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Version 1

70, Girls, 70 (1971-05-Broadburst Theatre-Broadway)

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

Durée : 1 mois
Nombre : 9 previews - 35 représentations
Première Preview : mercredi 07 avril 1971
Première : jeudi 15 avril 1971
Dernière : samedi 15 mai 1971
Mise en scène : Paul Aaron
Chorégraphie : Onna White
Producteur :
Avec : Hans Conried (Harry), Mildred Natwick (Ida Dodd), Lillian Roth (Gert), Joey Faye (Detective Callahan), Dorothea Freitag (Lorraine), Lillian Hayman (Melba), Henrietta Jacobson (Grandmother), Gil Lamb (Walter), Lucie Lancaster (Eunice), Goldye Shaw (Fritzi), Coley Worth (Officer Kowalski, Thomas Anderson (Ensemble Player), Tommy Breslin (Eddie), Robert G. Dare (Ensemble Player), Sally De May (Ensemble Player), Ruth Gillette (Ensemble Player), Lloyd Harris (Ensemble Player), Marjorie Leach (Ensemble Player), Abby Lewis (Ensemble Player), Steve Mills (Ensemble Player), Naomi Price (Ensemble Player), Beau Tilden (Ensemble Player), Bobbi Tremain (Ensemble Player), Jay Velie (Ensemble Player)

Version 2

70, Girls, 70 (1991-06-Broadburst Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série:
Théâtre: Vaudeville Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)

Durée : 3 mois
Nombre : 112 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : lundi 17 juin 1991
Dernière : samedi 21 septembre 1991
Mise en scène : Paul Kerryson
Chorégraphie :
Producteur :
Avec : Dora Bryan (Ida Dodds), Brian Greene (Walter), Shezwae Powell (Melba), Buster Skeggs (Fritzi), Joan Savage (Gert), Stephanie Voss (Ethel/Sadie), Len Howe (Harry), Jo Stewart (Lorraine), James Gavin (Eddie), Pip Hinton (Eunice), Bill Bradley, Peter Edbrook,
Commentaires : Based on the play “Breath of Spring” by Peter Coke, the original Broadway production was a five-week flop in 1971, though many felt a rather good show had suffered by opening the same time as “Follies” – another show about old theatricals. This British version originated in Chichester in 1990 and was updated, produced very much as a tongue-incheek send-up of other West End Musicals and centred round a totally over-the-top performance from veteran hoofer, Dora Bryan. It received very mixed reviews, but they all loved Len Howe & Dora Bryan Dora. It managed a three month run.

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