A couple of weeks ago I went with my mum to watch An American in Paris! It was very exciting (as the theatre always is) and I loved it. 384 more words
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It’s a weird feeling. I’m not usually one to dislike a piece of musical theatre. So far, immersing myself in the world of jazz hands, belting high notes and extraordinary tap routines, has been a joy at every turn. 329 more words
In An American in Paris, Christopher Wheeldon one-ups Hollywood’s musical-film hit La La Land with a musical-theatre-ballet triple threat.
The story follows an American GI Jerry Mulligan played by the fantastic Robert Fairchild in a post-war Paris, as he pursues Lise, played by Leanne Cope, a ballet dancer reluctant to receive his affection. 317 more words
The Search is on in London’s West End today for the next star of the stage. A brand new musical about Cilla Black held open auditions at the Dominion Theatre this morning and we popped along to check out the competition. 388 more words
If ever there was a candidate for the perfect musical it must surely be this utterly spell binding production that has sailed in from Broadway. The heady mix of a glorious Gershwin score and some of the most sumptuous stage designs currently to be seen in the West End make for an utterly joyous night. 416 more words
I had mixed feeling after watching “An American in Paris”, but I finally have a clear idea about it. When I first read about the plot, I couldn’t wait to see the musical, and had high expectations, but unfortunately I was a bit disappointed. 256 more words
Following its critical acclaim, it has been announced that An American in Paris is now booking until January 2018.
Christopher Wheeldon’s production of the Oscar winning film will now book at the Dominion Theatre until the 27th January 2018 it has been announced. 293 more words