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Musical (1967)


Musique: Galt MacDermot
Paroles: Gerome Ragni • James Rado
Livret: Gerome Ragni • James Rado

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Gielgud Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 4 mois 3 semaines
Nombre : 165 représentations
Première Preview : jeudi 01 avril 2010
Première : mercredi 14 avril 2010
Dernière : samedi 04 septembre 2010
Mise en scène : Diane Paulus
Chorégraphie : Karole Armitage
Avec : Gavin Creel (Claude), Will Swenson (Berger), Caissie Levy (Sheila), Kacie Sheik (Jeanie), Darius Nichols (Hud), Sasha Allen (Dionne), Allison Case (Crissy), Luther Creek (Woof) , Megan Lawrence (Mother), Andrew Kober (Dad/Margaret Mead), Ato Blankson-Wood, Steel Burkhardt, Lauren Elder, Allison Guinn, Anthony Hollock, Kaitlin Kiyan, John Moauro, Brandon Pearson, Megan Reinking, Maya Sharpe, Matt DeAngelis, Phyre Hawkins, Crystal Joy, Kevin Kern , Michael James Scott, Hannah Shankman.
Commentaires : This revival opened on Broadway in March 2009 and was almost universally acclaimed. It went on to win several awards including the Tony Award for Best Musical Revival. Within six months it had recouped its entire $5,760,000 investment, becoming one of the fastest-recouping musicals in Broadway history. After a year’s run, the original cast transferred to London and a mostly new tribe took over on Broadway. However, Broadway sales dropped with this cast change and the show closed on June 27, 2010 after 29 previews and 519 regular performances. (A touring version then ran for fourteen months through the USA returning to Broadway for ten weeks in the summer of 2011)
Most of the original cast transferred to London where the show received very enthusiastic reviews and a tremendous audience reaction. Under Equity rules the American performers were only allowed to play for six months, after which they would need to be replaced by English performers. Cameron Mackintosh decided against re-casting, and the show closed on September 4, 2010 after 12 previews and 165 regular performances.
Presse : "A vibrant, joyous piece of living theatre." Michael Billingtion for The Guardian

"Exuberant revival" Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard

"It’s exhilarating, as well as oddly poignant...unstoppable energy and ebullient choreography." Benedict Nightingale for The Times

"Theatrical bliss." Charles Spencer for The Daily Telegraph

"Joyous production." Michael Coveney for The Independent

"Diane Paulus’ direction is snappy and seamless, complimented perfectly by Karole Armitage’s lively choreography." Paul Vale for The Stage


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