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A Tribute to the Blues Brothers (1991)

Trafalgar Studios 1
Londres - Angleterre

12/08/1991 > 06/06/1992

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Trafalgar Studios 1 - Londres - Angleterre

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Première Preview: Inconnu
Première: lundi 12 août 1991
Dernière: samedi 06 juin 1992

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Mise en scène:
David Leland
Chorégraphie:
Carole Todd
Avec:
Con O’Neill (Jake), Warwick Evans (Elwood), Greg Brown, Ian Robert, Liza Spenz (The Bluettes).

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The Blues Brothers never existed in real life: Con O’Neill & Warwick Evans were characters played by John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd in the 1980 film of the same name. Over the years Belushi acquired posthumous cult status and the film itself inspired this spin-off. Neither a concert nor a performance, and rather oddly Anglicised so that it was emphatically a “tribute” to the Blues Brothers rather than a breach of any American copyright, the critics generally thought the backing chorus (The Bluettes) were the best thing about the show. However, audiences loved it, and the show ran for ten months before going on a UK and European tour. It then came back into the West End in September 1994.

 

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Version 1

Trafalgar Studios 1 à Londres (Original)
Durée : 9 mois 4 semaines
Nombre : 360 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : lun 12 août 1991
Dernière : sam 06 juin 1992
Mise en scène : David Leland
Chorégraphie : Carole Todd
Avec : Con O’Neill (Jake), Warwick Evans (Elwood), Greg Brown, Ian Robert, Liza Spenz (The Bluettes).
Commentaires : The Blues Brothers never existed in real life: Con O’Neill & Warwick Evans were characters played by John Belushi and Dan Ackroyd in the 1980 film of the same name. Over the years Belushi acquired posthumous cult status and the film itself inspired this spin-off. Neither a concert nor a performance, and rather oddly Anglicised so that it was emphatically a “tribute” to the Blues Brothers rather than a breach of any American copyright, the critics generally thought the backing chorus (The Bluettes) were the best thing about the show. However, audiences loved it, and the show ran for ten months before going on a UK and European tour. It then came back into the West End in September 1994.
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