GPLD CONNECTS ARTS
"Hairspray" alumni from numerous productions, along with other professional theater, film and television performers, come together for a joyous celebration of song and dance in “You Can’t Stop The Beat!”
Sir Patrick Stewart reads Sonnet 41: "Those pretty wrongs that liberty commits" by William Shakespeare.
Enjoy this “Live From Lincoln Center” rebroadcast of George Balanchine’s “A Midsummer Night's Dream,” performed by New York City Ballet.
Enjoy listening to Sarah Brightman (Christine) and Antonio Banderas (Phantom) duet in this rendition the titular number from Andrew Lloyd Webber's “Phantom of The Opera.”
Elaine Paige pulls at the heart strings as Grizabella the Glamour Cat and the show-stopping hit “Memory” from “Cats The Musical.”
We’ll enjoy listening to three of Shakespeare's iconic speeches from members of Shakespeare’s Globe from their place of quarantine: "As You Like It," "Hamlet," and "The Tempest."
Enjoy Lin-Manuel Miranda and Emily Blunt singing classics from 22 musicals, ranging from "Evita" to "The Wizard of Oz."
Enjoy listening to Ben Lewis as he performs the heart-wrenching opening number “Til I Hear You Sing” from Andrew Lloyd Weber’s “Love Never Dies.”
Chicago Shakespeare Founder and Artistic Director Barbara Gaines recites Sonnet 29.
Enjoy a performance of The Sleeping Beauty performed by The Royal Ballet featuring First Soloist of The Royal Ballet Fumi Kaneko as Princess Aurora.
Miss Ginny shares her favorite poem with us as part of National Poetry Month – although every day is a little brighter with some poetry!
Enjoy a performance of the titular song from “Phantom of the Opera,” performed at the Royal Albert Hall in 2011 to commemorate the musical’s 25th Anniversary.
Take a break to enjoy "Romeo and Juliet – Dance of the Knights" (The Royal Ballet) from the Royal Opera House.
Enjoy this ballet "The Caterpillar" from "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," performed by London’s Royal Opera House.
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra’s Principal Oboist Nathan Hughes serenades Lincoln Center Plaza with the famous oboe solo from “Aida.”
Join us now for a riveting live-stream conversation with #1 New York Times bestselling author Madeline Miller and scholar Helen Morales as they discuss "Circe" and the subversive power of the Ancient Myths.
Enjoy listening to Shakespeare’s Sonnet 18 in English and Spanish, courtesy of Lillian Castillo of Chicago Shakespeare.
"Some Good News with John Krasinski" features a reunion and virtual performance from the original "Hamilton" cast!
Get comfortable and enjoy watching The Royal Ballet and The Royal Ballet School perform Matthew Hart's Peter and the Wolf.