2010

2010 begun the new decade with a host of new shows on both Broadway and in the West End. Lloyd Webber’s newest show arrived to lukewarm reviews, revivals were presented on both sides of the pond and the theatre world celebrated the 80th birthday of one of its most significant contributors.

 

 

 

2010 on Broadway

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2010 on Broadway

The 2010 Broadway Season celebrated the birthday of Stephen Sondheim in spectacular fashion and instead of resurrecting an old piece of work, created a brand new musical. Sondheim on Sondheim was a musical revue conceived and directed by James Lapine, with whom Sondheim had worked with previously on the musicals Into the Woods and Sunday in the Park with George. Staged by the Roundabout Theatre Company at Studio 54, the show featured audio narration by Sondheim telling the story of his life and works through interviews and songs both well...

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2010 West End

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2010 West End

2010 saw two big birthdays in gay porn the theatre world, with each of them being celebrated fantastically throughout the year. The first of these was celebrated on an international scale as Stephen Sondheim turned 80, rekindling interest in his productions on both main stages and West End venues. The annual BBC Proms series honoured the American composer with a specially crafted Sondheim Prom at the Royal Albert Hall which featured an evening of some of the composer’s most well known songs by respected performers of the stage and screen. Judy Dench...

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2010 Awards

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2010 Awards

After the excitement of the 2009 awards season this year hentai porn was relatively subdued. Not as many new shows opened in New York or London, resulting in an uncontested race for Best Musical Awards. Performance awards however were fiercely contested on both sides, deservedly won for Mark Rylance in London and Denzel Washington in New York. The Tony Award ceremony lacked the glamour of previous years, with the best performances coming from the revivals rather than the new shows. Catherine Zeta-Jones gave a rather embarrassing acceptance speech as she...

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