Friday, May 08, 2020

National Theatre To Live Stream Past Productions During The Month Of May

Let's face it. There hasn't been a lot to celebrate lately theatre fans. It's been almost two months since performers took the stage in New York City. When theatre of any kind will come back is uncertain. All that's certain, is that we have a long road ahead of us before things are back to normal once again. If that's even possible.On the bright side, if there is one I guess, is that we have all been fortunate to be able to see a variety of shows and events that have been both entertaining, as well as provide a little solace during these trying times.

Plus it has raised money for numerous worthwhile organizations as well. In the coming weeks, there will be tons of great shows that can be streamed from the comfort of your own home.Most of which I have written about the last few weeks. However there is one I recently discovered, that I am very excited about. Now the truth is, I have never been to London. Although it's certainly on my bucket list. But until I do, I am thankful that the National Theatre has graciously decided to live stream some of their most critically acclaimed productions of the last few years.

Not only that, but for the first seven days of each show's release, it is free. Listed below are just a few of the shows that are available to view thru the theatre's official YouTube channel. Stay safe everyone, and look out for each other. Until next time theatre fans.

Antony and Cleopatra - Starring Tony Award winner's Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okendo, premiered on May 7.

Barber Shop Chronicles - Premiers on May 14

A Streetcar Named Desire -Starring Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster, premiers on May 21

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