Fifteen acclaimed musicals and plays to be streamed between January and February

The online venue Stream.Theatre is currently offering stage performances to be watched from audiences’ homes. Starting this week with acclaimed political dramas and children pantos, the platform will offer a great variety of shows – including well-renowned classics such as Anna Karenina and world premieres like The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.

Life is a paradox – and so must be art. Sometimes we love what we should hate and laugh at what should make us sad. And in a similar fascinating way, despite fate’s efforts to estrange us from the mystique of the stage, theatre has never been so accesible to anyone. Starting this very week, the online venue Stream.Theatre is offering a wide range of live performances to be enjoyed from your very own house. Celebrating both drama and musical theatre, the platform will stream productions for all kinds of audiences – even including some world premieres.

John Moore’s Waiting for Obama opens the season with its exploration of American politics. Available until January 17th, it will be followed by the celebrated production of Kennedy: Bobby’s Last Crusade. But drama is not only about Governments (although it may seem so sometimes), and that will be proven by Philip Ridley’s The Poltergeist, a new dark comedy play described as a journey through “art, family, memory, and being haunted by the life we never lived”. Children will not be left out either, thanks to Potted Panto – a combination of 7 different pantomimes starring Olivier Award-nominees Dan and Jeff. Other titles include The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (world premiere), Terence Rattigan’s All On Her Own – as well as Frank Wildhorn’s Xcalibur and Moscow Peretta Theatre’s breathtaking production of Anna Karenina.

Stream.Theatre allows all kinds of live events to be streamed with the highest possible quality – no matter the scale. Defining themselves as “the world’s stage”, it allows audience members to browse shows, buy tickets and watch live performances. It’s also a helpful tool for producers – offering, apart from content broadcasting possibilities,  ticketing and box office solutions, full-service video capture and a range of transmission options.

You can check all of Stream.Theatre‘s offer on the following link.

By Guillermo Názara

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