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Over my Shoulder (2001-11-Jermyn Street Theatre-London)Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Jermyn Street Theatre (Londres - Angleterre) Durée : 3 semaines Nombre : Première Preview : Tuesday 06 November 2001Première : Tuesday 06 November 2001Dernière : Sunday 02 December 2001Mise en scène : Stewart Nichols • Chorégraphie : Producteur : Avec : Anne Rogers (Jessie Matthews), Suzy Bloom (Young Jessie), Abigail Langham (Rosie Matthews/Sheilah Graham), Stephen Carlisle (Fred Astaire/Harry Lytton), Andrew Halliday (Sonnie Hale), Duncan Wisbey (C.B. Cochran/ Bing Crosby), Ben Stock, Daniel FineCommentaires : This marked the return to the West End of Anne Rogers after decades away. She had been in the original production of “The Boy Friend” and had even played the lead in the first US tour of “My Fair Lady”. Her performance was received with delight.
Over my Shoulder (2003-10-Wyndham's Theatre-London)Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Wyndham s Theatre (Londres - Angleterre) Durée : 1 semaine Nombre : Première Preview : Monday 27 October 2003Première : Tuesday 28 October 2003Dernière : Saturday 08 November 2003Mise en scène : Stewart Nichols • Chorégraphie : Stewart Nichols • Producteur : Avec : Anne Rogers (Jessie Matthews), Jo Gibb (Young Jessie), Abigail Langham (Rosie Matthews/Sheilah Graham), Oliver Thompsett (Fred Astaire/Harty Lytton), Gavin Lee (Sonnie Hale), Duncan Wisbey (C.B. Cochran/ Bing Crosby/Noel Coward), Ben Stock, Michael Cotton, Daniel FineCommentaires : This was a re-written and enlarged version of the show which had first been performed at the Jermyn Street Theatre in November 2001, and had been touring at various points throughout 2002. It had played a week at the Greenwich Theatre in May 2002 but now had the opportunity to come into the West End. Wyndham’s Theatre was suddenly empty due to the collapse of Michael Barrymore’s come-back show and this show was available to fill the gap. It was a strictly limited two week run. There was a certain nostalgia and theatrical history about this performance - Anne Rogers had first come to stardom exactly fifty years earlier at this very theatre (in “The Boy Friend”)