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Amélie (2015-09-Berkeley Repertory-Berkeley)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Berkeley Repertory (Berkeley - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 1 mois 1 semaine
Nombre :
Première Preview : Friday 28 August 2015
Première : Friday 11 September 2015
Dernière : Sunday 18 October 2015
Mise en scène : Pam MacKinnon
Chorégraphie : Sam Pinkleton
Producteur :
Avec : Samantha Barks (Améle), Randy Blair (Hipolito), Adam Chanler-Berat (Nino), Alison Cimmet (Amandine / Philomene), Carla Duren (Gina), John Hickok (Raphael / Bretodeaux), Alyse Alan Louis (Georgette / Fluffy / Sylvie), Paul Whitty (Joseph),
Maria-Christina Oliveras (Suzanne), Tony Sheldon (Dufayel / Collignon)
Commentaires : Original scheduled to close on October 4. The run was extended.

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Amélie (2016-12-Ahmanson Theatre-Los Angeles)

Type de série: Pre-Broadway Try Out
Théâtre: Ahmanson Theatre (Los Angeles - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 1 mois
Nombre :
Première Preview : Sunday 04 December 2016
Première : Friday 16 December 2016
Dernière : Sunday 15 January 2017
Mise en scène : Pam MacKinnon
Chorégraphie : Sam Pinkleton
Producteur :
Avec : Phillipa Soo (Amélie), Emily Afton, Alyse Alan Louis, David Andino, Randy Blair, Heath Calvert, Adam Chanler-Berat, Alison Cimmet, Savvy Crawford, Manoel Felciano

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Amélie (2017-04-Walter Kerr Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Original Broadway
Théâtre: Walter Kerr Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)

Durée : 1 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : Thursday 09 March 2017
Première : Monday 03 April 2017
Dernière : Sunday 21 May 2017
Mise en scène : Pam MacKinnon
Chorégraphie : Sam Pinkleton
Producteur :
Avec : Phillipa Soo (Amélie), Adam Chanler-Berat (Nino), David Andino (Blind Beggar/Garden Gnome), Randy Blair (Hipolito), Heath Calvert (Lucien/Lug/Mysterious Man), Alison Cimmet (Amandine/Philomene), Savvy Crawford (Young Amélie), Manoel Felciano (Raphael/Bretodeaux), Harriett D. Foy (Suzanne), Alyse Alan Louis (Georgette/Sylvie), Maria-Christina Oliveras (Gina), Tony Sheldon (Collignon/Dufayel), Paul Whitty (Joseph)
Presse : "The mild-mannered musical adaptation of this movie, which opened on Monday night at the Walter Kerr Theater, is unlikely to stir similar is pleasant to look at, easy to listen to and oddly recessive. It neither offends nor enthralls." Ben Brantley for New York Times

"“Times are hard for dreamers,” the heroine observes. The same goes for audiences dreaming that this show would transcend, or even match, the movie." Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News

"Book writer Craig Lucas and songwriters Daniel Messé and Nathan Tysen are at pains to articulate a singable emotional center of the source while staying true to its careening, cinematic narrative. The two duties ultimately cancel each other out." David Cote for Time Out New York

"From the music to the staging to the cartoonish set design, it reeks of well-intentioned children's theatre." Roma Torre for NY1

"This grating stage musical takes the slenderest of romances and drowns it in cartoonish quirks in place of genuine warmth or feeling. And while Phillipa Soo is a creditable stand-in for the movie's uber-gamine Audrey Tautou, as a musical comedy heroine, Amelie Poulain is a dud." David Rooney for Hollywood Reporter

"But the star is so bland here, she's not even Phillipa Soo. More than helpful, it's almost mandatory to have seen the movie if you hope to follow the erratic events of Craig Lucas's twee book." Marilyn Stasio for Variety

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Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812 (2016-11-Imperial Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Imperial Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 9 mois 3 semaines
Nombre : 32 previews - 336 représentations
Première Preview : Tuesday 18 October 2016
Première : Monday 14 November 2016
Dernière : Sunday 03 September 2017
Mise en scène : Rachel Chavkin
Chorégraphie : Sam Pinkleton
Producteur :
Avec : Josh Groban (Pierre), Denée Benton (Natasha), Brittain Ashford (Sonya), Gelsey Bell (Princess Mary), Nicholas Belton (Bolkonsky/Andrey), Nick Choksi (Dolokhov), Amber Gray (Helene), Grace McLean (Marya D), Paul Pinto (Balaga), Lucas Steele (Anatole)
Commentaires : After years of speculation, Josh Groban finally made his Broadway debut! However his turn in this ravishing adaptation of the most scandalous pages from Tolstoy's epic War and Peace will end on July 2nd. Reimagined as a transporting electro-pop opera, writer Dave Malloy immerses us in the decadent world of the Russian Aristocracy, with all the trappings of romance, passion, caviar and vodka as the lives of the titular characters are changed forever under the light of certain cosmic phenomenon.
Presse : "The Imperial Theater, where the rapturous musical 'Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812' blazed opened on Monday night, has never looked more imperial — or felt more intimate. Who would have guessed that Dave Malloy’s gorgeous pop opera, adapted from a slice of Tolstoy’s 'War and Peace,' would land on Broadway with all its signal virtues intact, and in some ways heightened?" Charles Isherwood for New York Times

"Josh Groban makes a terrific Broadway debut in the ear- and eye-popping 'Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812'... the show is bold and affecting and a welcome addition to the Great White Way." Joe Dziemianowicz for New York Daily News

"Despite the romantic trauma of the plot, The Great Comet leaves you glowing with hope: for redemption through kindness in the face of ruin, and for a brighter future in the face of terrible omens. It’s a wonderful, soul-stirring escape." Adam Feldman for Time Out New York

"It’s best for people who want to say they experienced a cool immersive experience on Broadway, but one without any heart. It’s pure showmanship with none of the emotional payoff." Mark Kennedy for Associated Press

"It arrives on Broadway in superlative shape, its humor, emotional content and rip-roaring storytelling every bit as vibrant as its madly infectious score." David Rooney for Hollywood Reporter

"A luscious, 360-degree immersive experience that feels like being smothered in velvet." Marilyn Stasio for Variety