This stage adaptation of the classic MGM film transfers to the West End after a sold-out run at the Chichester Theatre Festival.
Stage adaptation of 1952 MGM musical about comic chaos in Hollywood during the transition from silent films to sound. A glamorous but witchy screen diva will do almost anything to keep the public from finding out that she speaks in a screechy Brooklyn accent -- and to keep her leading man from falling for a sweet young starlet. Score includes "Moses Supposes," "You Are My Lucky Star," "Good Mornin'," and the splashy title song.
Performances from 04 Feb 2012
Opening 15 Feb 2012
Closing 08 Jun 2013
Monday - Saturday at 7:30pm
Wednesday and Saturday at 2:30pm
Subway: Leicester Square Parking: NCP upper St Martin1s Lane
The production uses half a mile of flexible pipe work, a tank housed in the orchestra pit and a water system that creates a downpour from above and flooding from below the stage, ‘raining’ (and recycling) two 12,000 litre downpours per performance!
Directed by Jonathan Church
Choreography by Andrew Wright
Production design by Simon Higlett
Lighting by Tim Mitchell
Lyrics by: Arthur Freed Music by: Nacio Herb Brown Book by: Betty Comden and Adolph Green
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