- 1 What plays are the National Theatre streaming?
- 2 Is the Olivier Theatre a thrust stage?
- 3 Can I watch National Theatre at home on my TV?
- 4 What type of stage is the Olivier Theatre?
- 5 Is National Theatre live free?
- 6 Can I watch National Theatre on YouTube?
- 7 How big is the Olivier Theatre stage?
- 8 How many seats does the National Theatre have?
- 9 Why are thrust stages good?
- 10 How can I watch the National Theatre in Romeo and Juliet?
- 11 How can I watch Yerma?
- 12 Is the National Theatre closing?
- 13 Who runs National Theatre?
- 14 What does the National Theatre do?
- 15 How is the National Theatre funded?
What plays are the National Theatre streaming?
You can watch National Theatre plays Amadeus, Angels In America Parts One and Two, Chewing Gum Dreams, Consent, Julie, Medea, Othello, Phedre, The Cherry Orchard, The Comedy of Errors and The Deep Blue Sea as well as Coriolanus from the Donmar Warehouse, All My Sons from The Old Vic and Headlong, Yerma and Cat on a
Is the Olivier Theatre a thrust stage?
The theatres are: The Olivier, with a modified thrust stage and seating 1,160; The Lyttelton, with a flexible proscenium stage and 890 seats and The Cottesloe which is a flexible courtyard space with seating galleries around three sides and a central space for audience or performer, seating is between 200 and 400
Can I watch National Theatre at home on my TV?
What is National Theatre at Home? It’s available worldwide and can be watched on any internet-connected device through web browser, or on the National Theatre at Home app via iOS, Android, Amazon Fire or Roku TV. You can watch play recordings from National Theatre Live and the National Theatre Archive.
What type of stage is the Olivier Theatre?
The Olivier Theatre takes its name from the first artistic director of the National Theatre, Laurence Olivier. The auditorium was designed to resemble the theatre at Epidaurus in Greece, with the seating arranged in a fan-like fashion around a circular stage.
Is National Theatre live free?
The plays streaming for free on YouTube were filmed live on stage by National Theatre Live which is the broadcast arm of the National Theatre. You will be able to see our plays back on cinema screens soon, when it is safe to do so, and some are announcing screening dates now – visit ntlive.com to find out where.
Can I watch National Theatre on YouTube?
Audiences around the world can stream NT Live productions for free via YouTube, and students and teachers have access to The National Theatre Collection at home, delivered in partnership with Bloomsbury Publishing.
How big is the Olivier Theatre stage?
The Olivier Theatre is the largest of the three theatres at the National. It can accommodate 1,150 people in its fan-shaped auditorium, and 2,000 years of drama on its open stage.
How many seats does the National Theatre have?
Named after the theatre’s first artistic director, Laurence Olivier, this is the main auditorium, modelled on the ancient Greek theatre at Epidaurus; it has an open stage and a fan-shaped audience seating area for 1160 people.
Why are thrust stages good?
A thrust has the benefit of greater intimacy between performers and the audience than a proscenium, while retaining the utility of a backstage area. Entrances onto a thrust are most readily made from backstage, although some theatres provide for performers to enter through the audience using vomitory entrances.
How can I watch the National Theatre in Romeo and Juliet?
It is now available to watch online any time with a NOW TV entertainment pass or Sky subscription. It then premiered in the US at 9pm on Friday 23 April on PBS and is now avaiable to watch in the USA on the PBS Video app.
How can I watch Yerma?
For unlimited access to all our plays, new plays every month and exclusive extras, subscribe to National Theatre at Home. A production from the Young Vic.
Is the National Theatre closing?
National Theatre to remain closed until 30 June 2020.
Who runs National Theatre?
Successors to Peter Hall as Director of the National Theatre have been Richard Eyre from 1988 to 1997, Trevor Nunn from 1997 to 2003, Nicholas Hytner from 2003 to 2015, and Rufus Norris from April 2015.
What does the National Theatre do?
The National Theatre’s mission is to make world-class theatre, for everyone. We create and share unforgettable stories with audiences across the UK and around the world – whether on our stages on London’s South Bank, on tour, in schools, on cinema screens, or streaming at home.
How is the National Theatre funded?
The NT receives a regular grant from Arts Council England of £16.7m each year. Grants allow us to tour our work around the country, run our learning and participation programmes, to protect our lowest ticket prices, and to invest in the development of new work and world-leading artists.