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The Witches of Eastwick archiveThe Witches of Eastwick is set in the tiny New England community of Eastwick, where three modern-day witches, to brighten up their lives, innocently plot and conjure over a heady brew of weak Martinis and peanut butter brownies. With the arrival of 'Darryl Van Horne', in whom their fantasies are made flesh, he makes them have so much fun that they are really flying! And then all hell breaks loose. Quite literally. Jack Nicholson turned on the devilish charm in the film version with Cher, Susan Sarandon and Michelle Pfeiffer. Web site
Performers Ian McShane (Darryl Van Horne), Lucie Arnaz (Alexandra), Joanna Riding (Jane), Maria Friedman (Sukie), Rosemary Ashe, Peter Joback, Caroline Sheen, Stephen Tate, Kathryn Akin, Valda Aviks, Sarah Bayliss, Amanda Jane Callaghan, Earl Carpenter, Kevin Curtin, Jennie Dale, Matt Dempsey, Alison Forbes, Jocelyn Hawkyard, Shaun Henson, Chris Holland, Jasna Ivir, Maurice Lane, Sarah Lark, Anne Marie McCormack, Jean McGlynn, Lisa Peace, Simon Penman, Richard Reynard, Anthony Stansfield, Scarlett Strallen, Julia Sutton, Graham Tudor, Kevin Wainwright, Tim Walton, Gee Williams.
Book by John Updike. Music Dana Rowe. Lyrics John Dempsey. Director Eric D Schaeffer. Producer Cameron Mackintosh. Design Bob Crowley. Choreographer Bob Avian. Choreographer Stephen Mear. Sound Andrew Bruce. Lighting Howard Harrison. Music William D Brohn (orchestration). Music David Caddick (music supervision).

The Witches of Eastwick

The Witches of Eastwick (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01088942943. Details of all The Witches of Eastwick archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0733821977

Archive Listings

24 Jun 00
24 Feb 01
Theatre Royal Drury Lane
West End
Greater London

UKTW News/Reviews


User Reviews

USER: UK Theatre Web (21Feb01): Amazing! A brilliant show with an excellent cast, plus terrific set, songs and dances. A definite 'must see'.
USER: UK Theatre Web (15Feb01): not high drama but damned good theatre! McShane is ok, women are great .. songs are good, effects good, theatre too hot!
USER (11Jan01): This is a wonderful show! Don't miss it! The sets are amazing and the dances are great. The whole cast is superb!
USER (11Jan01): Thought it was great
USER (11Jan01): I LOVED this show!!!
USER (11Jan01): A great show with great dances.
USER (11Jan01): Ian McShane all good, except for looking less relaxed in the dances! Women all good, effects effective and some fun magic. In fact, its a real fun show.

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