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West End concert version of ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ sets streaming release date

Jeremy Jordan reprises his performance as Clyde.

(L-R) Frances Mayli McCann and Jeremy Jordan in the 2022 West End concert staging of “Bonnie & Clyde” (Credit: David M. Benett/Getty Images)

A filmed version of the musical “Bonnie & Clyde” will receive a streaming release. The film, produced by David Treatman, is a live capture of two special concert stagings, directed by Nick Winston, which took place in January 2022 at the West End’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane. “Bonnie & Clyde” will be available to stream on demand beginning on June 24 at 9:00 a.m. ET. Tickets can now be purchased.

The film features Tony Award nominee Jeremy Jordan as Clyde, the role he played in the 2011 Broadway production. Frances Mayli McCann plays Bonnie.

“Playing Clyde Barrow in ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ has been one of the highlights of my career,” said Jordan in a statement. “I was delighted to reprise the role, alongside the fantastic Frances Mayli McCann as Bonnie, for a special concert staging at Theatre Royal Drury Lane in 2022 and am beyond thrilled to be able to share that version of the show with audiences worldwide.”

“Having the opportunity to play Bonnie Parker in the premiere of ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ in London has been one of the highlights of my career, and playing the role alongside the original Clyde, Broadway star Jeremy Jordan, was such an incredible experience,” added McCann. “I’m thrilled and excited to share our concert from the Drury Lane Theatre in the West End, with audiences across the world!”

Featuring a book by Ivan Menchell and a Tony-nominated score by Frank Wildhorn and Don Black, “Bonnie & Clyde” opened on Broadway on Dec. 1, 2011 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. Jeff Calhoun directed the production, which closed on Dec. 30, 2011, and received two 2012 Tony nominations. The musical chronicles the lives of real-life Depression-era outlaws and lovers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.

The January 2022 mounting was the production’s West End premiere. Following the concert presentation, the show received a full production at London’s Arts Theatre in April 2022. The production transferred to London’s Garrick Theatre in February 2023, prior to touring across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

“For many, exposure to musical theater begins at home or in school, and my hope is that worldwide audiences will bring ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ into their auditoriums and living rooms,” Treatman said in a statement. “We were able to capture an extraordinary presentation of this beloved show in an unusually vital way. There is an electricity that courses through the performances that we were able to translate to the screen through the excellence of the artists involved at every level of the production, and an innovative approach to the taping. While nothing can replace the live experience, our film harnesses the power of cinema to capture its essence, preserving the energy of live performance while embracing the advantages of film, delivering both the danger and excitement of the stage alongside the intimacy and intention of the camera at a price that is more financially accessible.”

In addition to Jordan and McCann, the cast of “Bonnie & Clyde” includes George Maguire as Buck, Natalie McQueen as Blanche, Trevor Dion Nicholas as Preacher, Liam Tamne as Ted, Casey Al-Shaqsy as Stella, Simon Anthony as Cop/Bud/Archie/Deputy Johnson, Gillian Bevan as Cummie Barrow/Eleanor, Eloise Davies as Trish, Adrian Grove as Henry Barrow, Debbie Kurup as Governor Miriam Ferguson, Matthew Malthouse as Bob Alcorn, Jeremy Secomb as Judge/Sheriff Schmid, Russell Wilcox as Captain Frank Hamer and Julie Yammanee as Emma Parker.

The creative team of “Bonnie & Clyde” includes scenic and costume designer Philip Whitcomb, lighting designer Zoe Spurr, sound designer Tom Marshall, assistant director Alexzandra Sarmiento, musical director Katy Richardson, assistant musical director Chris Poon, production manager Phil McCandlish, company stage manager Graham Harrison, deputy stage manager Anne Baxter, assistant stage manager Tom Fisher and dialect coach Charmian Hoare.

The film capture of “Bonnie & Clyde” is being produced by Treatman and Brett Sullivan, with executive producers Max Johnson, Adam Paulden, Darren Bell and Jason Haigh-Ellery. 

The film is being co-produced by Owen Xu, Mignon Xu, Ryan Lee, Howard Treatman, Sophia Banar, Simon Brook, Allen Lin, Clark Edmund Vaccaro, Lisa Freedman, Chris Oakland, Brandon Hughes, Alex Robertson and Re:Draft Creative.

The concert staging was produced by Fourth Wall Live, ADAMA Entertainment, Jason Haigh-Ellery and David Treatman Creative.