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It is 1971. Past and present, dreams and reality collide for one triumphant, haunting and unforgettable night when former members of the "Weismann's Follies" reunite on the eve of their theatre's demolition. Two couples remember their glorious past and face the harsher realities of the present as the shadows of their younger selves remind them of the complicated steps they've danced - both on the stage and throughout their lives.Performers Janie Dee (Phyllis Stone), Imelda Staunton (Sally Durant Plummer), Zizi Strallen (younger Phyllis Stone), Leisha Mollyneaux (Stella - some dates), Dawn Hope (Stella - some dates), Philip Quast (Benjamin Stone), Josephine Barstow (Dame), Tracie Bennett, Peter Forbes, Christine Tucker, Aimee Hodnett, Emily Langham (young Carlotta), Kate Parr, Gary Raymond (Dimitri Weismann), Adam Rhys Charles (Ben), Alex Young (Sally), Fred Haig (Buddy), Bruce Graham (Roscoe), Geraldine Fitzgerald (Solange), Diane Botcher (Hattie Walker), Julie Armstrong, Norma Attallah, Jeremy Batt, Di Botcher, Billy Boyle, Anouska Eaton, Liz Ewing, Peter Forbes, Emily Goodenough, Adrian Grove, Liz Izen, Aison Langer, Sarah-Marie Maxwell, Ian McLarnon, Gemma Page, Phiip Quast, Edwin Ray, Jordan Shaw, Barnaby Thompson, Michael Vinsen.
Author Stephen Sondheim. Author James Goldman. Book by James Goldman. Producer National Theatre. Director Dominic Cooke. Lighting Paule Constable. Sound Paul Groothuis. Design Vicki Mortimer. Choreographer Bill Deamer. Musical Director Nigel Lilley.
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