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Musical
001 - Mama, I Want to Sing! (1983)
Musique: Westly Nailer
Paroles: Ken Wydro • Vy Higginsen
Livret: Ken Wydro • Vy Higginsen
Production originale:
4 versions mentionnées
Dispo: Résumé  Génèse  



Musical
001 - Mama, I Want to Sing! (1983) Musique: Westly Nailer
Paroles: Ken Wydro • Vy Higginsen
Livret: Ken Wydro • Vy Higginsen
Production originale:
4 versions mentionnées
Dispo: Résumé  Génèse  

Version 1

Mama, I Want to Sing! (1995-01-London Run)

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: London Run (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 5 mois 2 semaines
Nombre : 187 représentations
Première Preview : Tuesday 31 January 1995
Première : Wednesday 01 February 1995
Dernière : Saturday 22 July 1995
Mise en scène : Vy Higginsen • Ken Wydro
Chorégraphie : Richard Sampson
Producteur :
Avec : Doris Troy (Mama Winter), Howard McCrary (Reverend Winter). Stacy Francis (Young Doris), Joanne Campbell (Narrator), Chaka Khan (Sister Carrie), Charles Stewart (Minister of Music)
Commentaires : This show held the record as the longest running all-black off-Broadway show, running for eight years, playing to over 3 million people and taking something like £38 million at the box office in stagings through Europe, Asia and Japan. The part of Doris Troy’s mother was played by Doris Troy herself, and the company included a 15 voice gospel choir. Generally the critics hated it! “Over-amplified, over-long, under-written, uninspired” (Sunday Express), “you end up aching for Motown and wishing the show had been about Diana Ross. Or even Jonathan Ross” (Michael Coveney in “The Observer”.)

Version 2

Mama, I Want to Sing! (1995-01-London Run-Cambridge Theatre)

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Cambridge Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 4 mois 1 semaine
Nombre : 149 représentations
Première Preview : Tuesday 31 January 1995
Première : Wednesday 01 February 1995
Dernière : Saturday 10 June 1995
Mise en scène : Vy Higginsen • Ken Wydro
Chorégraphie : Richard Sampson
Producteur :
Avec : Doris Troy (Mama Winter), Howard McCrary (Reverend Winter). Stacy Francis (Young Doris), Joanne Campbell (Narrator), Chaka Khan (Sister Carrie), Charles Stewart (Minister of Music)
Commentaires : This show held the record as the longest running all-black off-Broadway show, running for eight years, playing to over 3 million people and taking something like £38 million at the box office in stagings through Europe, Asia and Japan. The part of Doris Troy’s mother was played by Doris Troy herself, and the company included a 15 voice gospel choir. Generally the critics hated it! “Over-amplified, over-long, under-written, uninspired” (Sunday Express), “you end up aching for Motown and wishing the show had been about Diana Ross. Or even Jonathan Ross” (Michael Coveney in “The Observer”.)

Transfered to Gielgud Theatre

Version 3

Mama, I Want to Sing! (1995-01-London Run-Gielgud Theatre)

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Gielgud Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 mois 1 semaine
Nombre : 38 représentations
Première Preview : Tuesday 13 June 1995
Première : Tuesday 13 June 1995
Dernière : Saturday 22 July 1995
Mise en scène : Vy Higginsen • Ken Wydro
Chorégraphie : Richard Sampson
Producteur :
Avec : Doris Troy (Mama Winter), Howard McCrary (Reverend Winter). Stacy Francis (Young Doris), Joanne Campbell (Narrator), Chaka Khan (Sister Carrie), Charles Stewart (Minister of Music)
Commentaires : This show held the record as the longest running all-black off-Broadway show, running for eight years, playing to over 3 million people and taking something like £38 million at the box office in stagings through Europe, Asia and Japan. The part of Doris Troy’s mother was played by Doris Troy herself, and the company included a 15 voice gospel choir. Generally the critics hated it! “Over-amplified, over-long, under-written, uninspired” (Sunday Express), “you end up aching for Motown and wishing the show had been about Diana Ross. Or even Jonathan Ross” (Michael Coveney in “The Observer”.)
Transfered from Cambridge Theatre