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Musical (2001)


Musique: Chris Lowe • Neil Tennant
Paroles: Chris Lowe • Neil Tennant
Livret: Jonathan Harvey

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Arts theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Salle : Main Stage
Durée : 4 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 15 mai 2001
Première : jeudi 31 mai 2001
Dernière : samedi 13 octobre 2001
Mise en scène : Gemma Bodinetz
Chorégraphie : Peter Darling
Avec : Paul Keating (Straight Dave), Stacey Roca (Shell Christian), David Burt (Vic Christian), Frances Barber (Billie Tricks), Paul Broughton (Bob Saunders), Tom Walker (Mile End Lee), David Langham (Flynn), Jo Cavanagh, Akiya Henry, C. Jay Ranger, Mark John Richarson, Richard Roe, Louie Spence, Mark Stanway, Amanda Valentine, Marcos White
Commentaires : The message that a life of drug abuse, nightclubbing and promiscuous sex will leave you ravaged and lonely came over more as a warning than a sermon, and the Pet Shop Boys’ songs received much praise. However, this was very much aimed at a niche market.
Presse : NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD says the show, “Brings a rush of excitement and daring to London's musical theatre.”

SUSANNAH CLAPP for The OBSERVER says, “It delivers its tat with fervour, and its giftedness lightly: the music is better, the rhymes sharper than most of what cruises round the West End. It's essence of camp.”

CAITLIN MORAN for THE TIMES says, “The first half was perfect. It was fluffy and meant nothing……The second half, however, sadly and rapidly descended into I-have-something-to-say-itis.

BRIAN LOGAN for TIME OUT says, "It's mostly likeable alternative to 'Fame', 'The King and I' and all those other circles of London's very own musical hell." “

KATE BASSETT for THE INDEPENDENT did not like it at all saying, “This West End venture is an excruciating failure.” And goes on to say, “The lyrics are so banal that muddy amplification is a mercy.” And continues, “Barber shamelessly hams it up. Keating, supposedly a lust-magnet, is a lacklustre non-entity. Others are charmless cartoons.”


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