The beginning of the story is set in London during the start of the 60's, and the years fly by as the story progresses, until it's nearly the 70's. The play is focused on the life and problems of five women in their 20's (The Red Girl), 30's (Green, Blue, and Yellow girls) and 40's (Orange girl) who all face tough situations, usually involving relationships. Throughout the story, all five women send letters to Gwendolyn Holmes, who works for the magazine "Shout!" in an advice column and gives them advice on how to deal with said issues.
The Yellow girl is the only American character in the show, who travelled all the way to Britain in order to see Paul McCartney. The Orange woman is shown as a full grown woman who is married, in her forties, and is starting to suspect her husband is cheating on her. The Blue girl is gorgeous and wealthy, and while she can go on and on about how perfect her life is, she does face some questions regarding her sexuality. The Green girl is a bit of a "slut" in the show, always hooking up with many men and throwing innuendos around. Finally, the Red girl is the youngest and most hopeful character; she is a bit hopeless in the beginning, stating she is not good-looking like other girls, until the man of her dreams comes along.
1 Shout! peut-être considéré comme un juke-box musical autour de la musique de 60's
1.England Swings/'Round Every Corner/I Know a Place
2. I Only Want to Be with You/Tell the Boys (Medley)
3. How Can You Tell?
4. Wishin' & Hopin'
5. One Two Three
6. To Sir with Love
7. Don't Sleep in the Subway
8. Son of a Preacher Man
9. James Bond Theme/Goldfinger
10. You Don't Have to Say You Love Me
11. Diamonds Are Forever
12. Puppet on a String
13. Georgy Girl/Windy (Medley)
14.Who Am I?
15. Don't Give Up
16. I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself
17. These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
18. I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
19. You're My World/All I See Is You (Medley)
20.Those Were the Days
22. Goin' Back
24. Downtown (Dance Remix)
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Shout! (2001-07-Jermyn Street Theatre-London)Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Jermyn Street Theatre (Londres - Angleterre) Durée : 3 semaines Nombre : Première Preview : mardi 03 juillet 2001Première : jeudi 05 juillet 2001Dernière : samedi 28 juillet 2001Mise en scène : Phillip George • Chorégraphie : David Lowenstein • Producteur : Avec : Sophie-Louise Dann, Lizzie Deane, Carla Griffiths, Hilary O'Neil, Catherine Porter, Gemma Wardle.Commentaires : An all-girl musical revue in which six performers sing a treasure trove of some 43 Sixties pop hits interspersed with fashion and beauty tips from “Woman’s World”, advice on Women’s Lib and stem admonishments from an Evelyn Home-type agony aunt.
Shout! (2006-07-Julia Miles Theater-Off Broadway)Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Julia Miles Theater (Broadway (Off) - Etats-Unis) Durée : 4 mois 2 semaines Nombre : Première Preview : jeudi 27 juillet 2006Première : jeudi 27 juillet 2006Dernière : dimanche 10 décembre 2006Mise en scène : Phillip George • Chorégraphie : David Lowenstein • Producteur : Avec : Marie-France Arcilla (Blue Girl), Casey Clark (All Roles), Erin Crosby (Yellow Girl), Julie Dingman Evans (Orange Girl), Erica Schroeder (Green Girl), Carole Shelley (Gwendolyn Holmes (voice-over)), Denise Summerford (Red Girl)
Shout! (2009-04-Arts Theatre-London)Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Arts theatre (Londres - Angleterre) Salle : Main StageDurée : 1 mois Nombre : Première Preview : vendredi 17 avril 2009Première : mercredi 29 avril 2009Dernière : dimanche 31 mai 2009Mise en scène : Bill Deamer • Chorégraphie : Bill Deamer • Producteur : Avec : Su Pollard (Auntie Yvonne), Shona White (Betty), Tiffany Graves (Georgina), Marissa Dunlop (Ruby), John Jack (The Man)Commentaires : This show had undergone much revision since its premiere at the Jermyn Street Theatre in 2001. It had originated off-Broadway in 2000 and been re-written for a British setting and characters. It was further re-written and re-adapted for America when it was revived off-Broadway in July 2006. And now, once again, it re-appeared in London in yet another adaptation.Commentaires longs: This second time in the UK the characters were more strongly drawn, though the story was basically the same: three girls come down to London from “Oop North” , sensible Betty with her eye on a job as a typist, glam-chick Georgina, who’s looking for fame and stardom, and sexy Ruby who is just looking for a man. They all meet at the South London hair salon run by Ruby’s Auntie Yvonne, who dishes out wisecracks and good advice by the bucket-load. (Each of the women was intended to represent a particular “type” of Sixties womanhood.) In the course of the show some thirty or so 1960s hit songs are performed whilst the man from “Shout” magazine links the stories and counts down the years
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