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Musical (2008)


Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Noel Coward Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 10 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mardi 08 février 2011
Première : lundi 28 février 2011
Dernière : samedi 14 janvier 2012
Mise en scène : Eric Schaeffer
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Cast: Robert Britton Lyons (Carl Perkins), Derek Hagen (Johnny Cash), Ben Goddard (Jerry Lee Lewis), Michael Malarkey (Elvis Presley), Gez Gerrard (Jay Perkins), Adam Riley (Fluke), Bill Ward (Sam Phillips), Francesca Jackson (Dyanne)
Commentaires : The West End production, directed by the American team, and including Robert Britton Lyons from the original New York cast, began previews on February 8th, and officially opened on February 28th. (Robert Britton Lyons played the first month only and then the role was taken over by Oliver Seymour-Marsh). The show ran until January 14th 2012 when it was suddenly withdrawn, although it had been accepting advance bookings up to October.
Presse : "What we see on stage is a celebration; and, if you're of a certain generation, it's a joy to hear once again numbers such as Hound Dog, Great Balls of Fire and I Walk the Line."
Michael Billington for The Guardian

"Efficient production the hits come thick and fast...The music is recreated in an enjoyably vigorous style...Despite the proficiency of the performances, there's a lack of visceral thrill here."
Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard

"There are many worse jukebox shows around, and the legendary status of the original event gives this show a broad potential audience."
Ian Shuttleworth for The Financial Times

"The show succeeds triumphantly in making you feel the joy of the music-making. On this score, in every sense, there isn’t a slicker, more polished set of impressionists in town."
Mark Shenton for The Stage

"No one could claim that this is a great, original or ground-breaking piece of work, but anyone who loves rock and roll is almost certain to have a good time."
Charles Spencer for The Daily Telegraph