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Musical (2016)


Musique: Chris Miller
Paroles: Nathan Tysen
Livret: Claudia Shear

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Broadhurst Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)

Durée : 1 mois
Nombre : 28 previews - 39 représentations
Première Preview : jeudi 31 mars 2016
Première : mardi 26 avril 2016
Dernière : dimanche 29 mai 2016
Mise en scène : Casey Nicholaw
Chorégraphie : Casey Nicholaw
Avec : Carolee Carmello (Mae Tuck), Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Jesse Tuck), Michael Park (Angus Tuck), Terrence Mann (The Man in the Yellow Suit), Fred Applegate (Constable Joe), Robert Lenzi (Miles Tuck), Pippa Pearthree (Nana), Michael Wartella (Hugo), Valerie Wright (Betsy Foster), Sarah Charles Lewis (Winnie Foster)
Presse : "A warm-spirited and piercingly touching musical that has nothing flashy or splashy about it." Charles Isherwood for New York Times

"Sweetly wholesome but hyperactive new Broadway musical." Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News

"It’s pretty crazy that this story about regret, mortality and big life choices — make that 'eternal life or death' choices — could end up so toothless." Elisabeth Vincentelli for New York Post

"I can admire several elements here; they just seem slightly misjudged or misaligned. For all Tuck’s thematic concerns with immortality, I doubt a long life awaits it in this competitive market for Broadway family fare." David Cote for Time Out New York

"The show that opened Tuesday at the Broadhurst Theatre is wonderfully crafted, a Nicholaw hallmark. Poignancy mixes well with humor, the songs are fresh and sweet, the set is blissful and the performances honest. It has a polished feel. All of the parts work smartly." Mark Kennedy for Associated Press

"Although the show... boasts solid production values and professionalism thanks to director-choreographer Casey Nicholaw and a cast filled with Broadway veterans, it's likely destined for an all-too-finite life on the Great White Way." Frank Scheck for Hollywood Reporter

"The show’s warmhearted tale and handsome production values also bode well for a family-centric market, especially on the road. But more jaded theatergoers will likely find the proceedings not so much timeless as time-consuming — a production rooted in the twee of life." Frank Rizzo for Variety


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