A playwright at the end of his emotional tether contemplates taking his own life, but through connection with a beautiful actress, and with the support of a wild cast of characters, our hero finds the courage to face his art and his life and move forward.
1 One Night Stand (Version Styne) peut-être considéré comme un Flop musical
One Night Stand is a musical with a book and lyrics by Herb Gardner and music by Jule Styne. Its plot centers on a songwriter who feels he's past his prime.
Styne had approached Gardner about adapting his play A Thousand Clowns for the musical stage, but Gardner was more interested in working on an original project. According to producer Joe Kipness, the collaboration was ill-conceived, since the two men could not agree about anything.
The Broadway production, directed by John Dexter and choreographed by Peter Gennaro, began previews at the Nederlander Theatre on October 20, 1980. After eight performances, it closed without ever officially opening. The cast included Charles Kimbrough, Catherine Cox, Jack Weston, and Brandon Maggart.
A cast album was released by Original Cast Records.
Everybody Loves Me
There Was a Time (Part I)
A Little Travellin' Music Please
Go Out Big
I Am Writing a Love Song
Somebody Stole My Kazoo
I Am Writing a Love Song (Reprise)
We Used to Talk Once
The 'Now' Dance
Long Way From Home
Too Old To Be So Young
Everybody Loves Me (Reprise)
There Was a Time (Part II)
Here Comes Never
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One Night Stand (Version Styne) (1980-10-Nederlander Theatre-Broadway)Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Nederlander Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : Nombre : 8 previews - 0 représentationsPremière Preview : lundi 20 octobre 1980Première : InconnuDernière : samedi 25 octobre 1980Mise en scène : John Dexter • Chorégraphie : Peter Gennaro • Producteur :
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