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Musical (1957)


Musique: Leonard Bernstein
Paroles: Stephen Sondheim
Livret: Arthur Laurents

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: London Run (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 an 3 mois
Nombre : 522 représentations
Première Preview : mardi 06 octobre 1998
Première : mardi 06 octobre 1998
Dernière : samedi 08 janvier 2000
Mise en scène : Alan Johnson
Chorégraphie : Alan Johnson
Avec : David Habbin (Tony), Katie Knight-Adams (Maria), Edward Baker-Duly (Riff), Edward Hayes-Neary (Diesel), Graham Macduff (Bernardo), Anna-Jane Casey (Anita) , Teddy Green, Alexander Delamere
Commentaires : This touring production was as near as possible a complete re-creation of the original version from 40 years earlier - with some added significance in that Jerome Robbins had died a few months prior to its revival. Several critics felt the magnificent show had a whiff of mothballs about it, and needed a completely new approach (like the current “Oklahoma” at the National Theatre.) The “dream ballet” was especially felt to be very dated, and the finger-clicking routines seemed over-choreographed and lacking spontaneity for today’s audiences.) However, others felt it held up extremely well and everyone agreed it remained one of the most brilliant scores in musical theatre. It ran for fifteen weeks at the Prince Edward and then transferred to the Prince of Wales for another year, closing January 8th 2000.
Prince Edward Theatre: 6/10/1998 - 16/1/1999
Prince of Wales Theatre: 22/1/1999 - 8/1/2000



Série 1

Théâtre: Prince Edward Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 10 ans 3 mois 2 semaines
Nombre : 119 représentations
Première Preview : jeu. 01 octobre 1998
Première : sam. 01 octobre 1988
Dernière : sam. 16 janvier 1999
Mise en scène : Alan Johnson
Chorégraphie : Alan Johnson
Avec : David Habbin (Tony), Katie Knight-Adams (Maria), Edward Baker-Duly (Riff), Edward Hayes-Neary (Diesel), Graham Macduff (Bernardo), Anna-Jane Casey (Anita) , Teddy Green, Alexander Delamere
Commentaires : This touring production was as near as possible a complete re-creation of the original version from 40 years earlier - with some added significance in that Jerome Robbins had died a few months prior to its revival. Several critics felt the magnificent show had a whiff of mothballs about it, and needed a completely new approach (like the current “Oklahoma” at the National Theatre.) The “dream ballet” was especially felt to be very dated, and the finger-clicking routines seemed over-choreographed and lacking spontaneity for today’s audiences.) However, others felt it held up extremely well and everyone agreed it remained one of the most brilliant scores in musical theatre. It ran for fifteen weeks at the Prince Edward and then transferred to the Prince of Wales for another year, closing January 8th 2000.
Prince Edward Theatre: 6/10/1998 - 16/1/1999
Prince of Wales Theatre: 22/1/1999 - 8/1/2000



Série 2

Théâtre: Prince of Wales Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 11 mois 3 semaines
Nombre : 403 représentations
Première Preview : ven. 22 janvier 1999
Première : ven. 22 janvier 1999
Dernière : sam. 08 janvier 2000
Mise en scène : Alan Johnson
Chorégraphie : Alan Johnson
Avec : Celia Graham (Maria), Paul Manuel (Tony), Anna-Jane Casey (Anita), Edward Baker Duly (Riff), Graham MacDuff (Bernardo)
Commentaires : This touring production was as near as possible a complete re-creation of the original version from 40 years earlier - with some added significance in that Jerome Robbins had died a few months prior to its revival. Several critics felt the magnificent show had a whiff of mothballs about it, and needed a completely new approach (like the current “Oklahoma” at the National Theatre.) The “dream ballet” was especially felt to be very dated, and the finger-clicking routines seemed over-choreographed and lacking spontaneity for today’s audiences.) However, others felt it held up extremely well and everyone agreed it remained one of the most brilliant scores in musical theatre. It ran for fifteen weeks at the Prince Edward and then transferred to the Prince of Wales for another year, closing January 8th 2000.
Prince Edward Theatre: 6/10/1998 - 16/1/1999
Prince of Wales Theatre: 22/1/1999 - 8/1/2000





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