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Musical (2006)

Musique: Alan Menken
Paroles: Glenn Slater
Livret: Bill Steinkellner • Cherie Steinkellner

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Palladium Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 an 5 mois
Nombre : 591 représentations
Première Preview : jeudi 07 mai 2009
Première : mardi 02 juin 2009
Dernière : samedi 30 octobre 2010
Mise en scène : Jerry Zaks
Chorégraphie : Anthony Van Laast
Avec : Patina Miller (Deloris), Chris Jarman (Shank), Nicolas Colicos (Bones), Ivan de Freitas (Dinero), Ako Mitchell (Eddie), Katie Rowley-Jones (Sister Mary Robert), Julia Sutton (Sister Mary Lazarus), Claire Greenaway (Sister Mary Patrick), Sheila Hancock (Mother Superior), Ian Lavender (Monsignor Howard), Thomas Goodridge, Amy Booth Steel, Debbie Kurup.
Commentaires : Was originally slated to close on January 1, 2011, but was forced to shutter early for Webber's new version of The Wizard of Oz.
Whoopi was forced to end her run early, but returned for one performance on October 22, and two each on October 23 and 25.
Presse : FIONA MOUNTFORD for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "It’s a wimple-wibbling, habit-forming triumph." MICHAEL BILLINGTON for THE GUARDIAN says, "A show that feels less like a personally driven work of art than a commercial exploitation of an existing franchise...What was originally a fairytale fantasy, however, makes little sense in its new, vulgarised incarnation." BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, "A rather sweet, sentimental film has been hyped up, coarsened... There’s less deft comedy, but much more music, most of it indebted to the 1970s, where the action is now set." CHARLES SPENCER for THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "Sister Act proves more enjoyable on stage than it did on film...the cheers and standing ovation at the end were both genuine and deserved...With slick and witty choreography...and pacy direction...I suspect this musical comedy about a nun on the run could prove habit-forming...." LISA MARTLAND for THE STAGE says, "Highly recommended." QUENTIN LETTS for THE DAILY MAIL says, "I hated its artistic laziness, its predictability, its incuriosity, its idea that disco is divine..."