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Musical (2015)


Musique: Daniel Messé
Paroles: Daniel Messé • Nathan Tysen
Livret: Craig Lucas

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

Durée : 1 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : jeudi 09 mars 2017
Première : lundi 03 avril 2017
Dernière : dimanche 21 mai 2017
Mise en scène : Pam MacKinnon
Chorégraphie : Sam Pinkleton
Avec : Phillipa Soo (Amélie), Adam Chanler-Berat (Nino), David Andino (Blind Beggar/Garden Gnome), Randy Blair (Hipolito), Heath Calvert (Lucien/Lug/Mysterious Man), Alison Cimmet (Amandine/Philomene), Savvy Crawford (Young Amélie), Manoel Felciano (Raphael/Bretodeaux), Harriett D. Foy (Suzanne), Alyse Alan Louis (Georgette/Sylvie), Maria-Christina Oliveras (Gina), Tony Sheldon (Collignon/Dufayel), Paul Whitty (Joseph)
Presse : "The mild-mannered musical adaptation of this movie, which opened on Monday night at the Walter Kerr Theater, is unlikely to stir similar passions...it is pleasant to look at, easy to listen to and oddly recessive. It neither offends nor enthralls." Ben Brantley for New York Times

"“Times are hard for dreamers,” the heroine observes. The same goes for audiences dreaming that this show would transcend, or even match, the movie." Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News

"Book writer Craig Lucas and songwriters Daniel Messé and Nathan Tysen are at pains to articulate a singable emotional center of the source while staying true to its careening, cinematic narrative. The two duties ultimately cancel each other out." David Cote for Time Out New York

"From the music to the staging to the cartoonish set design, it reeks of well-intentioned children's theatre." Roma Torre for NY1

"This grating stage musical takes the slenderest of romances and drowns it in cartoonish quirks in place of genuine warmth or feeling. And while Phillipa Soo is a creditable stand-in for the movie's uber-gamine Audrey Tautou, as a musical comedy heroine, Amelie Poulain is a dud." David Rooney for Hollywood Reporter

"But the star is so bland here, she's not even Phillipa Soo. More than helpful, it's almost mandatory to have seen the movie if you hope to follow the erratic events of Craig Lucas's twee book." Marilyn Stasio for Variety


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