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Pins and Needles (1937)

Princess Theatre
Broadway (Off) - Etats-Unis

27/11/1937 > //

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Princess Theatre - Broadway (Off) - Etats-Unis

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Première Preview: samedi 27 novembre 1937
Première: samedi 27 novembre 1937
Dernière: Inconnu

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Mise en scène:
Charles Friedman • Robert H. Gordon
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From May to December, 1938, the original cast toured and was replaced with a new cast.

In April, 1939, a new edition, using both old and new material, was presented under the title Pins and Needles 1939. By June the show was relocated at the Windsor Theatre and by September the title was changed to Pins and Needles 1940 and in November to New Pins and Needles

 

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Version 1

Princess Theatre à Broadway (Off) (Original)
Durée :
Nombre :
Première Preview : sam 27 novembre 1937
Première : sam 27 novembre 1937
Dernière : Inconnu
Mise en scène : Charles Friedman • Robert H. Gordon
Chorégraphie :
Avec :
Commentaires : From May to December, 1938, the original cast toured and was replaced with a new cast.

In April, 1939, a new edition, using both old and new material, was presented under the title Pins and Needles 1939. By June the show was relocated at the Windsor Theatre and by September the title was changed to Pins and Needles 1940 and in November to New Pins and Needles
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Version 2

Cock Tavern à Londres (Original London)
Durée : 3 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : ven 19 novembre 2010
Première : ven 19 novembre 2010
Dernière : sam 11 décembre 2010
Mise en scène : Rachel Grunwald
Chorégraphie : Nicola Martin • Josephine Kiernan
Avec : David Barnes, Mark Gillon, Laure-Kate Gordon, Josephine Kiernan, Elain Lloyd, Elizabeth Pruett, Rachel Rose Reid, Matthew Rutherford, Adam Walker
Commentaires : This production at the Cock Tavern was its London premiere and had undergone a number of slight revisions to suit the country and the times – but the critics were delighted at how much of the original still had satirical relevance today
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