Thursday, July 15, 2021

What to watch this weekend on Broadway On Demand





Blood Money




BLOOD MONEY, a new play by David W. Unger and directed by Gordon Edelstein, tells the true story of a New Jersey doctor who goes to prison for nearly two years over a rather simple business transaction. Award-winning actors Sam Waterston and Judith Ivey lead the cast, which also features Ari Brand, Maddie Corman and James Waterston. “As a businessman for more than 40 years, I became passionate about the injustice of the story,” noted playwright Unger. “Gordon was a terrific mentor by helping me shape the narrative and assembling an amazing group of actors to tell the story.” BLOOD MONEY runs on Broadway on Demand July 15-18, and proceeds from this presentation benefit The Fortune Society, a powerfully effective organization serving those in prison and those getting out for over 50 years.





Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak’s

A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder




Thursday, July 15 - Thursday, July 22

Donate what you can to watch the concert. Proceeds will support Stop AAPI Hate, a nonprofit coalition that tracks incidents of anti-AAPI hate and discrimination in the United States. Support the fundraiser by reserving your ticket to the premiere, making a tax-deductible contribution to the fundraiser, or both!





Doris Dear's Christmas in July Special




Join Doris Dear and friends in the holiday Rumpus Room for an evening full of stories and songs from the holidays past and present. Grab an eggnog and snuggle in for a good old fashioned holiday special starring Doris Dear, America’s Perfect Housewife!