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Old Vic
Londres - Angleterre

27/10/1964 > 12/06/1965

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Old Vic - Londres - Angleterre

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Première Preview: Inconnu
Première: mardi 27 octobre 1964
Dernière: samedi 12 juin 1965

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Mise en scène:
Noël Coward
Chorégraphie:
Avec:
Edith Evans, Maggie Smith, Louise Purnell, Derek Jacobi, Barbara Hicks, Anthony Nicholls, Robert Stephens, Robert Lang, Lynn Redgrave

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As Sheridan Morley noted in his Theatrical Companion to Coward, this was the first production at the National to be written and directed by a living playwright. Coward directed “a cast that could have played the Albanian telephone directory” with success. Leading the bohemian charge was Edith Evans as Judith Bliss, with Derek Jacobi, Lynn Redgrave, Robert Stephens and Maggie Smith also in the acclaimed mix. After the 1956 revolution of Look Back in Anger and kitchen-sink drama, the revival of this 1924 hit was “largely responsible for the start of the 'Noel Coward Renaissance'”.

 

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Old Vic à Londres (Revival)
Durée : 7 mois 2 semaines
Nombre : 51 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : mar 27 octobre 1964
Dernière : sam 12 juin 1965
Mise en scène : Noël Coward
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Edith Evans, Maggie Smith, Louise Purnell, Derek Jacobi, Barbara Hicks, Anthony Nicholls, Robert Stephens, Robert Lang, Lynn Redgrave
Commentaires : As Sheridan Morley noted in his Theatrical Companion to Coward, this was the first production at the National to be written and directed by a living playwright. Coward directed “a cast that could have played the Albanian telephone directory” with success. Leading the bohemian charge was Edith Evans as Judith Bliss, with Derek Jacobi, Lynn Redgrave, Robert Stephens and Maggie Smith also in the acclaimed mix. After the 1956 revolution of Look Back in Anger and kitchen-sink drama, the revival of this 1924 hit was “largely responsible for the start of the 'Noel Coward Renaissance'”.
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