Is Musical Theater Made for Small-Screen Consumption on the Horizon?
and here and there shows with even the most relentless fan bases can't exactly explore such a hop. In any case, shouldn't something be said about the exchange from stage… to screen? Is Broadway prepared to be devoured from the solace of your lounge chair? Netflix considers so. In December, the spilling goliath adjusted one of the last exhibitions of Springsteen on Broadway—Bruce Springsteen's restricted commitment appear at the Walter Kerr Theater—into a film, discharged the day after the show shut. In February, Netflix created what star Kerry Washington called a "motion picture/play crossover" of American Son, which started shooting soon after the play completed its keep running at the Booth Theater. What's more, simply a month ago, it was reported that two Broadway demonstrates are being adjusted into highlight films by Netflix: The Boys in the Band, a play that ran the previous summer with a ritzy cast, and The Prom, which got seven Tony selections (counting Best Musical). On the off chance that the pattern proceeds, this could mean enormous things as far as Broadway's availability. Individuals who can't bear the cost of expensive tickets, don't live in New York City or can't catch seats to a sold-out show (ahem, Hamilton) could at last watch not-live-but rather nearly theater from their living.
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