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Top 5 Stage Performances to Stream This Weekend March 8-10

By: Raven Snook
Date: Mar 05, 2024


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Even though in-person theatre and dance are back in full swing, in the name of accessibility we're continuing to round up performances to watch online from the comfort of home. Our carefully curated list spotlights the five best options to stream this weekend, Friday, March 8 to Sunday, March 10, for free or at low cost.

Daylight saving time begins on Sunday, so remember to turn clocks forward one hour!

Live from 54 Below: Christine Andreas: Paris to Broadway

Live-streaming Saturday, March 9 at 7 p.m. ET for $28.50
Two-time Tony nominee Christine Andreas (Oklahoma!, On Your Toes) takes audiences on a musical journey from the Great White Way to the City of Light in her cabaret show Paris to Broadway. Her husband, celebrated musical director Martin Silvestri, accompanies her shimmering soprano as she performs songs by Édith Piaf, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and other icons. Streaming live from 54 Below's swanky stage. If you prefer to attend in person, click here for info.


Company One Theatre: The Interrobangers

Streaming through Friday, March 15 for FREE though donations are encouraged.

A queer coming-of-age comedy by M Sloth Levine, The Interrobangers centers on a quartet of cool teens and a canine trying to figure out what's lurking deep in the woods of Foggy Bluffs. But to solve the mystery, some skeletons are going to come out of the closet. Boston's Company One Theatre is streaming a recording of its recently in-person production.


The Huntington: John Proctor Is the Villain

Streaming for $30 and up until Sunday, March 24.

Boston's Huntington Theatre is currently presenting an acclaimed in-person production of Kimberly Belflower's John Proctor Is the Villain, but you can also stream a recording at home. This modern-day response to The Crucible takes place at a rural Georgia high school where students are reading Arthur Miller's play while navigating the trials and tribulations of adolescence. As discussions swirl, the young women in the class start feeling empowered to speak their minds in this touching and bitingly funny new dramedy.


Most Likely Not To

Streaming throughout March for FREE.

The hilarious Shannon DeVido, who stole the show in Teenage Dick at The Public Theater a few years back, headlines Most Likely Not To, a new musical comedy centering artists with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) and exploring the challenges they face in an ableist society. Presented by Genentech as part of the SMA My Way program, the show follows a fashion designer who navigates a meet-cute, an awkward high school reunion and a run-in with the airline industry while traveling cross-country with her wheelchair.


I Will Eat You Alive

Streaming throughout March for $20
Katie Hileman wrote and directs I Will Eat You Alive about a dinner party hosted by three plus-size gals marking one's decision to lose weight. An examination of diet culture and fatphobia, the play was inspired by interviews with self-identified fat folks. Recorded live on stage at The Voxel in Baltimore.


Raven Snook is the Editor of TDF Stages. Follow her on Facebook at @Raven.Snook. Follow TDF on Facebook at @TDFNYC.