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Cavalcade (1931)

Sadler's Wells Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

16/08/1995 > 02/09/1995

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Sadler's Wells Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

Dates

Première Preview: mercredi 16 août 1995
Première: mercredi 16 août 1995
Dernière: samedi 02 septembre 1995

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Mise en scène:
Dan Crawford
Chorégraphie:
Elizabeth Blake
Avec:
Gabrielle Drake (Jane Marryott), Jeremy Clyde (Robert Marryott), Nicky Goldie (Mrs Bridges), Scott Morgan (Alfred Bridges), Rosalind Bailey, Lisa Bowerman, Steffan Boje, Jon Peterson, Caroline Oliver, Penelope Woodman, Ian McLarnon, Siv Klynderud, Virginia Courtney, Terri Lewis, Nigel Denham

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The original premiere in 1931 at Drury Lane involved great spectacle, massive sets and a professional cast of over 200 including Mary Claire, Edward Sinclair, John Mills, Irene Browne, Una O’Connor, Arthur McCrae and Moyra Nugent. The show was very successful and ran for almost a year. Because of its size and enormous production costs, it has never been revived on anything like its original scale. The work provided the idea for the 1970s television series “Upstairs Downstairs”.
This revival had started at Bromley and was part of an extensive UK tour. In each city the basic professional cast of 15 people would be augmented by hundreds of local amateurs and a large number of children, with several teams of children in each venue because of licensing restrictions. It required an extremely complex system of rehearsals dealing with the ever-changing cast of supernumaries. The Sadler’s Wells production used 275 extras.

 

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Version 1

Drury Lane Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée :
Nombre : 405 représentations
Première Preview : mar 13 octobre 1931
Première : mar 13 octobre 1931
Dernière : Inconnu
Mise en scène : Noël Coward
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Mary Clare (Jane Marryot), Edward Sinclair (Robert Marryot), Una O'Connor (Ellen Bridges), Fred Groves (Alfred Bridges), Irene Browne (Margaret Harris), Alison Leggatt (Edith Harris), Arthur Macrae (Edward Marryot), John Mills (Joe Marryot), Binnie Barnes (Fanny Bridges), Veronica Vanderlyn (Edith)
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Version 2

Sadler's Wells Theatre à Londres (Revival)
Durée : 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mer 16 août 1995
Première : mer 16 août 1995
Dernière : sam 02 septembre 1995
Mise en scène : Dan Crawford
Chorégraphie : Elizabeth Blake
Avec : Gabrielle Drake (Jane Marryott), Jeremy Clyde (Robert Marryott), Nicky Goldie (Mrs Bridges), Scott Morgan (Alfred Bridges), Rosalind Bailey, Lisa Bowerman, Steffan Boje, Jon Peterson, Caroline Oliver, Penelope Woodman, Ian McLarnon, Siv Klynderud, Virginia Courtney, Terri Lewis, Nigel Denham
Commentaires : The original premiere in 1931 at Drury Lane involved great spectacle, massive sets and a professional cast of over 200 including Mary Claire, Edward Sinclair, John Mills, Irene Browne, Una O’Connor, Arthur McCrae and Moyra Nugent. The show was very successful and ran for almost a year. Because of its size and enormous production costs, it has never been revived on anything like its original scale. The work provided the idea for the 1970s television series “Upstairs Downstairs”.
This revival had started at Bromley and was part of an extensive UK tour. In each city the basic professional cast of 15 people would be augmented by hundreds of local amateurs and a large number of children, with several teams of children in each venue because of licensing restrictions. It required an extremely complex system of rehearsals dealing with the ever-changing cast of supernumaries. The Sadler’s Wells production used 275 extras.
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