What is Webcast?
Patty's Live Stream is a cost effective way for senior communities to view Patty's performances. Through Live Stream Technology, Patty will now be broadcasting live over the Internet. This gives senior communities across the country the opportunity to see a different program every month, not only when she is traveling through their area of the country.
When you purchase a show or show package on behalf of your community, we encourage you to share the password throughout your CCRC, assisted living or health care community so that these Live Stream programs can be viewed by individuals on their computer screens or connected to a projector for larger audiences.
For the past 15 years, Patty has traveled throughout New England, the East Coast and Midwest bringing her one-woman history musicals and musical tributes to CCRCs, senior audiences and Retirement Communities. Specifically targeting these communities for whom Patty has been performing for the past 15 years, Saltbox Productions is excited about providing an affordable programming opportunity every first Friday of the month!
$25 per show
Unlimited viewers and users
within your community!
December. 6, 2019, 2pm
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Patty's 2019 / 2020
Live Stream Season
June - December, 2019
January - June, 2020
A Tribute to Rogers & Hammerstein, Part 2
June 7, 2019, 2pm
Part 2 – Rogers & Kern & Hammerstein – Songs & Stories through 1945 While Richard Rogers was collaborating with Lorenz Hart, Oscar Hammerstein was making his own mark on Broadway working with various composers, particularly, with Jerome Kern with whom he wrote Showboat, now considered a masterpiece in American Musical History. In Part 2 – Rogers & Kern & Hammerstein Patty focuses on the early career of Oscar Hammerstein and his work through his early shows with Richard Rodgers. Songs include, Make Believe, Why Do I Love You, All the Things You Are, and selections from Oklahoma, State Fair and Carousel.
A Tribute to Rogers & Hammerstein, Part 3
July 5, 2019, 2pm
Part 3 – Rodgers & Hammerstein & The Golden Age of the American Musical – 1949 through 1959.With the opening of South Pacific in 1949, Rodgers & Hammerstein were at the peak of their collaboration during the height of the Golden Age of the American Musical. In Part 3 of her Rodgers & Hammerstein Tribute, Patty shares songs, stories and trivia focusing on 1949 through 1959, the decade that included South Pacific, The King & I, Flower Drum Song and The Sound of Music.
AUGUST 2, 2019
1948 Songs & Nostalgia
Harry Truman was President, the Cleveland Indians won the World Series and Pez Candy dispenser was invented. Movie Theatres were premiering Easter Parade, I Remember Mama, Key Largo and The Snake Pit.
Songs that topped the Billboard charts included, There’s a Tree In the Meadow Margaret Whiting), You call Everybody Darlin (Patti Page), and I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover (Tiny Hill and the Hilltoppers). Cole Porter’s Kiss me Kateand Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman opened on Broadway.
It’s a fun new Live Stream format with Patty Carver sharing trivia & stories about people, events and pop culture of that unforgettable year… Songs and Nostalgia of 1948!
SEPTEMBER 6, 2019
1950 – Songs & Nostalgia
With WWII and the great depression in the rear view mirror, American families were pursuing the American Dream. It was a gentler time when the milkman still delivered to the doorstep, NBC’s Texaco Star Theatre was the top television showand a loaf of bread cost 14 cents! Songs that topped the Billboard charts included, Mona Lisa (Nat King Cole), Good Night Irene (The Weavers), Music, Music, Music! (Theresa Brewer). The top movies were All About Eve, Sunset Boulevard, Annie Get Your Gun and Summer Stock. Frank Loesser’s Guys & Dolls opened on Broadway and to top it all off, credit card were invented! Join Patty Carver for her September Live Stream as she revisits 1950 through songs, trivia and stories, about people, events and pop culture of that unforgettable year!
OCTOBER 4, 2019
Angela Lansbury, A Life in Entertainment
With a career spanning eight decades, Angela Lansbury is an entertainment icon with a legendary career.
After appearing in movies including Gaslight in 1944, The Portrait of Dorian Gray in 1945 and The Manchurian Candidate in 1962, Lansbury finally gained stardom in 1966 playing the leading role in the Broadway musical Mame. She has gone on to play an array of roles on stage and screen in musicals including SweeneyTodd, Gypsyand Disney films. She achieved worldwide fame as fictional writer/sleuth, Jessica Fletcher in the whodunit series, Murder She Wrote, which ran from 1984 until 1996, becoming one of the longest-running and most popular detective drama series in television history.
Through stories and songs, join Patty Carver in a tribute to this legendary entertainment icon in a celebration Angela Lansbury’s amazing career!
NOVEMBER 1, 2019
1954 Songs & Nostalgia
A gallon of gas was 22 cents, I Love Lucy was the most popular TV Show, Pajama Game opened on Broadway, Eisenhower was President and the New York Yankees won the world Series… again! Join Patty on a trip down memory lane with songs, trivia and lots of Nostalgia from 1954! Songs include: Secret Love, Hey There, This Old House and Young at Heart, just to name a few!
DECEMBER 6, 2019
Holiday Songs & Nostalgia
It’s a Holiday Cabaret! Did you know… Let It Snow was written to stay cool on one of the hottest days of the summer, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer was inspired by a children’s coloring book and Jingle Bells was written in a pub! Join Patty as she shares, holiday stories, trivia and nostalgia along with favorite seasonal songs including I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm, Sleigh Ride, Silver Bells and I’ll be Home for Christmas – just to name a few! Holiday Songs & Nostalgia is the perfect way to celebrate holiday season!
JANUARY 3, 2020
Dorothy Fields, An American Female Songwriter
It's impossible to discuss early Hollywood and Broadway hits without including Dorothy Fields' work as a lyricist and yet, she is often written out of space occupied by the men who were her contemporaries. Yet Fields wrote over 400 songs between 1928 and 1973, making her one of the biggest and yet, largely unacknowledged lyricists of the 20th century.
Join Patty in a tribute to the career Dorothy Fields, in particular her collaboration with Jerome Kern. Songs Include The Way You Look Tonight, Nobody Does It Like Me, On the Sunny Side of the Street, I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, I Won’t Dance and Pick Yourself Up (Dust Yourself Off and Start All Over Again)
FEBRUARY 7, 2020
As a singer, actress and entertainer Judy Garland’s career is unparalleled, having been heralded as the greatest entertainer of the 20thCentury.
Join Patty Carver as she salutes Judy Garland in a musical tribute that focuses on the Vaudeville influence on her career. When many said her best years were behind her, Judy Garland proved them all wrong by bringing her great talent back to live audiences, drawing on her experience as a child entertainer on the Vaudeville circuit. During her “Concert Years,” in venues such as The Palladium, Carnegie Hall and The Palace, Judy Garland gave performances that have been hailed as the greatest nights in show business history.
Songs include, Zing Went the Strings of My Heart, You Made Me Love You, Over the Rainbow, Smile, How About You, Get Happy and The Man That Got Away.
MARCH 6, 2020
This Old Hat, Susan B. Anthony - Suffragist
APRIL 3, 2020
Sentimental Journey, The Music of Doris Day
Patty Carver presents a delightful and entertaining tribute to the music of Doris Day!
From Doris Day’s best known hits such as Sentimental Journey, Secret Love & Que Sera, Sera to pop hits such as Everybody Loves a Lover and It’s Magic, Patty offers a program filled with, tidbits of trivia and lots of happy nostalgia!
As the lead performer in Definitely Doris, The Music of Doris Day (New York, Boston, London & Los Angeles), Patty brings her unique perspective to Doris Day’s music, having been given the nod of approval by Doris day herself!
So get ready to sing along and enjoy some musical memories with Patty Carver’s presentation of “Sentimental Journey, The Music of Doris Day.”
MAY 1, 2020
1952, Songs and Nostalgia
A gallon of gas was 20 cents, a pound of hamburger, 53 cents, Singing in the Rainpremiered at Radio City Music Hall and Mr. Potato Head was invented! Americans were prospering and persuing the American dream. Wonderful Townopened on Broadway and the New York Yankees won the world Series… again! Join Patty on a trip down memory lane with songs, trivia and lots of Nostalgia from that memorable year! Songs include: Auf Weiderseh'n Sweetheart, You Belong to Me, Wheel of Fortune
JUNE 5, 2020
The Music of Jerome Kern
Join Patty Carver to Celebrate the Music of Jerome Kern!
He wrote more than 700 songs, for Broadway shows and Hollywood Films, and collaborated with many of the leading librettists and lyricists of his era, including Guy Bolton, P. G. Wodehouse, Otto Harbach, Oscar Hammerstein II, Dorothy Fields, Johnny Mercer, Ira Gershwin
JULY 2, 2020
Irving Berlin, A Patriotic Tribute
AUGUST 5, 2020
Patty's 2018 / 2019
Live Stream Season
Doris Day: Her Movies and Music
June 1, 2018, 2pm
Patty recounts important moments in the legendary Doris Day's life and career. Through her music and an inside look at her movies. A heart-warming sentimental journey celebrating America'a Sweetheart.
Irving Berlin, A Patriotic Tribute
July 6, 2018, 2pm
A musical tribute to one the greatest song writers in American History! With an emphasis on his patriotic music, this cabaret style program includes projections, live music and special guests!
August 3, 2018, 2pm
A musical tribute to the great Mary Martin, with projections …and a special guest!
September 7, 2018, 2pm
A cabaret style musical tribute with projections and live music.
October 5, 2018, 2pm
A Cabaret style musical tribute.
November 2, 2018, 2pm
A Cabaret style program celebrating the works and music of one of the greats!
December 7, 2018, 2pm
A Cabaret style program with Live Music and projections and guests!
January 4, 2019, 2pm
A cabaret style musical tribute
with Patty Carver’s Songbook Trio
February 1, 2019, 2pm
Volume I - This Old Hat Series – Women of American History, Musical Theatre style! A living history presentation unlike any other! With projections.
March 1, 2019, 2pm
Volume III - This Old Hat Series – Women of American History, Musical Theatre style! A living history presentation unlike any other!
Perfect for March, Women in History Month!
March 15, 2019, 2pm
A special event on the 3rd Friday of the month in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day!!
April 5, 2019, 2pm
Her birthday is in April, so we’re presenting and encore tribute of Patty Carver’s most requested Musical Tribute!
May 3, 2019, 2pm
Known as one of the greatest collaborations of all time, in 1943 Rogers & Hammerstein initiated the Golden Age of American Musical. Part 1 includes songs & stories through 1945. such as My Funny Valentine, Manhattan and The Lady is a Tramp, as well as hits from Rogers & Hammerstein’s early Broadway hits – Oklahoma (1943) and Carousel (1945).