Enter a Whole New World of Entertainment: Livestreaming

Has anyone else been having flashbacks to hearing/saying the phrase, “If you stare at screens too much, your eyes will become square”? I know scientifically it’s not true and thank goodness because livestreaming has opened up a whole new world of entertainment! 

Our virtual programming has really ramped, offering something for everyone with conversations and panels, as well as concerts streamed live! We’re stoked to be working with PARMA Recordings to Livestream some of our Live at the Historic Theater shows in February. No need to change out of sweats or leave the couch (unless you want to)—you can stream the show! From the first note and available for 4 days after, you can watch and listen to live music again. And with PARMA at the helm, you know it’ll be good! Check out: 

Vapors of Morphine – Fri., Feb. 19
Livingston Taylor – Sat., Feb. 20 
Martin Sexton – Sat., Feb. 27

Keep an eye on our Crowdcast channel and here for the latest. 

You can still come on down to the theater to watch in-person. The artists will be rocking out for a socially distanced audience, with all CDC and state guidelines in place. Have you heard we have a brand new HVAC system with hospital-grade filtration and ionization? More on our COVID protocols and guidelines here.

If you’ve missed our monthly CreativeMornings PKX, we’ve missed you too! This month we’re breaking from our typical talk format for us to come together in the spirit of connection and sharing. Join us on Zoom and catch up—we want to hear from you!

I also think the virtual Writers events are not to be missed, but I’m a bit biased. In partnership with New Hampshire Public Radio, we are bringing three fantastic authors to our Crowdcast platform: 

Rebecca Carroll, Surviving the White Gaze – Tue., Feb. 2 
Diane Rehm, When My Times Comes – Tue., Feb. 23
Paul Krugman, Arguing with Zombies – Tue., March 2

Continuing on in March, we are also thrilled to bring C.J. Box back for the latest Joe Pickett novel, and welcome Elliot Ackerman and Admiral Jim Stavridis with 2034.

Tune in and enjoy the offerings, all from the comfort of your couch!