Amidst recent suspension of group gatherings and, thus, live performances, many Belmont District Theaters have opted into providing digital, remote and streaming programming for patrons to enjoy from the comfort of their own homes.

See below for the full list of programming currently available online:


Annoyance Theater


Countdown to Quarantine

Join our ‘Quaran Team’ in our effort to stay creative and stay alive.

A cast and crew of 9 people spent 10 days living in quarantine together in the theatre to creating a show while live-streaming the process to raise money to help pay staff, cover the costs of the project, and secure the future of the theatre. Check out the show they wrote, produced, and broadcast below!

Virtual Programming Link

Donate Here



Comedy Sportz


The building might be closed, but the competitive spirit lives – virtually! Join us this weekend on Friday March 27th and Saturday March 28th at 7:30PM and 9:30PM for some abbreviated ComedySportz matches. We’ll still have two teams, we’ll still have a Ref and we’ll still have all the awesome games you love. Come check out this virtual new world and may the best team win. Seating is limited so we are using EventBrite to make sure we have enough “seats” for everyone. This is a free event for all, but we are also raising funds for our actors so feel free to donate!

Friday 7:30PM                Friday 9:30PM                  Saturday 7:30PM                 Saturday 9:30PM

Virtual Programming Link



ReCeSz is our daily kids show. Are your kids stir crazy from being trapped in the house? Do they need a 30 minute break to have fun, laugh, dance, jump and see other children? If you answered yes to any of those questions, congrats, you’ve done math. And we have a solution – ReCeSz. For now, you can attend ReCeSz by using our Zoom Theater link: if you want to participate, or if you just want to watch we stream on Facebook as well. If ReCeSz gets too popular, we’ll move to a sign up system! EVERY DAY AT 12PM.

Virtual Programming Link

Donate Here



Eclectic Full Contact Theatre

Throwing Shade

Chicago, 1934

In a city rife with crime and corruption, a hero emerges. The Shade, who rushes in where fools fear to tread…with predictable results. Luckily for Chicago, there’s the Vamp, female crimefighter replete with all the skill and talent the Shade lacks. Can the Shade save Chicago from crime? Can the Vamp save The Shade from himself?

Eclectic Full Contact Theatre presents Throwing Shade, the 1930’s radio satire you’ve been dying for. Uploading every Wednesday on all your favorite podcast sites!


Virtual Programming Link

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Laugh Factory

STREAMING FREE on YouTube everyday at 2 PM PST!


Virtual Programming Link



Music Box Theatre

Music Box Direct

The streaming service platform of Music Box Films, offering over a hundred titles including acclaimed films & TV series from around the world. Available to stream on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and online. CLICK HERE for more information & Sign Up today. ***UPDATE – Sign up now and your first MONTH of Music Box Direct is Free! Use the coupon code “MBD2020”


Virtual Programming Link

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Otherworld Theatre


Improvised D&D Digital Adventures

Out On A Whim’s Improvised D&D brings you a pre-recorded campaign in place of their regular Sunday night live show! Head to to donate and don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel!


Virtual Programming Link

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Theater Wit

Teenage Dick

Theater’s most famous disabled character comes to Theater Wit like you’ve never seen him before—in the vicious, no-holds barred brutal politics of high school. Richard, picked on because of his cerebral palsy (and his semi-creepy tendency to monologue), is determined to become class president.

But the road to power is never smooth, and Richard must decide: is it better to be loved or feared?

Join us for the Chicago premiere of Mike Lew’s devastatingly funny, sharply written new play about perception, disability and the lengths we’re willing to go to rise above our station in life.

Virtual Programming Link

Buy Tickets Here



TimeLine Theatre Company

Kill Move Paradise

Kill Move Paradise closed its theatrical performance run on March 12 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, due to the incredible cooperation of artist unions, Dramatists Play Service, and playwright James Ijames, we can now offer a limited number of opportunities to see the show from the comfort of your home, with a week to watch at a time convenient for you, by streaming a previously filmed performance, edited to provide close-ups and full coverage of the staging. If you are a TimeLine Subscriber, you can use your FlexPass admissions as usual for remote viewing. A limited number of remote viewing tickets are also available for the general public.

Described by playwright James Ijames as “an expressionistic buzz saw through the contemporary myth that ‘all lives matter,’” this The New York Times Critic’s Pick play is a powerful and provocative reflection on recent events, illustrating the possibilities of collective transformation and radical acts of joy.

Torn from the world they know without warning, Isa, Daz, Grif, and Tiny discover themselves stuck in a nebulous waiting room in the afterlife. While balancing the reality of their past and the uncertainty of their future, their souls try to find peace from senseless action and hope in the life they left behind.

Inspired by the ever-growing list of slain unarmed black men and women, Kill Move Paradise is a portrait of those lost—not as statistics, but as heroes who deserve to be seen for the splendid beings they are. Runs approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.

Virtual Programming Link

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