May 2 - Tony nominee, James Corden, shares the journey of ''One Man, Two Guvnors'' from The National Theater to Broadway. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Just 24 hours after the class of this year's Tony nominees were announced, the lucky chosen flocked to a New York city hotel to celebrate the prestigious honor. Flying all the way from the West End of London are the stars of "One Man, Two Guvnors," who have been welcomed by American audiences with open arms. British comedian and actor James Corden, nominated for best actor in a play, said, "We started at the National Theater and then moved to the West End and then to be here now in New York, it's incredible in itself. Then just to be here, you know, talking to you and to have it recognized is almost too much for one to take." The annual Antoinette Perry "Tony" Awards is one of the most coveted theater awards and are bestowed to theater professionals for their distinguished achievement in the entertainment industry. The Tony Awards will be handed out in New York City on June 10.