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Bernadette (1990)

Dominion Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

21/06/1990 > 14/07/1990

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Dominion Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

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Première Preview: Inconnu
Première: jeudi 21 juin 1990
Dernière: samedi 14 juillet 1990

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Mise en scène:
Ernest Maxim
Chorégraphie:
Pat Dennison
Avec:
Natalie Wright (Bernadette Soubrious), Nikki Ankara (Louise Soubrious), Meredith Braun (Camille), Terry Mitchell (Philippe), William Pool, Chris van Cleve, Robin Samson, Drew Millar.
(One of the children in the show was Martine McCutcheon)

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The husband and wife team who wrote this show were supported by the Daily Mirror, who urged their readers to become “angels” and invest in this, the “peoples’ musical”. Hundreds of readers contributed small sums, and a former chauffeur put up £500,000 of his life’s savings, thus raising the £1.25 million needed. The opening night was cheered to the rafters by a house packed with hundreds of investors, but the critics were damning (“three thousand angels and not a prayer”, “Pass the loaves and fishes, they need a miracle”). Despite a blessing from the Pope for the cast and authors, and the investors coming up with more money, the show came off after 3 weeks, losing all its investment.

 

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Dominion Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée : 3 semaines
Nombre : 28 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : jeu 21 juin 1990
Dernière : sam 14 juillet 1990
Mise en scène : Ernest Maxim
Chorégraphie : Pat Dennison
Avec : Natalie Wright (Bernadette Soubrious), Nikki Ankara (Louise Soubrious), Meredith Braun (Camille), Terry Mitchell (Philippe), William Pool, Chris van Cleve, Robin Samson, Drew Millar.
(One of the children in the show was Martine McCutcheon)
Commentaires : The husband and wife team who wrote this show were supported by the Daily Mirror, who urged their readers to become “angels” and invest in this, the “peoples’ musical”. Hundreds of readers contributed small sums, and a former chauffeur put up £500,000 of his life’s savings, thus raising the £1.25 million needed. The opening night was cheered to the rafters by a house packed with hundreds of investors, but the critics were damning (“three thousand angels and not a prayer”, “Pass the loaves and fishes, they need a miracle”). Despite a blessing from the Pope for the cast and authors, and the investors coming up with more money, the show came off after 3 weeks, losing all its investment.
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