COVID-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources

The National Theatre at Home

Each week the National Theatre makes one of their world-renowned productions available for streaming- from Shakespeare to Sondheim there’s sure to be something for everyone!

The Globe

See Shakespeare on his own stage with weekly streamed performances from the Globe!

American Shakespeare Center

Every summer the Shakespeare Troupe travels to Staunton Virginia to perform and to see a play at the magnificent Backfriars Playhouse and now you can too!

Shakespeare in the Parks: Much Ado About Nothing

Shakespeare in the Park was founded in 1954 as a way to make theatre more accessible to a broader audience, check out this awesome production from Summer 2019!

Folger Audio Editions

Shakespeare’s audiences came to hear a play as much as see it. Immerse yourself in the Bards best language with the Folger’s Audio Editions of some of the Bard’s greatest works!

Play at Home

An awesome library of short plays all created by artists in quarantine.

The Haiku Plays

Playwright James Ijames wrote a series of three line hiku plays throughout the first month of quarantine.

Playwrighting Masterclass with Lauren Gunderson

Lauren Gunderson is America’s most produced living playwright. This master class will walk you through the fundamentals of structure, character and theatricality. There’s even a special class just for teens!

GISH at Home

Join a fun one-day-only photo scavenger hunt and put your creativity to the test!