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March of the Falsettos (1981)

Noel Coward Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

24/03/1987 > 18/04/1987

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Noel Coward Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

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Première Preview: Inconnu
Première: mardi 24 mars 1987
Dernière: samedi 18 avril 1987

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Mise en scène:
Paul Kerryson • Roger Haines
Chorégraphie:
Avec:
Martin Smith (Marvin), Simon Green (Whizzer), Barry James (Mendel), Paddy Navin (Trina), Damien Walker/James Trickett (Jason)

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Originally part of a series of off-Broadway shows - In Trousers (1985), March of the Falsettos (1981) and Falsettoland (1990) - the works would later be amalgamated into an on-Broadway production “Falsettos” (1992) and would win a Tony Award for the book and score. This London production of the middle show was first staged at the Manchester Library Theatre in January 1986 and was originally planned and directed by Howard Lloyd-Lewis, the dynamic and rising artistic director at Manchester Library, who sadly died at the age of 42 from a heart attack as rehearsals began. The London audiences dismissed this virtually sung-through show as an “over-rated Broadway cult”, while New Yorkers considered it to be a masterly story of gay life in modern
times.

 

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Noel Coward Theatre à Londres (Original London)
Durée : 3 semaines
Nombre : 29 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : mar 24 mars 1987
Dernière : sam 18 avril 1987
Mise en scène : Paul Kerryson • Roger Haines
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Martin Smith (Marvin), Simon Green (Whizzer), Barry James (Mendel), Paddy Navin (Trina), Damien Walker/James Trickett (Jason)
Commentaires : Originally part of a series of off-Broadway shows - In Trousers (1985), March of the Falsettos (1981) and Falsettoland (1990) - the works would later be amalgamated into an on-Broadway production “Falsettos” (1992) and would win a Tony Award for the book and score. This London production of the middle show was first staged at the Manchester Library Theatre in January 1986 and was originally planned and directed by Howard Lloyd-Lewis, the dynamic and rising artistic director at Manchester Library, who sadly died at the age of 42 from a heart attack as rehearsals began. The London audiences dismissed this virtually sung-through show as an “over-rated Broadway cult”, while New Yorkers considered it to be a masterly story of gay life in modern
times.
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