What Should We Do—At Home!

Wednesday, March 18, 2020
Experience everything New York City has to offer, without ever leaving your couch.

WATCH: Move Forward With Broadway Backwards

On Tuesday, March 30, a star-studded cast takes a hopeful and joyful look toward life post-pandemic through a virtual musical event.
Photo courtesy of Broadway Cares: Equity Fights AIDS/Facebook

EXPERIENCE: A Theatrical Thriller on Zoom

Immerse yourself in this at-home game, in which you'll hunt for clues and crack codes to solve the mystery of Plymouth Point.
indoor activities Photo by Matt Hass/Courtesy of Plymouth Point

BELT OUT: Your Best 16 Bars of a Musical

Book singing lessons with a Broadway professional to learn the ins and outs of hitting that high note and nailing a song audition.
indoor activities Photo by VM/Courtesy Broadway Inbound

DANCE: Make Moves With Mark Morris

Beginners and pros alike can get their groove on during one of the company's virtual drop-in classes.
indoor activities Photo courtesy of Mark Morris Dance Group

SUPPORT: This Award-Winning Bakery

The Upper East Side's Baked Cravings is shipping its nut-free baked treats both locally and nationally.
Photo courtesy of Baked Cravings/Facebook

ESCAPE: The Room in 60 Minutes

Put on your thinking cap and get ready for a remote adventure with your (smartest) buddies.
Photo courtesy of The Escape Game/Facebook

DESIGN: A Vibrant Seasonal Bouquet

Sign up for one of New York Botanical Garden's real-time floral design and flower arranging classes.
Photo courtesy of New York Botanical Garden/Facebook

LEARN: Advanced Arts and Crafts

Sign up for one of Brooklyn Craft Company's virtual workshops to learn tapestry-making, macramé, and more.

STUDY: At Home With the EduHam Program

Don't throw away your shot to learn from the writer and star of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda.
Photo courtesy of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History/Facebook

LISTEN: To Rockwood’s Livestreams

Tune in to this Lower East Side music hall's Instagram for free concerts each night, then consider making a donation to support the artists and staff.

LISTEN: Ridgewood’s Nowadays Goes Virtual

Watch NYC's most-talked-about DJs spin their best sets during the venue's nightly concerts.
Photo collage by Sayaka Ueno

Don’t go stir-crazy! The experts at What Should We Do are here to help.