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Hair (2005-09-Gate Theatre-London)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Gate Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 mois 1 semaine
Nombre :
Première Preview : Thursday 22 September 2005
Première : Thursday 22 September 2005
Dernière : Saturday 29 October 2005
Mise en scène : Daniel Kramer
Chorégraphie : Ann Yee
Producteur :
Avec : Charles Aitken (Claude), Kevin Wathen (Berger), Gary Amers (Woof), Golda Rosheuvel (Hud), Joanna Ampil (Sheila), Robyn Isaac (Jeannie), Nancy Wei-George (Crissy)
Commentaires : This was an updated production, moving the setting from Vietnam in the 1960s to the current Iraq War, and updating LBJ to George Bush, etc. A second nude scene reproduced the notorious human pyramid photos of Abu Ghraib. However, this updating made no real sense: a musical about the lost “love and peace” generation became one about brash layabouts refusing to grow up; Claude was no longer the hapless victim of a policy forcing young men into the killing fields, rather he now volunteers for the army. It was generally felt that “Hair was truly a period piece which belonged in the 1960s, and this attempt at updating it did not really work. However, it was agreed the show still has one of the best musical scores to come out of that decade, well worth hearing again.

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Romeo and Juliet (2017-04-Globe Theatre-London)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Globe Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Salle : Globe Theatre
Durée : 2 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : Saturday 22 April 2017
Dernière : Sunday 09 July 2017
Mise en scène : Daniel Kramer
Chorégraphie :
Producteur :
Avec : Edward Hogg (Romeo), Kirsty Bushell (Juliet), Golda Rosheuvel (Mercutio), Ricky Champ (Tybalt), Martina Laird (Lady Capulet), Harish Patel (Friar Lawrence), Blythe Duff (Nurse), Jac Adu-Sarkodie, Siobhan Athwal, Keith Gilmore, Jonathan Livingstone, Sian Martin, Gareth Snook
Commentaires : This vibrant, volatile take on Romeo and Juliet will fearlessly confront the darker themes present in the play, the grotesque glamorisation of violence, sex and the brutality of death. The production will enjoy a dynamic mix of musical styles and soundscapes, including classical and modern pop.
Don’t miss this bold re-imagining of Shakespeare’s classic story.