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Dorian (1997-09-Arts Theatre-London)Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Arts theatre (Londres - Angleterre) Salle : Main StageDurée : 1 mois Nombre : Première Preview : Thursday 25 September 1997Première : Monday 29 September 1997Dernière : Saturday 01 November 1997Mise en scène : Mehmet Ergen • Chorégraphie : Karen Rabinowitz • Producteur : Avec : Marcello Walton (Dorian), Nicholas Pound (Henry), Mark Huggins (Basil), Eliza Lumley (Sybil).Commentaires : A sung-through musical with a three-piece band and a cast of twelve, this was effectively a vanity production - nearly all the work of one man, David Reeves. The classic Oscar Wilde story of a man who stays young and beautiful while his portrait shows the signs of his age and decadence was intended as a study of the distance between appearance and truth. This adaptation lacked any subtlety, depth or wit and was unanimously damned as a dreadful waste of time. It lasted just one week.
I Can Get It for You Wholesale (2002-02-Arcola Theatre-London)Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Arcola Theatre (Londres - Angleterre) Durée : 2 mois Nombre : Première Preview : Tuesday 19 February 2002Première : Tuesday 19 February 2002Dernière : Tuesday 23 April 2002Mise en scène : Mehmet Ergen • William Galinsky • Chorégraphie : Gary Rowe • Producteur : Avec : Joseph Wicks (Harry Bogen), Fiona Branson (Mrs Bogen), Rosanne Priest (Ruthie), Jodi Mulcahy (Martha), Nichola Lagan (Miss Marmelstein)Commentaires : The original Broadway show opened in March 1962 and ran for 300 performances - notable for marking the debut of 19 year old Barbra Streisand, who nightly stopped the show with the song “Miss Marmalstein”. During the run of this show she made a real-life marriage to her leading man, Elliot ould.
This fringe London premiere with a cast of 20 and a band of just three received very mixed notices.