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0001 - Once (2012)
Musique: Glen Hansard • Markéta Irglová
Paroles: Glen Hansard • Markéta Irglová
Livret: Enda Walsh
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Genèse: Off-Broadway (2011-12) Once premiered at the New York Theater Workshop on December 6, 2011, following previews from November 15, on a run through January 15, 2012. Under the direction of John Tiffany, the original cast was led by Steve Kazee and Cristin Milioti as Guy and Girl, respectively. The production was nominated for Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Musical (Winner), Outstanding Director, Outstanding Choreographer (Winner), Outstanding Scenic Design (Bob Crowley), Outstanding Lighting Design (Natasha Katz) (Winner), Outstanding Sound Design (Clive Goodwin), and Outstanding Lead Actress. The production won the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Musical. Broadway (2012-) The musical then began previews on Broadway at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre from February 28, 2012 and officially opening on March 18. Kazee and Milioti repeated their performances from the Off-Broadway cast. The production received eleven Tony Award nominations, winning eight, including Best Musical. It also won the Drama League Award for Distinguished Production of a Musical for 2011-12. Dublin / West End (2013-) Following a limited engagement at Dublin's Gaiety Theatre from February 22 until March 9, 2013, starring Declan Bennett (Guy) and Zrinka Cvitešić (Girl), the show made its West End debut at the Phoenix Theatre, London. Previews began March 16, which was followed by an April 9 opening night. Bennett and Cvitešić reprise their roles from the Dublin run. Bennett and Cvitešić made an appearance on BBC's The Graham Norton Show for the televised show on May 31, 2013. Prior to an interview, they performed "Falling Slowly".


Création: 18/3/2012 - Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre (Broadway) - représ.