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Musical (2006)


Musique: Michael Jackson
Paroles: Michael Jackson
Livret: Michael Jackson

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Lyric Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)

Durée : 11 ans 3 mois 1 semaine Se joue actuellement
Nombre :
Première Preview : vendredi 02 janvier 2009
Première : mercredi 21 janvier 2009
Dernière : Open end, ouvert actuellement jusqu'au dim. 26 avril 2020
Mise en scène : Gary Lloyd
Chorégraphie : Gary Lloyd
Avec : Kiran Alleyne / John Moabi/ Roger Wright/ Ben Foster/ Ricko Baird/ Sterling Williams ( Jacksons), Denise Pearson, Gary Lloyd
Presse : SANJY ROY for THE GUARDIAN says, "It's cute, kicking and retro, but also highlights a danger that looms large in this show: that even as a tot, Jackson was supremely gifted performer - both as a singer and a dancer - and this tribute, however well intended, inevitably pales by comparison." PAUL VALE for THE STAGE says, "This is very much an ensemble company and the dance team here deserve a special mention...some of the set pieces, particularly the Billie Jean/Thriller/Bad set are, quite literally, thrilling." FIONA MOUNTFORD for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "Thrilling, certainly, but empty, too." CHARLES SPENCER for THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "A glitzy concert of song and dance...a great night out, though the excessive running time means that it doesn't stop until you've had more than enough." BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, "There's no fictional conceit stitching the songs together in Adrian Grant's “celebration” of Michael Jackson's music. Instead, a barrage of awards and sales statistics (flashed up in graphics on a screen) punctuate set pieces featuring a revolving cast of six singers." JULIE CARPENTER for THE DAILY EXPRESS says, "A hugely enjoyable, gloriously upbeart, high energy show." MICHAEL COVENEY for THE INDEPENDENT says, "Immensely enjoyable compilation of the Michael Jackson catalogue...It's a shame that Gary Lloyd's production has no theatrical justification whatsoever, but the presentation is so enjoyably theatrical that the objection disintegrates. "


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