Gingold Theatrical Group has forged a new partnership with the preeminent online streaming service, Broadway On Demand, to allow customers to purchase and stream their recent Off-Broadway production of Bernard Shaw’s Mrs Warren’s Profession.
Broadway On Demand will air Ms Warren’s Profession starting tomorrow Tuesday, June 21, for a limited time only – until June 27 only. Tickets are only $25 (plus $1.95 service charge). You can pre-order your stream now. You will need to create a FREE Broadway On Demand account to purchase tickets. After purchasing the rental, return to Broadway On Demand starting June 21 to enjoy the show. Once the purchase is activated, the viewer has 48 hours to view the film.
To pre-order or watch Mrs. Warren’s Profession starting June 21, simply go to Mrs. Warren on Broadway on Demand (https://livestream.broadwayondemand.com/gingold/).
Last fall, GTG returned live, in person, with this acclaimed revival of Mrs Warren’s Profession starring Tony® Award winner Karen Ziemba as Mrs Warren, Robert Cuccioli, David Lee Huynh, Alvin Keith, Nicole King and Raphael Nash Thompson, which enjoyed an acclaimed Off-Broadway engagement at Theater Row, directed by Mr. Staller. The design team included Brian Prather, scenic design; Asa Benally, costumes; Jamie Roderick, lighting; and Frederick Kennedy, sound.
“We are thrilled to be able to share this production with the global family we have created during this terrible pandemic,” Mr. Staller said. “After streaming online readings as well as our special open mic events, this is our first opportunity to share one of our productions with the great people who weren’t able to make it to New York last fall. , including our new friends from Ireland, England, Brazil, Australia, Shanghai, Japan and even Iceland!”
Broadway On Demand is the premier streaming platform offering exclusive live events, an extensive library of video-on-demand content, interactive engagements and educational resources. It is a virtual performing arts complex offering a variety of programming including not only Broadway shows and musicals, but also individual artists, concert series and engaging content from theaters. entertainment and theaters around the world. Through a single licensing interface, ShowShare, licensed middle school, high school, college, community and professional theater productions have the ability to be delivered to their audiences through this global platform. Broadway On Demand fulfills Broadway’s longstanding promise of being the “longest street in the world.” Broadway On Demand is now available in APPS for Apple iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. Roku, Android, Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV.
Gingold Theatrical Group creates theater that supports human rights, freedom of expression and individual liberty using the work of George Bernard Shaw as a guide. All GTG programs are inspired by Shaw’s humanitarian values. Through comprehensive productions, staged readings, new play development and downtown educational programs, GTG brings Shavian precepts to New York audiences and performers, encouraging individuals to inspire the humanistic ideals of Shaw in their contributions for the future. Shaw created pieces to inspire peaceful discussion and activism and that’s what GTG aims to accomplish. Past GTG productions include Man and Superman (2012), You Never Can Tell (2013), Major Barbara (2014), Widowers’ Houses (2016), Heartbreak House (2018), and Caesar & Cleopatra (2019). Founded in 2006 by David Staller, GTG has carved a permanent niche for the work of George Bernard Shaw in the social and cultural life of New York City and, through the Project Shaw reading series, made history in 2009. as the first company to have presented performances of each of Shaw’s 65 plays (including complete works, one-act acts and sketches). GTG brings together performers, critics, students, scholars and the general public with the opportunity to explore and perform theatrical works inspired by the humanitarian and activist values championed by Shaw. All comedies, these plays boldly display the insight, wit, passion, and overarching socio-political focus that have distinguished Shaw as one of the most inventive and incisive writers of all time. Through performances, symposia, new play development and outreach, as well as through our discussion groups and partnerships with schools such as SUNY Stony Brook, Regis, De La Salle Academy and the Broome Street Academy, GTG helped spark a renewed interest in Shaw across the country, and a bold interest in theater as activism. Young people are especially inspired by Shaw’s call to defy societal restrictions, embrace the power of the individual, make bold personal choices, and take responsibility for those choices. GTG’s new game development lab, Speakers’ Corner, created to support playwrights inspired by Shaw’s ideals, is now in its second cycle. Through monthly prompts and comments, writers develop work inspired by or in response to a specific Shaw text. The pieces developed by Speakers’ Corner will be nurtured in workshops and readings in the hope that GTG will publish or produce them. GTG encourages everyone to rejoice in the possibilities of the future. All of GTG’s programming is designed to inspire lively discussion and peaceful activism on issues related to human rights, free speech and individual liberty. This was the purpose behind all of Shaw’s work and why GTG chose him as a guide to help create a more tolerant and inclusive world through the exploration of the arts.