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Musical (1978)

Musique: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Paroles: Tim Rice
Livret: Tim Rice

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Dominion Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 mois 1 semaine
Nombre : 55 représentations
Première Preview : mardi 16 septembre 2014
Première : lundi 22 septembre 2014
Dernière : samedi 01 novembre 2014
Mise en scène : Bill Kenwright • Bob Tomson
Chorégraphie : Bill Deamer
Avec : Marti Pellow (Che), Madalena Alberto (Evita), Ben Forster (Magaldi), Matthew Cammelle (Peron), Sarah McNicholas, Michelle Pentecost, Amira Matthews, Olive Robinson, Verity Burgess, Gemma Atkins, Lizzie Ottley, Joe McCourt, Joe Maxwell, Joel Elferink, Ryan Pidgen, Anthony Ray, Chris Stoddart, Callum Fitzgerald, David Burilin, Stuart MacIver, Peter McPherson, Joseph Connor, Jamie Tyler, Christopher Palmer
Presse : "You may end up feeling that the show’s heart is in the right place – and that Evita’s was too. But it’s a close call." (Dominic Cavendish for The Telegraph)

"The music is brilliant as ever; it’s the bits in between the songs that are the problem. The actors’ over- blown gestures seem strained." (Emily Jupp for The Independent)

"If the show still works, it is largely because it boasts one of Lloyd Webber’s best, most tightly composed scores. It uses Latin American rhythms, military marches, and wistful ballads yet constantly returns to a key melodic phrase in the big number." (Michael Billington for The Guardian)

"Bob Tomson and Bill Kenwright direct slickly, employing a large ensemble to give a sense of both the lighter and darker sides of Buenos Aires life. But the limited seven-week run is the best thing for this Evita." (Fiona Mountford for The Evening Standard)