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Marguerite (2008)

Haymarket Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

20/05/2008 > 13/09/2008

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Haymarket Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

Dates

Première Preview: mercredi 07 mai 2008
Première: mardi 20 mai 2008
Dernière: samedi 13 septembre 2008

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Artistes

Mise en scène:
Jonathan Kent
Chorégraphie:
Aucun
Avec:
Ruthie Henshall (Marguerite), Julian Ovenden (Armand), Matt Cross (Pierrot), Alexander Hanson (Otto), Simon Thomas (Lucien), Annalene Beechey (Annette), Andrew C. Wadsworth (Georges), Gay Soper (Chanteuse), Keiron Crook (Hermann)

Presse

NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "Engaging production...The musical, both its book and music, did not greatly captivate me, but I was impressed by the way it raises serious moral questions. "
CHARLES SPENCER for THE DAILY TELEGRAPH says, "It's a serious disappointment...There's no real tension in the writing, while the characterisation is flaccid in the extreme."
BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, " Decent, enjoyable but not exactly thrilling show."
PAUL TAYLOR for THE INDEPENDENT says, "Fluent, strikingly designed production...a compelling, if flawed, new work."
MICHAEL BILLINGTON for THE GUARDIAN says, "If you can accept a musical with a less-than-sympathetic heroine, then there are things to savour...Fast-moving production."

Commentaire

This was an updated version of the Dumas novel “La Dame aux Camélias” and was received very favourably by the critics, with special praise for Ruthie Henshall. However, it was a dark tale and failed to catch on with the public. Originally scheduled to run until the beginning of November, lack of business led to its early closing on September 13 th . Since then it has undergone major re-writing and the new version has been staged in Japan and in the Czech Republic

 

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Version 1

Haymarket Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée : 3 mois 3 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : mer 07 mai 2008
Première : mar 20 mai 2008
Dernière : sam 13 septembre 2008
Mise en scène : Jonathan Kent
Chorégraphie : Aucun
Avec : Ruthie Henshall (Marguerite), Julian Ovenden (Armand), Matt Cross (Pierrot), Alexander Hanson (Otto), Simon Thomas (Lucien), Annalene Beechey (Annette), Andrew C. Wadsworth (Georges), Gay Soper (Chanteuse), Keiron Crook (Hermann)
Commentaires : This was an updated version of the Dumas novel “La Dame aux Camélias” and was received very favourably by the critics, with special praise for Ruthie Henshall. However, it was a dark tale and failed to catch on with the public. Originally scheduled to run until the beginning of November, lack of business led to its early closing on September 13 th . Since then it has undergone major re-writing and the new version has been staged in Japan and in the Czech Republic
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Version 2

Tabard Theatre à Londres (Revival)
Durée : 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : ven 05 octobre 2012
Première : mar 09 octobre 2012
Dernière : sam 27 octobre 2012
Mise en scène : Guy Unsworth
Chorégraphie : Cressida Carré
Avec : Yvette Robinson (Marguerite), Zoe Doano, James Darch, Alastair Knights, James Meunier, Nadim Naaman, Daniel Oliver, Michael Onslow, Jessica Parker, Helena Raeburn, Jennifer Rhodes, Mark Turnbull.
Commentaires :
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Version 3

Jiří Myron Theatre à Ostrava (Recréation)
Durée :
Nombre :
Première Preview : jeu 02 décembre 2010
Première : jeu 02 décembre 2010
Dernière : Inconnu
Mise en scène : Gabriela Haukvicová
Chorégraphie :
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Commentaires : This production was entirely different from the original staging in London, completely rewritten book and lyrics by Alain Boublil and his wife Marie Zamora. New musical numbers were written by Michel Legrand and completely new orchestration added by William David Brohn. This new version was produced by the subsidized theatre NDM (National Moravian Silesian Theatre) in Czech, with lyrics by Michael Prostejovsky. The Czech creative team was led by director Gabriela Haukvicová. The main actress Hana Fialová in the leading role was nominated for the Thalie Award in the category "operetta, musical and other musical-dramatic genres" for outstanding female stage performance.
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