Streaming How-To

Download and print the instructions HERE. For additional questions, email


If you plan to watch on your phone, tablet, or computer:

Simply click the YouTube link sent in your performance reminder email. This will automatically open the YouTube website in your internet browser.


If you plan to watch on your TV:

Download the free YouTube app on your tablet, phone, or Smart TV before attempting the steps below.

Make sure your TV is on and the correct input is selected.

From a Computer, Phone, or Tablet Using a Casting Device (Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire, Roku)

  1. Click the Youtube link in your performance reminder email on your phone or tablet.
  2. Tap Cast (the rectangle icon with Wi-Fi bars at the top of YouTube). A list of supported devices will appear.
  3. Tap the TV or streaming device. You will now see YouTube on your TV screen. 
      • To enable or disable closed captions, tap your phone or tablet screen while a video is playing, tap the menu (the three dots at the top-right corner), then toggle Captions on or off.

From a Computer Using Google Chrome and Chromecast

  1. Open Google Chrome. 
  2. Click the YouTube link in your performance reminder email on your computer.
  3. Click the menu (the three dots at the top-right corner of Chrome).
  4. Click Cast… on the menu. Chrome will now search for compatible devices.
  5. Select your TV Chromecast device and click Play. You will now see your Chrome window on your TV screen.

From an iPhone, iPad, or Mac Using AirPlay

Click HERE for detailed instructions from Apple. 

From a Computer Using and HDMI Cord

  1. Locate an available HDMI port on your TV. These ports are usually labeled “HDMI.” If there is more than one port, each will be labeled with a number (e.g., HDMI 1, HDMI 2). 

2. Connect one end of the cable to your laptop’s HDMI port. 

      • You should only be able to insert the HDMI plug into the port in one direction. Never force the cable plug into the port since doing so could damage both the cord and the device.

3. Connect the other end of the cable to the TV’s HDMI port. If your TV has multiple HDMI ports, take note of the HDMI port number you’re using.

4. Turn on the TV and switch to the HDMI source on your TV. Use the SOURCE or INPUT button on your TV or remote to select the HDMI port. You’ll usually have to press it a few times until you reach the right port number. Once you reach the correct source, you should see the device’s image on the screen.

5. Click the Youtube link in your performance reminder email on your laptop. It should now be playing on your TV. 

6. Configure your computer’s audio to route through the TV.

      • Mac: Navigate to Apple menu > System Preferences > Sound > Output and select your TV or HDMI output.
      • Windows: Right-click the volume icon in the system tray (next to the clock), select Sound Settings, and select your computer’s default audio device, often called Speakers (High Definition Audio), from the “Choose your output device” menu.


Test It Out:

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