Our Favorite Arts & Theatre Streaming Service Adds Exciting New Productions

Betroffenheit - Marquee.TV
Betroffenheit / Marquee.TV

If you love heading out for a night of theatre or opera, you might wish you could also watch performances at home. Can you imagine wearing comfy clothes, sipping a cup of tea, and getting front row seats to the newest and best art productions? Now, you can!

Marquee.TV is being called the “Netflix of the Arts” and offers high-quality, front row access to the world’s best theatre, opera, and dance productions. There’s something for every Dance, Theatre and Opera lover on this curated app for arts and culture.

New Shows Streaming on Marquee.TV

Papaa Essiedu in RSC's Hamlet
Papaa Essiedu in RSC’s Hamlet / Marquee.TV

One of the newest offerings is a series of Oscar Wilde plays produced by Classic Spring, a London-based theatre company run by former Artistic Director of Shakespeare’s Globe, Dominic Dromgoole. The Oscar Wilde Season, performed at the Vaudeville Theatre on the West End, includes productions of Lady Windermere’s Fan, The Importance of Being Earnest,  An Ideal Husband and A Woman of No Importance.

Richard II, RSC starring David Tennant
Richard II, RSC starring David Tennant / Marquee.TV

On the Dance front, Marquee.TV is excited to be showcasing a co-production of Betroffenheit. Created by Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young, the award-winning Betroffenheit is a boundary-stretching hybrid of theatre and dance that explores the psychological states of trauma, grief and addiction. Described as raw and riveting, this genre-busting dance-theatre hybrid was the Dance Critics’ top pick of 2016, and won the 2017 Olivier Award for Best New Dance Production.

Lady Windermere's Fan, Classic Spring Theatre Company
Lady Windermere’s Fan, Classic Spring Theatre Company / Marquee.TV

If you’re a Shakespeare fan, you can watch a host of productions by the Royal Shakespeare Company, such as the acclaimed Richard II starring David Tennant in the lead role. Other standout productions include The Tempest, featuring Simon Russell Beale and “one of the most captivating Hamlets of the decade” (The Telegraph), starring Paapa Essiedu.

Here’s How to Watch Now

Danielle de Niese in Don Pasquale, Glyndebourne / Marquee.TV

If you want to watch any of these productions from the comfort of your own home, sign up for Marquee.TV. You can watch on your television or on your mobile device for only $8.99 / £8.99 per month after a FREE 14-day trial. This service is great for bringing culture to contemporary platforms and new audiences.

Marquee.TV is now available in the UK, US, and Canada. It will be expanding globally this year. Be sure to SHARE this article to spread the news about this incredible new streaming platform!

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