Live-Streamed Performing Arts Festival Opens February 19th

VirtualArtsTV presents the WiredArts Fest
an interactive, online festival tailored to a 21st Century audience.

New York, NY — VirtualArtsTV ( is proud to announce the WiredArts Fest, the first of its kind, live-streamed performing arts festival. Think of a Fringe Festival, but online, where the audience is global, seating is unlimited and viewers can participate in live chat discussions, interact through Twitter and Facebook, while the performance is happening.

The WiredArts Fest will feature 14 shows running in repertory over 12 days. Performances include Abstract Nude, written by Gwydion Suilebhan (a true digital play experience), Exit 12 (a NYC dance company whose work is based on AD Roman Baca’s service in the Marines) , Sartre’s Huis Clos “No Exit” (performed in French with English subtitles and Die: Roll to Proceed (an audience participatory choose-your-own-adventure comedy with 240 possible outcomes). Additional performances include Les Muses, White With Some Color, Clippings, Alice and Elizabeth’s One Woman Show, S.T.A.R. Theatre, TITS, Grapefruit, The Saltwater Hotel and Patriot Brass Ensemble and Words of Choice: Roe at 40.

VirtualArtsTV’s previous project garnered over 50,000 unique views from all over the world with viewers twittering, facebooking and chatting virtual standing ovations….

The thrill of live theatre, the feeling of being a part of it and yet I’m miles away…amazing. – Carolyn, Lowell, MA

Great Concept. Watching a live play in NYC while sitting on my couch in Barcelona – @jbaljko

Standing O! Just watched live NYC theatre from Cleveland … – Azucca

So happy to see a live NYC play from my couch here in Sweden … I can’t wait till the next one!! – Sophie



The New Media Center at the Secret Theatre, 4402 23rd Street Long Island City, NY 11101


February 19th – March 2nd, 2013
Program A at 7pm, Program B at 9:15pm GMT-5

To Purchase Tickets visit VirtualArts.TV
In-House Tickets: $18 General Admission
Online tickets: $2.50 for high stream without commercial interruptions / $35 All-Festival Pass

Lower quality stream with commercial interruptions: Free