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Musical (2006)

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

Type de série: Original Broadway
Théâtre: Broadway Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 1 an 4 mois 1 semaine
Nombre : 28 previews - 561 représentations
Première Preview : jeudi 24 mars 2011
Première : mercredi 20 avril 2011
Dernière : dimanche 26 août 2012
Mise en scène : Jerry Zaks
Chorégraphie : Anthony Van Laast
Avec : Patina Miller (Deloris Van Cartier), Victoria Clark (ii) (Mother Superior), Sarah Bolt (Sister Mary Patrick), Marla Mindelle (Sister Mary Robert), Audrie Neenan (Sister Mary Lazarus), Chester Gregory II (Eddie Souther), Fred Applegate (Monsignor Howard), John Treacy Egan (Joey), Demond Green (TJ), Kingsley Leggs (Curtis Shank)
Commentaires : On January 31, 2011, several theatre sources reported that Raven-Symoné (of Cosby Show, Hangin' with Mr. Cooper, and That's So Raven! fame) would be replacing Patina Miller.
Recorded at the matinee on February 8, 2012 for the Lincoln Center Archives.
Presse : "Tame, innocuous and frankly a little dull." Charles Isherwood for NY Times / "A blessed event has landed on Broadway. ... a feel-good crowd-pleaser worth celebrating." Joe Dziemianowicz for NY Daily News / "One of the season’s happiest surprises."
Elisabeth Vincentelli for New York Post / "Delivered with exceptional glee and polish."
Jeremy Gerard for Bloomberg / "A ramshackle yet agreeable film comedy with plausibility issues has here become an even more ramshackle and outlandish musical comedy that consistently diminishes its source." Erik Haagensen for Back Stage / "A lively and extremely funny musical comedy with an infectious score of new disco numbers" Robert Feldberg for The Record / "It’s not the most brilliant musical ever written, but plenty of laughter rocks the rafters." Michael Sommers for Newsroom Jersey / "Despite some missteps, Sister Act comes together to provide payoff in laughs, emotional uplift and spectacle. " David Rooney for The Hollywood Reporter / "Glossy, but seems like a worn set of tires repatched too often." Steven Suskin for Variety