Bay Street Theater’s catalogue of virtual performances and productions is now available for on-demand streaming at baystreet.org. Tickets are on sale for recent productions including the “Season For Joy” holiday concert with Melissa Errico, “A Christmas Carol” starring Jefferson Mays, the “Christmastime Is Here” holiday concert with Norm Lewis, and the Literature Live! adaptation of “Moby Dick.” Bay Street’s on-demand rentals are good for a 24-hour period.
In “Season For Joy,” Tony Award-nominee Melissa Errico, star of Broadway’s “White Christmas” takes the stage at Bay Street Theater to deliver an evening of holiday songs that will are joyful and diverse as well as touching and emotional. Joined by Brazilian opera star and Tony Award-winner Paulo Szot, and accompanied by acclaimed jazz pianist Tedd Firth, Errico sings and swings her way through holiday classics, Christmas favorites, and great American standards, including several songs with special lyrics by author and New Yorker contributor Adam Gopnik. Tickets are $25 and will be available for on-demand streaming through December 31.
“A Christmas Carol” tells the timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge with Tony Award-winner Jefferson Mays playing over 50 roles in a virtuosic performance. The production comes from the vision of one of Broadway’s most imaginative directors, Tony Award-nominee Michael Arden. Tickets are now 40 percent off with promo code CAROL30 and will be available through January 3.
“Christmastime Is Here” with Norm Lewis is presented by Feinstein’s/54 Below. Lewis and his holiday shows at Feinstein’s/54 Below have become a New York City tradition over the past five years and this year will be no different as Broadway’s acclaimed leading man returns to perform his special concert online this year. Tickets are $25 and will be available for on-demand streaming through December 31.
Finally, skillfully condensing and theatricalizing Herman Melville’s classic tale of the white whale, Bay Street’s Literature Live! presentation of “Moby Dick” boasts a cast featuring celebrated actor and East End resident Harris Yulin; Broadway and stage stars Dan Domingues, Wonza Johnson, Nehal Joshi, and Trent Saunders; and Bay Street’s director of education, Allen O’Reilly. The actors bring the book’s unforgettable characters t life, including Ishmael, Queequeg, Starbuck, and Captain Ahab. Tickets are $20 and will be available through April.
To view any of the productions, visit baystreet.org.