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001 Five Guys Named Moe (UK Tour)
Joué durant  6 mois - UK Tour ( - Angleterre)

Première preview: ven 01 février 2002
Première: vendredi 01 février 2002
Dernière: sam 03 août 2002


Metteur en scène:
Charles Augins •  
Chorégraphe:
Charles Augins •  
Avec:

 

Commentaire:

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001 Eastward Ho! (Original)
Joué durant  1 mois 1 semaine - Mermaid Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)

65 représentations 

Première preview: Inconnu
Première: mardi 07 juillet 1981
Dernière: sam 15 août 1981


Metteur en scène:
Robert Chetwynd •  
Chorégraphe:
Charles Augins •  
Avec:

Richard O’Brien (Quicksilver), Paul Whitman (Golding), Prue Clarke (Mildred), Anita Dobson (Gertrude), Philip Sayer (Sir Petronel Flash), Mark Rylance, Vivienne Ross, Susan Beagley, Belinda Sinclair, Hugh Futcher 

Commentaire:

This was a musical version of the Ben Jonson/George Chapman play set in the City of London and alongside the Thames in the 17th Century . With its almost formulaic pattern to earlier Mermaid musicals - lying, cheating, fornicating, stealing to the strains of loud music and over-the-top performances - this was a flop. It was the first show in the newly rebuilt Mermaid following major re-development, and sadly was the beginning of a downward turn in the Mermaid’s fortunes.  (plus) 

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002 Five Guys Named Moe (Original)
Joué durant  1 mois - Theatre Royal Stratford East (Londres - Angleterre)

Première preview: Inconnu
Première: lundi 22 octobre 1990
Dernière: sam 24 novembre 1990


Metteur en scène:
Paulette Randall •  
Chorégraphe:
Charles Augins •  
Avec:

Clarke Peters (Four Eyed Moe - Stratford), C. Derricks-Carroll (Four Eyed Moe - Lyric), Kenny Andrews (Big Moe), Paul J. Medford (Little Moe), Peter Alex Newton (No Moe), Omar Okai {Eat Moe), Dig Wayne (Nomax) 

Commentaire:

Paulette Randall was credited as director at Stratford, but when the show came to London her name had disappeared and the Charles Augins was credited as Director-Choreographer. The show involved audience participation, with the audience invited to join a conga line through the auditorium during the intervals and out into the street after the show. Under the slogan “The Joint Never Stops Jumpin’” this was a long-running success. In April 1992 it was re-created on Broadway for a year’s run and 445 performances.  (plus) 

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003 Five Guys Named Moe (Original)
Joué durant  5 ans 2 mois 3 semaines - London Run (Londres - Angleterre)

2054 représentations 

Première preview: Inconnu
Première: lundi 22 octobre 1990
Dernière: sam 13 janvier 1996


Metteur en scène:
Paulette Randall •  
Chorégraphe:
Charles Augins •  
Avec:

Clarke Peters (Four Eyed Moe - Stratford), C. Derricks-Carroll (Four Eyed Moe - Lyric), Kenny Andrews (Big Moe), Paul J. Medford (Little Moe), Peter Alex Newton (No Moe), Omar Okai {Eat Moe), Dig Wayne (Nomax) 

Commentaire:

Paulette Randall was credited as director at Stratford, but when the show came to London her name had disappeared and the Charles Augins was credited as Director-Choreographer. The show involved audience participation, with the audience invited to join a conga line through the auditorium during the intervals and out into the street after the show. Under the slogan “The Joint Never Stops Jumpin’” this was a long-running success. In April 1992 it was re-created on Broadway for a year’s run and 445 performances.  (plus) 

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004 Five Guys Named Moe (Original)
Joué durant  4 ans 2 mois 3 semaines - Lyric Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)

Première preview: Inconnu
Première: vendredi 14 décembre 1990
Dernière: sam 04 mars 1995


Metteur en scène:
Paulette Randall •  
Chorégraphe:
Charles Augins •  
Avec:

Clarke Peters (Four Eyed Moe - Stratford), C. Derricks-Carroll (Four Eyed Moe - Lyric), Kenny Andrews (Big Moe), Paul J. Medford (Little Moe), Peter Alex Newton (No Moe), Omar Okai {Eat Moe), Dig Wayne (Nomax) 

Commentaire:

Paulette Randall was credited as director at Stratford, but when the show came to London her name had disappeared and the Charles Augins was credited as Director-Choreographer. The show involved audience participation, with the audience invited to join a conga line through the auditorium during the intervals and out into the street after the show. Under the slogan “The Joint Never Stops Jumpin’” this was a long-running success. In April 1992 it was re-created on Broadway for a year’s run and 445 performances.  (plus) 

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005 Five Guys Named Moe (Original)
Joué durant  7 mois 3 semaines - Noel Coward Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)

Première preview: Inconnu
Première: jeudi 25 mai 1995
Dernière: sam 13 janvier 1996


Metteur en scène:
Paulette Randall •  
Chorégraphe:
Charles Augins •  
Avec:

Tee Jaye Jenkins, Trent Kendall, Jason Pennycooke, Richard D. Sharp, Feruma Williams , Monroe Kent III (Nomax) 

Commentaire:

Paulette Randall was credited as director at Stratford, but when the show came to London her name had disappeared and the Charles Augins was credited as Director-Choreographer. The show involved audience participation, with the audience invited to join a conga line through the auditorium during the intervals and out into the street after the show. Under the slogan “The Joint Never Stops Jumpin’” this was a long-running success. In April 1992 it was re-created on Broadway for a year’s run and 445 performances.  (plus) 

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006 Fix (The) (Original London)
Joué durant  1 mois - Donmar Warehouse (Londres - Angleterre)

Première preview: jeu 24 avril 1997
Première: lundi 12 mai 1997
Dernière: sam 14 juin 1997


Metteur en scène:
Sam Mendes •  
Chorégraphe:
Charles Augins •  
Avec:

John Barrowman (Cal Chandler), Kathryn Evans (Violet Chandler), Philip Quast (Grahame Chandler), Krysten Cummings (Tina), David Firth, David Bardsley, Bogdan Kominowski, Mark Frendo, Gael Johnson, Christina Fry. 

Commentaire:

Cameron Mackintosh was happy to subsidise this new and very different piece of political satire with its rock music/vaudeville/country and western score, but was allegedly furious at the dismissive critical reaction, claiming London critics were too blinkered to accept anything new and progressive. The critics considered it comic-strip melodrama, with its Kennedy-esque satire grossly overdone and so full of cynicism that not one single character could involve the audience’s sympathy or interest. However, there was praise for the music and lyrics, and some suggestions that Dempsey and Rowe could be future talents to watch.  (plus) 

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007 Five Guys Named Moe (UK Tour)
Joué durant  6 mois - UK Tour ( - Angleterre)

Première preview: ven 01 février 2002
Première: vendredi 01 février 2002
Dernière: sam 03 août 2002


Metteur en scène:
Charles Augins •  
Chorégraphe:
Charles Augins •  
Avec:

 

Commentaire:

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