The National Theatre and Bristol Old Vic's 2017 production of Jane Eyre is now available to stream on National Theatre At Home.
Based on the Charlotte Brontë novel, Jane Eyre debuted at the National Theatre in 2017 in a production devised by its original company, led by director Sally Cookson. The production also features music by Benji Bower, scenic design by Michael Vale, costume design by Katie Sykes, lighting design by Aideen Malone, sound design by Dominic Bilkey, and movement by Dan Canham. Bridget Cladwell has directed the production for the screen.
Madeleine Worrall leads the cast in the title role, opposite Craig Edwards as Mr. Brocklehurst/Pilot/Mason, Laura Elphinstone as Helen Burns/Adele/St. John/Grace/Pool/Abbo, Felix Hayes as Rochester, Melanie Marshall as Bertha Mason, Simone Saunders as Bessie/Blanche Ingram/Diana Rivers, and Maggie Tagney as Mrs. Reed/Mrs. Fairfax. The production also features musicians Benji Bower, Will Bower, and Phil King.
National Theatre At Home streams productions from the Olivier-winning London theatre, with a catalog comprising both NTLive broadcasts, many of which originally were shown live in movie theatres; and archival tapings available to the public for the first time via the streamer. Available to theatregoers worldwide, the service's catalog includes Gillian Anderson in All About Eve and A Streetcar Named Desire, Marianne Elliott's Tony-nominated Angels in America starring Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane, Frankenstein starring Benedict Cumberbatch, and more. Visit NTAtHome.com.