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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.
Performers Marti Pellow (Daryl Van Horne), Ria Jones (Alexandra), Rebecca Thornhill (Sukie), Poppy Tierney (Jane).
Book by John Updike. Music Dana Rowe. Lyrics John Dempsey. Producer Michael Harrison. Producer Kenny Wax. Producer Paul Elliott (by arrangement with Cameron Mackintosh). Director Nikolai Foster. Costume Peter McKintosh. Design Peter McKintosh. Choreographer Geoffrey Garrett. Lighting Guy Hoare. Sound Colin Pink. Music William David Brohn (original orchestrations). Music Chris Egan (additional orchestration). Music Christopher Jahnke (additional orchestration). Music Kevin Amos (musical supervision). Musical Director Tom Deering.

The Witches of Eastwick

The Witches of Eastwick (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T073536591. Details of all The Witches of Eastwick archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0733821977

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