Enjoy this mixture of live performances, exercises and fun activities to explore during the month of July!
Arts & Culture
1. Have you caught the travel bug? Explore the Google Arts & Culture virtual tour of 5 iconic Parisian rooftops, including the Eiffel Tower and rooftop of the Paris Opera.
2. Enjoy this live performance of Beethoven 9 with Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.
3. Do you like abstract or floral artwork? Check out five iconic pieces of art featured at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.
4. The Dallas Opera offers programs online where you can rent three Originals programs starting at $6.99, with monthly subscription options available, too. If you’re hoping to catch a new performance this month, have a look at these full-length operas, concerts and more.
6. Have you downloaded the free Art Selfie app? Powered by Google Arts & Culture, you can download the app for free, take a selfie and search thousands of pieces to see if you resemble any historical pieces!
7. You may recognize this tune from Avengers Endgame. Catch this special live performance from 100 trombonists performing “Portals” from the Marvel classic cinema feature.
8. We’re back with more table reads! Check out this virtual table read of Lucifer, presented by Netflix and features Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt, D.B. Woodside, Rachael Harris, Aimee Garcia and more.
9. Are you a fan of Watchmen or Justice League? Check out this video of director Zack Snyder breaking down his epic career and scenes from his iconic features.
10. Interested in learning more from a director’s perspective? Check out The Hollywood Reporter’s full TV director roundtable featuring Elisabeth Moss, Zach Braff, Elisabeth Moss, Lena Dunham and more.
11. Watch Netflix’s Virtual Panel featuring the cast of The Umbrella Academy.
13. Have you seen A Quiet Place Part II in cinemas yet? In this video presented by Vanity Fair John Krasinski breaks down the opening scene, and it’s pretty epic, to say the least. Check it out here. *Spoiler alert!*
14. Kathryn Hahn (How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, WandaVision, Bad Moms) breaks down her career and provides words of wisdom along the way.
16. Bridgerton stars Regé-Jean Page and Phoebe Dynevor and director Sheree Folkson set the record straight regarding the famous line “I burn for you.” They break down the scene in detail here.
17. Catch up on Casting Networks’ Acting Tips series featuring world-renowned acting coach Howard Fine!
18. Rotten Tomatoes held an In The Heights interview with Lin-Manuel Miranda and numerous cast members. Check out this special interview here.
19. Comic legends Wanda Sykes, Michelle Buteau, Nicole Byer, Tiffany Haddish and Sarah Cooper discuss their inspirations, how they form their jokes and much more. Catch the interview here!
20. This video is short, sweet and to the point! Catch Millie Bobby Brown‘s some advice on acting.
21. “Don’t strive to be famous, strive to be talented.” Tap the link to listen to Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams discuss being an actor and entrepreneur.
22. Check out this performance of “One Day More“ from Les Misérables, performed by the Welsh of the West End.
23. StageMilk hosted an interview with Larry Moss, one of the most renowned acting coaches today. Watch his interview and learn more about what actor’s should be doing daily to hone their craft.
24. Alycia Pascual-Peña discusses her latest feature film Moxie, who she loves to follow on social media and much more.
26. The Hollywood Reporter drama actress roundtable took place last month and featured Cynthia Erivo, Anya Taylor-Joy, Elizabeth Olsen, MJ Rodriguez and more. Watch the one-hour special here.
Exercise & Meditation
28. Watch this five-minute video which includes a short physical warm-up, presented by the National Theatre.
29. If you’re looking for a workout for the whole family, check out this video by PopSugar Fitness which includes a fun cardio workout for all ages.
30. BollyX shares a Bollywood-inspired workout where you can dance and burn calories at the same time. Make sure to check out the link in the description if you love it, as there are more Bollywood-inspired videos available.