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ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS to Make Broadway Transfer?

Richard Bean's revised version of Carlo Goldini's A Servant of Two Masters, titled: ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS features James Corden in the title role. The production, directed by Nicolas Hynter, currently plays The National Theatre's Lyttleton Theatre.

ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS tells the story of Trffualdino (played by Corden, who received rave reviews when the production opened in May) who is forced to use disguises, wit and lies to keep his two new masters from discovering that he has taken up two seperate serving jobs on the same day.

The Daily Mail reports that after the show finishes its run at the Lyttleton Theatre this fall, it will tour from September 27 through October 29 and make a transfer to London's Adelphi Theatre in mid-November; there are also already talks for the show to make a transfer to Broadway following the success of The National Theatre's War Horse at Sunday's Tony Awards.

The Adelphi Theatre is currently home to Andrew Lloyd Webber's LOVER NEVER DIES, which, the Daily Mail says, will close prior to the transfer.

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