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Follies archiveIt 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 Henry Goodman (Buddy), Kathryn Evans (Sally), Louise Gold (Phyllis), Diane Langton (Carlotta), Kerry Jay (Young Phyllis, Hugh Maynard (Young Ben), Emma Clifford (Young Sally), Matthew Cammelle (Young Buddy), Shezwae Powell (Stella), Joan Savage (Hattie), Anna Nicholas (Solonge), Philippa Healey (Young Heidi), Myra Sands (Emily), Keisha Marina Atwell (Young Stella), Tiffany Graves (Margie), Paul Bentley (Rosco), Nick Hamilton (Max), Pippa Raine, Juliet Gough, Alexis Owen Hobbs, Gabrielle Noble, Simon Coulhard, Andrew Wright, Matthew Atwell, Craig Armstrong, David Durham, Julia Goss.
Author Stephen Sondheim. Author James Goldman. Book by James Goldman. Producer Raymond Gubbay. Director Paul Kerryson. Design Paul Farnsworth. Director Julian Kelly (music). Lighting Jenny Cane.


Follies (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T132287057. Details of all Follies archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1510

Archive Listings

3 Aug 02
31 Aug 02
Southbank Centre
West End
Greater London

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