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Based on Ingmar Bergman's film Smiles of a Summer Night, A Little Night Music
is set in turn-of-the-century Sweden where affairs of the heart are uppermost in everyone's thoughts. Elegant and stylish show featuring bittersweet songs including The Miller's Son
and the classic Send in the Clowns
.Performers Stephanie Corley (soprano), Quirijn de Lang (baritone), Josephine Barstow (Madam Armfeldt), Alex Banfield (Henrik Egerman), Amy J Payne (Petra), Christopher Nairne (Count Malcolm), Helen Evora (Countess Malcolm), Jennifer Clark (Anne Egerma), Gillene Butterfield (Mrs Nordstrom), Miranda Bevin (Mrs Nordstrom), Laura Kelly-McInroy (Mrs Segstrom), Lorna James (Mrs Segstrom), Claire Pascoe (Mrs Anderssen), Hazel Croft (Mrs Anderssen), Dean Robinson (Mr Lindquist), James Davies (Mr Lindquist), Warren Gillespie (Mr Erlanson), Stuart Laing (Mr Erlanson).
Music Stephen Sondheim. Lyrics Stephen Sondheim. Book by Hugh Wheeler. Producer Leeds Playhouse. Producer Opera North. Director James Brining. Conductor James Holmes. Conductor Oliver Rundell. Design Madeleine Boyd. Costume Madeleine Boyd.
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