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Musical (1996)


Musique: Stephen Flaherty
Paroles: Lynn Ahrens
Livret: Terrence MacNally

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 3 mois 1 semaine
Nombre : 10 previews - 52 représentations
Première Preview : vendredi 18 mai 2012
Première : lundi 28 mai 2012
Dernière : samedi 08 septembre 2012
Mise en scène : Timothy Sheader
Chorégraphie : Javier De Frutos
Avec : Ensemble - Jamal Andreas
Harry Houdini - Stephane Anelli
Little Boy - Fin Banks
Coalhouse Walker - Rolan Bell
Father - David Birrell
Ensemble - Louise Bowden
Evelyn Nesbit - Katie Brayben
Little Girl - Lily Burgering
Emma Goldman - Tamsin Carroll
J. P. Morgan - Anthony Clegg
Mother - Rosalie Craig
Little Boy - Rory Fraser
Ensemble - Hayley Gallivan
Ensemble - Shimi Goodman
Little Boy - Ewan Harris
Little Girl - Lila Heller
Younger Brother - Harry Hepple
Ensemble - Waylon Jacobs
Ensemble - Kurt Kansley
Sarah - Claudia Kariuki
Willie Conklin - Joshua Lacey
Ensemble Mireia - Mambo-Bokele
Tateh John - Marquez
Ensemble - Sandra Marvin
Booker T. Washington - Sophia Nomvete
Little Girl - Oriana Pooles
Ensemble - Corinna Powlesland
Ensemble - Caroline Rovina
Henry Ford - Carl Sanderson
Grandfather - Jo Servi
Ensemble - Lucy St Louis
Ensemble - Tom Woods
Presse : Metro
***** “three-time Olivier winner Timothy Sheader has raised the artistic bar...Ragtime is the most ambitious production yet” “an impressive spectacle”

Daily Mail
***** “UPLIFTING” Stephen Flaherty's score matches the energy of the new America with the ragtime music of the period, swelling into gospel and climaxing in misty-eyed anthems"

Financial Times
***** “with show-stopping numbers and a Houdini escapology act, this is a production that matches its material in scope and audacity”

Guardian
***** “It is staged with all the brilliance you’d expect of a man who has won the Olivier award for best musical revival three years running”

Daily Telegraph
***** “Sheader’s coup is to combine the period setting with a prologue set in a junkyard in present day America...the working crane dominates Jon Bausor’s striking design”

Evening Standard
***** “VISUALLY IMPOSING” “Especially impressive is the radiant Rosalie Craig, who is surely a star in the making”


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