Dance performance footage & dance films from companies, presenters, & venues worldwide

Works & Process at the Guggenheim premieres “Virtual Commissions” on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube every Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm Eastern Time.

Fall For Dance North streams a handful of archival performance recordings on Vimeo.
Sans Souci’s 17th Season continues online, with screendances, a feature documentary, Artist Chats, Q&As, and voting for Audience Choice Awards.
TED Talks has compiled a list of inspiring, standout performances from their events.
The Joyce Theater has pulled together a list of online platforms to visit to stream dance performances, films, and talks.
UbuWeb’s vast collection includes works by William Forsythe, Sasha Waltz, Kyle Abraham, and more!
From digital shorts to feature films, ALL ARTS programming is available online nationwide through, the free ALL ARTS app, and @AllArtsTV on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Jacob’s Pillow Dance Interactive is an ever-growing collection with hundreds of dance videos filmed at Jacob’s Pillow from the 1930s to today, plus illustrated essays.
Marquee TV is a streaming website that offers on-demand access to critically-acclaimed dance, opera, and theater.
Cal Performances from the University of California, Berkeley, presents “Now, More than Ever” – a weekly series of performing arts videos.
Martha Graham Dance Company publishes rare archival footage Wednesdays & Saturdays at 2:30 p.m. EDT on YouTube.
Sadler’s Wells partnered with Nowness to compile a list of screendance that speaks to them in times of social distancing.
SF Dance Film Festival has posted all of the 2015-2019 SFDFF Co-Lab films on IGTV. It is also presenting a new Digital Season with watch parties for short dance films and artist talk-backs.
With the postponement of their 2020 festival, the Tiny Dance Film Festival is sharing a free, online collection of dance films that have screened in their festival in years past.
Vangeline Theater/New York Butoh Institute is keeping butoh front and center in New York during COVID-19 by sharing rare archival butoh performances with the community. Rentals are $5.99, and can be purchased online on Vimeo. is a first-of-its-kind portal for viewing full-length, high-quality performance films on your TV, desktop, or laptop. It functions as a streaming subscription service and an archive for ground-breaking artistic projects and contemporary performances.
Switzerland’s Luzerner Theater is showing daily livestreams or edited videos of small productions from opera, drama, dance and puppet theater. Each Monday the theater’s dance company shares a creation from the ensemble (“Tanz am Montag”).
The Social Distancing Festival is a new platform for celebrating artists and the work that has been cancelled/delayed/disrupted due to COVID-19. Visit their website for a directory of performing arts livestreams from around the world.
Dancing Digital is a NEH-funded project aimed at improving the quality of and access to online dance resources. Visit their website for their wonderful, growing list of online resources.
On March 31, Pointe Magazine began a list it compiled of upcoming streaming events and digital performances.
On March 16, Dance Magazine published the following article titled “The Dance Performances That Have Gone Online” with links to streaming content.
The kNOwBOX dance Film Festival presents a curation of dance films that use the body and the environment to challenge dance norms. This collection is available on demand via Vimeo.
CDHP is a digital archive of original and collected Chicago dance materials: interviews, recorded public events, digital exhibitions, and archival performance footage.
Stream your favorite Broadway hits online with Broadway HD. They are currently offering new members a 7-day free trial.