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De Charles Busch


Résumé: New York, 1948. Irish O'Flanagan is the tough as nails, red-headed headliner of the Club Intime. A lifetime of hard knocks has left her bitter and with a chip on her shoulder the size of Mount Rushmore. In the spirit of fantasies such as A Christmas Carol, It's a Wonderful Life and The Bishop's Wife, an angel in the form of a sexy vaudeville magician named Albert comes down to show Irish that the path she's been taking is leading her to disaster. He takes her on a journey that reveals that in the next twenty-four hours, she'll be killed in a botched kidnapping of a corrupt senator's beautiful daughter, Valerie, engineered by the notorious gangster, Chick LaFountain. Irish rejects this look into her future but when indeed everything comes to pass, she desperately tries to no avail to change her fate. At the moment when Chick LaFountain is about to shoot Irish for real, Albert makes a deal with the Lord to save her life. However, his good deed must be an anonymous one. Like Scrooge, Irish has a chance to begin again. She saves Valerie and with the help of her devoted longtime admirer, a busboy named Eddie, and her faithful maid, Peona, has Chick sent up the river. Irish and her friends go caroling in Times Square, and for one brief moment, she remembers the wonderful gift that Albert the angel has given her. He blows her a kiss and she feels it against her cheek. Albert is able to return to Heaven knowing Irish will be all right.


Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Union Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 3 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mercredi 26 novembre 2014
Première : vendredi 28 novembre 2014
Dernière : dimanche 21 décembre 2014
Mise en scène : Bronagh Lagan
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Ian Stroughair (A.K.A. Velma Celli) as Irish O Flanagan, Tom Whitelock, Ellen Verenieks, Jourdan Amelia Storey, John Hicks, Kandy Rohmann, Jacqui-lee Pryce, Michael Adams, Eduardo Enrikez, Rhiannon Doyle, Alexandra Da Silva


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