Virtual Programming – A Christmas Carol
1. What is “virtual programming”?
Virtual programming means content that can be experienced from the comfort of your home, using digital technologies—similar to streaming movies or TV shows from Netflix.
2. Can I watch whenever I want?
Yes. A Christmas Carol is available 24/7 through December 31st.
3. Can I pause the show?
Yes. But your access expires 48 hours after you click the link to the stream – just like Amazon.
4. Where/how can I watch virtual programming?
Purchase your virtual ticket from Christmas Carol show page, then use any digital device that is connected to the internet and has an internet browser to watch.
5. How many digital devices can I use to watch virtual shows?
One ticket = one device. Each virtual ticket gives you a unique code to stream the show on your chosen device. Once the show has begun, you cannot switch devices.
6. How do I access the virtual content?
After you purchase your ticket for a virtual event, you will receive an email confirmation that includes a link to view the show. There will be instructions in that email, but the main point is that you need a digital device with a web browser—this could be your smart phone, tablet, laptop, or smart TV.
7. I never got an email!
Did you check your email spam folder? The sender will be from an @commonwealtheatre.org email address.
8. Can I cast the virtual content to my TV?
CLICK HERE for a CNET article with information about connecting your computer to your TV.