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Virtual Broadway

April 03, 2020
By Joseph Fruscione, Communications and Advancement Associate

Whether you need to liven up your queue or want to take a virtual trip to Broadway over spring break, Siena's Performing Arts teacher Stephanie Wendell recommends these must-sees currently available online through Broadway HD (free content for a week then a monthly subscription is available):

  • Swan Lake
  • She Loves Me
  • Stars In Concert: Sutton Foster
  • An American in Paris
  • 42nd Street
  • Memphis (recommended for high school and up)
  • Putting It Together
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  • Gypsy (with Bette Midler)
  • Peter Pan

 
Ms. Wendell suggests these other performances and sites for more virtual Broadway options:

  • Hamilton: One Shot to Broadway (Amazon Prime)
  • Newsies: The Broadway Musical (Disney+, Amazon Prime)
  • Ballet Now (Hulu) (Note: one scene has adult language, might only be appropriate for high school and up.)
  • Alvin Ailey's Revelations (YouTube channel) and Alvin Ailey All Access are posting their most famous works for free!

Watching some of these with the family—and maybe encouraging the kids to reenact scenes or learn to sing and play their favorite songs—could be a musical way to spend some time over spring break

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