03 Apr 2020

Andrew Lloyd Webber Fridays

Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber is opening up his vault. And there is some serious treasure inside. . . In a new online series entitled The Shows Must Go On, we’ll see a different, full ALW musical each Friday.  First up: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat starring Donny Osmond. And it

31 Mar 2020

Let’s Go To Disneyland Paris

Getting a little squirrelly in the house? Wistful about cancelled Spring Break plans? Disneyland Paris offers distraction with come-along videos of their rides and best seat in the house views of their parades and shows. You get the experience of walking in and seeing the lines, but these ones move

28 Mar 2020

Rodgers + Hammerstein Live

The Sound of Music, Oklahoma, Carousal, South Pacific, The King and I… Composer Richard Rodgers (1902-79) and dramatist/lyricist Oscar Hammerstein (1895-1960) were the brilliant minds behind the songs and shows that continue to fill our heads and stages today. The industry powers-that-be came in convinced that Rodgers and Hammerstein could

20 Mar 2020

Jazz @ Lincoln Centre Live

‘The mission of Jazz at Lincoln Center,’ we read, ‘is to entertain, enrich and expand a global community for jazz through performance, education, and advocacy. We believe jazz is a metaphor for Democracy. Because jazz is improvisational, it celebrates personal freedom and encourages individual expression. Because jazz is swinging, it

20 Mar 2020

Cayman Reef Cam

When it comes to artful beauty, Nature is Queen. Whether you’re looking for inspiration or relaxation, Explore Live Cams has collected live feeds from birds in the sky through animals on land and fish underwater. Here’s a particularly beautiful feed – with colourful visuals and soothing sounds – from East

17 Mar 2020

Met Opera Nightly Streams

‘Puccini’s timeless story of love among young artists in Paris can stake its claim as the world’s most popular opera. With all the joy and sadness of romance, with comedy and tragedy, with scenes ranging from the intimate to the grand, La Bohème depicts the full scope of human experience: wealth

17 Mar 2020

Broadway Living Room Concerts

With Broadway dark, performers are taking to their living rooms to offer excerpts from their currently-shuttered shows. The Daily Living Room Concerts so far include performances from Jagged Little Pill, Dear Evan Hansen, Hello Dolly, and Orfeh and Andy Karl singing ‘Rodeo Drive’ from the Pretty Woman musical, with music

13 Mar 2020

Virtual Museum Tours For The Socially Distanced

March came in like a lion. As COVID-19 claws its way through cities, more people find themselves in or on the edge of lockdown. For those who tire of the same old walls, dream of cancelled trips, or ache for a visual break from virtual work, several museums offer online

03 Mar 2020

Yayoi Kusama: Cosmic Nature

Year after year, Yayoi Kusama creates striking installations in museums across the world. Be it powered by light, crawling up tentacles, or bedecking shirt to shoes, one shape screams Kusama: the polka dot. ‘My life,” Kusama says, ‘is a dot lost among thousands of other dots.’ This year, as Kusama

28 Feb 2020

Castles, Wisteria + Sunshine In Portofino

‘It began in a woman’s club in London on a February afternoon – an uncomfortable club, and a miserable afternoon – when Mrs Wilkins, who had come from from Hampstead to shop and had lunched at her club, took up The Times from the table in the smoking room, and