Netflix will bring a live recording of Diana: The Musical to screens this autumn.
The piece (which was filmed without an audience on Broadway during lockdown) has an official release date of October 1 – two months prior to preview performances resuming on stage in New York City.
The production had been due to open on Broadway in March 2020 but was forced to abandon its plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Diana tells the story of the iconic Princess of Wales as she struggles to live harmoniously within the British royal family.
In a statement, the show's producers shared their excitement for Diana's streaming debut, saying: "The chance to share our show, first with Netflix's global audience, and then welcoming a live audience back on Broadway, is something we've all been dreaming about for more than a year.
"We could not be more thrilled to finally share both the film and the Broadway musical with the world."
Directed by Christopher Ashley, this performance is led by Iron Fist's Jeanna de Waal as Diana, while Roe Hartrampf plays Prince Charles, Erin Davie is Camilla Parker Bowles and musical theatre veteran Judy Kaye fills the shoes of Queen Elizabeth II.
Diana will return to the stage at the Longacre Theatre for preview performances from Wednesday, December 1, with opening night set for Thursday, December 16. Tickets are on sale now.
Diana: The Musical will begin streaming on Netflix from October 1.
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