“Legally Blonde” miglior musical a Londra


Scritto da: Redazione • 14 Marzo 2011
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Sono stati consegnati al Drury Lane Theatre di Londra gli Olivier Awards 2011, i più ambti premi del teatro inglese. Per la categoria "miglior musical" la statuetta è andata a "Legally Blonde" , la cui interprete Sheridan Smith ha vinto anche il premio come miglior attrice di musical. Grande sconfitto della serata il musical sequel di "The Phantom of the Opera", "Love Never Dies" di Andrew Lloyd Webber, cui non è stato assegnato alcun premio. Ma ecco l’elenco completo dei vincitori:


Best Actress: Nancy Carroll for After the Dance

Best Actor: Roger Allam for Henry IV Parts 1 & 2

Best New Musical: Legally Blonde – The Musical

Best Director: Howard Davies for The White Guard

Mastercard Best New Play: Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris

Best Actress in a Musical: Sheridan Smith for Legally Blonde – The Musical

Best Actor in a Musical: David Thaxton – Passion

Best New Opera Production: OperaUpClose and Soho Theatre’s La Bohème at Soho Theatre

Best New Dance Production: Babel (Words) by Eastman vzw and Royal Opera House La Monnaie at Sadler’s Wells, choreographed by Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui and Damien Jalet

Best Actress In A Supporting Role: Michelle Terry for Tribes at the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court

Best Actor In A Supporting Role: Adrian Scarborough for After The Dance at the Lyttelton

Best Musical Revival: Into The Woods at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Best Entertainment: The Railway Children By E Nesbit, Adapted By Mike Kenny at the Waterloo Station Theatre

Best Performance In A Supporting Role In A Musical: Jill Halfpenny for Legally Blonde- The Musical at the Savoy

Best Revival: After The Dance Directed By Thea Sharrock at the Lyttelton

Best Theatre Choreographer: Leon Baugh for Sucker Punch at the Jerwood Theatre Downstairs at the Royal Court

Best Lighting Design: The White Guard designed by Neil Austin at the Lyttelton

Xl Video Award for Best Set Design: The White Guard designed by Bunny Christie at the Lyttelton

Best Costume Design: After The Dance designed by Hildegard Bechtler at the Lyttelton

Best Sound Design: King Lear designed by Adam Cork at the Donmar Warehouse

Outstanding Achievement In An Affiliate Theatre: Lyric Hammersmith for Blasted

Outstanding Achievement In Opera: Christian Gerhaher for his performance in The Royal Opera’s TannhaUser at the Royal Opera House

Outstanding Achievement In Dance: Antony Gormley for his Set Design of Babel (Words) by Eastman Vzw And Theatre Royal De La Monnaie at Sadler’s Wells

Audience Award for Most Popular Show: We Will Rock You


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