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Re: Musical

Postby daydreamer » Mon Jun 05, 2017 9:07 am

It's just been announced that Diana Vickers will star as 'Kat' in the Preacher Man musical. She came from X Factor but had very good reviews when starring as 'Little Voice' in the West End.

DIANA VICKERS TO STAR IN UK TOUR OF
NEW MUSICAL SON OF A PREACHER MAN

Son of a Preacher Man today announces that X-factor finalist Diana Vickers will create the role of Kat for the 2017 tour of this heart-warming new musical.
Featuring the soulful music of Dusty Springfield, with a book by Warner Brown and directed and choreographed by Craig Revel Horwood, Son of a Preacher Man embarks on a national tour starting at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre from Monday 4 September 2017.
Three broken hearts, one Soho hang-out, and the only man who could ever help them…
Welcome to the Preacher Man, the swinging 1960s Soho joint where the kids danced the night away to the latest crazes and dared to dream of love, while the legendary owner, the Preacher Man himself, dispensed advice to cure the loneliest of hearts.
Only, that was a long time ago and all that remains are the memories, the stories and the myths. Until now, that is, when three random strangers, generations apart but all in need of help with their hopeless love lives, are inexplicably drawn to the site of the original venue. The Preacher Man is long gone, but his son, with help from the wonderful Cappuccino Sisters, might just find it in himself to channel the spirit of the Preacher Man and once more give these three lovesick strangers the look of love.
Featuring the greatest hits of Dusty Springfield, including "The Look Of Love", "I Only Want To Be With You", "Spooky" and of course, the classic "Son Of A Preacher Man", this sparklingly funny and sweetly touching new musical by internationally renowned writer Warner Brown will have you laughing, crying and singing your heart out to some of the greatest songs ever written.
Diana Vickers first came to public attention as a semi-finalist on the X Factor and has made her professional acting debut in the title role of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice in 2009 (West End, Vaudeville Theatre). Since then her theatre credits have included The Duck House (West End, Vaudeville Theatre), Hatched ‘n’ Dispatched (Park Theatre), The Rocky Horror Show (UK Tour). Her film and television credits include The Perfect Wave, Awaiting, To Dream, Give Out Girls and Top Coppers.
Warner Brown works internationally and is well known for his work in musical theatre and straight plays, encompassing both traditional and avant-garde forms.
He wrote ‘the most popular family show of all time’, the arena production Walking With Dinosaurs, creating an entirely new genre of theatrical presentation and winning many international awards. Currently playing in venues from Madison Square Garden to the Mercedes Benz Arena in Shanghai, an episode of CSI: Las Vegas has been based upon the show and it has even been parodied on The Simpsons.
Warner is currently working on multiple developing projects, including the Broadway musicals The Gold Room and The Thomas Crown Affair, both with composer Michael Feinstein; the opera Empty Spaces, with composer Joshua Schmidt, for Florentine Opera in the USA; the musical A Little Danger, with composer Michael Reed, for the St Petersburg Theatre in Russia; and the screenplay for the movie A Minute To Midnight for Bill Kenwright Films. He is part of the consortium, including choreographer Arlene Phillips and musical director Mike Dixon, for the new internet based project Reality.
Writing credits include Half A Sixpence (UK Tour), The Biograph Girl (Phoenix Theatre), Cinderella (London Palladium), The Black and White Ball, which opened in London and for which The Cole Porter Trusts granted Warner stage rights to the songs of Cole Porter, Flickers (Broadway’s Circle-In-The Square Theater), The House on the Corner (Edinburgh International Festival) and, in addition, Tallulah For A Day and Sleep With Friends. Plays include Laughing Dove, Wavelength and The Prospero Suite, directed by John Doyle.
Warner has worked extensively in Europe, most recently writing the musical Garbo, with music by ‘Meatloaf’ rock legend Jim Steinman. He also has extensive writing credits for the BBC and was Script Associate of the BBC Classic Musicals Series, for which he adapted fourteen musicals featuring many international stars. Warner was the subject of the BBC Two TV documentary The Making Of A Musical. Warner is co-sponsor of the international music prize The S&S Award, named in honour of his late parents.
Craig Revel Horwood is a well-known face on television in the UK and now internationally for his role as a judge on all fifteen series of BBC One's Strictly Come Dancing and for directing and appearing as a judge in the Live Tour.
Craig’s recent credits as director and choreographer include the current UK tour of Sister Act, the previous UK tours Brother Love Travelling Salvation Show and Chess; for television, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? and Just the Two of Us; and for film, the feature film Paddington 2. In addition, he recently directed the all-star concert version of Stephen Sondheim’s Follies at the Royal Albert Hall. Other credits as a theatre director and choreographer are: West Side Story (Prince Edward), Miss Saigon (Drury Lane), Hey, Mr Producer! (Lyceum), Spend Spend Spend! (Piccadilly Theatre; Olivier nomination for Best Choreography), Pal Joey (Chichester Festival Theatre), Guys and Dolls (Sheffield Crucible), Paradise Moscow (Opera North), Carmen (Holland Park), My One and Only (Piccadilly Theatre; Olivier nomination for Best Choreography), Beautiful and Damned (Lyric Theatre), Arms and the Cow (Opera North), The Ballet Boyz: Yumbo Vs Nonino (Festival Hall, Sadler's Wells, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden), The Hot Mikado (Watermill Theatre and UK Tour; Martin Guerre (Watermill Theatre), Sunset Boulevard (Watermill Theatre and Comedy Theatre, West End), Spend Spend Spend! (Watermill Theatre and UK Tour) and Copacabana (Watermill Theatre).
He recently returned to his roots as a performer in musical theatre, starring as Miss Hannigan in the UK national tour of Annie, and in Christmas 2016 as Captain Hook in Peter Pan at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley. Other performing credits include Captain Hook in Peter Pan at the Orchard, Dartford in 2014 and at the Swan, High Wycombe in 2015. Previously, Craig starred as the Wicked Queen in Snow White at Venue Cymru, Llandudno in 2009, The Hawth, Crawley in 2010 and The Orchard, Dartford 2011. He reprised his role at The Swan Theatre, High Wycombe in 2012 and the Cliffs Pavilion, Southend in 2013.
Amongst his numerous TV credits, highlights include winning the BBC Two series Maestro at the Opera, the final of which saw him conduct Act II of La Bohème at the Royal Opera House. He was also a grand finalist on the hit cooking show, Celebrity MasterChef and participated in and won Ready, Steady, Cook.
Book Warner Brown
Director & Choreographer Craig Revel Horwood
Set & Costume Designer Morgan Large
Musical Supervisor & Arrangements Paul Herbert
Lighting Designer Richard G Jones
Sound Designer Richard Brooker
Associate Director & Choreographer David James Hulston
Casting Director Anne Vosser

Son of a Preacher Man is produced by Brian Berg, John Sachs, Andrew Berg & Kimberley Sachs for
Eclipse Live, Michael Park for The Infinite Group, Paul Tyrer & Jamie Clark for TBO Productions,
Churchill Theatre Bromley and executive producers Andrew Green and Ben White, all on behalf of Dusty Touring Ltd.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT:
www.sonofapreachermanmusical.com/

TOUR DETAILS

Churchill Theatre, Bromley
4 September – 9 September 2017
Website: www.atgtickets.com
Box Office: 020 3285 6000

New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham
12 September – 16 September 2017
Website: www.atgtickets.com
Box Office: 0844 871 3011

Sunderland Empire Theatre, Sunderland
19 – 23 September 2017
Website: www.atgtickets.com
Box Office:

Palace Theatre, Manchester
26 September – 30 September 2017
Website: www.atgtickets.com
Box Office: 0844 871 3019

Grand Opera House, York
3 October – 7 October 2017
Website: www.atgtickets.com
Box Office: 0844 871 3024

Regent Theatre, Stoke
10 October – 14 October 2017
Website: www.atgtickets.com
Box Office: 0844 871 7649

Festival Theatre, Edinburgh
17 – 21 October 2017
Website: http://www.edtheatres.com/festival
Box Office: 0131 529 6000

New Theatre, Oxford
24 October – 28 October 2017
Website: www.atgtickets.com
Box Office: 0844 871 3020

Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
31 October – 4 November 2017
Website: https://www.assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk/
Box Office: 0189 253 0613

Hull New Theatre, Hull
7 November – 11 November 2017
Website: http://www.hcandl.co.uk/hullnewtheatre
Box Office: 148 230 0300

New Wimbledon Theatre, Wimbledon
14 November – 18 November 2017
Website: www.atgtickets.com
Box Office: 0844 871 7646

Belfast Grand Opera House, Belfast
21 November – 25 November 2017
Website: https://www.goh.co.uk/
Box Office: 028 9024 1919

Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe
28 November – 2 December 2017
Website: https://wycombeswan.co.uk/Online/
Box Office: 149 451 2000

2018 dates and further casting to be announced.





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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Tue Jun 06, 2017 7:21 pm

ImageWell - thank God they cast someone!

At age 25 I would think Diana is far too young to play a 1960s club habituée in any kind of present day context - so perhaps Kat in one of "the wonderful Cappuccino Sisters" who I suspect are the resident act at the SOAPM club (and as such can sing the Dusty hits that can't be shoe-horned into the plot).

Then again as any denizens of Swinging London would now typically be in their seventies and this musical is not evidently vaunted as a showcase for the Exotic Marigold Hotel set, its timeline is likely to some degree non-realistic - perhaps to the degree where twenty-somethings could play present day versions of kids who danced the night away at a Swinging 1960s Soho joint. And Craig Revel Harwood does have a seeming penchant for X Factor veterans - a demographic more youthful than otherwise and evinced by Alexandra Burke currently headlining Harwood's touring production of Sister Act (and reportedly doing so most successfully - that both Diana and Alexandra came to the fore in the 2008 edition of X Factor is perhaps a good omen). Feasibly the future casting announcements for Son of a Preacher Man may see Harwood returning to the X Factor well.

Any road - I've found some very nice comments re Diana's previous theatrical turns: for example the Telegraph review of the 2009 West End revival of Little Voice which was apparently her theatrical debut stated "[it's] remarkable ...encountering Diana Vickers for the first time on stage [as] it turns out that she can act as well as sing...and is magical when she sings."

Also wanted to mention that the list of engagements in the quoted story is out-of-date - the most reliable current tour listing would seem to be that at https://www.ents24.com/uk/tour-dates/so ... an-touring
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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Thu Jun 15, 2017 8:28 pm

ImageWow! Frankie from Coronation Street is on-board for the SOAPM musical, it being announced that Debra Stephenson will be creating the role of Alison. And having turned 45 Sunday before last Debra is of a relatively reasonable age to portray a woman nostalgiac for the 60s having been born a mere three years from the decade's close.

Debra doesn't seem to have a lot of stage acting experience - indeed SOAPM may be her stage musical debut as the only prior stage role of hers I can find referenced online is a 2014 production of Neil Simon's Last of the Red Hot Lovers. However she has in recent years toured widely with her Night of 100 Voices show of celebrity impressions - surprisingly Dusty doesn't seem to be among them - and even critics with reservations about the show overall do grant that Debra is a good singer. BTW - there was talk of Debra starring in West End productions of My Fair Lady and Mary Poppins but both opportunities conflicted with a pregnancy - reportedly Debra had to skip her My Fair Lady audition as she went into labor earlier that day!
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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:18 pm

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I sense the Oz Dusty jukebox musical is pretty much considered yesterday's - well - dust but I think it rates mention that Amy Lehpamer who starred in the recent revival of Dusty: the Musical is nominated for a Helpmann award - that being the Oz equivalent of a Tony or Olivier award: Tamsin Carroll received the Helpmann award for best musical actress for starring in the 2006 premiere production. Here's a preview clip of the production helmed by Amy:
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Re: Musical

Postby daydreamer » Sat Jul 01, 2017 5:21 pm

There's been a discussion over on one of the Facebook sites after this snippet appeared in the Daily Mail today.

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Re: Musical

Postby pat.dunham » Sun Jul 02, 2017 10:03 am

How is this authorised ?
Presume this version goes further than others, which tend to end at DIM.
The way this article is written it would appear Dusty died of her addictions! How sad and so untrue.
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Re: Musical

Postby trek007 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 2:29 pm

Typical Daily Mail reporting.
I hope the article isn't a reflection on the rest of the Musical!
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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:30 pm

:no: Well - however taloidic the Mail may be, the paper must have gotten hold of something to base the article upon. Hopefully some "insider" made an ill-considered decision to promote the musical, and while Dusty's darker moments may be featured they won't in fact be the main focus. As I've mentioned Katherine Kingsley's stage career has been as a light actress and hopefully that augurs for the Dusty musical being overall light-hearted. For now we can only hope. And there is the SOAPM musical which Dusty's fans should be able to anticipate with no unease.
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Re: Musical

Postby IWannaBeABluesSinger » Mon Jul 03, 2017 12:21 pm

daydreamer wrote:There's been a discussion over on one of the Facebook sites after this snippet appeared in the Daily Mail today.

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Is this the musical Vicki Wickham is involved in, or the other one?

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Re: Musical

Postby daydreamer » Mon Jul 03, 2017 3:46 pm

If by "the other one", you mean "SOAPM" Maggie, then no, as that one isn't about Dusty, just features her music. This is the VW one. I'd like to know if this info was given to the press, or if they just picked Sue Cameron's quotes out of the Bartlett book and made up a little story. Have we ever heard Elton himself say that this song was intended for Dusty or has it always just been hearsay?
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Re: Musical

Postby trek007 » Mon Jul 03, 2017 5:34 pm

I seem to recollect Kiki Dee talking about Don't go breaking my heart awhile ago.
As far as I can recall she said Elton had Dusty in mind for the duet, but when he contacted Dusty she wasn't well and there was a small time scale as to when it could be recorded so he had to go ahead and in the end he did it with Kiki.

That seemed to be the gist of as far as I can remember.
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Re: Musical

Postby IWannaBeABluesSinger » Mon Jul 03, 2017 8:36 pm

And by "wasn't well" they thought she was on a self-indulgent bender, when in fact she was not at all in control of when and where she could function.

To answer your question, Carole, as to where this story comes from it has Vicki's Version of Dusty all over it. Words like "continuing decline" sound like the kind of press release VW would write.

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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Mon Jul 03, 2017 10:06 pm

Well I know Vicki's painted a bullseye on herself but my understanding is that while for better or worse she was to be involved in the Dusty bio-musical her health concerns have prevented it. And while DWD speaks of Dusty's issues in the studio as a chorale member for Elton's Bitch is Back and states that Dusty was "furious with herself" when Don't Go Breaking My Heart became a mega-hit - presumably believing that her studio issues had discouraged Elton from making her a duet partner - the book does not posit Dusty's forfeiting a firm offer of Don't Go... as claimed by the Mail. If the musical does plan to play up Dusty's connection with Don't Go... perhaps it's to bring in Elton as a character to augment interest in the show. And hopefully the real Elton can make sure the show's producers know what's really what.
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Re: Musical

Postby IWannaBeABluesSinger » Mon Jul 03, 2017 11:00 pm

Although Vicki may not be actively involved at the moment she was a year ago when this was in the planning stages. At that time the show was just a collection of anectdotes, and when winnowing them down I am sure the standard for making the cut was "the more sensational the better". This one fits the bill, whether true or not.

The tone of this production, and the way it will be promoted, is going to be Vicki's version, and if this first press blurb is any indication it will be brutal.

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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Wed Jul 05, 2017 12:00 am

It still seems to me that Vicki didn't realize how inflammatory Dusty's depiction in DWD might come across as - and whatever the case there, Vicki (and all other interested parties) should certainly know now that Dusty's fanbase whose support is vital to the musical's success don't want to see a tabloid take on Dusty's life. As I've said we can only hope that the tidbit dropped in the Mail doesn't exemplify the entire production's tone. Perhaps giving focus to what was really a footnote in Dusty's life: her not dueting on Don't Go Breaking My Heart, is just a matter of plotline symmetry: Dusty has a lowpoint when she's passed over as duet partner for Don't Go... only to triumphantly comeback dueting on What Have I Done to Deserve This (which quite likely will be the musical's conclusion). And if there is any misrepresentation of Dusty's involvement in Don't Go... hopefully Elton can emphatically express displeasure.

BTW - the SOAPM musical still has only two cast members announced: likely attendees at the premiere two months from today can at least count on a theatrical experience of considerable spontaneous energy! I'm still hoping for a gig in Wales - not sure if Liz actually wants to see it but it's the principle of the thing.
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Re: Musical

Postby JMFabianoRPL » Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:02 pm

Meh, if she hasn't learned her lesson by now, she never will. She is still a greedy villain and bully, IMO, and I hope karma succeeds where she is failing herself. And I challenge anyone here to prove me wrong.

There is a reason why after 17 years, I am still furious that Dancing with Bullcrap ever existed, and that the people who were responsible mostly got away with it. I do still seek reason to leave my anger behind, but it's hard. That DWB happened and has influence after nearly 2 decades is why I think Dusty doesn't get even more respect as she should.

And if Elton gets mad at V, I hope he uses some of the colorful terms he saved for people like Madonna.
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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Fri Jul 07, 2017 12:01 am

I'm not out to change anyone's mind but I will put out there the idea that DWD isn't really that significant. The tributes to Dusty I read at the time of her passing while overall laudatory did reference her darker days: perhaps DWD could have put the perception of Dusty as a troubled soul in a balanced context, but the perception predates the book. Members of the public who perceive Dusty as a showbiz casualty likely never read DWD which - like the 2014 Karen Bartlett tone - seems to have been largely ignored outside Dusty's fanbase. And IMHO the darker factors in Dusty's perceived persona haven't in any way negated respect for her artistry, which is higher now than in her commercial heyday and shows no sign of diminishing.

And despite the unfortunate tone of the Mail blurb I doubt if the upcoming West End musical will differ significantly in tone from the Dusty musicals we've already had which - whatever their perceived failings - were not hatchet jobs. I've mentioned that Katherine Kingsley's stage career has been focused on light projects and that's also true of director Maria Friedman. And essentially jukebox musicals are fripperies: their protagonists may encounter challenges - but nothing that's going to seriously bring an audience down.
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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Sun Jul 09, 2017 11:17 pm

ImageA casting update of sorts on the SOAPM musical - with most roles unassigned eight weeks before the scheduled premiere, a statement has been added to the musical's site (or perhaps I've just overlooked it til now) that Diana and Debra are only committed for the 2017 dates. Don't mean to be negative: the musical had enough starpower with Dusty and CRH's names attached to get an impressive number of bookings - the casting procedure for this particular show just seems to me unusual. But then perhaps I've never really monitored a show in development before. Still hoping for a gig in Wales!
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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Fri Jul 14, 2017 10:31 pm

ImageWell - at this moment the info's not yet on the musical's official site but the first male cast member for the SOAPM musical has been announced: Ian Reddington, who has had a lengthy career onscreen large and small (including EastEnders and Corrie gigs) and stage. Although still too young to have actually frequented a 60s nightclub Ian - who will turn 60 September 23 at the end of SOAPM's Sunderland gig - is substantially older than either of the two previously announced cast members and his role - identified as Simon - is likely the seasoned title character. No word if Ian's committed through 2018. There's a "teaser" on Facebook and Twitter of the announcement of two new bookings for SOAPM being imminent.
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Re: Musical

Postby Sweetbaby » Wed Jul 19, 2017 10:16 pm

ImageNot sure if this increases accessibility for anyone here but a gig for the SOAPM musical has been confirmed for the Hippodrome in Darlington next February: details here - https://www.darlingtonhippodrome.co.uk/ ... acher-man/

If anyone is in the "viewing area" you might also be interested in the Darlington Hippodrome's preceding production, the Four Seasons' jukebox musical New Jersey Nights, which unlike Jersey Boys would seem to be a tribute concert with highlights of the Four Seasons' career referenced rather than enacted, with no mention made of the darker aspects of the group's career.
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