London’s National Theatre Is Streaming Free Plays With Huge Stars
The highbrow entertainment options continue to grow thanks to London's National Theatre, which has your chance to catch some big award winners on stage.
So far, musical lovers have had the chance to enjoy Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic "The Phantom of the Opera" and its sequel right from the comfort of our homes, now, non-musical lovers something to enjoy, too.
England's National Theatre's "National Theatre At Home" is streaming free performances starring some pretty big stars.
Starting tomorrow, Thursday, April 30th, they'll be streaming 2010's "Frankenstein", starring Academy Award winner Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller (you probably know him best from the CBS series "Elementary").
Both Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller won an Olivier Award (England's equivalent to a Tony Award) for their performances.
"Frankenstein" will be available to stream until May 8th.
Next, Oscar nominee Ralph Fiennes takes the stage in Shakespeare's "Anthony and Cleopatra", which will start streaming on May 8th.
You can click here to stay up to date on the National Theatre's YouTube page, which is where they'll be posting the shows.