With the spread of COVID-19, theaters may be closed, but theater artists are still creating.
We have gathered some of our favorite digital content from our AFO artists
for you to enjoy and to feed your artistic soul.
Watch, enjoy, stay well, stay home, and wash your hands! And watch this space for updates.
Meet Derek Tyler Taylor - the current, reigning and ONLY MISTER Miss Salem!
He is the star of our upcoming fall show MISTER MISS AMERICA and he has some tips and tricks to share with y’all to help keep y’all happy, healthy and looking great while social distancing!
Written and performed by Neil D'Astolfo.
Created and performed by Shelley Wollert, Elska goes on adventures across her island in the Arctic.
Dance and sing along with her and her friends.
Perfect for a house with bored little ones!
AFO alum Gideon Irving's WOKE UP LOOKING
was included on Rolling Stone's Top 25 Music Videos of 2019 list.
Check it out for yourself!
Like WOKE UP LOOKING?
Listen to more of Gideon's music on his website!
There are 3 albums' worth of content that should keep your ears happy for hours.
Kareem M. Lucas
Get at taste of the poetry of AFO Artist In Residence, Kareem M. Lucas.
Looking for things to watch, read, or listen to while you're staying home?
Follow Monsoon Season writer Lizzie Vieh's Instagram account, WhatLizzieConsumes.
Lizzie posts about movies, TV shows, books and podcasts she discovers and enjoys.
Follow along to find new things to consume.
Darian Dauchan is re-releasing his Brobot series, a zany Sci Fi Hip Hop/Silent Film, on IGTV.
Check his Instagram for updates.
Let's go Brobot!
Leslie Jordan, who's solo show was part of AFO's Solo Festival in 2012, is making the online content we all need!
Check out his Instagram for delightful stories and his hilarious thoughts and feelings on quarantine life.
Indie Theater Fund
The Indie Theater Fund is launching this fundraising campaign to provide direct support and emergency relief to independent theaters and artists in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A.R.T./New York is compiling resources for theatre companies, independent producers, freelance artists, and the general public in light of the spread of COVID-19 in New York City.