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Mise en scène 1

Darling of the Day (1968-01-George Abbott Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: George Abbott Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 4 semaines
Nombre : 4 previews - 31 représentations
Première Preview : mardi 16 janvier 1968
Première : samedi 27 janvier 1968
Dernière : samedi 24 février 1968
Mise en scène : Noel Willman
Chorégraphie : Lee Becker Theodore
Avec : Priam Farll … Vincent Price
Alice Challice … Patricia Routledge
Lady Vale … Brenda Forbes
Alf … Teddy Green
Oxford … Peter Woodthorpe
Equerry … John Aman
Mrs. Leek … Camila Ashland
Attendant … Larry Brucker
Frame Maker … Paul Eichel
The King … Charles Gerald
Rosalind … Beth Howland
Duncan … Mitchell Jason
Bert … Marc Jordan
Sydney … Reid Klein
Pennington … Michael Lewis
Doctor … Leo Leyden
Cabby … Ross Miles
Old Gentleman … Carl Nicholas
Daphne … Joy Nichols
Curate … Fred Siretta
Henry Leek … Charles Welch
Curate … Herb Wilson
Constable … John Aman
Judge … Leo Leyden
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Mise en scène 2

Lolita, My Love (1971-02-Shubert Theatre-Philadelphia)

Type de série: Pre-Broadway Try Out
Théâtre: Shubert Theatre (Philadelphia - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 1 semaine
Nombre : 1 previews -
Première Preview : lundi 15 février 1971
Première : mardi 16 février 1971
Dernière : samedi 27 février 1971
Mise en scène : Noel Willman
Chorégraphie : Dan Siretta
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Tryout Dates
Shubert Theatre [Philadelphia, PA] 16/2/1971 - 27/2/1971
Shubert Theatre [Boston, MA] 23/3/1971 - 27/3/1971

Scheduled to open March 30, 1971 at the Mark Hellinger Theatre. When the show ran into problems in Philadelphia and the Boston tryout had to be added, the opening was pushed to April 13. On March 30, three days after the tryout in Boston ended, lyricist/book writer Alan Jay Lerner and producer Norman Twain announced that the opening would again be postponed as "the show needed additional revisions".
The production lost $900,000.
In December 1970, Lorna Luft was cast, although unclear about who she would play.
The 5-week Philadelphia tryout cut short on Feb. 27 for revisions.
In a Feb. 25 program, Dan Siretta is listed as a character named Quincey. Irwin Pearl played Nelson Quimby. Dan Siretta is also listed as part of the dancing ensemble. This is the only program in which they were credited.
The character of Mrs. Thornbush was eliminated after Philadelphia (played by Fran Stevens). She was the head of the summer camp where Humbert picks up Lolita. The camp counsellors were played by Jacqueline Johnson, Jacqueline Britt, and Jacque Dean.
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Mise en scène 3

Lolita, My Love (1971-03-Shubert Theatre-Boston)

Type de série: Pre-Broadway Try Out
Théâtre: Shubert Theatre (Boston - Etats-Unis)
Durée :
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 23 mars 1971
Première : mardi 23 mars 1971
Dernière : samedi 27 mars 1971
Mise en scène : Noel Willman
Chorégraphie : Dan Siretta
Avec :
Commentaires :
Tryout Dates
Shubert Theatre [Philadelphia, PA] 16/2/1971 - 27/2/1971
Shubert Theatre [Boston, MA] 23/3/1971 - 27/3/1971

Scheduled to open March 30, 1971 at the Mark Hellinger Theatre. When the show ran into problems in Philadelphia and the Boston tryout had to be added, the opening was pushed to April 13. On March 30, three days after the tryout in Boston ended, lyricist/book writer Alan Jay Lerner and producer Norman Twain announced that the opening would again be postponed as "the show needed additional revisions".
The production lost $900,000.
In December 1970, Lorna Luft was cast, although unclear about who she would play.
The 5-week Philadelphia tryout cut short on Feb. 27 for revisions.
In a Feb. 25 program, Dan Siretta is listed as a character named Quincey. Irwin Pearl played Nelson Quimby. Dan Siretta is also listed as part of the dancing ensemble. This is the only program in which they were credited.
The character of Mrs. Thornbush was eliminated after Philadelphia (played by Fran Stevens). She was the head of the summer camp where Humbert picks up Lolita. The camp counsellors were played by Jacqueline Johnson, Jacqueline Britt, and Jacque Dean.
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