The Theatre Times OITF: The International Online Theatre Festival runs from 15 April to 15 May.

For details of other streaming productions available during late April and early May – including opera, musicals, new writing, fringe and commercial works from countries including Chile, the USA, Poland, France, Germany and the UK – here are a few options that The Theatre Times team have put together.

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Much Ado About Nothing, American Shakespeare Centre

Actor’s Theatre Streaming Event

Teenage Dick, Theatre Wit

These Mortal Hosts, Williamston Theatre

The Mother of Us All, The Met

Much Ado About Nothing, The Public Theatre   (note this production is not available outside the USA)

Nightly Met Opera Streams

Gloria and Toni Stone, American Conservatory Theatre

On the Boards TV

Andy’s House of [ ], Know Theatre Cinncinati



Cybertank, The Tank NYC

Stayhouse, Geffen

2666, Goodman Theatre

American Mariachi, The Dallas Theatre Center

Sexy Baby, Hell in a Handbag

The Infinite Wrench Goes Viral, The Neo-Futurists Theatre

FEAST, The Albany Park Theatre Project

Connective Theatre Company

Dance Center of Columbia College

Wrocławski Teatr Pantomimy

Teatr Słowackiego w Krakowie

Teatr Pijana Sypialnia

Teatr Modrzejewskiej w Legnicy

Only the Brave, Soho Theatre

Isabella’s Room, Needcompany

The Winter’s Tale, Cheek by Jowl

Cyprus Avenue, Royal Court (available until 26 April)

Amsterdam, by Maya Arad Yasur, ATC/Orange Tree Theatre London (until 27 April)

Since U been Gone, Edinburgh Fringe

Girls Like That, Synergy Theatre Project

5 Soldiers, Rosie Kay Dance Company

The Murderer, Clown Funeral

The Bonfire, Signal

Timpson: The Musical, Gigglemug Comedy

Five Encounters on a Site Called Craigslist, YESYESNONO

Cookies, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Le Jardin, Le Salon, Le Sous Sol, Peeping Tom


What I Heard About the World, Third Angel

Argentine theatre and music, productions shift daily


Ongoing: Video Portraits: Viewing Room


Rent is Missing

The Messiah (directed by Robert Wilson)

Here I belong, Pentabus

Jane Eyre, National Theatre (from 19 to 16 April)
Treasure Island, National Theatre (from 16 to 23 April)
Drawing the Line, Hampstead (from 13 to 21 April)


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