Listed below are some cool streaming choices awaiting you this weekend.
Roy Rogers: The Northern California blues nice — one of many most interesting slide guitarists you’ll ever hear — presents a solo acoustic present benefiting the MusiCares Basis that aids struggling musicians. He’ll showcase his array of classic guitars and inform tales and carry out songs from his 50-year profession.
Particulars: 5 p.m. Sept. 20; free, however donations inspired; thecenterforthearts.org/events.
St. Patrick’s Day, Take Two: This all-day live-streaming “pageant” on Sept. 17 introduced by the non-profit AmeriCeltic serves up a wealth of terrific Celtic music acts, together with a number of from the Bay Space. Lots of the artists haven’t been capable of carry out dwell for the reason that world pandemic began shutting issues down across the time of the unique St. Patrick’s Day. Performers embody the famed Celtic band Tempest, Uilleann Pipes grasp Patrick D’Arcy, singer-songwriter Amelia Hogan, Scottish band The Hearth and plenty of extra.
Particulars: Music begins 11 a.m.; free however donations inspired; entry the pageant at AmeriCeltic YouTube web page, extra info at americeltic.net/newsletter/#ap.
Phrase for Phrase: The Bay Space stage troupe identified for presenting dramatic, and verbatim, re-creations of works of literature on stage, launches its new digital efficiency sequence Phrase for Wordcast with a podcast presentation of E.M. Forster’s 1909 darkish dystopian novella “The Machine Stops.” The story — through which folks have been compelled to dwell underground and depend on “The Machine” for all their wants — shall be introduced in three components, kicking off Sept. 17.
Particulars: The three segments shall be launched Sept. 17 and 24 and Oct. 1 and stay out there for streaming at www.zspace.org/pod; all content material is free however donations are appreciated.
“Arsenic and Previous Lace”: Tabard Theatre Firm in San Jose presents a live-streamed “radio play” of Joseph Kesselring’s basic comedy a couple of eccentric household that includes two pleasant and murderous aged girls.
Particulars: Performances are Sept. 18-Oct. 4; $15-$50; www.tabardtheatre.org.