Although this is not an exhaustive list by any means, below are some suggestions for how to satisfy your literary cravings while staying at home:
The National Emergency Library is offering nearly 1.5 million books accessible for free online. Read this article for more information.
Audible has made some of its childrens books free and they've included a few dozen works of classic literature. Visit their site to browse their titles.
The National Theatre in London is going to stream a free play every Thursday night, beginning with James Cordon in One Man, Two Guvnors, followed by Jane Eyre, Treasure Island, and Twelfth Night. Read this article for more information.
Support the local American Shakespeare Center (in Staunton, VA - home to the Blackfriars Playhouse) by streaming Much Ado About Nothing, Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, and A King and No King. Streaming tickets start at $10. Visit their site for more information.
You can also pay to stream recorded productions from London's Globe Theatre, including performances by Mark Rylance and Stephen Fry in Twelfth Night, and Jonathan Pryce in The Merchant of Venice. Read this article for more information.
Watch the Folger Theatre's production of Macbeth free online through July 1st. Visit their site for more information.
Get your free daily dose of Shakespeare from Patrick Stewart, who is reading a sonnet a day. Read this article for more information.