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The soprano sings Bess opposite Eric Owens in the July 17 PBS broadcast of the opera, part of the Great Performances at the Met series.
The live stream benefits The Actors Fund.
The free virtual series features five short plays in five days.
Based on the novel by José Saramago, Blindness is adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Walter Meierjohann.
The free series will launch July 20.
The streaming event, benefiting The Ali Forney Center, is written and hosted by Justin Sayre.
The virtual presentation of the concert, filmed in 2009 at Broadway's Minskoff Theatre, benefited Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Andréa Burns guest hosts the live stream.
The new recording is produced and co-arranged by Sonny Paladino and Ari Groover.
Brandon Scott and Courtney Sauls will host the virtual play festival to amplify Black voices in the theatre.
Plays in the House Teen Edition is a spinoff of Stars in the House, the daily series created by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley.
With a book and score by Paul Gordon, the musical film premieres as part of the Playbill Playback series.
Proceeds from the live stream will benefit the Nebraska theatre company.
Frank Wildhorn and 60+ Members of the Worldwide Wildhorn Family of
Singers, Musicians, and More
World Premiere Video of
Simultaneously Across The Globe
The video aims to raise support for The World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
Lincoln Center's Broadway Fridays series, featuring past theatrical broadcasts, launched June 19 with Act One.
Robert Klein hosts the 30-minute program, which will raise funds for New Yorkers affected by the pandemic.
"The truth may be painful at times, but it will set you free. And anything that sets you free cannot be negative."
The concert, filmed in 2009 at Broadway's Minskoff Theatre, streams on Playbill to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
Efforts include Arts Across America, #BlackCultureMatters, and The Cartography Project.
The broadcasts are part of Great Performances' Broadway at Home series.
The evening also features a conversation between the Broadway actor and Producing Artistic Director Lauren Kennedy Brady.
The video, featuring Chicago natives and stars who got their starts in the Windy City, benefits the Arts for Illinois Relief Fund.
The 22nd installment of Broadway Barks, the pet adoption event founded by Bernadette Peters and the late Mary Tyler Moore, will be held online.
The Oscar-winning song is featured in the screen-to-stage musical adaptation, currently on hiatus due to the ongoing pandemic.
Michael Fentiman will direct the short play for the U.K.'s Original Theatre Company.