Schedule of Upcoming and Current Free Live Stream Broadcasts | Playbill

Film & TV News Schedule of Upcoming and Current Free Live Stream Broadcasts

Your guide to where and when to watch captures of live plays and musicals.

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The following is a list of current and upcoming free live streams of stage productions.

Anything Goes
Through January 31
PBS.org
Sutton Foster stars as Reno Sweeney in P.G. Wodehouse and Cole Porter’s golden age musical. Filmed in 2021 at the Barbican Theatre in London.

Richard III
May 19

PBS.org

Danai Gurira stars in the title role of the Shakespeare play, directed by Robert O’Hara. Filmed in 2022 at the Delacorte Theater in New York.

Border Tales
The Shows Must Go On YouTube Channel
A commentary on multicultural Britain seen through the eyes of an international cast, told through dance, live music, and dialogue compiled from the performers’ personal experiences. Filmed in 2017 at The Place in London.

Hamlet
AllArts.org

Maxine Peake stars in the title role of the Shakespeare play, directed by Sarah Frankcom. Filmed in 2014 at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.

King Lear
AllArts.org

James Earl Jones stars in the title role of the Shakespeare play, opposite a cast that includes Lee Chamberlin, Raul Julia, Rosalind Cash, and Paul Sorvino. Filmed in 1974 at the Delacorte Theater in New York.

A Midsummer Night's Dream
AllArts.org

Julie Taymor directs a cast including David Harewood, Kathryn Hunter, Tina Benko, and Max Casella in the Shakespeare comedy. Filmed in 2014 at Theatre for a New Audience in Brooklyn.

Until the Flood
AllArts.org
Dael Orlandersmith performs her play based on interviews she conducted with the residents of Ferguson, Missouri, in the months following the shooting of Michael Brown. Filmed Off-Broadway at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in 2018.

 
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