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Théâtre ()

De Mike Leigh

Résumé: Secular Jewish parents struggling to cope with their son's fierce new dedication to the Hebrew faith.

Type de série: Reprise
Théâtre: National Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Salle : Lyttelton Theatre
Durée : 4 mois
Nombre : 61 représentations
Première Preview : samedi 25 mars 2006
Première : mardi 28 mars 2006
Dernière : samedi 29 juillet 2006
Mise en scène : Mike Leigh
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Gina Bellman (Michelle), John Burgess (Dave), Ben Caplan (Josh), Allan Corduner (Danny), Caroline Gruber (Rachel ), Simon Schatzberger (Jonathan), Nitzan Sharron (Tzachi), Alexis Zegerman (Tammy)
Commentaires : 2 séries
> Cottesloe (15/9/2005 - 31/1/2006) 90 représ devant 28.236 spect
> Lyttelton (25/3 - 29/7/2006) 61 représ devant 42.647 spect
Presse : NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "Despite the play's thematic flaws, Leigh and his superb players know just how to keep an audience tantalisingly hooked." BEN RUSSELL for THE INDEPENDENT says, " A good, but slightly pedestrian play that lacks the layered richness of Leigh's finest stage and film drama." MICHAEL BILINGTON for THE GUARDIAN says, "Funny-sad exploration of the inherent tensions of family life and the nature of the world around us...This is a passionate, funny, moving and well-observed play." CHARLES SPENCER for THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "It is absolutely terrific, at times as screamingly funny as Abigail's Party, at others as painfully touching and true such superb Leigh films as Secrets and Lies and Vera Drake." BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, "Leigh’s improvisational skills — actually the actors improvise while he prods, listens, selects, edits — have created a piece that is consistently absorbing and remarkably topical...almost all the time this is quality Leigh: amusing, touching, wise." JOHN THAXTER for THE STAGE says, "A funny but warmly touching story of secular Jewish parents struggling to cope with their son’s fierce new dedication to the Hebrew faith."