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Musical (2012)


Musique: Glen Hansard • Markéta Irglová
Paroles: Glen Hansard • Markéta Irglová
Livret: Enda Walsh

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Phoenix Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 an 11 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : samedi 16 mars 2013
Première : mardi 09 avril 2013
Dernière : samedi 21 mars 2015
Mise en scène : John Tiffany
Chorégraphie : Steven Hoggett
Avec : Declan Bennett (Guy), Zrinka Cvitesic (Girl), Valda Aviks (Baruska), Ryan Fletcher (Svec), Aidan Kelly (Billy), Gareth O' Connor (Eamon), Michael O' Connor (Da) , Miria Parvin (Ex Girlfriend), Jos Slovick (Andre), Flora Spencer-Longhurst (Reza), Jez Unwin (Bank Manager), Gabriel Vick (Emcee). (Alternating the role of Girl's young daughter Ivanka will be Poppy-Lily Baker, Mia-Jai Bryan, Pacha Anna Green and Nancy Ann Jeans)
Commentaires : In the musical, the cast also serves as the orchestra. A minimalist set is used, including a bar in center stage with chairs lining stage left and right. Exiting cast members simply step to the side of the stage and sit down. They serve as the orchestra from these chairs. The bar is used at intermission as a working bar for refreshments.
Presse : "Enda Walsh’s book expands the film’s script yet is still concise, and John Tiffany directs with fluent skill..[Once] has a delicate soulfulness and a truthful charm."
Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard

"The tone is bitter-sweet, like a modern-day Brief Encounter. The songs, by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová, are mostly sad, wistful and melodic, though they sometimes build up a head of steam and become downright anguished..There is a genuine tenderness between the main couple, though neither Declan Bennett nor Zrinka Cvitešic prove quite as touching as the stars of the film. The dialogue is often cheesy...But my frequent impatience with this show certainly didn’t seem to be shared by most of the audience, who rose as one to applaud Once.
Charles Spencer for The Daily Telegraph

"Charmingly funny and affecting production ."
Paul Taylor for The Independent


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