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What Should We Do—At Home!

Experience everything New York City has to offer, without ever leaving your couch.

DO: Move Forward Together With the Public

Tune in to the Public Theater’s one-night-only virtual event, with performances by Danielle Brooks, Jenn Colella, and many more.

WATCH: A Timely Reunion of The West Wing

Martin Sheen, Allison Janney, Rob Lowe, and more reprise their roles to support Michelle Obama’s When We All Vote nonprofit.

Photo courtesy of The West Wing/Facebook


DEMYSTIFY: The Martini With the Pros

Enjoy an in-person cocktail-making class with Crown Shy’s very own Harrison Ginsberg.

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SUPPORT: This Award-Winning Bakery

The Upper East Side’s Baked Cravings is shipping its nut-free baked treats both locally and nationally.

Photo courtesy of Baked Cravings/Facebook

LISTEN: To Great Jazz on the Great Hill

You might not be in Central Park, but you can still tune in to performances by brilliant musicians.

ESCAPE: The Room in 60 Minutes

Put on your thinking cap and get ready for a remote adventure with your (smartest) buddies.

Photo courtesy of The Escape Game/Facebook

DESIGN: A Vibrant Spring Bouquet

Sign up for one of New York Botanical Garden’s real-time floral design and flower arranging classes.

Photo courtesy of New York Botanical Garden/Facebook

LEARN: Advanced Arts and Crafts

Sign up for one of Brooklyn Craft Company’s virtual workshops to learn tapestry-making, macramé, and more.

STUDY: At Home With the EduHam Program

Don’t throw away your shot to learn from the writer and star of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Photo courtesy of the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History/Facebook

IMPROVISE: Recipes With Chef Stephanie Nass

Send this NYC caterer and cook a picture of your pantry and she’ll design your own special meal!

Photo courtesy of Chefanie/Facebook

LISTEN: To Rockwood’s Livestreams

Tune in to this Lower East Side music hall’s Instagram for free concerts each night, then consider making a donation to support the artists and staff.

LISTEN: Ridgewood’s Nowadays Goes Virtual

Watch NYC’s most-talked-about DJs spin their best sets during the venue’s nightly concerts.

Photo collage by Sayaka Ueno


Don’t go stir-crazy! The experts at What Should We Do are here to help.