Here are a few of the best events happening today and how to tune in (all times are E.S.T.). Updated daily.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s One-Woman Show
Now on Amazon Prime Video
I have a friend who’s watched Season 2 of “Fleabag” in its entirety three times since social distancing. If you, like her, can’t get enough of Phoebe Waller-Bridge during these tough times, you’re in luck. Waller-Bridge, the star and creator of the Emmy-winning series, made her original one-woman stage show of the same name (which the Emmy-winning television show is based on), available to stream now. The download costs $5, which, minus taxes, will be donated to charities responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
When: The show will be available to download for two weeks.
A Springtime Garden Stroll
Now on the Brooklyn Botanic Garden website
Most of us may be cooped up inside, but spring is not canceled. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is bringing the beauty of the season inside with a virtual nature walk through its blooming Japanese Hill-and-Pond Garden. Watch and listen for wildlife as the garden’s weeping Higan cherry trees sway in the wind along the pond, and follow the path of camellias, artfully pruned pine trees and fiddlehead ferns. The 18-minute video was captured in a way intended to recreate the meditative experience of walking through the garden on an early spring day.
Where: The production, which premiered Sunday afternoon on the garden’s Facebook page, is available on the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s website.
Remembering Bucky Pizzarelli, a Jazz Great
7:30 p.m. at 92Y Online
Bucky Pizzarelli, a master of the jazz guitar, was a mainstay of the New York scene. On April 1, Pizzarelli, 94, died of the coronavirus. This evening, the 92Y will for the first time broadcast his 85th birthday party event from 2011. His son John, a guitarist and vocalist, hosted this ensemble jazz show titled “Frank and Tony and Peggy and Me: Making Music With the Great Singers.”
When: 7:30 p.m.
Where: Stream for free at 92Y online.
A Tribute to Jerome Robbins
1:30 p.m. on Facebook and the Paris Opera’s website
The Paris Opera is making some of its emblematic productions accessible to all for free, including the Paris Opera Ballet’s tribute event to Jerome Robbins, the superstar choreographer from New York who shaped “On the Town” (1944), “The King and I” (1951), “West Side Story” (1957), “Gypsy” (1959), “Fiddler on the Roof” (1964) and other classic musicals.
When: The show will be available through April 19.
Peter Libbey contributed research.