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Guide for Alexander Street's The Broadway HD Collection

The Broadway HD collection allows users to watch and learn from writers, directors, and actors recognized by the Tony Awards® and the Pulitzer Prize®. Ideal for theatre, drama, music, and even literature studies, this anywhere-anytime collection includes recordings of premium performances of plays and musicals from the New York theatre scene. 


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  • Sam Shepard’s highly studied Pulitzer Prize ™ winning play Buried Child stars Ed Harris (2016) 
  • Tony ™ Award winning musical She Loves Me with its original revival cast: Jane Krakowski, Laura Benanti and Zachary Levi (2016) 
  • Broadway revival of Romeo and Juliet, starring Orlando Bloom and Tony™ nominated Condola Rashad (2013) 
  • Based on a book by Tony winner John Caird, Daddy Long Legs has music from Tony nominee Paul Gordon and is performed by Megan McGinnis and Adam Halpin (2015) 
  • The gripping monologue play On The Exhale stars Tony ™ nominee Marin Ireland and was directed by Tony ™ nominated Leigh Silverman (2017) 
  • Tony Lifetime Achievement award winner James Earl Jones tackles one of theatre’s most iconic roles in Shakespeare’s King Lear (1974) 
  • Verbal wordplay and dashing swordplay abound as Tony and Academy Award winner Kevin Kline portrays the long-nosed poet in Cyrano de Bergerac opposite Jennifer Garner (2008) 
  • Learn how the Tin Man lost his heart in The Woodsman, a touching exploration of a piece of Oz told through music and puppetry (2008)  
  • Doing double duty as director and lead actor, award winner Kevin Kline tackles Shakespeare’s most famous “melancholy Dane” in Hamlet (1990) 
  • Watch two of the greatest clowns of our generation at the top of their game as Tony winners David Shiner and Bill Irwin enchant audiences in Old Hats (2016) 
  • Acclaimed actress Irene Worth takes a star turn in Samuel Beckett’s absurdist masterpiece Happy Days as she goes about her day buried up to her waist, then up to her neck in sand (1980)