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Musical (1929)


Musique: Noël Coward
Paroles: Noël Coward
Livret: Noël Coward

Type de série: Original Broadway
Théâtre: Ziegfield Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 3 mois 1 semaine
Nombre :
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : mardi 05 novembre 1929
Dernière : samedi 15 février 1930
Mise en scène : Noël Coward
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Act One, Scene One (London, 1929)
Trevor Glyn (Parker), Audrey Pointing (Dolly Chamberlain), Patrick Ludlow (Lord Henry), Max Kirby (Vincent Howard), Evelyn Laye (The Marchioness of Shayne), Joan Stanbrough (Nita), Constance Perrin (Helen), Cecile Maule-Cole (Jackie); Guests: Leah Warne, Gladys Hay-Dillon, Mildred Allen-Letts, Eva Scott-Thompson, Kathleen Holt, Pauline Desmond, Sybil Davidson, Peggy Lovat, Vera Caprice, Edna Earle, Vicky Lynn, Cecile Maule-Cole, Iris White, Marjorie Simpson, George Woof, Alfred Fairhurst, Mervyn Pearce, Anthony Neville, Reginald Allen, Noel Clifford, Herbert Garry, Claude Brittin-Eldred, Richard Thorpe, Paul Spender-Clay, Bruce Anderson, Hugh Cuenod, Roy Arcourt, William Dawson; Musicians: Sydney Perlstone, Kenneth Burston, Arthur Woolf, Edmond Ford, Jack Haywood

Act One, Scene Two (London, 1875)
Evelyn Laye (Sarah Millick), Gerald Nodin (Carl Linden), Isabel Ohmead (Mrs. Millick), Tracy Holmes (Mr. Hugh Devon)

Act One, Scene Three (London, 1875)
Gerald Nodin (Carl Linden), Kay Lambelet (Lady Devon), Isabel Ohmead (Mrs. Millick), Tracy Holmes (Mr. Hugh Devon), Charles Mortimer (Sir Arthur Fenchurch), Evelyn Laye (Sarah Millick), Donald Gordon (The Marquis of Steere), Richard Thorpe (Lord Edgar James), Hooper Russell (Lord Sorrel), Leslie Bannister (Mr. Vale), Anthony Neville (Mr. Bethel), Douglas Graeme-Brooke (Mr. Proutie), Marjorie Raymonde (Victoria), Audrey Pointing (Harriet), Nancy Brown (Gloria), Isla Bevan (Honor), Winifred Talbot (Jane), Vesta Sylva (Effie), Graham Yarborough (Footman), Trevor Glynn (Footman), John W. Thompson (Footman), Albert Chapman (Footman); Guests: Elsie Hulme, Iris White, Isabel Marden, Kathleen Holt, Peggy Lovat, Jane Moore, Sybil Davidson, Myfanwy Jenkins, Cecile Maule-Cole, Mildred Allen-Letts, Vera Caprice, Mary David, Roma Presano, Joan Stanbrough, Doris Colston, Leonora Hilton, Pauline Desmond, Gladys Hay-Dillon, Joyce Fletcher, Eva Scott-Thompson, Cunningham Glen, George Woof, Alfred Fairhurst, Noel Clifford, Herbert Garry, William Herbert, Claude Brittin-Eldred, James Reid, Mervyn Pearce, Roy Hall, James Prescott, Paul Spender-Clay, Reginald Allen, Bruce Anderson, Hugh Cuenod, Louis Miller; Musicians: Sydney Perlstone, Kenneth Burston, Arthur Woolf, Edmond Ford, Vernon Rudolf

Act Two, Scene One (Vienna, 1880)
Waiters: Paul Spender-Clay, Claude Brittin-Eldred, James Reid, Bruce Anderson, Anthony Neville, William McGuigan; Cleaners: Roma Presano, Isabel Marden, Leonta Proctor, Gladys Hay-Dillon, Enid Settle, Elsie Hulme; Peter Donald Jr. (Piccolo), Zoe Gordon (Lotte), Nancy Barnett (Freda), Dorothy Debenham (Hansi), Sylvia Leslie (Gussi), Gerald Nodin (Carl Linden), Mireille (Manon, aka La Crevette), Desmond Jeans (Captain August Lutte), Charles Mortimer (Herr Schlick), Evelyn Laye (Sari Linden); Musicians: Sydney Perlstone, Kenneth Burston, Edmond Ford, Eddie Lisbona, Vernon Rudolf

Act Two, Scene Two (Vienna, 1880)
Evelyn Laye (Sari Linden), Zoe Gordon (Lotte), Desmond Jeans (Captain Lutte), Sylvia Leslie (Gussie), Louis Miller (Lieutenant Tranisch), Dorothy Debenham (Hansi), Nancy Barnett (Freda), Charles Mortimer (Herr Schlick); The Prater Girls: Girls—Sybil Davidson, Cecile Maule-Cole, Vicky Lynn; and Boys—Leah Warne, Edna Earle, Peggy Blake; Mireille (Manon, aka La Crevette); Officers, Guests, Waiters, Musicians: Hooper Russell, Leslie Bannister, Donald Gordon, Roy Hall, Gordon Brand, Douglas Graeme-Brooke, Hugh Cuenod, John W. Thompson, Trevor Glynn, Herbert Garry, Graham Yarborough, Gustav Wallenberg, Paul Spender-Clay, Claude Brittin-Eldred, James Reid, Bruce Anderson, Anthony Neville, William McGuigan, Isabel Marden, Elsie Hulme, Constance Perrin, Iris White, Roma Presano, Mary David, Leonora Hilton, Enid Settle, Gladys Hay-Dillon, Doris Colston, Joan Stanbrough, Pauline Desmond, Joyce Fletcher, Myfanwy Jenkins, Peggy Lovat, Jane Moore, Kathleen Holt, Vera Caprice, Leonta Proctor, Mildred Allen-Letts, Eva Scott-Thompson, Leah Russell, Marcel Turner, Patrick Ludlow, James Cameron, William Dawson, Reginald Allen, Albert Chapman, Richard Thorpe, George Woof, James Prescott, Tracy Holmes, Alfred Fairhurst, Mervyn Pearce, Cunningham Glen, Noel Clifford, William Herbert

Act Three, Scene One (London, 1895)
Albert Chapman (Burley), John Evelyn (The Marquis of Shayne), Vesta Sylva (Mrs. Bethel, aka Effie), Anthony Neville (Mr. Bethel), Winifred Talbot (Mrs. Vale, aka Jane), Leslie Bannister (Mr. Vale), Nancy Brown (Mrs. Proutie, aka Gloria), Douglas Graeme-Brooke (Mr. Proutie), Marjorie Raymonde (The Duchess of Tenterton, aka Victoria), Donald Gordon (The Duke of Tenterton), Isla Bevan (Lady Sorrell, aka Honor), Hooper Russell (Lord Sorrel), Audrey Pointing (Lady Edgar James, aka Harriet), Richard Thorpe (Lord Edgar James), Tracy Holmes (Sir Hugh Devon), Jane Moore (Lady Devon), Evelyn Laye (Madame Sari Linden), William Herbert (Vernon Craft), Paul Spender-Clay (Cedric Ballantyne), Hugh Cuenod (Bertram Sellick), George Woof (Lord Henry Jade), Eddie Lisbona (Accompanist to Madame Linden); Guests: Constance Perrin, Leah Warne, Cecile Maule-Cole, Joyce Fletcher, Leah Russell, Myfanwy Jenkins, Iris White, Joan Stanbrough, Kathleen Holt, Vera Caprice, Roma Presano, Elsie Hulme, Gladys Hay-Dillon, Peggy Lovat, Pauline Desmond, Doris Colston, Enid Settle, Mildred Allen-Letts, Leonora Hilton, Isabel Marden, Eva Scott-Thompson, Sybil Davidson, Leonta Proctor, John W. Thompson, James Prescott, James Reid, William Herbert, Graham Yarborough, Trevor Glynn, Claude Brittin-Eldred, Alfred Fairhurst, Roy Hall, Reginald Allen, Herbert Garry, Bruce Anderson, William Dawson, William McGuigan, Gustav Wallenberg, Mervyn Pearce, Noel Clifford

Act Three, Scene Two (London, 1929)
The script indicates that “everyone” on stage at the end of the first scene in the first act is now seen “in the same positions.” The three main principals in this scene are: Evelyn Laye (Sarah), Audrey Pointing (Dolly), and Max Kirby (Vincent).
Commentaires : Transféré au Shubert Theatre (17/2/1930 > 22/3/1930)


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