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Musical (1948)

Musique: Cole Porter
Paroles: Cole Porter
Livret: Bella Spewack • Samuel Spewack

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Victoria Palace Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 9 mois 3 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 30 octobre 2001
Première : mardi 30 octobre 2001
Dernière : samedi 24 août 2002
Mise en scène : Michael Blakemore
Chorégraphie : Kathleen Marshall
Avec : Brent Barrett (Fred Graham), Marin Mazzie (Lili Vanessi), Colin Farrell (Harry), Nancy Anderson (Lois Lane), Michael Berresse (Bill Calhoun), Teddy Kempner & Jack Chissick (Gangsters), Kaye E. Browne (Hattie, ^Nolan Frederick (Paul), Nicolas Colicos (Harrison Howell)
Commentaires : This was a transfer from Broadway, with Marin Mazzie and Michael Berresse repeating the roles they had played in New York, where the show had opened in November 1999 and run for 881 performances. (The show interpolates one extra Cole Porter song - “From this Moment On”). It won several awards on Broadway and was lavishly praised by the London critics. It closed on August 24th after nearly ten months.
Presse : BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, “Kiss Me, Kate is packed with super songs”

CHARLES SPENCER for THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, “It is a dazzling evening of inventive, infectious pleasure.”

MICHAEL BILLINGTON for THE GUARDIAN says, “There may be greater musicals than Kiss Me Kate: there are few that provide such constant, time-suspending pleasure.”

PAUL TAYLOR for THE INDEPENDENT says, “The audience floats out of the theatre on a wave of unalloyed joy.”

NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD says, “A dazzling night.”

SHERIDAN MORLEY for TELEXT says, “One of the greatest revivals I have ever seen. Gotta sing, gotta dance, gotta see it!”

JOHN PETER for THE SUNDAY TIMES says, "Inventive, vigorous, warm-hearted and gloriously sophisticated." He goes on to say, "If this show doesn't lift your heart up in these dark days, nothing will. "

PETER HEPPLE for THE STAGE says, "Something as close to unalloyed joy as you can find in the theatre."