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Upcoming Streams Featuring Audra McDonald

Catch Audra McDonald in the following streams! Please continue to check back for the most updated schedule.

December 9, 7:30pm ET; available to stream through January 3, 2021
An Evening with Audra McDonald
2020 New York City Center Gala
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December 3 
A Streetcar Named Desire

Performance available on Audible from the Williamstown Theatre Fetsival
Click here to access on December 3

November 30, 7pm ET
Presenting the Fred Ebb Award
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November 16, 7pm ET
Ronald McDonald House New York 2020 Gala
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November 14, 7pm ET
Over the Rainbow: A Virtual Celebration Concert
This concert celebrates OTR’s residents, mission, board, staff, and continuing future
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November 14
Ella, Forever the First Lady of Song
A re-airing of Jazz at Lincoln Center’s 2017 annual gala celebrating Ella Fitzgerald’s centennial
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November 14, 7:30pm ET
To the Rescue!
A benefit for the Humane Society of the United States
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November 12
The Great Gutsby
53rd Annual Gala for the Greater New York chapter of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation
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October 7 7pm ET
Broadway Blowout! Voter Letter Writing Party
A virtual letter-writing party with VoteRiders
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August 24 8pm ET
Covenant House Sleep Out
Virtual sleep out to benefit homeless youth
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August 15 7 pm ET
HAM4CHANGE Fundraiser
Live-streamed benefit concert to support organizations focused on ending systematic racism
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July 23 2 pm ET
Live with Carnegie Hall
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July 20 7 pm ET
Project Sing Out!
Live-streamed benefit concert supporting the Educational Theatre Foundation
Watch on Playbill’s YouTube Channel

July 16 7:30 pm ET
Broadway Barks Across America
Live-streamed benefit concert featuring adoptable animals
Stream on YouTube

July 15 7 pm ET
Lelt Foundation Virtual Gala
Live-stream with Bobby Cannavale
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July 12 8 pm ET
The Seth Concert Series
Live-stream on July 12, with rebroadcast on July 13 at 3 pm ET
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June 28 5 pm PT/ 8 pm ET
MTT25: An Online Tribute Event for Michael Tilson Thomas
Live-stream on the San Francisco Symphony YouTube Channel

June 26 8 pm ET
Stars in the House “Free To Be…You And Me” special
Live-stream on The Actors Fund’s YouTube Channel

June 19 7 pm ET
The Inaugural Antonyo Awards
Live-stream on Broadway Black’s website

June 13 7:30 pm ET
65th Annual Drama Desk Awards
Live-stream on

[POSTPONED] June 1 8 pm ET
“We Are One Public” Benefit for The Public Theater
Live-stream on the website, or YouTube

May 31 3 pm ET
Virtual Pride Parade
Live-stream on The Lavender Effect’s Website with donation made here

May 30 8pm ET
the [title of show] show Vineyard Theatre Virtual Variety Show show
Access to show available with $25 donation made here

“A Streetcar Named Desire” Now Available on Audible

Audra McDonald’s performance in Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire is now available to stream on Audible in partnership with the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Directed by Robert O’Hara, Audra stars as Blanche DuBois in this innovative exploration of the classic tale about the emotionally charged relationship between two iconic sisters. Stream now on Audible.

Audra McDonald sits on a stool wearing a form fitting black stress and looking off to the side.

Guest Starring on HBO’s ‘The Gilded Age’

Audra McDonald will appear on Julian Fellowes’ new HBO period drama ‘The Guilded Age’ as a guest star. Audra joins an impressive cast, including her The Good Fight co-star Christine Baranski, in this epic drama that follows the millionaire titans of New York City in the 1880s. Audra portrays Dorothy Scott, the wife of a powerful man and the backbone of her family. After much time apart, her daughter finally pays a visit to their family home in Brooklyn, and Dorothy clings to the hope that the Scott family will heal and begin to form a new and stronger bond. However, she soon makes a discovery that throws her own beliefs into question. The Gilded Age will premiere on HBO in 2021. Read more here.

Starring in “The Second Wave”

On October 21, Deadline announced the creation of The Second Wave, a six-episode pandemic-themed drama from The Good Fight and Evil creators Robert & Michelle King.Starring Audra McDonald, Taylor Schilling (Orange is the New Black), and Steven Pasquale (The Comey Rule), the series follows neighbors, Rachel (McDonald) and Lily (Schilling), as they navigate life in quarantine during a deadly second wave outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic in New York City. Co-produced by CBS and Spectrum Originals, The Second Wave is expected to debut on Spectrum on Demand later this year. Read more about the show on Deadline.

Guest Starring on Disney’s “Vampirina”

On October 23, Audra McDonald guest stars on Disney Junior’s Emmy and BAFTA Award-nominated animated series Vampirina. Stacked with a roster of stars from screen and stage, Vampirina follows the story of a vampire family adjusting to life after a move from Transylvania to Pennsylvania. In an episode titled “Vee and the Family Stone,” Audra portrays a world-famous fashion designer named Medusa. Taken by the family’s suburban flare, Medusa realizes in the end that the best fashion trend is simply being yourself. Described by Disney as, “a blend of spooky fun, heartfelt storytelling and Broadway-caliber music,” audiences can enjoy season 3 of Vampirina on DisneyNow.

Audra McDonald sits in front of a multi-colored stone wall, wearing a black top and faintly smiling while looking toward the camera.

Talking Racial Justice on CB​S This Morning

On September 11, Audra McDonald appeared on CBS This Morning to discuss a variety of topics including her upcoming role in the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect and Black Theatre United’s work to battle systemic racism in both the theater industry and the nation. Speaking with CBS’s Gayle King and Anthony Mason, Audra covered the importance of being counted in the census and Black and brown representation across the theater industry. Audra also discussed her upcoming role as Barbara Franklin in the upcoming movie Respect, and even sang a few lines from one of her favorite Aretha Franklin songs, “Until You Come Back to Me.”

Watch the full interview below!