March 30, 2015

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Highlights From One Man, Two Guvnors on Broadway

Inspired by Carlo Goldoni's 18th-century commedia-style classic The Servant of Two Masters, Richard Bean's London hit One Man, Two Guvnors makes its American premiere on Broadway with most of its original National Theatre troupe intact. James Corden (The History Boys) stars as easily-confused butler Francis Henshall, who is pulled between two different bosses and his own voracious appetite. Set in swinging-'60s England, the raucous comedy breaks the fourth wall with its pratfalls, spit-takes, flying food, mistaken identity, audience interaction and original rock 'n' roll songs performed by a live band (and, eventually, by everyone!). Nicholas Hytner (Carousel) directs at the Music Box Theatre. For more on the show, click here. To see the show's Playbill, click here.




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