Like these guys, no one is traveling anywhere right now.
But there are still fun things to do.
The Neon Museum in Las Vegas has a colorful app on its website that will take you on a tour of its Neon Boneyard. (Password: Neon)
And while Shakespeare’s Globe Theater in London is closed due to the Covid-19 crisis, the theater is rolling out a long list of free online performances.
The Globe will be dropping the on-demand streaming fees for some past productions, with a new play offered every two weeks. The line-up includes:
‘Hamlet’ (2018) from April 6-19;
‘Romeo & Juliet’ (2009), from April 20-May 3;
‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ (2013), from May 4-17;
‘The Winter’s Tale’ (2018), from May 18-31;
‘The Two Noble Kinsmen’ (2018), June 1-14 and;
‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ (2019), June 15-28
The free streamed performances will also include productions from the 2021 ‘Globe to Globe‘ series that included Shakespeare plays performed in a variety of languages.
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