Jeremy Wein of Play-per-view recently spoke about live streamed plays on the Three on the Aisle podcast. He pointed out that some theaters are treating these plays like a stop gap while others see it as an ongoing new method of programing.https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/three-on-the-aisle/e/69715037?autoplay=trueI'm watching a lot of live streamed plays but still feel like I'm missing some interesting ones. I thought I'd start make a post to compile some channels and invite others to add to it.The Actors Fund: Hosting live streamed play readings through Broadway.com, Playbill.com and their own site. Several of these can only be watched live. They vanish afterwards.https://www.youtube.com/user/actorsfundorgNational Theater: Broadcasting previously filmed plays. Keeps them up for a week.https://www.youtube.com/user/ntdiscovertheatrePlay Per View: Their readings will be available for purchase.https://www.play-perview.com/Stars In The House. Seth Rudetsky is hosting daily interviews and weekly play readings with Broadway stars.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzQxZX9II3m0YaF7Kvt1FjA/videos Stratford Festival: Similar set up to the National Theaterhttps://www.youtube.com/user/stratfordfestival/videosOthers?
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