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Musique: Lucy Simon • Paroles: Amy Powers • Michael Korie • Livret: Michael Weller • Production originale: 2 versions mentionnées
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As it chronicles love, war, survival instincts and purpose in a rapidly changing world. "Doctor Zhivago" is an earnest romance with an epic, operatic scope.
Genèse: The show originally premiered as Zhivago in 2006 at the La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, California, with Ivan Hernandez in the title role as Yurii Zhivago. A 2011 Australian touring production directed by Des McAnuff premiered as Doctor Zhivago – A New Musical at the Lyric Theatre, Sydney, in 2011. The Sydney cast included Anthony Warlow as Yurii Zhivago, Lucy Maunder as Lara, Taneel Van Zyl as Tonia and Martin Crewes as Pasha. The show received glowing reviews. The production ran from February 19 through April 3, 2011, before travelling to Melbourne where it ran there from April through May 29, 2011. Following Melbourne, a limited run was originally set at Brisbane from July 6 through July 31, but was extended a further two weeks, through August 14, 2011. A 2012 Seoul original production directed by Des McAnuff, premiered at the Charlotte Theatre, Seoul, in 2012. The cast included Jo Seung-woo and Hong Kwang-ho as Yurii Zhivago, Jeon Mido and Kim Jiwoo as Lara Guisher, Choi Hyunjoo as Tonia, Kang Pilsuk as Pasha. It began previews on January 25, 2012, opened on January 27, 2012, and closed on June 3, 2012. In August 2014 Doctor Zhivago had its Scandinavian premier at Malmö Opera. Sanna Nielsen starred as Lara, Christopher Wollter as Zhivago and Phillip Jalmelid as Pasha. It ran from August 29 to January 31. The show was performed in Swedish. A 2015 Broadway production, again directed by Des McAnuff, starred Tam Mutu as Yurii Zhivago and Kelli Barrett as Lara Guisher. It began previews at the Broadway Theatre on March 27, 2015, opened on April 21, 2015, and closed on May 10, 2015, due to low ticket sales and a lack of Tony Award nominations. It had played a total of 26 previews and 23 performances. Original Cast recording was recently mixed at Audio Paint Studios in New York City between June 4th and July 12th.
Résumé: Boris Pasternak's novel is known for it's immensely intricate and detailed plot, and conforms to the Russian tradition of referring to characters by many nicknames. In brief, DV is the story of Yuri, a young boy orphaned and sent to live with a wealthy family after his parents die. He grows up and goes on to marry the daughter of the house, Tonya, who becomes a loyal wife. At the same time, Lara is in a tumultuous relationship with an older man, who she tries to assassinate at a party. Saved from herself by Pasha, a young idealist, she marries him, only for the changing state of Russia to transform him to into a cold and terrifying fighter in the war. Whilst searching for him, she enters the battle as a nurse, where she meets Yuri Zhivago and falls for him, starting a romance that spans distance, years and surivices when no one can be truly sure of their fate…
Création: 21/4/2015 - Broadway Theatre (Broadway) - représ.
Musique: Scott Frankel • Paroles: Michael Korie • Livret: Doug Wright • Production originale: 2 versions mentionnées
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The musical relates the rivalry between two important women of the cosmetics industry, Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein from the 1930s to the 1960s. Elizabeth Arden was the daughter of a Canadian farmer, and presented her products as emblems of an upper-class life of comfort. Helena Rubinstein, from Poland, "emphasized science", promising an "exotic look." That was "code for Jewish" according to Scott Frankel.
Genèse: War Paint premiered at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago in the summer of 2016. Under the direction of Michael Greif, the Chicago production began performances on June 28, 2016, officially opened on July 18, and ran through August 21, 2016. The production starred Patti LuPone as Rubinstein and Christine Ebersole as Arden, with John Dossett as Tommy Lewis, Arden's husband and Douglas Sills, as Harry Fleming, Rubinstein's confidante. The musical featured scenic design by David Korins, costume design by Catherine Zuber, lighting design by Kenneth Posner, sound design by Brian Ronan, orchestrations by Bruce Coughlin, and choreography by Christopher Gattelli. The musical will premiere on Broadway at the Nederlander Theatre on March 7, 2017 (previews), officially on April 6.
Résumé: War Paint tracks the meteoric rise of Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein, two women who rose to the top of the cosmetics industry, and developed a truly fearsome rivalry. By constantly striving to one-up the other, they broke down boundaries in male-dominated boardrooms and social strata, and paved the way for generations of female entrepreneurs to come.
Création: 6/4/2017 - Nederlander Theatre (Broadway) - représ.