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De Bonnie Greer

Résumé: It’s 1955 and Marilyn Monroe is at the height of her fame. Despite this, she wants to be taken seriously as an artist, like the woman she most admires, jazz icon Ella Fitzgerald, who is also at the peak of her career. Even though she can’t quite believe her own success, Ella wants more too. She wants the kind of fame Marilyn has. She wants to be in the movies. But to break into Hollywood, she needs to meet the ‘right’ people like the producers and money-men who frequent the ‘living-room of the stars’ Mocambo night club. But Ella stands no chance of singing at the whites-only Mocambo... until Marilyn steps in and pulls strings like nobody else can! These two iconic women - both outsiders - come together in an evening of raw emotion and great songs. A true but forgotten moment of American showbiz history re-enacted live on stage.

Type de série: West End Transfer
Théâtre: Apollo Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : dimanche 15 novembre 2009
Première : dimanche 15 novembre 2009
Dernière : dimanche 29 novembre 2009
Mise en scène : Colin McFarlane
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Suzie Kennedy (Marilyn Monroe), Hope Augustus
Commentaires : Interspersed with numerous hit songs from the era, including I Got Rhythm, My Funny Valentine, Every Time We Say Goodbye, Mack The Knife and Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend, Marilyn And Ella is a true story brought vividly to life, featuring two of the most iconic females that ever lived.

Marilyn And Ella was first seen in London at the Theatre Royal Stratford East, where it was staged in 2008.