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Richard Kates


001 - Wicked Lips (1984)
Musique: *** Divers
Paroles: Richard Kates
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2 versions mentionnées
Dispo: Génèse  

Mise en scène 1

Wicked Lips (1988-04-Donmar Warehouse-London)

Type de série: Recréation
Théâtre: Donmar Warehouse (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 4 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : jeudi 21 avril 1988
Dernière : vendredi 20 mai 1988
Mise en scène : Richard Kates
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Richard Kates, Cheryl Taylor, Buster Skeggs, Tim Burley
Commentaires :
This was Richard Kates’s second attempt to put on this satirical send-up of everything West End. An earlier attempt in August 1984 was scuppered by Andrew Lloyd-Webber refusing to have any new words to his music, thus the show received a one-night only “private” performance at the Donmar with Valerie Walsh, Tudor Davies and Cheryl Taylor. Four years later this revival featured send-ups of Liza Minelli, Tommy Steele, Julie Andrews, a well-known agent fiddling on the roof, and two well-known managers singing “Anything You can Do, I Can do Cheaper”. It was clearly aimed at the “in-crowd”, and with its 11.30pm late night slot twice a week - that is the crowd it got!
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Mise en scène 2

Wicked Lips (1988-11-Boulevard Theatre-London)

Type de série: Reprise
Théâtre: Boulevard Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 4 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : vendredi 18 novembre 1988
Dernière : samedi 17 décembre 1988
Mise en scène : Richard Kates
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Richard Kates, Tracie Hart, Pauline Hannah, Tim Burley
Commentaires :
This was Richard Kates’s second attempt to put on this satirical send-up of everything West End. An earlier attempt in August 1984 was scuppered by Andrew Lloyd-Webber refusing to have any new words to his music, thus the show received a one-night only “private” performance at the Donmar with Valerie Walsh, Tudor Davies and Cheryl Taylor. Four years later this revival featured send-ups of Liza Minelli, Tommy Steele, Julie Andrews, a well-known agent fiddling on the roof, and two well-known managers singing “Anything You can Do, I Can do Cheaper”. It was clearly aimed at the “in-crowd”, and with its 11.30pm late night slot twice a week - that is the crowd it got!
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