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110 in the shade (1963-09-Shubert Theatre-Boston)

Type de série: Pre-Broasway Try Out
Théâtre: Shubert Theatre (Boston - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : 09 September 1963
Première: 09 September 1963
Dernière: 28 September 1963
Mise en scène : Joseph Anthony
Chorégraphie : Agnès de Mille
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110 in the shade (1963-10-Broadburst Theatre-Broadway)

Type de série: Original Broadway
Théâtre: Broadhurst Theatre (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 9 mois 2 semaines
Nombre : 2 previews - 330 représentations
Première Preview : 23 October 1963
Première: 24 October 1963
Dernière: 09 August 1964
Mise en scène : Joseph Anthony
Chorégraphie : Agnès de Mille
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110 in the shade (1967-02-Palace Theatre-London)

Type de série: Original London
Théâtre: Palace Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée :
Nombre : 101 représentations
Première Preview : 08 February 1967
Première: 08 February 1967
Dernière: Inconnu
Mise en scène : Emilie Littler
Chorégraphie : ???? ????
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110 in the shade (1999-07-Fortune Theatre-London)

Type de série: UK Revival
Théâtre: Fortune Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 3 semaines
Nombre : 4 représentations
Première Preview : 04 July 1999
Première: 04 July 1999
Dernière: 25 July 1999
Mise en scène :
Chorégraphie :
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Commentaires longs: Présenté dans le cadre de "Discover the lost musicals" Joué uniquement les dimanches…

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110 in the shade (2007-04-Studio 54-Broadway)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Studio 54 (Broadway - Etats-Unis)
Durée : 2 mois 3 semaines
Nombre : 27 previews - 94 représentations
Première Preview : 13 April 2007
Première: 09 May 2007
Dernière: 29 July 2007
Mise en scène : Lonny Price
Chorégraphie : Dan Knechtges
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Presse : BEN BRANTLEY of THE NEW YORK TIMES: “Ravishing of voice and Olympian of stature, she’s (Audra McDonald) an overwhelming presence in an underwhelming show." / JOE DZIEMIANOWICZ of NEW YORK DAILY NEWS: "Audra McDonald proves once again she's more than a Broadway star - she's an entire constellation." / CLIVE BARNES of THe NEW YORK POST: "Despite the wondrous McDonald, a good supporting cast, Price's intelligent staging (backed by Dan Knechtges' lively choreography and admirably simple designs from Santo Loquasto), '110 in the Shade' remains a cold fish of a musical." / JACQUES LE SOURD of the JOURNAL NEWS: "This is hardly a winning revival of an old favorite." / MICHAEL SOMMERS of STAR-LEDGER: "Not a blockbuster musical, "110 in the Shade" is an unpretentious charmer and McDonald's shining performance lends the show an extra glow." / ELYSA GARDNER of USA TODAY: "McDonald's technique is meticulous, but its relentless precision and operatic vibrato can make her singing sound studied, particularly when the tunes have blues or jazz nuances. McDonald's acting, too, can seem self-conscious and overeager." / LINDA WINER of NEWSDAY: "In '110 in the Shade,' a sweetheart of a revival, McDonald bewitches us into forsaking the wattage of reality and believing that she's the plainest old maid in Texas." / ROBERT FELDBERG of the RECORD: "To prove that a single actor can turn a modest show into a compelling one, I offer as Exhibit A the performance by Audra McDonald." / ERIC GRODE of the NEW YORK SUN: "Audra McDonald has reclaimed her mantle as the era's premier musical-theater actress. Even when she's miscast, as in the Roundabout's capable new revival of '110 in the Shade,' Ms. McDonald is the anti-diva, incapable of singing a note or saying a word that in any way steals focus from or diminishes the material." / JOHN SIMON of BLOOMBERG: "Hottest of all may be the Lizzie of Audra McDonald. Not hitherto her fan, I was completely won over." & "What makes '110 in the Shade' exceptional is its first- rate score." / MICHAEL KUCHWARA of ASSOCIATED PRESS: "This Roundabout revival downsizes the musical a bit... But McDonald more than makes up for the paucity of production values. She's a performer who can fill any stage." / FRANK SCHECK of the HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: "A sweetly engaging work that's impossible to dislike, especially because it offers a wonderful leading role for four-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald." / DAVID ROONEY of VARIETY: "This 1963 musical version of 'The Rainmaker' gets by on its charming score, old-fashioned romantic heart and, most of all, its magnetic lead, but the temperature rarely rises above that of a mild spring day." & "This is McDonald's show all the way, and she shines."

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