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, a musical version of the perennial favourite Charley's Aunt
, is a Broadway take on a quintessentially English comedy-farce of mistaken identities. Charley and Jack are two Victorian college boys desperate to court their beaus Kitty and Amy but can't without a chaperone. Enter Charley's aunt...who is not all she seems. Based on Charley's Aunt. Original production in 1958 starred Norman Wisdom.Performers Cameron Biakely (Charley), Lottie Mayor (Amy), Cameron Blakely, Alistair Robins, Karen Evans, Philip York, Christopher Godwin, Mary Lincoln, John Conroy.
Music Frank Loesser. Lyrics Frank Loesser. Book by George Abbott. Company New Shakespeare Company. Director Ian Talbot. Design Terry Parsons. Choreographer Gillian Gregory. Director Catherine Jayes (music). Choreographer Gillian Gregory.
USER: UK Theatre Web (04Aug01): A show that just flies by. Good performances from
Cameron Blakely, John Conroy, and Christopher Godwin.
Not the greatest product and songs, but being in
Regents Park in the open air on a beautiful day is
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