Inspired by Carlo Goldoni's commedia classic The Servant of Two Masters, Richard Bean's One Man, Two Guvnors stars James Corden (The History Boys) as butler Francis Henshall, a manservant pulled between two bosses — and his own voracious appetite. Set in swinging-'60s England where jazz, rock and pop were fusing together, the score includes a "skiffle" element that uses disparate musical instruments (bicycle horns, anyone?) and found objects to flavor the original music by Grant Olding. Tony winner Nicholas Hytner (The History Boys, London's War Horse) directs. The first Broadway performance of One Man, Two Guvnors is April 6 at the Music Box Theatre. For more on the April 10 release of the original London cast recording, click here.
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