While we’re staying safe at home, enjoy these virtual experiences!
Transcendence Theatre Company
Broadway Under the Stars
Enjoy this performance of “I Wanna Be A Dancin Man” from their 2015 “Rhythm of Life” show at Jack London State Park.
This summer’s “Broadway Under the Stars” will be replaced with four free online concerts! Learn more.
One Stone [Einstein] at Cinnabar Theater
Enjoy this video recording of Cinnabar Theater’s 2017 world premiere of Trevor Allen’s memorable and engaging ONE STONE [EINSTEIN]. Asking its own big questions about curiosity, compassion and the cosmos, ONE STONE brings the life and mind of Albert Einstein to life with humor and warmth, encouraging the audience to think and feel big in this expansive universe we all call home. Thank you Eric Chazakin for sharing your videography! Support Cinnabar Theater.
Flattening the Curve Online Art Show
Enjoy this online exhibit, featuring 49 Sonoma County artists and over 85 works of art, representing a remarkable variety of styles, media and concepts.
“The variety of work truly expresses the breadth of how we are experiencing this period of isolation and crisis.”
Thank you to Bill Shelley and Chris Beards of Blasted Art Gallery and all the participating artists!
Enjoy this Sonoma County Philharmonic performance,
featuring violinist Pierce Wang. (November 2019; video by Ethan Wang.)
Museum of Sonoma County: “Landscape: Awe to Activism” exhibit
From 19th century California artists inspired by nature, to contemporary artists who have embraced new technologies to address climate change and other important issues, the artist’s relationship to landscape has evolved. Landscape: Awe to Activism explores this relationship through diverse artworks including painting, photography, and video.
Click here for an online guided tour of the exhibit.
Oh no! You were enjoying an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Museum’s collection, when the door locked behind you!
Search for clues in our collection storage room to help you escape.
Here’s your chance to see two fabulous local musicals online – for free! You can stream Main Stage West’s “Hope” (2016) and Sonoma Arts Live’s “Merman’s Apprentice” (2019) on North Bay Stage and Screen.