What is Video on Demand?
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Patty's Video on Demand is a cost effective way for senior communities to view Patty's performances. Through ON DEMAND technology (like Netflix, Hulu, etc), Patty is now offering her shows over the Internet so you can show them to the community on your campus on your schedule! This gives senior communities across the country the opportunity to see a different program anytime, not only when she is traveling through their area of the country.
When you purchase a show, we encourage you to share the password throughout your CCRC, assisted living or health care campus so that these filmed programs can be viewed by individuals on their computer screens or connected to a projector for larger audiences. Each purchase allows eight views (partial or full), on as many different devices as you would like for one full week within your campus. Play though streaming, YouTube or get a DVD. Patty will even do a private LIVE online show specifically for your senior community at a time and day of your choosing!
For the past 20 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. Saltbox Productions is excited about providing an affordable programming opportunity to be viewed at your convenience!
to pay with a credit card and get a password.
$35 per show
8 views (full or partial)
within your community...
FOR 7 DAYS!
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Video streaming gets best results if you use a hard wired internet connection.
Songs for the Soul I
In these unprecedented times, it’s heartening to revisit the hymns and songs of praise that we all know and love. In a program filled with stories about the composers, lyricists and history of this timeless music, join Patty Carver as she shares some of her favorite inspirational songs and popular spiritual hymns. Songs include: Be Not Afraid, Amazing Grace, In Christ Alone, Be Thou My Vision, How Great Thou Art and How Can I Keep From Singing. They’re songs of joy, hope and love… They’re songs for the soul!
Songs for the Soul II
By popular demand, I am proud to present Songs for the Soul II. As spring approaches and COVID restraints (hopefully) begin to lessen, Songs for the Soul II is an uplifting, musical program packed with popular inspirational songs and hymns of faith. Presented in Patty Carver’s trademark cabaret style, Songs for the Soul II is also filled with stories about the composers, lyricists and history of these songs we all know and love. So sing along (lyrics are posted for many of the songs) and celebrate the coming of spring and better days ahead with Patty Carver and Songs for the Soul II! Songs include: Morning Has Broken, In the Garden, That Old Rugged Cross, It Is Well With My Soul, Be Thou My Vision, Just As I Am and more!
A Valentine's Day Cabaret
Some love it, some hate it, others ignore it, but like it or not it’s here! And as commercial as Valentine’s Day has become, everything about February 14th… from the cards & candy, to cupid & roses all have very real historical roots, dating all the way back to 270 AD. So put on your favorite red sweater and celebrate with Patty Carver in an hour-long cabaret filled with Valentine’s stories, history, tidbits and of course, lots of Great American Songbook Standards in celebration of this holiday of love! Plus, join Patty at her house in an exclusive segment where she shares her own special recipe for 6 pounds of Valentine’s Day Fudge!
Songs include, Nice Work if You Can Get It, P.S. I Love You, Let’s Call the Whole Thing, I’ve Got a Crush on You, L-O-V-E, Dream A Little Dream of Me, I Can’t Give You Anything But Love and more!
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 Carver as she shares holiday stories and nostalgia along with favorite songs including I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm, Sleigh Ride, Silver Bells and Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas, just to name a few! For extra Holiday fun, take a walk down Main, Street in Essex, CT and experience the beautiful seasonal decorations. Also, join Patty at her house and learn how to make authentic, Old English Wassail! As we stay socially distanced and safe, A Holiday Cabaret is an ideal virtual option for your community and the perfect way to celebrate holiday season!
Irving Berlin, A Patriotic Tribute!
Perfect for Memorial Day! Celebrate Memorial Day with one of Patty’s most popular musical tributes! Known as one of the greatest songwriters in American History, Irving Berlin has written some of the most popular songs of all time. With hummable melodies and uplifting lyrics, Irvin Berlin’s goal was to "reach the heart of the average American," whom he saw as the "real soul of the country.” Irving Berlin's music is uniquely American and will, no doubt, be sung by many generations to come. Join Patty Carver as she shares patriotic favorites, popular hits and stories of Irving Berlin’s life & career. Celebrate Memorial Day with the music of one of the greatest American songwriters of all time! Songs include: Alexander’s Ragtime Band, Oh How I Hate To Get Up In the Morning, Always, This Is the Army, There’s No Business Like Show Business, and God Bless America, just to name a few!
During this crazy time, what better way to lift our spirits then with a collection of uplifting and positive songs! Join Patty Carver as she sings some of her favorites including, You’ve Gotta Accentuate the Positive, Look for the Silver Lining, How Can I Keep From Singing and Smile… just to name a few! Presented in Patty’s popular “cabaret style” and filled with stories and nostalgia, Spring Inspiration is a timely, uplifting and inspirational program sure to be enjoyed by all!
Doris Day: Sentimental Journey
Patty recounts important moments in the life and career of her dear friend, the legendary Doris Day. Through her music and an inside look at her movies - from before her time with Les Brown through her dedicated work with animals in Carmel, CA.
A heart-warming sentimental journey celebrating America'a Sweetheart.
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.
Patriots of Liberty, Women in American History
Noted Women of American History – Musical Theatre Style! This Old Hat, Patriots of Liberty is a one woman, tour de force musical showcasing unique stories of famous American Women. Created and performed by Patty Carver, Patriots of Liberty features the stories of the following noted American Women: Betsy Ross tells the story of her unique contribution to the first American Flag; Deborah Sampson tells the story of disguising herself as a man to fight in the Revolutionary War; Elizabeth Cady Stanton talks of Dress Reform, her part in the Women's Suffrage Movement and her contemporary, Harriet Tubman; Amelia Earhart tells the story of her solo fight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1932. Historically correct, entertaining and filled with music, This Old Hat, Patriots of Liberty will delight, entertain and inform your audience of great women of American History.
With a career spanning eight decades, and still going strong, Angela Lansbury is a show business icon.
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 & screen in Broadway Musicals including SweeneyTodd, Gypsyand Blythe Spiritas well as numerous Disney films. She achieved worldwide fame as Jessica Fletcher in Murder She Wrote, 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 the legendary career of Angela Lansbury!
1948, Songs & Nostalgia!
Harry Truman was President, the Cleveland Indians won the World Series and the 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, You call Everybody Darlin,and I’m Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover. Cole Porter’s Kiss me Kateand Arthur Miller’s, Death of a Salesmanopened on Broadway.
Join Patty Carver as she shares trivia & stories about people, events and pop culture of that unforgettable year… 1948!
1950, Songs and 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 Theatrewas the top television showand a loaf of bread cost 14 cents! Songs that topped the Billboard charts included, Mona Lisa, Good Night Irene and Music, Music, Music!. Hit 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, the credit card was invented!
Join Patty Carver as she shares songs, trivia, stories and nostalgia of that unforgettable year… 1950!
1954 Songs and Nostalgia!
A gallon of gas was 22 cents, I Love Lucywas the most popular TV Show, Pajama Gameopened on Broadway and Eisenhower was President. Hit songs included Secret Love, Hey There, Papa Loves Mambo, Cross Over the Bridge and Young at Heart. It was the Golden Age of the “Crooners” including Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and Nat King Cole, but a new talent was emerging in the music world. Elvis Presley was about to rock them all!
Join Patty Carver on a trip down memory lane with songs, trivia and Nostalgia from that unforgettable year… 1954!
An Irish Cabaret!
It’s an Irish Cabaret! Join Patty Carver in an hour filled with Irish music, trivia and toasts! Sing-a-long to Irish classics including Oh Danny Boy, Molly Mallone, Who threw the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy’s Chowder and The Unicorn, just to name a few! So get your Irish on and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Patty’s Irish Cabaret!And… May your ships never be bottoms up! Filmed for St. Patrick's Day, March, 2020!