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Let the Good Stones Roll

Ambassadors Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

29/03/1978 > //

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Ambassadors Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

Résumé

The story of the Rolling Stones is used as an excuse to perform many of their standard hit songs. The various scenes try to explore the Stones’ career and their attitudes and the media’s attitudes towards them: Jagger’s relationship with the audience, the leadership squabbles, their anti-Establishment urge, and their reaction to the death of Brian Jones. All the women in their lives are portrayed by the same actress, and all the men on the fringes of their story played by one actor.

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Première Preview: Inconnu
Première: mercredi 29 mars 1978
Dernière: Inconnu

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Mise en scène:
Tony Craven
Chorégraphie:
Albin Pahernik
Avec:
Louis Selwyn (Mick), James Bath (Charlie), Joss Buckley (Bill), Colin Copperfield (Keith), David Gretton (Brian), Sara Coward (Girl), Martin Smith (Boy)

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Commentaire

Staged in the pretty and ornately decorated Ambassadors Theatre, in a shoestring production, with token attention paid to the story, and with all the surrounding characters treated as unpleasant caricatures, the show did not go down well with the critics, though many Stones fans were vociferous in their approval.

 

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Ambassadors Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée :
Nombre : 42 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : mer 29 mars 1978
Dernière : Inconnu
Mise en scène : Tony Craven
Chorégraphie : Albin Pahernik
Avec : Louis Selwyn (Mick), James Bath (Charlie), Joss Buckley (Bill), Colin Copperfield (Keith), David Gretton (Brian), Sara Coward (Girl), Martin Smith (Boy)
Commentaires : Staged in the pretty and ornately decorated Ambassadors Theatre, in a shoestring production, with token attention paid to the story, and with all the surrounding characters treated as unpleasant caricatures, the show did not go down well with the critics, though many Stones fans were vociferous in their approval.
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