National Theatre's Nation Is Broadcast Live from London Jan. 30

News   National Theatre's Nation Is Broadcast Live from London Jan. 30
The National Theatre's world-premiere production of Terry Pratchett's Nation is broadcast in the New York area Jan. 30.

Part of the NT Live initiative, the live performance of Nation is screened locally at New York's Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Skirball Center for the Performing Arts and Time and Space Hudson at 2 PM. Melly Still directs Mark Ravenhill's adaptation of the work that features David Ajala, Gaye Brown, Gary Carr, Paul Chahidi, Elaine Claxton, Adrian Decosta, Mike Denman, Lorna Gayle, Nancy Wei George, Howard Gossington, Tony Hasnath, Rob Hastie, Michelle Lukes, Nick Malinowski, Michael Mears, Itxaso Moreno, Al Nedjari, Nicholas Rowe, Sirine Saba, Gurpreet Singh, Craig Stein, David Sterne, Emily Taaffe and Jason Thorpe.

According to press notes, "The year is 1860, and a devastating tsunami has stranded young Daphne on a strange island a thousand miles from her comfortable homestead. She soon encounters Mau, a native islander, whose village has been destroyed in the disaster. Together, they must teach each other and the villagers how to survive against the elements, fend off local enemies, and overcome their own differences."

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