One Man, Two Guvnors Broadway Show
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James Corden (The History Boys) stars as a harried young man trying to keep up with two shady employers in this hysterical comedy that arrives on Broadway following a hit run in London.
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Working for both an East End gangster and a killer in hiding, Francis Henshall does his best to manage the convoluted dealings of each master.
David Ryan Smith
Nicholas Hytner (Direction)
Mark Thompson (Set and Costume Design)
Cal McCrystal (Physical Comedy Direction)
Mark Henderson (Lighting Design)
Paul Arditti (Sound Design)
Richard Bean (Playwright)
Carlo Goldoni (Original Author)
Summary Working for a killer in hiding while also in the employ of an East End gangster, Francis Henshall is doing his best to keep up with crazy and convoluted dealings of each of his bad-guy bosses.
Age Tweens and Up. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Farce usually has to come with a warning label since it's a style of comedy that not everyone appreciates these days. But if you can get a laugh from broad physical comedy, slamming doors, cross-dressing, larger-than-life characters, bizarre non-sequiturs, and other assorted forms of silliness, One Man, Two Guvnors is likely to give you plenty of belly laughs. James Corden gives a star turn as the easily-confused (and very hungry) young man attempting to serve two bosses, and he's accompanied by a strong cast, notably Oliver Chris as a preppy oddball and Tom Edden as an 80-something waiter who keeps falling down the stairs.