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Musical (2004)

Musique: Irving Berlin
Paroles: Irving Berlin
Livret: David Ives • Paul Blake

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Dominion Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 mois 3 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : samedi 08 novembre 2014
Première : mercredi 12 novembre 2014
Dernière : samedi 03 janvier 2015
Mise en scène : Morgan Young
Chorégraphie : Randy Skinner
Avec : ) Aled Jones (Bob Wallace), Tom Chambers (Phil Davis), Wendi Peters (Martha), Graham Cole (General Waverley), Rachel Stanley (Betty Haynes), Louise Bowden (Judy Haynes), Lori Haley Fox, Michelle Bishop, Phil Cole, Brendan Cull, Jonathan Halliwell, Vikki-Marie Ryan, Lucinda Lawrence, Karen Aspinall, Emma Caffrey, Hayley Reed, Helen Patching, Vicki Davids, Jennifer Davison, Grace Holdstock, Ross McLaren, Joshua Lay, Matt Cheney, Jonny Labey, Anthony Whiteman, Eddie Myles, Stuart Winter, Matt Clark and Gary Murphy. Amy Snudden, Emily Robins, Sophia Pettet and Tatum Confrey will alternate the role of Susan
Presse : "I’m afraid that overall this dramatically flaky, commercially canny affair left me cold." Dominic Cavendish for The Telegraph

"You may feel that you've endured an entire lifetime of Christmases, white and otherwise, by the end of this amiable, lavish, dynamically danced, but dramatically insipid and ersatz-seeming stage-musical version of the famous 1954 movie." Paul Taylor for The Independent

"It liberally sprinkles snowflakes and cosiness and throws in an explosion of song and high-energy hoofing. The stage is so awash with syrupy sentiment that you fear somebody might slip and take a tumble." Lyn Gardner for The Guardian

"The songs — Sisters, Blue Skies and so on — are a perpetual delight, even if the narrative momentum gets stranded offstage for too-lengthy periods while the boys’ show is rehearsed. Ultimately and somewhat disappointingly, though, White Christmas left me with lukewarm cockles and a half-melted heart." Fiona Mountford for the Evening Standard