Musical (1946)

Musique: Jacques Offenbach
Paroles: Fred F. Tysh
Livret: Max Catto
Production à la création:

The story tells of Paul Latour, a playwright, in love with his leading lady, Angela. During Paul’s absence abroad Angela has agreed to marry Count Simon. On his return, Paul poses as a Russian in order to win her back again. She sees through the disguise but finally all ends well. Other characters in the story include the comic Alphonse, the Due de Chambreau, Colette and Lolita, and Alfred and Claude, two effeminate gendarmes.

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Can-Can (version Max Catto) (1946-05-Adelphi Theatre-London)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Adelphi Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée :
Nombre : 76 représentations
Première Preview : 08 May 1946
Première: 08 May 1946
Dernière: Inconnu
Mise en scène : William Mollison
Chorégraphie : Pauline Grant
Producteur :
Star(s) :
Avec: Clifford Mollison (Paul Latour), Elizabeth French (Angela), Charles Doming (Count Simon), Leo Franklyn (Alphonse), Noel Morris (Due de Chambreau), Margaret Davison (Colette), Doreen Duke (Lolita), William March (Alfred), John Marquand (Claude)
Commentaires longs: Although the music by Offenbach and the ballet sequences featuring Pauline Grant were much praised, it was generally felt the book was lacking in wit and humour, the lyrics were undistinguished and the whole show pleasant and nothing more. This was the 100th production by director William Mollison, and featured his brother, Clifford, in a leading role. It had a short run of just over two months, finishing on July 8th.

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