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Musical (2003)


Musique: Jeff Marx • Robert Lopez
Paroles: Jeff Marx • Robert Lopez
Livret: Jeff Whitty

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: London Run (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 4 ans 4 mois
Nombre : 1725 représentations
Première Preview : jeudi 01 juin 2006
Première : mercredi 28 juin 2006
Dernière : samedi 30 octobre 2010
Mise en scène : Jason Moore
Chorégraphie : Ken Roberson
Commentaires : Ce London Run se jouera dans trois théâtres: le Noel Coward Theatre (1 Juin 2006 au 28 Mars 2009), le Gielgud Theatre (1/6/2009 au 13/3/2010) et enfin le Wyndham's Theatre (19/3/2010 au 30/10/2010).
Presse : MICHAEL BILLINGTON du THE GUARDIAN: "It had delighted me sufficiently...Much of the show's charm lies in the easy interaction of people and puppets...There is more wit than whimsy in the delightful Lopez-Marx numbers."
PAUL TAYLOR du THE INDEPENDENT: "What's appealing about the piece and Jason Moore's bouncy, enjoyable production is the total absence of jaded cynicism. What's less attractive is the lack of real bite...Avenue Q is about as genuinely subversive as Friends...All the same, I found it, intermittently, a lot of fun."
DOMINIC CAVENDISH du THE DAILY TELEGRAPH; "Light-weight affair."
BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE du THE TIMES: "There’s something almost refreshing in several of the jaunty-sounding songs."
NICK CURTIS du THE EVENING STANDARD: "Avenue Q's puppets tell racist jokes, screw around, download porn and generally get depressed by their crappy lives...very well executed and sporadically hilarious "
BRIAN LOGAN du TIME OUT: "Very easy to enjoy."
LISA MARTLAND du THE STAGE: "Clever and saucy libretto...Within an extraordinarily talented ensemble Julie Atherton and Jon Robyns are quite brilliant in creating these puppet personalities."
SUSANNAH CLAP du THE OBSERVER: "It's a little bit smart , fairly shrewd and self-parodying , constantly perky, sometimes funny and basically mushy."



Série 1

Théâtre: Noel Coward Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 2 ans 9 mois
Nombre : 1179 représentations
Première Preview : jeu. 01 juin 2006
Première : mer. 28 juin 2006
Dernière : sam. 28 mars 2009
Mise en scène : Jason Moore
Chorégraphie : Ken Roberson
Presse :
MICHAEL BILLINGTON du THE GUARDIAN: "It had delighted me sufficiently...Much of the show's charm lies in the easy interaction of people and puppets...There is more wit than whimsy in the delightful Lopez-Marx numbers."
PAUL TAYLOR du THE INDEPENDENT: "What's appealing about the piece and Jason Moore's bouncy, enjoyable production is the total absence of jaded cynicism. What's less attractive is the lack of real bite...Avenue Q is about as genuinely subversive as Friends...All the same, I found it, intermittently, a lot of fun."
DOMINIC CAVENDISH du THE DAILY TELEGRAPH; "Light-weight affair."
BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE du THE TIMES: "There’s something almost refreshing in several of the jaunty-sounding songs."
NICK CURTIS du THE EVENING STANDARD: "Avenue Q's puppets tell racist jokes, screw around, download porn and generally get depressed by their crappy lives...very well executed and sporadically hilarious "
BRIAN LOGAN du TIME OUT: "Very easy to enjoy."
LISA MARTLAND du THE STAGE: "Clever and saucy libretto...Within an extraordinarily talented ensemble Julie Atherton and Jon Robyns are quite brilliant in creating these puppet personalities."
SUSANNAH CLAP du THE OBSERVER: "It's a little bit smart , fairly shrewd and self-parodying , constantly perky, sometimes funny and basically mushy."



Série 2

Théâtre: Gielgud Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 9 mois 2 semaines
Nombre : 327 représentations
Première Preview : lun. 01 juin 2009
Première : lun. 01 juin 2009
Dernière : sam. 13 mars 2010
Mise en scène :
Chorégraphie :
Presse :
MICHAEL BILLINGTON for THE GUARDIAN says, "it had delighted me sufficiently...Much of the show's charm lies in the easy interaction of people and puppets...There is more wit than whimsy in the delightful Lopez-Marx numbers." PAUL TAYLOR for THE INDEPENDENT says, "What's appealing about the piece and Jason Moore's bouncy, enjoyable production is the total absence of jaded cynicism. What's less attractive is the lack of real bite...Avenue Q is about as genuinely subversive as Friends...All the same, I found it, intermittently, a lot of fun." DOMINIC CAVENDISH for THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "Light-weight affair." BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, "There’s something almost refreshing in several of the jaunty-sounding songs." NICK CURTIS for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "Avenue Q's puppets tell racist jokes, screw around, download porn and generally get depressed by their crappy lives...very well executed and sporadically hilarious " BRIAN LOGAN for TIME OUT says, "Very easy to enjoy." LISA MARTLAND for THE STAGE says, "Clever and saucy libretto...Within an extraordinarily talented ensemble Julie Atherton and Jon Robyns are quite brilliant in creating these puppet personalities." SUSANNAH CLAP for THE OBSERVER says, "It's a little bit smart , fairly shrewd and self-parodying , constantly perky, sometimes funny and basically mushy."



Série 3

Théâtre: Wyndham s Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 7 mois 2 semaines
Nombre : 219 représentations
Première Preview : ven. 19 mars 2010
Première : ven. 19 mars 2010
Dernière : sam. 30 octobre 2010
Mise en scène : Tom Moore
Chorégraphie : Ken Roberson





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