Just because you can’t leave the house doesn’t mean that entertainment stops. There are opportunities to experience Broadway, the Metropolitan Opera, Disney and more.

15 Broadway Plays and Musicals You Can Watch On Stage From Home

Playbill has compiled a list of Broadway plays and musicals that are available to stream at home through Amazon Prime, Netflix and other streaming services.

26 More On Stage Plays and Musicals to Watch From Your Couch

Playbill released a list of MORE Broadway plays and musicals that are streaming live.

Disney Virtual Rides

While Disney World and Disneyland are closed, take your kids on virtual rides. With a quick visit to YouTube, you and your kids can be momentarily transported to Orlando or Anaheim.

Live Virtual Concerts To Watch During The Coronavirus Shutdown

Each day, NPR Music is updating a list of live audio and video streams from around the world.

Metropolitan Opera

The Metropolitan Opera is providing some “grand opera solace” while everyone is stuck at home during the outreach. Performances will be streamed each night for the duration of the Opera’s closure. Check out the website for the schedule.*

Netflix Watch Parties

Thanks to a Google Chrome extension called Netflix Party, groups of friends can get together virtually and watch their favorite Netflix titles on their computers at the same time. The extension also comes with a chat room, so you can share your reactions to the programs as you watch.*

SkyRise Theater

SkyRise Theater in Massachusetts is hosting daily online events with special guests such as Olaf, Batman and Moana. Check their Facebook page for a schedule.*

The Shows Must Go On!

A new YouTube channel has launched, called The Shows Must Go On! Each week, a new musical will be released and streamed live on the channel. It will remain available for 48 hours.*

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*denotes resources that are specific to the outbreak and may not be available when the crisis is over.