Below are just some of the digital offerings this weekend. For more, check out Playbill’s Streaming Calendar, presented in partnership with Broadway Podcast Network.
Friday, February 19
This weekly concert series from Broadway for Racial Justice is presented every Friday throughout February. Revival Set 3 features performances from Aaron Harrington, Jhardon Dishon Milton, and Kayla Davion.
8 PM: Playbill Social Selects' The ShowBiz Quiz
Challenge yourself with The ShowBiz Quiz, where Broadway and trivia combine into the most feverous fun online. Play seven rounds of trivia, with prizes and surprises around each corner.
8 PM: BPN Presents Black Girl Magic!
Brittney Johnson (Wicked) and Ashley De La Rosa (Mean Girls) join host Salisha Thomas (Beautiful) on her podcast Black Hair in the Big League for this special Broadway Podcast Network live event celebrating Black Girl Magic.
8:30 PM: Fortunate Sons by Paul Williams
A new musical, with a score by Oscar and Grammy winner Paul Williams and a book by Eric R. Cohen and Marc Madnick, gets its first staged concert reading from Milwaukee's Skylight Music Theatre, live streaming February 19 and 20.
Saturday, February 20
Freestyle Love Supreme Academy continues the series of weekend workshops for ages 7-17 years old combining a variety of lessons with hip hop music, improv, teamwork, and creative assignments. Hip Hop Homeroom: HERstory is a two-day exploration and celebration of women abolitionists, suffragettes, and voting.
Sunday, February 21
Directed by Golden Globe winner Marsha Mason, this radio play by New Dramistists playwright Daniel Reitz stars Emmy nominee Jane Kaczmarek as a single mother and Will Dagger as her adult son with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
8 PM: Broadway Baby Reading
A virtual reading of the illustrated children’s book Broadway Baby, written by theatre operator and producer Russell Miller with Judith A. Proffer, featuring Gloria Estefan, Santino Fontana (Tootsie), Caitlin Kinnunen (The Prom), Laura Osnes (Cinderella), Adam Pascal (Rent), and more.
More Streaming Options
- Michael Urie, Ann Harada, Colby Lewis, and Constance Shulman star in the new comedy Smithtown by Drew Larimore for The Studios of Key West. After the premiere, the production will be available on demand through Saturday, February 27.
- Two-time Olivier winner Janie Dee plays Rosemary Hodge in a new digital production of Terence Rattigan's solo show All On Her Own, directed by Alastair Knights. Available from Stream.Theatre February 16–21. Check schedule for specific streaming times.
- An encore presentation of the Primary Stages production of Charlayne Woodard's auto-biographical play The Night Watcher is available for streaming on demand February 17–28.