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West Side Story archiveMusical based on Romeo and Juliet about rival gangs in New York City. Original concept by Jerome Robbins who did the original choreography. Includes songs such as 'Somewhere', 'Tonight', 'America', 'Maria', 'Office Krupke', 'I feel pretty' and 'Somethings Coming'. Direct from London's West End. Paul Guthrie (Officer Krupke) was taken ill with appendicitis and Simon Clark has been drafted in to fill the role (April 2001).
Performers Julian Essex-Spurrier, Norman Bowman, Ben Wheeler, Nick Crossley, Christopher Gage, Kevin Hudson, James Beattie, Michael Broughton, Michael Cotton, Louise Lenihan, Leigh Daniels, Amanda Coutts, Sascha Kane, Steven-John Tokaya, Celia Graham, Emma Clifford, Ralph Sebastian, Aaron Piper, Douglas-Scott Franklin, Jonathan Sephton, Cristian Valle, Jane Mark, Andrea Stevens, Rhoda Montemayor, Tamsin Stewart, Cameron Leigh, Alan Thompson, Andrew Lawdon, Paul Guthrie, Michael Cotton, Kat Baker, Paul Omasta, Jamie Wilkin.
Music Leonard Bernstein. Lyrics Sondheim. Book by Arthur Laurents. Producer David Ian (for SFX in association with Pola Jones). Director Alan Johnson. Choreographer Jerome Robbins.

West Side Story

West Side Story (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0584141055. Details of all West Side Story archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1751

Archive Listings

19 Nov 01
to
1 Dec 01
New Wimbledon Theatre
Outer London
Greater London
6 Nov 01
to
17 Nov 01
His Majesty's Theatre
Aberdeen
Aberdeen
23 Oct 01
to
3 Nov 01
Pavilion Theatre
Bournemouth
Dorset
24 Sep 01
to
6 Oct 01
Devonshire Park Theatre
Eastbourne
East Sussex
10 Sep 01
to
22 Sep 01
Theatre Royal
Norwich
Norfolk
21 Aug 01
to
1 Sep 01
New Victoria Theatre
Woking
Surrey
6 Aug 01
to
18 Aug 01
Theatre Royal
Bath
Bath & North East Somerset
23 Jul 01
to
4 Aug 01
Grand Opera House
York
North Yorkshire
9 Jul 01
to
21 Jul 01
Empire Theatre
Sunderland
Tyne and Wear
25 Jun 01
to
7 Jul 01
Opera House
Manchester
Greater Manchester
12 Jun 01
to
23 Jun 01
Alexandra Theatre
Birmingham
West Midlands
28 May 01
to
9 Jun 01
New Theatre
Oxford
Oxfordshire
15 May 01
to
26 May 01
Hull New Theatre
Hull
Humberside
30 Apr 01
to
12 May 01
Playhouse Theatre
Edinburgh
Edinburgh
20 Apr 01
to
28 Apr 01
Liverpool Empire Theatre
Liverpool
Merseyside

User Reviews

USER: UK Theatre Web (16Aug01): I caught West Side in Bath and must say I thought it was a very slick performance. Ben Wheeler did a brilliant job as 'Action' as did Emma Clifford in the role of 'Anita'. The dancing was strong, though 'Tony' was a trifal weak vocally, I would be interested to see Ben Wheeler as a Tony cover.
USER: Supanet (06May01): I strongly disagree with 'wos' review. This is surely one of the best, and strongest, production of this magnificent show ever!! A fantastic cast showing great vibrancy and quality of emotion! The 'Gee, Officer Krupke' number expertly lifted us all at just at the right moment with all the Jets showing a great flair for comedy! Not a dry eye in the house at the end and the finale was performed with as much freshness and enthusiasm as the first number of this gruelling show, sending us home ecstatic at having experienced such a wonderful performance by the entire cast. A definite 'must see', even if you've seen it before because this really is a FANTASTIC rendition.

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