Broadway Streaming Guide: March 2022

In March, Broadway fans will be busy with several new albums, concerts and TV shows to binge. From Steven Spielberg’s acclaimed film adaptation of West Side Story to new episodes of Central Park, find out what’s coming to streaming services this month!

Take a look below to see which movies, TV shows, music, and concerts you should be listening to in March!

Movies and TV

Mama Mia! (Now streaming, Peacock)

The 2009 film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical featuring the songs of ABBA is coming to Peacock! Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Christine Baranski, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, etc.

Gigi (now streaming, HBO Max)

Leslie Caron directs the 1958 musical romance film. The film features songs like “Thank Heaven for Little Girls” and “The Night They Invented Champagne”.

West Side Story (March 2, HBO Max and Disney+)

Steven Spielberg’s acclaimed film adaptation of the classic Broadway musical comes to streaming for the first time. The film stars Rachel Zegler, Ansel Elgort, Ariana DeBose, Rita Moreno, David Alvarez, and more.

JOE vs. CAROLE (March 3, Peacock)

Tony-winning Hedwig and writer and Angry Inch star John Cameron Mitchell play ‘Tiger King’ Joe Exotic alongside Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon as Carole Baskin in the new Peacock original series.

Central Park (season 2 sequel) (March 4, Apple TV+)

The second season of AppleTV+’s hit music series will return with three new episodes, followed by one new episode per week until April 8, 2022. The series features the voices of Josh Gad, Leslie Odom Jr., Daveed Diggs, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Tituss Burgess, Billy Porter, and more.

Life & Beth (March 18, Hulu)

The new series directed by, written by, and starring Tony-nominated Amy Schumer is coming to Hulu. The series also features former Schumer Meteor Shower co-star Laura Benanti, a Tony winner.

Bridgerton (Season 2) (March 25, Netflix)

Julie Andrews chronicles the highly anticipated second season of Netflix’s hit drama series that inspired the Grammy-nominated musical concept album.

The music

Sally Ann Howes: Another Time, Another Place (March 4)

The album is the first retrospective album of Sally Ann Howes recordings from West End Bet Your Life, Paint Your Wagon and Summer Song to her early work in the United States with the television musical The Gift of the Magi and the production of Broadway. Kwamina. Plus rare broadcast transcript recordings.

Betty Buckley sings Sondheim (March 11)

A new compilation album will feature 24 tracks of Buckley singing songs by legendary composer Stephen Sondheim. Songs like “Children Will Listen”, “Rose’s Turn”, “I’m Still Here” and many more will be included.

Mia Pinero: Growing Up (March 15)

Debut album by singer/actress Mia Pinero (Broadway West Side Story). The album includes “All I’ve Ever Known”, “The Nearness of You”, “I’ve Grown Habitued to Her Face”, “Children Will Listen/ No One is Alone”, “Growing Up”, and more .

Assassins 2022 Off-Broadway Cast Recording (March 18)

The cast taping of Off-Broadway’s recent revival starring Adam Chanler-Berat, Eddie Cooper, Tavi Gevinson, Andy Grotelueschen, Bianca Horn, Judy Kuhn, Steven Pasquale, Ethan Slater, Will Swenson, Wesley Taylor, Brandon Uranowitz, Brad Giovanine, Whit K. Lee, Rob Morrison, and Katrina Yaukey.


Mauricio Martínez (54 below, March 3)

Broadway’s On Your Feet! star Mauricio Martínez returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below. Besides playing Emilio Estefan on the Great White Way in the musical On Your Feet!, he also won the role on the national tour.

Amy Spanger: Come Your Way (54 Below, March 4)

Check out Broadway powerhouse Amy Spanger in Come To Your Senses, a one-night-only live concert where she’ll sing songs from her celebrated career so far, including beloved tunes from Jonathan Larson, Cole Porter , Kander and Ebb and more.

10 years of Reunion concerts! Feinstein/54 Below 10th Anniversary Celebration (March 6)

For the past ten years, Feinstein’s/54 Below has hosted magical cast reunions from Broadway shows, TV, movies and beyond. Participants include Tommy Bracco, Lauren Zarkin, Jeremy Kushnier, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Amy Spanger, and more.

Major Attaway & Seth Rudestky (March 7)

Major Attaway is a Broadway, television/film and voice actor from Fort Worth, TX. He is best known for his Broadway debut in Disney’s Aladdin on Broadway in 2016. He is currently the longest-serving Broadway genius with over 1,500 performances.

Shoba Narayan (54 below, March 7)

Shoba Narayan, star of Disney’s Broadway hit Aladdin, as well as Hamilton, Wicked and The Great Comet, returns in Feinstein’s/54 Below. Featuring standout songs that shaped his career, plus some of his personal favorites.

David Sabella: Time Heals (54 Below, March 9)

Following his sold out and critically acclaimed debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below last November, David Sabella returns to the iconic club to celebrate the release of his new CD Time Heals.

Swingin’ with Music by Stephen Sondheim (54 Below, March 10)

The evening will feature rearranged versions of Sondheim’s beloved songs for the SWTM Band, a 6-piece jazz combo. Special guest singers include performers from the original and Broadway revival companies of Stephen Sondheim’s shows.

Lee Roy Rames: Goodbye, Kentucky! Hello Broadway! (54 below, March 11)

Join Lee Roy Reams on a journey from his hometown of Covington, Kentucky to the sparkling lights of Manhattan, where he encounters “the best of Broadway.”

54 Sings Broadway’s Greatest Hits (54 Below, March 12)

Produced, directed and hosted by the creator of Town Hall’s critically acclaimed Broadway by the Year series, Scott Siegel, creator of over 200 major concerts centered on Broadway music! 54 sings Broadway’s greatest hits! will be a thrilling evening you won’t forget… Musical direction by Ron Abel.

Will Roland & Seth Rudetsky (March 13)

Will Roland is a Brooklyn-based artist who was recently seen on Broadway in Be More Chill and Dear Evan Hansen.

Sam Harris: openly grey! (54 below, March 17)

The legendary Sam Harris returns to his favorite intimate New York center with an all-new show, featuring his definitive interpretations of pop, theater and standards, accompanied by his longtime musical director, Todd Schroeder.

54 sings Lizzo (54 below, March 17)

Get ready to dance in your seat to your favorite uplifting Lizzo jams like “Good As Hell”, “Truth Hurts” and many more! This show will include iconic throwbacks like “Phone” and more recent hits like “Rumors.”

Love In Springtime: New York Opera’s Rising Stars (54 Below, March 20)

New York’s rising opera stars celebrate love in all its forms during an evening of popular love songs ranging from classical and Broadway to ballads and ragtime.

Derek Klena and Seth Rudetsky (March 20)

Derek Klena was most recently in Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill on Broadway. Before that, he played the same role in the world premiere production at ART in Cambridge.

Anne Bobby & Friends: I’m still standing… (54 below, March 21)

In December, award-winning actress Anne Bobby returned to Feinstein’s/54 Below with stories and songs from about a year like no other. The response has been great, so now 54 is bringing her back (along with some new surprises) to share her songs and stories wherever you go.

To Steve with love: Liz Callaway celebrates Sondheim (54 below, March 26)

With her new show To Steve with Love, she pays tribute to the writer who changed the course of her life. Honoring the life and songs of modern musical comedy’s most influential composer/lyricist, the Emmy winner and Tony Award® nominee celebrates the master with a carefully curated evening of words and music by Stephen Joshua Sondheim.

54 pays tribute to Frank Sinatra (54 below, March 26)

THE RETURN OF SINATRA! A cast of Broadway and nightclub stars will perform the songs that propelled Ol’ Blue Eyes into the superstar stratosphere.

Lauren Patten and Seth Rudetsky (March 27)

Lauren is an actress, singer and writer living in New York. She won the Tony Award, Grammy Award and Drama Desk Award for her acclaimed performance as Jo in Jagged Little Pill.

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