James Corden in ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ to Kick Off NT Live Free Programming

For the first time since the National’s filmed productions began playing in movie theaters in 2009, gems from NT Live’s extensive library will be made available for home streaming. Responding to the unprecedented blackout of live theater in London, New York and elsewhere, Britain’s National Theatre today announced the launch of National Theatre at Home, making HD films from its extensive NT Live library available free on a dedicated YouTube channel. The initiative kicks off April 2 with Richard Bean’s One Man, Two Guvnors, a rollicking update of Carlo Goldoni’s commedia dell’arte classic, The Servant of Two Masters, relocated to the English seaside town of Brighton in 1963. James Corden won the 2012 Tony Award for best actor in a play for his rambunctious performance as a shameless opportunist in the Nicholas Hytner production, which played smash-hit runs in London and on Broadway. The Hollywood Reporter last week anticipated the news that the National was exploring options to make its productions available to starved theater lovers during the enforced live-performance venue shutdown prompted by the coronavirus pandemic.  NT live has been producing HD performance captures of acclaimed productions on the National’s South Bank stages, in the West End and elsewhere since 2009, amassing… Read full this story

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