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The Blues Brothers To Shutter 13 October As Art Moves In [23 August]

The musical The Blues Brothers at the Whitehall Theatre has posted early closing notices for 13 October 2001 after a run of 5� months - the production had been booking up to the end of the year. Subject to final confirmation, the next production at the Whitehall Theatre will be the award-winning hit comedy Art - currently in its fifth year in the West End - which will transfer from the Wyndham's Theatre to the Whitehall Theatre at the end of October. Full details of this transfer are due to be announced shortly.

Privates On Parade Opens 10 December 2001 [23 August]

A revival of Peter Nichols' comedy Privates On Parade, with music by Denis King, opens at the Donmar Warehouse on 10 December 2001, following previews from 30 November. Booking opens on 24 September 2001. Michael Grandage directs this subversive comedy about an army entertainment corps stationed in South East Asia in 1948. The cast features Roger Allam and Malcolm Sinclair along with Justin Salinger. The production will have a limited run up to 2 March 2002.

Casting News....

Art: Tom Conti will take over the role of 'Marc' in Art at the Wyndham's Theatre from 2 September 2001 when Judd Hirsh leaves the production due to prior US television commitments. Although Tom Conti has played in Art in Australia, this will be his first time in the West End production. He will join current cast members Joe Morton and Richard Thomas up to 30 September 2001.

The Vagina Monologues: It has been confirmed that Jenny Eclair will replace Pam Ferris for the final two weeks of The Vagina Monologues at the New Ambassadors Theatre from 11 to 22 September 2001. She will join current cast members Jerry Hall and Josette Simon. More details....

Ruthie Henshall in Peggy Sue Got Married: "A Sympathetic & Wonderfully Sung Performance" [23 August]

The musical Peggy Sue Got Married opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre on 20 August 2001. This new musical, based on the 1980's movie of the same name is written by Jerry Leichtling, Arlene Sarner and Bob Gaudio. The cast stars Ruthie Henshall in the title role along with Andrew Kennedy. The production opened to generally good notices: The Financial Times wrote that: "The first thing that makes this musical touching is that the singing and vocal writing are of an excellence rare in modern musicals," adding that Ruthie Henshall's "singing really is the show's beating heart: intense and contemplative, soft and strong." The Daily Telegraph also highlighted Ruthie Henshall's "winningly sympathetic and wonderfully sung performance" but complained that the show's authors "invariably reach for the trite and tested." The Guardian described it as a "blandly competent, psychologically conservative American musical." Peggy Sue Got Married is currently booking up to 2 March 2002.

The Musicals in Concert: 11 Nov 2001 [23 August]

A special concert show Hollywood & Broadway: The Musical in Concert takes place at the London Palladium on Sunday 11 November 2001 for one night only. This brand new production celebrates the golden era of stage and screen musicals and features Dave Willets (who has starred in Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables & Cats) with Grace Kennedy (who has starred in Carmen Jones & The Cotton Club) along with The Hollywood & Broadway Orchestra, Singers & Dancers.

The King Stag: "Only Casts A Partial Spell Of Enchantment" [23 August]

The American Repertory Theatre's production of Carlo Gozzi's The King Stag opened at the Barbican Theatre on 15 August 2001. The production has costumes, masks, puppetry and movement by Julia Taymor and it is directed by Andrei Serban. It is being presented for a three week run in London as part of this year's BITE (Barbican International Theatre Event). The King Stag opened to rather poor notices: The Financial Times said "the show resembles bad English Christmas pantomime" while The Independent described it as being "a wooden, stagey piece of nonsense." The Guardian wrote that "The King Stag, for all its magical design and brilliantly executed puppetry, inspires at best a reluctant admiration: it never touches the heart." The Times concluded that it "only casts a partial spell of enchantment." The King Stag continues up to 2 September 2001.

A Woman in Waiting Set For Radio/Web Broadcast [23 August]

The play A Woman in Waiting - recently seen at the New Ambassadors Theatre - is due to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Friday 24 August 9.00pm to 10.00pm. A Woman in Waiting had a limited three week run in June this year. The play was conceived and written by Yael Farber and Thembi Mtshali and performed on stage by Thembi Mtshali - she is also performing in the radio version which is also being broadcast on the web via the Radio 4 website.

Witches of Eastwick Announces New Booking Period [23 August]

The musical The Witches of Eastwick at the Prince of Wales Theatre has announced a new three month booking period covering performances up to 30 March 2002 - tickets for these performances are now on sale.

Mother Clap's Molly House Cancels First Previews [22 August]

The first two previews of Mark Ravenhill's controversial new play Mother Clap's Molly House at the Royal National Theatre's Lyttelton Theatre - scheduled for today and tomorrow (22 & 23 August) - have been cancelled. As reported on Monday, the Royal National Theatre suffered a major power failure on Sunday night forcing the cancellation of all performances on Monday and Tuesday. This meant that the cast for Mother Clap's Molly House where unable to complete their technical and dress rehearsals in the Lyttelton Theatre in time - hence the first two previews have been cancelled. The 'Opening Night' on 4 September 2001 remains unchanged. Mother Clap's Molly House, a black comedy with songs, is a celebration of the diversity of human sexuality and contains language and scenes which some people may find offensive. Meanwhile performances in the other two theatres - The Relapse in the Olivier and Howard Katz in the Cottesloe - are going ahead today for the first time this week. Performance schedule....

Starlight Express To Close 12 Jan 2002 [21 August]

It was announced last night that Andrew Lloyd Webber's long running musical Starlight Express at the Apollo Victoria Theatre will close on 12 January 2002 - after a run of just under 18 years, and 7,406 performances. Starlight Express, which opened in on 27 March 1984, is the second longest running musical in West End history, after Lloyd Webber's Cats, which opened at the New London Theatre in May 1984 - and is still running. Following its closure at the Apollo Victoria Theatre it is expected that the musical will embark on a major national tour. An animated television series based on the musical is also expected. Lloyd Webber said: "Starlight Express has had an amazing run. It is a show dear to my heart as I wrote it for my older children, now 24 and 22, and I want to turn it into something my younger children will enjoy. Its final performance will be a very emotional experience for all of us who have been close to it for the past 18 years." News of the closure of Starlight Express comes just two months after it was announced that Lloyd Webber's newest musical, The Beautiful Game, will close on 1 September 2001 after a run of barely one year and means that, after Starlight Express closes there will be just two Lloyd Webber musicals in the West End - Cats and The Phantom of the Opera. The next production at the Apollo Victoria Theatre is expected to be the new musical Bombay Dreams written by AR Rahman, Don Black and Meera Syal and produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber. But before it opens the theatre will need some extensive internal refurbishment to remove the skating track used for Starlight Express - the 2,500 seat theatre had 1,000 seats removed to make way for the track.

Royal National Theatre Hit By Power Cut [20 August]

The Royal National Theatre has been hit by a major power cut forcing the cancellation of tonight's performances. Last night two of the transformers that provide power to the complex exploded in separate incidents causing damage to the electrical equipment and a cut in the power supply. The transformers are located in the basement of the RNT. No one was hurt although both times the fire brigade was called out to attend the incident. The RNT is currently endeavouring to fix the problem and get power restored to the complex as soon as possible although both of tonight's scheduled performances - The Relapse in the Olivier and Howard Katz in the Cottesloe - have been cancelled. It is hoped that tomorrow's performances will go ahead. The RNT will remain closed until power can be safely restored. In June 1999 the London Palladium was hit by a power cut during a performance of the musical Saturday Night Fever causing it to be cancelled while last month the opening of the hit musical My Fair Lady at the Drury Lane Theatre was delayed by an hour due to the scenery moving generators breaking down. UPDATE: The performances on Tuesday 21 August have also been cancelled

Mamma Mia! Celebrates Tonight! [18 August]

The hit musical Mamma Mia! celebrates its 1000th performance at the Prince Edward Theatre tonight! The musical, which is based on the songs of the pop group ABBA, originally opened in April 1999 since when it has played to capacity audiences as it continues to be one of the West End's most popular shows. Mamma Mia! is currently booking up to 16 March 2002.

The Homecoming - Opens 13 Sept - Now Booking [17 August]

Booking has now opened for Harold Pinter's The Homecoming which opens at the Comedy Theatre on 13 September 2001, following previews from 11 September. This revival is directed by Robin Lefevre and the cast stars Ian Holm and Lia Williams. Set at a family gathering in North London where Teddy brings his wife, Ruth, home to meet her in-laws. But who will be the eventual winner in a fierce battle for supremacy?

Private Lives - Opens 4 Oct - Now Booking [16 August]

A revival of Noel Coward's Private Lives in a production directed by Howard Davies opens at the Albery Theatre on 4 October 2001, following previews from 21 September - booking has now opened. Set in France in the late 1920s, the plot centres around divorcees Amanda and Elyot, who are honeymooning in the same hotel with their new spouses, Victor and Sibyl. Their chance meeting reminds them of why they fell in love, but also why they couldn't live together... The production stars Alan Rickman and Lindsay Duncan along with Emma Fielding and Adam Godley. The production will have no performances on Monday evenings - instead the production will play matinee performances on Sundays at 4.00pm.

Cirque Eloize's Excentricus: "Utterly Delightful" [16 August]

The Canadian circus troupe Cirque Eloize (pronounced: el-was) opened their show Excentricus at Sadler's Wells Theatre last week. A mixture of acrobatics, comedy and live rock music Cirque Eloize are a 15-strong troupe in this "animal-free" circus that is accessible to all. When the production opened at Sadler's Wells Theatre The Mail on Sunday hailed it as being "utterly delightful... every performer is dazzlingly talented and a pleasure to watch." The Times said that it "excels at family entertainment... this 90-minute circus-theatre piece combines merry slapstick with a sense of humanity that strikes gently at the heart." Cirque Eloize's Excentricus continues up to 2 September 2001.

Casting Updates:

The Royal Family: It has been announced that joining Judi Dench will be Peter Bowles, Toby Stevens and Harriet Walter. The Royal Family opens at the Haymarket Theatre on 1 November 2001.

Caught in the Net: The cast for Ray Cooney's sequel to Run For Your Wife will include Russ Abbot, Eric Sykes and Robert Daws along with Carol Hawkins, Helen Gill, William Harry and Beccy Armory. Caught in the Net opens at the Vaudeville Theatre on 29 August 2001.

Ball Over Broadway: On Radio [16 August]

Michael Ball is presenting a six part radio series that looks at the revival of the Broadway revival in recent times. Called Ball Over Broadway the programme will be broadcast on BBC Radio 2 on Fridays 7.00pm to 7.30pm from 17 August 2001. The programme are also being webcast on the BBC Radio 2 website. Ball will look at a different musical each week - starting with The Producers (17 Aug) and The Full Monty (24 Aug). Meanwhile at the Donmar Warehouse in London Michael Ball will be taking to the stage from 17 to 29 September 2001 in a brand new concert show as part of the annual Divas at the Donmar season.

Humble Boy: "Performances Are Tremendous" [16 August]

The Royal National Theatre's production of Charlotte Jones's new play Humble Boy opened at the Cottesloe Theatre on 9 August 2001. The play directed by John Caird and the cast includes Diana Rigg, Denis Quilley and Simon Russell Beale. The production opened to generally good reviews: The Daily Telegraph hailing it as being "sensationally well-cast... the performances are tremendous... I can't recommend this lovely play too highly." The Financial Times wrote how that following the play "your heart and mind keep shifting gear, excitedly." The Guardian complained that the "play lacks a single, governing, passionate idea" while The London Evening Standard said "there are moments when the script teeters on tweeness... the play's flaws are not fatal, and are considerably outweighed by the laugh-tillyoucry moments." Prior to opening Diana Rigg spoke about her time with the National Theatre, both past and present: "I'm pleased to be back at the National... It's just a pity about the dressing-rooms: they're like battery-hen hatches, completely without character, very noisy, and with little space or decent light." The interview in full.... Humble Boy continues in repertory and is booking up to 24 November 2001.

The Mousetrap Announces New Booking Period [15 August]

Agatha Christie's whodunnit The Mousetrap at the St Martin's Theatre has announced a new six month booking period covering performances from 3 December 2001 to 1 June 2002 - tickets for these performances are now on sale.

Nixon's Nixon To Close 1 September [15 August]

Russell Lees' comedy Nixon's Nixon at the Comedy Theatre has confirmed that it will be closing on 1 September 2001 after a run of seven weeks. The production had opened to generally good notices: The Daily Telegraph said it is "an absorbing and amusing two-hander." The Daily Mail wrote that it had a "witty, compelling script and the brace of brilliant performances." Subject to final confirmation the next production at the Comedy Theatre will be Harold Pinter's The Homecoming starring Ian Holm and Lia Williams from 11 September 2001.

Les Miserables Announces New Booking Period [15 August]

The musical Les Miserables at the Palace Theatre has announced a new three month booking period covering performances from 24 December to 30 March 2002 - tickets for these performances are now on sale.

RSC's A Servant to Two Masters To Close Early [13 August]

The Royal Shakespeare Company's revival of Carlo Goldoni's comedy A Servant to Two Masters at the Albery Theatre will close four weeks earlier than expected on 25 August 2001 after a run of just five weeks. This is the third time this production has been in London having been seen for four weeks at the Young Vic Theatre (Feb 2000) and a further eight weeks at the New Ambassadors Theatre (Dec 2000). Subject to final confirmation the next production at the Albery Theatre will be a revival of Noel Coward's Private Lives opening 4 October 2001.

All My Sons: "Still Packs An Emotional Punch" [13 August]

Following an award-winning sell-out run at the Royal National Theatre's Cottesloe Theatre last year, Howard Davies' revival of Arthur Millers's 1947 play All My Sons transferred to the Lyttelton Theatre on 7 August 2001. The production has been slightly recast and now features Laurie Metcalf. When the production opened at the Lyttelton Theatre The Times said it "still packs an emotional punch," but complained that "the play is creakingly melodramatic." The Guardian wrote that "[Laurie Metcalf] gives a truly astonishing performance... Miller's weakness is his resort to a melodramatic plot device." The Express commented that "Angst-ridden family drama may not be everybody's cup of iced tea, but if it's yours, you won't see it done better." The Daily Telegraph described how "the production has survived the move to the Lyttelton and is, if anything, all the better for it." Following its short two month repertory season at the Lyttelton Theatre, the production is expected to transfer to a West End theatre although this has not yet been confirmed. All My Sons continues in repertory up to 6 October 2001.

Fame: The Musical Transfers To Cambridge Theatre From 20 Sept - Now Booking [13 August]

The musical Fame: The Musical, which closes at the Victoria Palace Theatre on 8 September 2001 will transfer to the Cambridge Theatre from 20 September 2001 - tickets for the Cambridge Theatre run are now on sale. Set in New York's legendary High School of the Performing Arts, Fame: The Musical tells of the hopes and dreams of aspiring stars in their quest for success. This production originally opened in June 1995 at the Cambridge Theatre since when it has returned to various theatres in the West End - prior to its transfer to the Cambridge theatre it will have notched up a combined West End run of just over 2� years.

Barbara Cook Cancels One Week Extension [13 August]

The legendary American singer Barbara Cook's latest concert show Mostly Sondheim at the Lyric Theatre has cancelled the one week extension that was announced earlier this month. The concert show will now close on 25 August 2001 after a run of seven weeks. The next production at the Lyric Theatre will be Cat On A Hot Tin Roof starring Brendan Fraser which starts previews on 5 September 2001.

RNT Announces A 'Tranformation' [9 August]

The Royal National Theatre has confirmed plans - first announced last December - to 'transform' the 890 seat Lyttelton Theatre into two performance spaces. From May 2002 the Lyttelton Theatre's auditorium will be split into two spaces, one seating 650 - with seats surrounding the acting area so that no seat is futher than 25 feat from the stage, and another smaller 100 seat space which will stage more 'radical' work. This experiment will initially run for 5� months and will cost approximately �1.5 million - money which will come from the RNT's normal operating budget along with some additional sponsorship. This 'transformation' is being done partly to try to attract a younger audience to the RNT. Amongst those who are interested in working in these new spaces are the choreographer Matthew Bourne, the actress Kathryn Hunter and the director Deborah Warner. Also announced where some forthcoming productions to be staged at the RNT. These include Corin Redgrave and John Wood in No Man's Land by Harold Pinter, Martin Clunes in his RNT debut in Moliere's Tartuffe as well as the previously announced productions of Euripides' The Bacchae to be directed by Trevor Nunn, a trilogy of plays by Tom Stoppard and a revival of the musical South Pacific to be directed by Trevor Nunn next year.

RSC's Julius Caesar Opens In Stratford [9 August]

The Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Shakepeare's Julius Caesar opened at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford on 26 July 2001. The production is directed by Edward Hall. When the production opened The Daily Mail hailed it as "a thrilling new production." The Times was more guarded in its praise saying that "if you want a punchy production that will get out of the theatre long before the pubs shut, well, here it is. If you're looking for nuance, intricacy, sublety of character, no, this isn't the revival for you." The Daily Telegraph said that "superficially, [Edward Hall's] approach has elegance and confidence, but just as the costumes try to combine elements of the toga with 20th-century dress, so the concept feels muddled." Julius Caesar continues in repertory in Stratford up to 13 October 2001, more details....

Casting News

Kiss Me, Kate: The four leads for the West End production which opens at the Victoria Palace Theatre on 30 October 2001 have now been confirmed as: Brent Barrett will play 'Fred Graham/ Petruchio', Marin Mazzie 'Lilli Vanessi/ Katharine', Michael Berresse 'Bill Calhoun/ Lucentio' and Nancy Anderson 'Lois Lane/ Bianca'.

The Mousetrap: There is a new cast taking over from Monday 13 August 2001 - Peter Byrne, Philip Day, John Fleming, Denise Silvey, Sarah-Jane Strachan, Leslie Tuckey, Jan Walters and Charlie Watts.

Special Charity Events The Royal Variety Performance: Monday 26 November 2001 at the Dominion Theatre. Annual variety show performed in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by The Duke of Edinburgh. Tickets are now on sale.

An Audience With Dame Diana Rigg:

Saturday 22 September 2001 at Chez Gerard Restaurant (South Bank). The acclaimed actress in a one hour question and answer session followed by a three course meal. The event will raise money for The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.

An Inspector Calls Returns 27 September [8 August]

Booking has opened for The Royal National Theatre's 1992 production of J B Priestly's play An Inspector Calls which opens at the Playhouse Theatre on 27 September 2001, following previews from 20 September. This is the return of the multi award-winning production which closed at the Garrick Theatre in April this year. This production has won 19 major theatre awards in London and New York including four Olivier Award including for 'Best Revival', 'Best Director for a Play' (for Stephen Daldry) and 'Best Set Designer' (for Ian MacNeil). An Inspector Calls will have no performances on Monday but will instead play an extra mid-week matinee each week.

Where's Charley?: "Mildly Entertaining" [8 August]

The Open Air Theatre's revival of Frank Loesser and George Abbott's musical comedy Where's Charley? opened on 26 July 2001. The production is directed by Ian Talbot. The production opened to rather mixed notices: The London Evening Standard said that while "Ian Talbot's production gives the musical heartily, old-fashioned treatment... it needs more ironic camp to make it palatable." The Financial Times descibed it as being "Mildly entertaining," adding that "the music is appealing, but not particularly memorable." The Independent complained about the "uninspired" and "lacklustre" choreography but concluded that "The show's faults, however, are made much more tolerable by the luscious Regent's Park setting, and are worth toleration for the chance to see this sweet, clever musical." The Guardian wrote that "it's an infectiously enjoyable show, even if not one of the greater Loessers." Where's Charley? continues in repertory up to 16 August 2001.

Dame Dorothy Tutin Dies [7 August]

The actress Dame Dorothy Tutin died yesterday in hospital, aged 71. She had been suffering from leukaemia. She was appointed CBE in 1967 and a DBE - and thus became a 'Dame' - for her services to drama in the 2000 New Year Honours. She last appeared in the West End in a revival of D L Coburn's 1978 Pulitzer prize-winning play The Gin Game opposite Joss Ackland at the Savoy Theatre for eight weeks in 1999.

Caught In The Net: Run For Your Wife The Sequel Opens 29 August - Now Booking [6 August]

Booking has now opened for the long rumoured production of Ray Cooney's farce Caught In The Net: Run For Your Wife The Sequel which opens at the Vaudeville Theatre on 29 August 2001, following previews from 20 August. Caught In The Net: Run For Your Wife The Sequel is the sequel to Cooney's very successful 1983 farce Run For Your Wife which run for over eight years in the West End in a total of five theatres.

Royal National Theatre Announces New Booking Period [4 August]

The Royal National Theatre has announced full details of its new booking period which runs from 24 September to 24 November 2001. During this period the RNT will be celebrating 25 years on the South Bank: Olivier Theatre Luther by John Osborne: Previews 29 Sept, Opens 5 Oct, Close 14 Nov. Cast includes Rufus Sewell The Chain Play by 25 playwrights: 26 Oct - One performance only! The Relapse by John Vanburgh: Closes 17 Nov Lyttelton Theatre Jitney by August Wilson: Previews 11 Oct, Opens 16 Oct, Closes 21 Nov Mother Clap's Molly House by Mark Ravenhill: Closes 24 Nov All My Sons by Arthur Miller: Closes 6 Oct Cottesloe Theatre Gagarin Way by Gregory Burke: Previews 28 Sept, Opens 3 Oct, Closes 23 Oct The Good Hope by Harmen Heijermans in a new version by Lee Hall: Previews 2 Nov, Opens 8 Nov, Closes 20 Nov Humble Boy by Charlotte Jones: Continuing performances Howard Katz by Patrick Marber: Closes 6 Oct On 25 October 2001 the RNT celebrates 25 years on the South Bank and there are a number of special events tied in with the celebrations have been announced. There are also a number of Platform Talks and Exhibitions taking place during this new booking period. General booking for this booking period opens on 3 September 2001.

The Vagina Monologues Extends Two Weeks With New Cast [3 August]

Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues at the New Ambassadors Theatre has announced a two week extension up to 22 September 2001 - the performance schedule for these two weeks has been changed with evening and matinee performances both starting 30 minutes earlier at 7.00pm and 4.30pm. It has also been confirmed that the cast from 21 August to 9 September will be Jerry Hall, Pam Ferris and Josette Simon. The cast for the last two weeks will also feature Jerry Hall along with two other actresses yet to be announced.

Barbara Cook Sings Mostly Sondheim Extends Another Week [1 August]

The legendary American singer Barbara Cook's latest concert show Mostly Sondheim at the Lyric Theatre has been extended by another week up to 1 September 2001. This extra week is in additional to the two week extension announced a couple of days ago and means that Mostly Sondheim will have an eight week run in total. It is very unlikely the show will extend again as the next production at the Lyric Theatre is Cat On A Hot Tin Roof starring Brendan Fraser which starts previews on 5 September 2001.

Nixon's Nixon: "Absorbing & Amusing" [1 August]

Russell Lees' comedy Nixon's Nixon opened at the Comedy Theatre on 23 July 2001. The production is directed by Charles Towers. Nixon's Nixon speculates on what might have happened when President Nixon met with Henry Kissinger on the eve of his resignation. The cast features Keith Jochim as 'Nixon' and Tim Donoghue as 'Kissinger'. The production opened to generally good notices: The Daily Telegraph said it is "an absorbing and amusing two-hander," adding that "the actors bear an astonishing likeness to the two men." The Independent said that "Russell Lees' absorbing dark comedy succeeds rather well" while The Daily Mail wrote that it provides "a salutary and entertaining divertissement" with a "witty, compelling script and the brace of brilliant performances." The Financial Times highlighted that "Charles Towers' enjoyable production seizes with relish on the comic potential of the script, and the two statesmen operate like a music-hall double-act." Nixon's Nixon is currently booking up to 8 September 2001..

Brendan Fraser in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof Opens 18 September - Now Booking [1 August]

Booking has opened for the long awaited revival of Tennessee Williams' play Cat On A Hot Tin Roof starring Brendan Fraser which opens at the Lyric Theatre on 18 September 2001, following previews from 5 September. The production is directed by Anthony Page and the cast also includes Frances O'Connor, Ned Beatty and Gemma Jones.

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