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Musical (2016)

Musique: Andreas Carlson • Martin Laniel
Paroles: Andreas Carlson

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Lyric Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 10 mois 3 semaines
Nombre : 31 previews - 366 représentations
Première Preview : samedi 16 avril 2016
Première : mercredi 25 mai 2016
Dernière : dimanche 16 avril 2017
Mise en scène : Philippe Decouflé
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Jeremy Kushnier, Ruby Lewis (ii), Ryan Vona, Bret Shuford, Sarah Meahl, Kat Cunning, Tom Ammirati, Andrew Atherton, Kevin Atherton, Lee Brearley, Yanelis Brooks, Sam Charlton, Martin Charrat, Nate Cooper, Myriam Deraiche, Kyle Driggs, Jeremias Faganel, Amber Fulljames, Tomasz Jadach, Rafal Kaszubowski, Reed Kelly, Denis Kibenko, Joe McAdam, Raven McRae, Amber J. Merrick, Sheridan Mouawad, Amber Pickens, Justin Prescott, Fletcher Blair Sanchez, Mathieu Sennacherib, Blakely Slaybaugh, Sam Softich, Amiel Soicher, Steven Trumon Gray, Bruce Weber, Amber Van Wijk, Tomasz Wilkosz, Zhengqi Xia
Presse : "Welcome to 'Paramour,' or as I like to call it, 'A.D.H.D.! The Musical.' The production... represents the latest attempt by the French Canadian entertainment behemoth Cirque du Soleil to make a big splash in New York. This time the company... has decided to splice the time-tested yowza diversions — acrobats and gymnasts and jugglers, oh my! — into a traditional musical, with a plot, characters, show tunes and even a little tap-dancing. The resulting show, I’m sorry to say, achieves the singular feat of being simultaneously frenetic and tedious."
Charles Isherwood for New York Times

"'Paramour' wants to be different, outsized and brash. It's the first Cirque du Soleil show created specifically for Broadway, harnessing its muscular gravity-avoiding acrobats to musical theater. The result... is sometimes overstuffed and awkward but always finds its footing when it highlights its soaring, rubber-bodied stars."
Mark Kennedy for Associated Press

"A Broadway musical on steroids... Their latest effort attempts to combine Cirque's trademark acrobatic acts with an original Broadway musical. Unfortunately, the resulting hybrid, Paramour, is more Frankenstein's monster than love child."
Frank Scheck for Hollywood Reporter

"The show has a book (corny), a score of show tunes (mindless), and a cast of singing and dancing actors playing recognizable character roles. More happily, it also has those aerialists, acrobats, jugglers, and tumblers we love — and plenty of spectacle."
Marilyn Stasio for Variety