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Musical (1968)

Musique: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Paroles: Tim Rice

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Adelphi Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 an 10 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : vendredi 06 juillet 2007
Première : mardi 17 juillet 2007
Dernière : samedi 30 mai 2009
Mise en scène : Steven Pimlott
Chorégraphie : Anthony Van Laast
Avec : Gareth Gates (Joseph), Jenna Lee-James (narrator not Mon/Thu eve), Fiona Reyes (narrator Mon/Thu eve), Dean Collinson (Pharaoh), Stephen Tate (Jacob/Potiphar/Guru), Stephen John Davis (Reuben), Charlotte May Davis (Reuben's Wife), Emma Harris (Reuben's Wife), Mark Oxtoby (Simeon), Sarah Meade (Simeon's Wife), Ricky Rojas (Levi), Jennifer Ashton (Levi's Wife), Nathaniel Morrison (Napthali), Charlene Ford (Napthali's Wife/Mrs Potiphar), Adam Pearce (Issachar/Baker), Emily Mascarenhas (Issacher's Wife), Derek Andrews (Asher), Fiona Reyes (Asher's Wife/Alternate Narrator), Michael Quinn (Dan), Zoe Smith (Dan's Wife), Craig Scott (Zebulun/Apache Dancer), Louise Madisoni (Zebulun's Wife/Apache Dancer), Sophia Hurdley (Zebulun's Wife/Apache Dancer), Russell Walker (Gad/Butler), Frankie Sibthorp (Gad's Wife), Tom Gillies (Benjamin), Danielle Young (Benjamin's Wife), Neal Wright (Judah), Tamlyn Platts (Judah's Wife)
Presse : NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "It offers a seductive blend of camp, kitsch." RHODA KOENIG for THE INDEPENDENT says, "Lee Mead ...Lacking in character and with a tendency to give out towards the end of a line, his voice is not the world's greatest...But Mead more than fulfils the requirements, with a mop of dark curls, a wholesome, sweet manner, and a way of filling a pleated loincloth that will appeal to all sexes...A Joseph virgin, I enjoyed myself far more than I thought possible at a Lloyd Webber show." MICHAEL BILLINGTON for THE GUARDIAN says, "The late Steven Pimlott's 1991 Palladium production...had a heart and soul whereas everything about this revival seems either cutesy, camp or calculated." BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, "Lee Mead...turns out to be both talented and enthusiastic...With spoofs of country music, calypso and even Piaf added to the mix, the show is a reminder of how splendidly versatile Lloyd Webber can be. Nor has Rice written jauntier lyrics." LISA MARTLAND for THE STAGE says, "Rice and Lloyd Webber’s score remains as infectious as ever." CHARLES SPENCER for THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "Lee Mead...looks good in a loin cloth, and has a powerful and expressive voice...By the end, however his vocals were beginning to sound a touch frayed."