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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), Peter Forbes (Buddy), Joanna Riding (Sally), Alexander Hanson (Ben), Julie Armstrong, Josephine Barstow (Heidi Schiller, Rosanna Bates, Jeremy Batt, Tracie Bennett, Billy Boyle, Kaye Brown, Anouska Eaton, Liz Ewing, Caroline Fitzgerald, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Bruce Graham, Adrian Grove, Alyn Hawke, Harry Hepple, Dawn Hope, Liz Izen, Jasmine Kerr, Alison Langer, Felicity Lott (Heidi Schiller from Feb19 22 until mid April), Sarah Marie Maxwell (Young Solange), Ian McIntosh (Young Ben), Ian McLarnon (Ensemble), Claire Moore (Hattie Walker), Tom Partridge (Ensemble), Gary Raymond (Dimitri Weismann), Lisa Ritchie (Young Hattie), Myra Sands (Emily Whitman), Gemma Sutton (Young Sally), Monica Swayne (Young Christine), Christine Tucker (Young Phyllis), Liam Wrate (Chorus/Swing), Lindsay Atherton (Young Carlotta), Vanessa Fisher (Young Stella), Aimee Hodnett (Young Sandra), Michael Remick (Ensemble), Rohan Richards (Kevin).
Author Stephen Sondheim. Author James Goldman. Book by James Goldman. Producer National Theatre. Director Dominic Cooke. Design Vicki Mortimer. Choreographer Bill Deamer. Music Nicholas Skilbeck (music supervisor). Music Jonathan Tunick (orchestration). Music Josh Clayton (orchestration). Musical Director Nigel Lilley. Lighting Paule Constable. Sound Paul Groothuis.
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