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The lights may have gone dark on Broadway, but that doesn't mean you need to put a pause on getting a surge of inspiration and joy from the world of theater. Especially now, during a time of such uncertainty amidst the coronavirus pandemic, the message of love and hope rings louder than ever. Below, a roundup of some of our favorite Broadway musicals that you can stream whenever you please. Some are set in the South, some star some of our favorite actors, and some are simply soothing nourishment for our harried minds. Ready to get into that 42nd street spirit?

Memphis (2014)

The winner of the 2010 Tony award for best musical is electric from start to finish. Once you hear the story of Memphis disc jockey Dewey Phillips, you'll never forget it.

Watch it on BroadwayHD here.

Cinderella (1965)

Fantasy, music, romance, what more could a Southern gal want? Get enchanted by Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella and look forward to brighter days ahead.

Watch it on Amazon Prime here.

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Bye Bye Birdie (1995)

Head to the 1950s with rock'n' roll star Conrad Birdie and be prepared to be blown away. Jason Alexander and Vanessa Williams are completely mesmerizing in the lead roles.

Watch it on BroadwayHD here.

Oklahoma! (1999)

You had us at Hugh Jackman. The first musical from Rodgers and Hammerstein takes us back to rural farmland in 1906, and is brimming with catchy tunes from the opening scene to the finale.

Watch it on BroadwayHD here.

Funny Girl  (1968)

You'll fall in love with Fanny Brice, a famous comedienne rising to fame in the early 1900s, and want to watch this one again and again. And then you'll want to watch The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

Watch it on IMDb TV here. (IMDb TV is Amazon's free streaming service supported by ads with no subscription needed)

Funny Face (1957)

This critically-acclaimed musical with a score from George and Ira Gershwin will linger in your head long after the curtain closes. Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire dazzle on the silver screen rendition of Funny Face, which enjoyed its original Broadway debut in 1927 with Fred Astaire and his sister Adele Astaire.

Watch it on Amazon Prime here.

Hair (1979)

This movie version of one of Broadway's greatest hits will leave you on the edge of your seat, if not twirling on your living room floor. Put on your dancing shoes and get ready. "This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius..."

Watch it on Amazon Prime here.

Live from Lincoln Center: Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Carousel" (2013)

This adaption of the much-loved Rodgers and Hammerstein 1945 show features performances from Kelli O’Hara, Nathan Gunn, and Audra McDonald, among others.

Watch it on Amazon Prime here.

Who's ready to channel the power of the neon lights of Broadway and host a show night or a matinée for the family at home this weekend with us? Let us know what you watch so we can add it to our list.