POTD: What The World Needs Now

POTD: What The World Needs Now

On a flight home from her truncated college semester at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College, senior composition major Shelbie Rassler had an idea — get her peers who are sheltering at home to each record a piece of her arrangement of the Burt...
POTD: The Dinner Feeder

POTD: The Dinner Feeder

This Picture Of The Day comes from Joseph Herscher, who creates clever machines in his Brooklyn apartment to solve everyday problems with Rube-Goldberg-like designs. His latest is a device that feeds him dinner… The whole thing reminds me of this scene in...
POTD: Beethoven’s Ninth

POTD: Beethoven’s Ninth

While sheltering at home, members of the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra perform the finale of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony (“Ode To Joy”). Since it’s not technically possible to sync multiple musicians simultaneously because of the delay...
POTD: Kelli O’Hara

POTD: Kelli O’Hara

Broadway veterans Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley have started doing a nightly YouTube show, “Stars In The House,” with guests joining from their homes. It serves partially as a fundraiser for The Actors Fund, which supports both performers and...
POTD: I Laughed Till I Cried

POTD: I Laughed Till I Cried

With the Reduced Shakespeare Company unable to perform at venues around the country, Austin Tichenor has taken to YouTube and posted this clever ditty he wrote and performed in the RSC’s “The Complete History Of Comedy (abridged).” As a longtime fan,...