News

Gesa Power House Theatre seating

Watch at Home

The pandemic may have temporarily closed the doors to performance spaces around the world, but many organizations are making content available for free at-home viewing. Here are some arts and entertainment options that we have found. See something we missed? Send an e-mail to webmaster@phtww.org. With the pending return of live events, this list will be retired at the end of June 2021.

Happening soon:

Friday, June 25
100 Years / 100 Women” (conversation series) – Met Museum (9am)
ETHEL and Friends” (concert) – Met Museum (9am)
Puccini’s “Turandot” (2019) – Met Opera (4:30pm, for 23 hours)
Womb Presents: A Pride Special” (2021) – Oregon Shakespeare Festival (6:30pm)
Hello, Rain” (film) – ALL ARTS (7pm)

Saturday, June 26
LatinXoxo” (livestream) – Lincoln Center (4pm)
Britten’s “Billy Budd” (1997) – Met Opera (4:30pm, for 23 hours)

Sunday, June 27
Washington State Poet Laureate” (2021 virtual lecture) – Humanities Washington (12pm)
Verdi’s “La Traviata” (2017) – Met Opera (4:30pm, for 23 hours)
At-Home Concert” (solo piano, ragtime/vintage) – Adam Swanson (5pm)

Monday, June 28
Nico Muhly’s  “Marnie” (2018) – Met Opera (4:30pm, for 23 hours)

Tuesday, June 29
John Adams’s “Doctor Atomic” (2008) – Met Opera (4:30pm, for 23 hours)
Comic-Book Reality: Superheroes and the Power of Representation” (2021 virtual lecture) – Humanities Washington (6pm)
Civil Conversation in an Angry Age” (2021 virtual lecture) – Humanities Washington (6:30pm)

Wednesday, June 30
The Postcard” (film) – National Gallery of Art (9am, for 1 week) 
Hansel and Gretel” – Met Opera for Students (2pm, for 48 hours)
John Corigliano’s “The Ghosts of Versailles” (1992, with Renee Fleming) – Met Opera (4:30pm, for 23 hours)
Comic-Book Reality: Superheroes and the Power of Representation” (2021 virtual lecture) – Humanities Washington (7pm)

Thursday, July 1
Philip Glass’s “Satyagraha” (2011) – Met Opera (4:30pm, for 23 hours)

Available until further notice:

Family/Kids:
Visit our Little Watts Series page for all of our family-friendly and kid-focused suggestions.

Theatre:
Shipwreck” (2020 audio play) – The Public Theatre
The Tempest” / “Richard II” (2020 radio plays) – Shakespeare@ Home
Five Short plays by Idris Goodwin” (2020) – The Rude Mechanicals
Four Radio plays” (2020) – Scranton Shakespeare Festival
Black Voices: Six Audio Plays” – LA Theatreworks
The Relativity Series: Science-themed Audio Plays” – LA Theatreworks

Ballet / Dance / Acrobatics:
ABT Studio Company – Spring Festival: Act II” (2021) – American Ballet Theatre (through June 30)
Lysse” (2021, short dance film) – Royal Ballet / Nadine Shah
After the Interval” (2012 dance theater) / “Before the Interval” (2014 dance theater) – HeadspaceDance
Donald McKayle’s “Rainbow Etude” (2021) – BalletMet
Clara’s Tri-Cities Nutcracker Dream” (2020, family-friendly) – Mid-Columbia Ballet

Concerts:
Andrea Bocelli: Believe” (2021) – All-Arts / PBS (through July 4)
Faraj Abyad: The Loyalty of the Poet” (2021 concert) – Met Museum
Live with Carnegie Hall: Juneteenth Celebration” (2021) – Carnegie Hall
2021 Jazz Masters” (virtual concert) – National Endowment for the Arts
Cadence: The Sounds of Justice, the Sounds of a Movement” (2021 concert) – The Met Museum
Save Our Stages Festival” (2020, 35+ concerts) – National Independent Venue Association
Seasons in Concert” (1996) – George Winston

Film:
Paris Calligrammes” (film) – National Gallery of Art (through June 29)
2020 Vision: Through Our Eyes” (student film project) – Intiman Theatre (through June 30)
Celebrating Pride Month with Pixar’s ‘Out’” (2020 short film) – DisneyPlus (through June 30)
An Impossible Project” (film) – National Gallery of Art
Ash Land” (2021 film) – Oregon Shakespeare Festival
5 American Masters Films You Can Stream Now” – ALL ARTS
Short films (2020) – Walla Walla Movie Crush:
— “Bust a Mov(i)e” (theme = dance)
— “We Just Click” (theme = photography)
— “Meals on Reels” (theme = food)
— “I Think We’re Alone Now” (theme = solitude)
HBO Amplifies Black Voices” (no subscription required) – HBO
Selected Documentary Films” (no subscription required) – Netflix

Opera:
Wagner’s “The Flying Dutchman” (2020) – Klaipeda State Music Theatre (through July 2)
Rameau’s “Hippolyte et Aricie” (2021) – National Theater Mannheim (through July 31)
Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk” (2019) – Birmingham Opera Company (through August 14)
Donizetti’s “L’elisir d’Amore” (2021) – Dutch National Opera (through August 23)
Verdi’s “Love & Politics” (2020) – Norrlandsoperan (through August 26)
Debussey’s “Pelleas et Melisande” (2021) – Opera de Lille (through September 9)
Donizetti’s “Lucia di Lammermoor” (2021) – Staatsoper Hamburg (through September 10)
20 Shots of Opera” – Irish National Opera (though September 12)
Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet” (2021 ballet) – Polish National Opera (through September 15)
Boris Blocher’s “Romeo und Julia” (2021 chamber opera) – Deutsche Oper am Rhein (through October 16)
Puccini’s “Tosca” (2021) – Royal Swedish Opera (through November 7)
Mozart’s “La clemenza di Tito” (2021) – Bergen National Opera (through November 29)
Bach’s “St John Passion” (2021) – Theatre du Chatelet (through December 4)
Don Giovanni” (2021) – National Theatre Prague (through December 17)

Comedy:
After 50 You Just Stop Caring” (2020) – Karen Morgan
I Hate Myself” (2020) – Joe List
Ice Thickeners” (2020) – Emily Heller
Cats, Cops, and Stuff” (1990) – Paula Poundstone


We are grateful for our Season Sponsors:

    Foundry Vineyards    Walla Walla Union-Bulletin logo

KAPP-KVEW TV, Pacific PowerNorthwest Public Broadcasting, Hayden Homes

Additional support provided by:
Walla Walla County, Port of Walla Walla, City of Walla Walla

Each Coldwell Banker Office is Independently Owned and Operated

Gesa Power House Theatre | 111 North 6th Avenue Walla Walla, WA 99362 509.529.6500 Contact Us