Introducing Starlight@Home! This brand new offering makes featured shows, streaming content, and educational activities available to Starlight fans.  Join us to WATCH, EXPLORE and LEARN.


scheduled, ticketed virtual events curated by Starlight


access to free filmed performances both at Starlight and beyond

Starlight YouTube Channel

Missing the sights and sounds of Starlight? From our ongoing “Broadway Beat” and “Raise Our Voices” video series to special productions like the 2020 gala, Starlight has your virtual viewing needs covered.  Watch Starlight videos at

Live Nation Live From Home

Just because we’re keeping our distance, the music doesn’t have to stop. Tune in to Live Nation’s daily livestreams to enjoy music and stories shared by artists – from their homes around the globe.

Stars in the House

New shows stream daily in this series created by SiriusXM host Seth Rudetsky and producer James Wesley. It’s an ideal combination of musical performances, community and education, and free-will donations support The Actors Fund.

Playbill YouTube

Subscribe (for free!) and get access to original series, interviews, exclusive live performances, tutorials and more from Broadway’s brightest stars and your live theatre favorites.

Great Performances

Find your front-row seat at home to watch acclaimed Broadway productions in this outstanding collection on PBS.


recommendations and resources from Starlight’s Community Engagement department

Broadway Evolved

With many kids still learning from home, check out this series of homeschool mini-sessions filmed in spring 2020. Led by professional faculty, the short classes focus on voice, dance, acting and career advice.

Disney Imagineering

Feed your child’s interest in storytelling and design. The “Imagineering in a Box” unit from the Khan Academy draws insights from Disney Imagineers worldwide, allowing students to explore aspects of theme park design and learn about the educational skills needed to bring visions to life.

The Lion King Experience

This immersive arts education program introduces students to theatre-making through the lens of The Lion King. With experiences and instructions tailored for two age groups – 8-11 and 12-15 – the program equips students to explore theatre at home.

Lincoln Center Classroom Pop Up

On-demand classes facilitate learning anywhere, anytime. Creative learning activities, led by artists and educators, use simple materials found at home to help children explore various art forms.

Kennedy Center

This collection of learning resources infuses the arts into education – whether at home or in the classroom – with lessons, articles, performance guides, how-tos and more.

Roundabout Theatre Company

The online Theatre Plus Lecture Series features in-depth interviews with distinguished artists, scholars, historians and critics. Each conversation explores the themes of an individual production.

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