Explore theatre productions made available online by performing arts centres and artists from around the world including works by Queensland Theatre, Deafinitely Theatre, National Theatre and many more.
The ground-breaking company Deafinitely Theatre have launched a season of their work, performed in British Sign Language and spoken English. Each play will be available for free for one month on their YouTube channel.
National Theatre Live is the National Theatre’s (UK) project to broadcast world-class theatre. A range of plays is available for free on YouTube.
Malthouse Theatre is presenting, The Lockdown Monologues, a three-part series of live online performances on the experience of living through COVID-19 in Australia. You can register to receive the streaming links.
Open Clasp is a women’s theatre company aiming to “change the world, one play at a time”. Their work, Key Change, is a fantastic introduction to their consistently impressive work with women who are on the margins of society.
Queensland Theatre is presenting a digital program called Quality Time with QT featuring live-streamed play readings of Australian work over Zoom, conversations with creatives and practical production tutorials.
Shakespeare’s Globe in London has a range of free content as well as full length theatre productions (paid content) available to stream.
Sirius XM host Seth Rudetsky and his husband, James Wesley, are producing a daily online mini-show called Stars in the House with actors performing from home, to raise money for the Actors Fund.
State Theatre Company of South Australia is featuring interviews, tutorials, recordings and stories in their Stay in with State program.
Record one minute of a Shakespeare play and Sofa Shakespeare will put it together into a YouTube video.