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Boys from Syracuse (The) (1991-07-Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park-London)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 mois 1 semaine
Nombre :
Première Preview : Monday 22 July 1991
Première : Wednesday 24 July 1991
Dernière : Thursday 05 September 1991
Mise en scène : Judi Dench
Chorégraphie : Kenn Oldfield
Producteur :
Avec : Cast: Peter Woodward (Antipholus of Syracuse), Jenny Galloway (Luce), Louise Gold (Adriana), Gillian Bevan (Luciana), Richard O’Callaghan (Dromio of Syracuse), Gavin Muir (Dromio of Ephesus), Bill Homewood (Antipholus o f Ephesus)
Commentaires : Autumn the production went on tour, including playing The Forum Theatre Billingham Cleveland around 17 September 1991, and Theatre Royal Brighton from 14 to 19 October 1991.
Presse : "After the second rude interruption, Louise Gold, as Adriana declared it was a lovely day. Huddled under our macs and brollies, we believed her. And when the gleefully statuesque, not-so-pure Gold ripped into the splendid trio of "Sing For Your Supper," we would have believed anything." Michael Coveney - The Observer, 28 July '91
"The adaptation softens the character of Adriana - Louise Gold plays her delightfully, as a woman whose sexual potential is being far from fully tapped. There's an aura of surplus desire about her that is both comic and wistful. It's characteristic that at the end - Gold doesn't freak out but coos like a rampant dove." Paul Taylor - Independent, 26 July '91
"Falling In Love With Love", sung with exquisite sweetness by Louise Gold, a monument to precariously-controlled wifely patience…. But it is "Sing For Your Supper", trilled in harmony by Miss Gold, Gillian Bevan and Jenny Galloway, which stops the show. Do go." Jack Tinker - The Daily Mail, 25th July '91