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Original Muppet Performers Reunite May 16 in Online Fundraiser to Remember Jim Henson

Performers from Muppet Guys Talking livestream a conversation about Henson to raise funds for Covid-19 frontline workers.
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Press release: Thirty years after the untimely loss of Muppets creator Jim Henson, four legendary Muppets performers will reunite online Saturday, May 16, in a livestream event to help raise funds for frontline workers who have battled the Covid-19 virus. Bill Barretta, Fran Brill, Dave Goelz, and Frank Oz will take part in the live discussion, which also invites fans to submit questions in advance that may be answered during the event. The reunion of the Muppet performers, who also appeared in Oz’s acclaimed documentary Muppet Guys Talking: Secrets Behind the Show the Whole World Watched, is scheduled to begin

Need a Laugh? Find it on The Official Robin Williams YouTube Channel

The channel, a digital home for Williams' classic sketches and exclusive extras, launches with five clips and then debuts a new clip each week.
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Press release: While Robin Williams started performing stand-up comedy in the mid-'70s, most of America first fell in love with him as the naïve and hilarious alien from the planet Ork in Mork & Mindy. He became an instant superstar and went on to do five HBO stand-up specials and dozens of feature films. Robin performed steadily for nearly four decades-from comedy clubs to stadiums, from talk shows to USO tours-and continually amazed audiences with his frenetic energy and unbelievably quick wit. The comedy connoisseurs at Time Life have launched The Official Robin Williams YouTube Channel, celebrating Robin's comic genius.

The Shows Must Go On YouTube Channel Launches Friday, April 3rd

Theatre fans around the world can experience Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals online for free.
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Press release: Recent weeks have seen the temporary closure of theatres and their shows, meaning audiences around the world are spending more time at home than usual. Today, the new The Shows Must Go YouTube Channel is announced - providing theatre lovers with a West End and Broadway experience in their own homes, online for free. From Friday, April 3, The Shows Must Go YouTube Channel, for the first time ever, will make available a selection of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s much loved musicals, launching with one of the most enduring shows of all time, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat.