The companies at local Atlanta theatres might have closed their doors, but behind those doors, they keep producing new content for us to enjoy.

Over the last few weeks, Stage Door Players has been rallying favorite stars to perform uplifting songs in its “Stay at Home” concert series. Featuring hits from musicals like The King and I, Into the Woods, as well as non-theatre songs, the company has made eight videos in the series so far.

Check them all out below!

“Something Wonderful” from The King and I, sung by Kelly Martin

SOMETHING WONDERFUL from The King and I

Stage Door Players' Stay at Home Concert Series featuring some of our favorite performers from seasons past.First up Musical Director Nick Silvestri accompanies Kelly Martin (Grand Night For Singing, Lend Me a Tenor, High Society) singing SOMETHING WONDERFUL from The King and I. #stayhome #staysafe #staypositive

Posted by Stage Door Players on Monday, April 20, 2020

“No One is Alone” from Into the Woods, sung by Greg Hunter

NO ONE IS ALONE from Into The Woods

Stage Door Players' Stay at Home Concert Series featuring some of our favorite performers from seasons past.Day Two:Greg Hunter (Kiss Me, Kate, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee) singing NO ONE IS ALONE from Into The Woods#sdpstayhome #staysafe #staypositive

Posted by Stage Door Players on Tuesday, April 21, 2020

“Best Part,” sung by Melissa “Lola” Youngblood

Best Part

Stage Door Players' Stay at Home Concert Series featuring some of our favorite performers from seasons past.Day Three: Melissa "Lola" Youngblood (Ain't Misbehavin) singing Best Part.#sdpstayhome #staysafe #staypositive

Posted by Stage Door Players on Wednesday, April 22, 2020

“Help is on the Way,” sung by Ritchie Crownfield

Help Is On The Way

Stage Door Players' Stay at Home Concert Series featuring some of our favorite performers from seasons past.Day Four: Ritchie Crownfield (Kiss Me, Kate, Annie Get Your Gun) singing HELP IS ON THE WAY#sdpstayhome #staysafe #staypositive

Posted by Stage Door Players on Thursday, April 23, 2020

“At Last,” sung by Alyssa Michelle

AT LAST by Etta James

Stage Door Players' Stay at Home Concert Series featuring some of our favorite performers from seasons past.Day Five: Alyssa Michelle (Ain't Misbehavin) singing AT LAST by Etta James.#sdpstayhome #staysafe #staypositive

Posted by Stage Door Players on Friday, April 24, 2020

“You Took Advantage of Me,” sung by Kathleen McCook

YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME

Stage Door Players' Stay at Home Concert Series featuring some of our favorite performers from seasons past.Day Six: Kathleen McCook (And the World Goes Round, Company, High Society, Christmas Ceilidh) singing YOU TOOK ADVANTAGE OF ME. #sdpstayhome #staysafe #staypositive

Posted by Stage Door Players on Monday, April 27, 2020

“Disneyland” from Smile, sung by Lyndsay Ricketson

DISNEYLAND

Stage Door Players' Stay at Home Concert Series featuring some of our favorite performers from seasons past.Day Seven: Lyndsay Ricketson (Kiss Me, Kate, Smokey Joe's Cafe) singing DISNEYLAND. #sdpstayhome #staysafe #staypositive

Posted by Stage Door Players on Tuesday, April 28, 2020

“Hold On” from The Secret Garden, sung by Sarah Cave

Hold On from The Secret Garden

Stage Door Players' Stay at Home Concert Series featuring some of our favorite performers from seasons past.Day Eight: Sarah Cave (The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Christmas Ceilidh) singing HOLD ON from The Secret Garden. #sdpstayhome #staysafe #staypositive

Posted by Stage Door Players on Wednesday, April 29, 2020

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A writer with a passion for building relationships and telling people's stories, Sally Henry Fuller is a performing arts journalist. She has had the privilege of interviewing both local theatre professionals and multi-award-winning celebrities including Carol Burnett, Matthew Morrison, Vanessa Williams, Josh Gad, and Taylor Hicks. With theatre journalism experience since 2011, her work has also been featured on BroadwayWorld.com, the Huffington Post, and the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival.

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