35+ Stage Performances to Watch This Weekend December 11-13
By RAVEN SNOOK
Thursday, December 10, 2020  •  
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With in-person theatre out of commission for the foreseeable future, many companies and performers from Broadway and beyond are showcasing their work online. Below are performances you can watch Friday, December 11 to Sunday, December 13, for free or at low cost.

Friday, December 11

The Shows Must Go On!: Ruthless!
On Friday at 2 p.m. ET, The Shows Must Go On! presents Ruthless!, Joel Paley and Marvin Laird's campy chamber musical about an angel-faced little girl who'll do anything to become a star—literally. This production was recorded at London's Arts Theatre in 2018 and stars Anya Evans as the terrifying tyke, Jason Gardiner as her ambitious agent, Kim Maresca as her stage mom and Tracie Bennett as the theatre critic grandma. Watch for free until Sunday at 2 p.m. ET on YouTube.

Bristol Old Vic: The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk
On Friday at 2:30 p.m. ET, the UK's Bristol Old Vic presents Daniel Jamieson's The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, a play with music about the romance between fantastical painter Marc Chagall and his wife, Bella, who faced pogroms and the Russian Revolution as a young couple. The always innovative Emma Rice staged the show last week at the theatre with Marc Antolin and Audrey Brisson as the lovers, and a recording is available to watch for a week with proceeds going to various regional stages, including NYC's Skirball Center. Tickets are £16, approximately $21, and the recording is viewable until Saturday, December 18. Audio described and closed captioned versions are also available.

Virtual Halston: Julia Murney and Jennifer Cody
On Friday at 5 p.m. ET, funny lady Julie Halston welcomes two of her fellow Broadway scene-stealers: Julia Murney and Jennifer Cody. These women all know how to croon and crack wise. Watch for free on YouTube.

New York City Ballet: George Balanchine's The Nutcracker
On Friday at 7 p.m. ET, New York City Ballet presents The Nutcracker choreographed by George Balanchine. This legendary version of Tchaikovsky's Christmas ballet was recorded last year during its annual holiday engagement at Lincoln Center and stars NYCB principal dancers Maria Kowroski as the Sugarplum Fairy, Tyler Angle as her Cavalier and Megan Fairchild as Dewdrop. Tickets are $25 and the recording is viewable until Sunday, January 3, 2021.

Irish Repertory Theatre: Meet Me in St. Louis
On Friday at 7 p.m. ET, for the holidays, the intrepid Irish Rep presents Meet Me in St. Louis. Last seen at the theatre in 2007, this old-fashioned musical is based on the cherished MGM movie of the same name about the growing pains of the tight-knit Smith family as they contemplate major changes in life and love at the turn of the 20th century. Charlotte Moore, who appeared in the 1989 Broadway mounting of the show, directs a cast headlined by Tony nominees Melissa Errico and Max Von Essen, and the classic score includes "The Trolley Song" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." Reservations are required to receive the free viewing link but a $25 donation is suggested.

New York Live Arts: Raja Feather Kelly's Hysteria
On Friday at 7 p.m. ET, Raja Feather Kelly, a rising dance star who's worked on a succession of Off-Broadway hits, debuts his latest solo work Hysteria, which examines queer representation in pop culture through the eyes of an extraterrestrial. Filmed earlier this week at Chelsea's New York Live Arts, it's a hybrid of performance and installation. Tickets are $10.

Broadway's Great American Songbook: Robert Creighton
On Friday at 7 and 10 p.m. ET, The York Theatre Company continues its Broadway's Great American Songbook cabaret series with Robert Creighton. A quadruple threat, this Broadway vet not only acts, sings and dances, he's also a songwriter who cowrote the numbers for Cagney, his passion project about Hollywood icon James Cagney, in which he also starred. Expect tunes from that musical as well as personal favorites, plus a special guest appearance by his pal Richard Kind. Michael Feinstein hosts this intimate concert. Tickets are $20 but if you're a TDF member, log in to your account to purchase them at a discount.

The Metropolitan Opera: The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess
On Friday at 7:30 p.m. ET, the Metropolitan Opera presents James Robinson's lauded production of The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, which was recorded at the venue just a month before the shutdown. Eric Owens and Angel Blue star as the title couple trying to find happiness on Catfish Row, and the supporting cast includes Alfred Walker, Frederick Ballentine, Latonia Moore, Golda Schultz and Donovan Singletary. This is a breathtaking mounting of a classic, with a Tony-winning creative team and choreography by Camille A. Brown. Watch for free for 48 hours after the start time on the Metropolitan Opera's website. You can still stream yesterday's opera, The Exterminating Angel, until 6:30 p.m. ET today.

Who's Holiday!
On Friday at 8 p.m. ET, the divine Lesli Margherita stars as a middle-aged Cindy Lou Who in Matthew Lombardo's satirical skewering of Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! A hit Off Broadway in 2017, this solo comedy finds the little girl who melted the Grinch's heart all grown up and not doing well. As she prepares her Christmas Eve party in her trailer park, she lets loose with her raunchy and rhyming autobiography. Watch for free until Tuesday on Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS' YouTube channel though donations are encouraged.

Stars in the House: The Night Before Christmas With John Lithgow
On Friday at 8 p.m. ET, every holiday season, The Chelsea Symphony presents composer Aaron Dai's adaptation of Clement Clarke Moore's "The Night Before Christmas." This year the show goes online courtesy of Stars in the House, which will stream a performance featuring Tony winner John Lithgow reading the poem to musical accompaniment. Watch for free on YouTube.

New Works Virtual Festival: Now You See it, Now You Don't
On Friday at 8 p.m. ET, the ambitious New Works Virtual Festival presents 20 plays in 20 days, with a debut every evening at 8 p.m. ET through Christmas. Tonight is Mike Gingerella's Now You See it, Now You Don't, starring Broadway vets Connor Mills, Oliver Jones, Adrienne Walker, Anthony Crivello and Thom Sesma. Watch for free on YouTube.

Breathe. A Solo Experience
On Friday at 8 p.m. ET, screen actor Philicia Saunders (Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker) recounts her political awakening in this autobiographical solo show about how she became an activist under the wing of veteran community organizer Sweet Alice Harris. Roger Q. Mason directs the play, which is performed live from The Broadwater in Los Angeles. Tickets start at $5 and proceeds go to the nonprofits Parents of Watts and Community Coalition.

Saturday, December 12

Metropolitan Opera Stars Live in Concert: Bryn Terfel
On Saturday at 1 p.m. ET, the Metropolitan Opera continues its series of live recitals with beloved bass-baritone Bryn Terfel performing a holiday program from Brecon Cathedral in his native Wales. The song list includes Christmas carols and lieder, with accompaniment by harpist Hannah Stone, pianist Jeff Howard and the traditional Welsh folk group Calan. Tickets are $20 and a recording will be viewable until Saturday, December 26.

The Old Vic: A Christmas Carol
On Saturday at 2 p.m. ET, another Christmas Carol? Before you say, "Bah humbug," let me assure you, this is a magical mounting of Dickens' holiday redemption tale. Adapted by Tony-winning playwright Jack Thorne and staged by Tony-winning director Matthew Warchus, the show incorporates beautifully sung Christmas carols and insightful humor into the action. The production originated at London's Old Vic in 2017 and has been a holiday staple ever since—it even crossed the pond to play on Broadway last season. Walking Dead star Andrew Lincoln headlines this year's edition, which will be performed live on the Old Vic stage to an empty theatre and streamed to an at-home audience. Tickets start at £20, approximately $27 (though it's more expensive for this opening night performance). Closed captions and audio description are available.

Taylor Mac's Holiday Sauce... Pandemic!
On Saturday at 2, 7 and 10 p.m. ET, if you're in need of glitter, guffaws and radical joy, try playwright-performer Taylor Mac's live virtual edition of their annual seasonal extravaganza Holiday Sauce. The MacArthur "genius" and Pulitzer finalist (A 24-Decade History of Popular Music) blends music, film, burlesque and indescribable fabulousness for a jaw-dropping, NC-17-rated holiday revue. Backed by a full band, Mac will slay songs and welcome colorful special guests. The costumes alone—designed by Mac's longtime collaborator Machine Dazzle—are worth tuning in for. Tickets are pay-what-you-can. After the live-streams, a recording will be viewable until Saturday, January 2, 2021.

Broadway's Great American Songbook: Robert Creighton
On Saturday at 2:30 and 7 p.m. ET, The York Theatre Company continues its Broadway's Great American Songbook cabaret series with Robert Creighton. A quadruple threat, this Broadway vet not only acts, sings and dances, he's also a songwriter who cowrote the numbers for Cagney, his passion project about Hollywood icon James Cagney, in which he also starred. Expect tunes from that musical as well as personal favorites, plus a special guest appearance by his pal Richard Kind. Michael Feinstein hosts this intimate concert. Tickets are $20 but if you're a TDF member, log in to your account to purchase them at a discount.

Irish Repertory Theatre: Meet Me in St. Louis
On Saturday at 3 and 8 p.m. ET, for the holidays, the intrepid Irish Rep presents Meet Me in St. Louis. Last seen at the theatre in 2007, this old-fashioned musical is based on the cherished MGM movie of the same name about the growing pains of the tight-knit Smith family as they contemplate major changes in life and love at the turn of the 20th century. Charlotte Moore, who appeared in the 1989 Broadway mounting of the show, directs a cast headlined by Tony nominees Melissa Errico and Max Von Essen, and the classic score includes "The Trolley Song" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." Reservations are required to receive the free viewing link but a $25 donation is suggested.

Shoshana Bean: Sing Your Hallelujah!
On Saturday at 3 and 9 p.m. ET, Broadway leading lady Shoshana Bean, a former Elphaba in Wicked and Jenna in Waitress, shares seasonal songs and stories in a heartfelt holiday concert filmed earlier this month at Harlem's Apollo Theater. Some of her talented musical theatre pals join her for tunes and tales, including Jeremy Jordan, Daniel J. Watts and Gavin Creel. Tickets start at $30.

The Joyce: Pam Tanowitz Dance
On Saturday at 5 p.m. ET, contemporary dance favorite Pam Tanowitz Dance returns to The Joyce Theater for a live virtual performance featuring Gustave Le Gray, No. 2 and a brand-new site-specific work Finally Unfinished: Part 1, which takes place throughout the venue, not just on stage. Afterward, audiences are invited to engage in an interactive online segment, where they can click around and discover insights about Tanowitz's creative process. Tickets are $12 but if you're a TDF member, log in to your account to purchase them at a discount. A recording will be viewable until Saturday, December 26.

Breathe. A Solo Experience
On Saturday at 6:30 p.m. ET, screen actor Philicia Saunders (Star Wars: Episode IX - The Rise of Skywalker) recounts her political awakening in this autobiographical solo show about how she became an activist under the wing of veteran community organizer Sweet Alice Harris. Roger Q. Mason directs the play, which is performed live from The Broadwater in Los Angeles. Tickets start at $5 and proceeds go to the nonprofits Parents of Watts and Community Coalition.

Play-PerView: Cock
On Saturday at 7 p.m. ET, Play-PerView presents a live reading of Cock, Mike Bartlett's cheekily titled comedy about a gay man who takes a break from his boyfriend, falls for a woman and is forced to reassess his identity. This event reunites the cast of the play's 2012 Off-Broadway production, Jason Butler Harner, Amanda Quaid, Cory Michael Smith and Cotter Smith, with director James Macdonald. Tickets start at $5 and proceeds go to World Central Kitchen.

New York Live Arts: Raja Feather Kelly's Hysteria
On Saturday at 7 p.m. ET, Raja Feather Kelly, a rising dance star who's worked on a succession of Off-Broadway hits, debuts his latest solo work Hysteria, which examines queer representation in pop culture through the eyes of an extraterrestrial. Filmed earlier this week at Chelsea's New York Live Arts, it's a hybrid of performance and installation. Tickets are $10.

The Metropolitan Opera: Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny
On Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET, the Metropolitan Opera shares a gem from its vaults: John Dexter's thrilling staging of Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht's political satire about a logger (Richard Cassilly), who comes upon the city of Mahagonny, where almost anything goes. Teresa Stratas, Astrid Varnay and Cornell MacNeil costar in this 1979 production. Watch for free for 23 hours after the start time on the Metropolitan Opera's website. You can still stream yesterday's opera, Porgy and Bess, until 6:30 p.m. ET today.

An Evening with Kelli O'Hara
On Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, after a last-minute postponement last weekend, Connecticut's Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts finally presents Tony winner Kelli O'Hara in a live concert streamed to an at-home audience. In addition to performing numbers from her Broadway career, including leading roles in revivals of The King and I, Kiss Me, Kate and The Pajama Game, as well as new musicals The Bridges of Madison County and The Light in the Piazza, she will croon American Songbook favorites and holiday classics. A live Q&A follows the concert. Tickets are $20.

Feinstein's/54 Below: Broadway Princess Holiday
On Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, Laura Osnes, Susan Egan and Courtney Reed, aka Broadway's original Cinderella, Belle and Jasmine, revive their royal seasonal celebration at Feinstein's/54 Below. Recorded at the swanky cabaret space earlier this month, the concert features the leading ladies belting out a variety of holiday and musical theatre favorites, with a little help from their pals Benjamin Rauhala, Adam J. Levy and Aisha Jackson, who played Princess Anna in Frozen. Tickets are $25 and the recording is viewable until Saturday, December 26.

Stars in the House: Chicago Reunion
On Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, get ready for a bloody good time when Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley welcome some of Chicago's original merry murderesses: Denise Faye, Mamie Duncan-Gibbs, Mary Ann Lamb, Mindy Cooper Grenke, Bebe Neuwirth and Caitlin Carter, aka Pop, Six, Squish, Uh-Uh, Cicero and Lipschitz, plus Go-To-Hell-Kitty Leigh Zimmerman. You have it comin'! Watch for free on YouTube though donations to The Actors Fund are encouraged.

The Doo Wop Project: Live in Your Home for the Holidays
On Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, add some harmony to your holidays with The Doo Wop Project seasonal show. Featuring stars from Broadway's Jersey Boys, Motown: The Musical and A Bronx Tale, this one-night-only live-streamed concert will include classics such as The Drifters' "White Christmas" and The Temptations' "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," plus "doo-wopified" contemporary holiday hits. Tickets are $25 but if you're a TDF member, log in to your account to purchase them at a discount.

Colt Coeur: Holiday Craptacular: Let's Close Out 2020 for Good!
On Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, NYC's invaluable theatre company Colt Coeur kicks 2020 to the curb with a seasonal variety show hosted by comedians Sidikha Ashraf and Adam Harrington, and featuring performances by Sara Bareilles, Taye Diggs, Hamilton's Karla Puno Garcia and downtown diva Jo Lampert. Register to receive the free viewing link though donations are encouraged. A recording is viewable until Thursday, December 31.

New Works Virtual Festival: A Mighty Road to Heaven
On Saturday at 8 p.m. ET, the ambitious New Works Virtual Festival presents 20 plays in 20 days, with a debut every evening at 8 p.m. ET through Christmas. Tonight is André M. Zucker's A Mighty Road to Heaven based on the backstage drama at an infamous 1859 mounting of Hamlet. The all-star cast includes Hamilton's Miguel Cervantes, Tony winner Shuler Hensley, Tony nominees Marc Kudisch and Richard Kind. Watch for free on YouTube.

Sunday, December 13

Irish Repertory Theatre: Meet Me in St. Louis
On Sunday at 2 and 7 p.m. ET, for the holidays, the intrepid Irish Rep presents Meet Me in St. Louis. Last seen at the theatre in 2007, this old-fashioned musical is based on the cherished MGM movie of the same name about the growing pains of the tight-knit Smith family as they contemplate major changes in life and love at the turn of the 20th century. Charlotte Moore, who appeared in the 1989 Broadway mounting of the show, directs a cast headlined by Tony nominees Melissa Errico and Max Von Essen, and the classic score includes "The Trolley Song" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas." Reservations are required to receive the free viewing link but a $25 donation is suggested.

MCC Theater: School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play Benefit Reading
On Sunday at 3 p.m. ET, Tony winner Cynthia Erivo headlines MCC Theater's benefit reading of Jocelyn Bioh's School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play, about how the arrival of an American student at Ghana's most exclusive boarding school upends the pecking order. While it starts out as a fierce comedy about teenage rivalry, it ends up examining some very serious issues, especially colorism. The play was a big hit for MCC, with two separate Off-Broadway runs. Kamilah Forbes directs this virtual event, and Lovie Simone, Gabourey Sidibe, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Ashleigh Murray, Storm Reid and Lyric Ross costar. Tickets start at $30 but if you're a TDF member, log in to your account to purchase them at a discount.

Broadway Inspirational Voices: A Season of Hope and Inspiration Virtual Holiday Concert
On Sunday at 7 p.m. ET, Michael McElroy's Broadway Inspirational Voices, a diverse choir of Broadway performers who lift souls through song, presents a holiday concert featuring seasonal tunes and original numbers. Tony winners Patti LuPone, Billy Porter and Leslie Odom, Jr. are just a handful of stars scheduled to join them in making a joyful noise. Tickets are required to receive the free viewing link.

The Metropolitan Opera: The Ghosts of Versailles
On Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET, the Metropolitan Opera continues its week of politically minded productions with a gem from its vaults: John Corigliano's The Ghosts of Versailles, an offshoot of the Figaro operas by Rossini and Mozart. Commissioned by the Met to celebrate its 100th anniversary season in 1992, this production centers on Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais (Håkan Hagegård), the real-life creator of Figaro, as he tries to stop Marie Antoinette (Teresa Stratas) from being executed. Gino Quilico, Graham Clark, Marilyn Horne and Renée Fleming costar. Watch for free for 23 hours after the start time on the Metropolitan Opera's website. You can still stream yesterday's opera, Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, until 6:30 p.m. ET today.

Jagged Live in NYC: A Broadway Reunion Concert
On Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, you oughta know that the stars of last season's most Tony-nominated musical, Jagged Little Pill, are reuniting for a live concert streamed from Shubert Studios in Manhattan. Celia Rose Gooding, Lauren Patten, Elizabeth Stanley, Derek Klena, Sean Allan Krill, Kathryn Gallagher and Antonio Cipriano will perform some Alanis Morissette songs from the show, which is inspired by the rocker's album of the same name, and director Diane Paulus and book writer Diablo Cody have penned a special script that provides context for the numbers. This is the closest you'll get to seeing the show live on Broadway until 2021! Tickets are $33 and a portion of the proceeds benefits nonprofit stages across the country. A recording will be viewable until Tuesday. Closed captions are available.

The Seth Concert Series: James Monroe Iglehart
On Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, apparently, hosting a daily online talk show and a Sirius XM Satellite Radio series isn't enough for the multitalented Seth Rudetsky. Well-known for his skills as a pianist, music director and interviewer, he's hosted a series of intimate live concerts with Broadway stars for the past decade. This year he brings the show online, and tonight's headliner is James Monroe Iglehart. A Tony winner for Aladdin, the Broadway vet can sing, dance, act and do cartwheels. But he's also a riotous rapper, as evidenced by his turns in Hamilton and as a member of the hip-hop improv troupe Freestyle Love Supreme. Tickets are $25.

New Works Virtual Festival: When Are You Leaving?
On Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, the ambitious New Works Virtual Festival presents 20 plays in 20 days, with a debut every evening at 8 p.m. ET through Christmas. Tonight is Sheila Rinear's dark comedy When Are You Leaving?, about a dysfunctional family's explosive Fourth of July gathering. Tony winner Tonya Pinkins, stage and screen legend Marsha Mason, Joely Fisher, Megan Cavanagh, Adam Jacobs and Samantha Massell star. Watch for free on YouTube.

All Weekend

New York City Center: An Evening with Audra McDonald
Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald performs a benefit concert for New York City Center. Filmed on the venue's stage (McDonald's first time upon it, shockingly!), the 75-minute program showcases her jaw-dropping vocal range as she croons American Songbook standards, Broadway classics and lesser-known gems, such as Frank Loesser's tongue twister "Can't Stop Talking About Him" from the 1950 movie Let's Dance. Her longtime collaborator, Andy Einhorn, accompanies her on piano and Michael Urie serves as host. Tickets are $35 and the recording is viewable until Wednesday.

Broadway's Best Shows: Barbecue
Broadway's Best Shows continues its virtual season with Barbecue, Robert O'Hara's outrageous dark comedy about a dysfunctional family staging an inept intervention at a BBQ. The play was a hit at The Public Theater back in 2015, and O'Hara himself directs this virtual production starring Laurie Metcalf, Colman Domingo, S. Epatha Merkerson, Carrie Coon, David Morse, Kristine Nielsen, Tamberla Perry, Kimberly Hebert Gregory, Heather Simms and Annie McNamara. Tickets start at $5 and proceeds go to The Actors Fund. The recording will remain viewable until Monday at 8 p.m. ET.

Classical Theatre of Harlem: A Christmas Carol in Harlem
While there's a cornucopia of Christmas Carols streaming this season, the Classical Theatre of Harlem's version offers a modern-day, gospel-infused spin on Charles Dickens' holiday redemption tale. Recorded at Aaron Davis Hall last year, the show cleverly examines the ramifications of gentrification, making the story feel more urgent and poignant than ever. Watch for free until Sunday, January 3, 2021 on the theatre's website though donations are encouraged.

Williamstown Theatre Festival: A Streetcar Named Desire
Although the celebrated Williamstown Theatre Festival had to cancel its in-person summer season, some of the scheduled productions were reimagined and recorded as audio plays, a genre that has exploded during the pandemic. The first release is an audio mounting of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire starring Audra McDonald as the fragile Blanche DuBois, Carla Gugino as her sister, Stella, and Ariel Shafir as Stanley Kowalski, the man who shatters their lives. Tony nominee Robert O'Hara directs. The recording costs $8.

JoyceStream
Chelsea dance haven The Joyce Theater continues its virtual season with five eclectic recordings available for four weeks: STREB's Massive Rotations; a program of short works by the Native American troupe Indigenous Enterprise; excerpts from Vanessa Sanchez & La Mezcla's tap piece Pachuquísmo; fabulous drag dance troupe Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo in Paquita; and a triple bill from Rennie Harris Puremovement. Watch for free until Sunday, January 3, 2021 on The Joyce's website.

92nd Street Y: Lyrics & Lyricists: Jule Styne and His Many Lyricists: Distant Memory
The 92nd Street Y's popular Lyrics & Lyricists concert series continues with a program dedicated to the prolific Jule Styne, who wrote more than 1.500 songs with dozens of lyricists. Gypsy, Funny Girl and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes are just a few of the musicals he created with collaborators such as Stephen Sondheim, Bob Merrill and Leo Robin. Musical theatre vets Farah Alvin, Allison Blackwell, Nikki Renée Daniels, Jeff Kready, Julia Murney, Zachary Noah Piser, Zachary Prince, Pearl Sun and Mariand Torres croon a wide array of his tunes. Tickets are $15 and the recording remains available through Thursday, December 31.

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater: Celebrating Glenn Allen Sims and Linda Celeste Sims
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's salutes retiring husband-and-wife dancers Glenn Allen Sims and Linda Celeste Sims, who've both been performing with the company for more than two decades. The tribute includes clips of the duo dancing in Love Songs, Memoria, Night Creature, Polish Pieces, Revelations and The Winter in Lisbon, as well as a conversation with choreographer Ronald K. Brown. Watch for free until Wednesday on Ailey's website though donations are encouraged.

Netflix: Giving Voice
If you subscribe to Netflix and love playwright August Wilson, check out the brand-new documentary Giving Voice, which profiles six student actors participating in the prestigious August Wilson Monologue Competition. The annual contest culminates in a final round on Broadway, and famous Wilson interpreters Viola Davis, Denzel Washington and Stephen Henderson also weigh in on his lyrical words. Free to stream for Netflix subscribers.

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

Top image: Taylor Mac in the 2018 edition of Holiday Sauce. Photo by Sarah Walker.




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