What to Watch Tonight, May 6, 2020

What to Watch Tonight, May 6, 2020

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It’s Wednesday! If you’re looking for something to help you overcome the hump and on to the end of the week we have actually collected some of the very best streaming choices out there.

Yesterday we informed you about an efficiency of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, an efficiency by members of the Drive-By Truckers, and an inspiring start speech for all the graduates out there.

Today we found a Dave Matthews Band concert, a live reading of some never-before-seen work, and a way to enjoy a ton of jazz.

Use the arrows at the bottom of the page to navigate through the slideshow to the next suggestion. On the last page, you’ll find a rundown of some of the excellent things we have actually found in the past that you can experience whenever you want.

Discover something wonderful that we haven’t written about? Inform us about it in the comments and we might feature it in a future post.

Catch some jazz at Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center has been offering weekly streams of shows from its vault. New additions are included regularly, however you can take a look at the full lineup of presently available jazz performances on YouTube here .

Offered options include The Music of Miles Davis, JLCO Songbook, and The Life and Music of Dave Brubeck, amongst others.

Take a trip to Margaritaville

Jimmy Buffet is continuing his weekly “Cabin Fever Virtual Tour” concert series with a rebroadcast of his performance from Dublin, Ireland from Might of last year. The show airs on Margaritaville.tv at 8pm ET and again at 8pm PT, as well as YouTube.

On Saturday, Buffet will be streaming a concert from Secret West, Florida in2015 at 8pm ET and 8pm PT.

Watch Drew Gasparini’s It’s Type of a Funny Story

New York City Supper Club Feinstein’s/54Below is offerings one of its archived programs each night. Today’s program is a musical by songwriter Drew Gasparini called It’s Type Of a Funny Story, adjusted from a young-adult book.

The program kicks off at 6:30pm ET on YouTube and includes performances by Colton Ryan, Bryce Pinkham, Ann Harada, Delaney Amatrudo, Rozi Baker, Preston Truman Boyd, Reed Campbell, Noel Carey, Evie Dolan, Alex Goley, Molly Hager, and Aneesh Sheth.

Go To Dave Matthews Band’s Drive-In

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Dave Matthews band is hosting a stream of among its archived shows each Wednesday as part of a brand-new” Drive In” series.

Tonight is the inaugural show and will be a program from last summer season’s trip from Ruoff House Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville, IN. It kicks off at 8pm ET on Dave Matthews’ website.

Each week the program will have a various sponsor and a various charity that it will benefit. Today’s program is sponsored by The Dreaming Tree Red Wines, which has made a $50,000 contribution to World Central Cooking Area.

Trip a few of New York’s street art

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While you can’t plan a trip to New york city today, Google is making a virtual tour of some of the city’s street art available through its Arts & Culture site

The collection includes nine street art murals including” Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera “by Kobra and” Hammer Kid” by Banksy.

To see the mural, you simply scroll down on the primary page. When you encounter one you want to take a more detailed look at, you can explore the scene through Google Street View.

Watch a live script reading with the cast of Little America

The cast of Little America is doing a live script reading today of scripts written by young writers in primary, middle, and high school who weren’t able to film their tasks due to COVID-19

The readings on the group’s Facebook page

Emily is a tech, travel, and alcohol reporter based in San Francisco. She is likewise the author of the book “Efficiency Hacks: 500 Easy Ways to Accomplish More at Work– That Actually Work!”

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