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Musique: Burt Bacharach • Paroles: Hal David • Livret: Neil Simon • Production originale: 1 version mentionnée
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Genèse: Broadway (1968-1972) After a tryout in Washington, D.C., the show premiered on Broadway at the Shubert Theatre on December 1, 1968, and closed on January 1, 1972 after 1,281 performances. Directed by Robert Moore, choreographed by Michael Bennett with Bob Avian as assistant choreographer, the cast featured Jerry Orbach as Chuck Baxter, Jill O'Hara as Fran and Edward Winter as J. D. Sheldrake. Featured in small or ensemble roles were Kelly Bishop, Graciela Daniele, Ken Howard, Baayork Lee, Donna McKechnie, Frank Pietri, Margo Sappington, and Marian Mercer. A national tour starring Melissa Hart as Fran performed throughout the United States during the early 1970s. West End (1969) The show was first produced in London's West End at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1969, featuring Tony Roberts and Betty Buckley. It ran for 560 performances. Broadway revival (2010-2011) A reading for a revival of the musical was held in October 2008 with Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth. The revival opened at the Broadway Theatre on April 25, 2010, after previews starting on March 27. Directed and choreographed by Rob Ashford, the revival starred Sean Hayes, Kristin Chenoweth, Brooks Ashmanskas, Katie Finneran and Tony Goldwyn. The Bacharach-David songs "I Say a Little Prayer", a 1967 million-selling hit written for Dionne Warwick, and "A House Is Not a Home" were added to the score. Due to pregnancy, Katie Finneran departed the role of Marge on October 10, 2010, and was replaced by Saturday Night Live veteran Molly Shannon. Hayes, Chenoweth and Shannon remained with the production until its closing on January 2, 2011. The show had 291 performances and 30 previews.
Création: 1/12/1968 - Shubert Theatre (Broadway) - représ.
Musique: Burt Bacharach • Paroles: Hal David • Livret: Production originale: 3 versions mentionnées
Résumé: Burt Bacharach’s celebrated songbook is given a new interpretation with Kyle Riabko’s musical arrangements. A 90-minute non-stop musical journey in which the 27 –year-old Riabko leads a talented group of young performers through Bacharach’s classic melodies, blending nostalgia and innovation, where generations old and new can revel in the joy of the Bacharach catalogue as if for the very first time.
Création: 19/11/2013 - New York Theatre Workshop (Broadway (Off)) - représ.