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Little Foxes (The) (2017-04-Samuel J. Friedman Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 2 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mercredi 29 mars 2017
Première : mercredi 19 avril 2017
Dernière : dimanche 02 juillet 2017
Mise en scène : Daniel Sullivan
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Laura Linney (Regina/Birdie), Cynthia Nixon (Regina/Birdie), Darren Goldstein (Oscar), Michael McKean (Ben), Richard Thomas (Horace), David Alford (Mr. Marshall), Michael Benz (Leo), Caroline Stefanie Clay (Addie), Francesca Carpanini (Alexandra), Charles Turner (Cal)
Commentaires :
MTC presents three-time Tony Award nominee Laura Linney and Tony winner Cynthia Nixon, who alternate playing the roles of Regina and Birdie in Lillian Hellman’s legendary play about greed and ambition.
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John Lithgow: Stories By Heart (2018-01-American Airlines Theatre-Bway)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: American Airlines Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 1 mois 3 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : jeudi 21 décembre 2017
Première : jeudi 11 janvier 2018
Dernière : dimanche 04 mars 2018
Mise en scène : Daniel Sullivan
Chorégraphie :
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Saint Joan (2018-04-Samuel J. Friedman Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 1 mois 2 semaines
Nombre : 24 previews - 55 représentations
Première Preview : mardi 03 avril 2018
Première : mercredi 25 avril 2018
Dernière : dimanche 10 juin 2018
Mise en scène : Daniel Sullivan
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Condola Rashad (as Joan), Jack Davenport (as Warwick), Walter Bobbie (as Cauchon), Adam Chanler-Berat (as Dauphin), John Glover (as Archbishop/Gentleman), Patrick Page (as Inquisitor/Baudricourt), Daniel Sunjata (as Dunois), Maurice Jones (as Courcelles, Page to Dunois), Russell G. Jones (as Tremouille, Page to Warwick), Max Gordon Moore (as Bluebeard, Ladvenu), Matthew Saldivar (as D’Estivet, Polly), Robert Stanton (as Chaplain, English Soldier, Steward to Baudricourt), and Lou Sumrall (as La Hire, Executioner)
Commentaires :
Four-time Tony Award nominee Condola Rashad takes on the iconic role of Joan of Arc in the Manhattan Theatre Club's production of the 1923 Bernard Shaw classic. Although the production marks the eighth Broadway revival for the play, it was last performed on the Great White Way at the Lyceum Theatre back in 1993.

Director Daniel Sullivan's take on the classic is noble and classy with a striking church organ-inspired set design by Scott Pask, coupled together with Christopher Ash's at times firey and at times mystical projections that are never overused.

Saint Joan is an engaging history lesson brought to life by a talented ensemble cast, with standout performances by Patrick Page and Adam Chanler-Berat, in particular. And the jewel in the crown is Shaw's final scene - a dream sequence that utterly captivates and is sure to catch out those unfamiliar with the play with a pleasant surprise or two.
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Nap (The) (2018-09-Samuel J. Friedman Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Original Broadway
Théâtre: Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 1 mois 2 semaines
Nombre : 25 previews - 53 représentations
Première Preview : mercredi 05 septembre 2018
Première : jeudi 27 septembre 2018
Dernière : dimanche 11 novembre 2018
Mise en scène : Daniel Sullivan
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Alexandra Billings (as Waxy Bush), John Ellison Conlee (as Bobby Spokes), Johanna Day (as Stella), Ahmed Aly Elsayed (as Duncan Ferryman/Danny Carr), Heather Lind (as Eleanor), Max Gordon Moore (as Tony Danlino/MC/Commentator), Bhavesh Patel (as Mohammad Butt), Thomas Jay Ryan (as Danny Killeen), and Ben Schnetzer (as Dylan Spokes)
Commentaires :
Manhattan Theatre Club kicked off its 2018-2019 Broadway season at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre with the U.S. premiere of The Nap, written by Olivier Award nominee Richard Bean and directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan.

Richard Bean is perhaps best known for his hit West End and Broadway comedy One Man, Two Guvnors, which helped to boost the career of James Corden in the States, earning him his first Tony Award. But now, Mr. Bean (sorry, we couldn't resist!) returns to the Great White Way with a new comedy, based around a group of outlandishly appealing misfits in Sheffield, England, and the world snooker championships. For those not in the know, snooker is a revered British sport, similar to pool, and in somewhat of an intriguing, theatrical gimmick, the game is played live (albeit semi-stage, of course) in front of the eyes of the audience at each performance. Indeed, the result of the game directly affects how the play will conclude at each performance.

Kudos to Ahmed Aly Elsayed - the 2018 United States National Snooker Champion - who portrays two of our protagonist Dylan Spokes' opponents in the tournament. Not only does he get the opportunity to show off his skills with a snooker cue, but he's also a natural on the stage in his acting debut. And then we have the illustrious mob of zany characters, dreamt up by Richard Bean in this typically British, madcap comedy. From transgender ex-gangsters to con-artists posing as police officers, these over-the-top characters are brought to life by an accomplished ensemble cast of stage and screen stars, including "Transparent" standout Alexandra Billings as Waxy Bush and Broadway favorite and 2-time Tony Award nominee Johanna Day as Stella.

With Daniel Sullivan at the helm, the pace gathers momentum in later scenes and manages to maintain itself as we snowball into the finale. This is also partly thanks to the practical scenic design by Tony Award winner David Rockwell which allows for quick set changes and modestly depicts the realities of our protagonist's environment from a neglected, training room (where a meter charges 20 pence for 12 minutes of electricty) to the bright lights of the Sheffield Crucible, hosting the championship tournament.

Richard Bean's script keeps the audience on its toes with as many twists and turns as a Formula 1 racecourse and The Nap is a wonderfully light-hearted adventure into the worlds of illegal betting, professional con artists and a sport that, in direct contrast, prides itself on its history and traditions of a clean and above board reputation.
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