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Archive listings for The Artist (2024)

Work type: Play.


World PremiereProducer McOnie Company. Producer Theatre Royal Plymouth. Producer Playful Productions. Producer Bill Damaschke. Producer Stephen Gabriel. Producer Nancy Gabriel. Producer Underbelly. Director Drew McOnie. Design Christopher Oram. Costume Christopher Oram. Music Simon Hale. Lighting Zoe Spurr. Sound Simon Baker. Design Ash J Woodward (video). Other Maia Kirkman-Richards (puppetry). Director Will Burton (CDG - casting). Director Ebony Molina (associate director / choreographer). Musical Director Chris Poon. Performer Robbie Fairchild (George Valentin). Performer Gary Wilmot (Al Zimmer). Performer Briana Craig (Peppy Miller). Performer Nicole Alphonce (Swing / Dance Captain). Performer Alexander Bean (Clifton). Performer Will Bozier (Ensemble). Performer Matthew Caputo (Ensemble). Performer Tiffany Graves (Gertie Gams). Performer Tim Hodges (Swing). Performer Lukas Hunt (Swing / Dance Captain). Performer Lily Laight (Ensemble). Performer Deja Linton (Ensemble). Performer Tyler Lotzof (Ensemble). Performer Louis Mackrodt (Ensemble). Performer Shayna McPherson (Swing). Performer Ebony Molina (Doris Valentin). Performer Rachel Muldoon (Constance). Performer Mark Samaras (Ensemble). Performer Thomas Walton (Uggie). Performer Daisy West (Ensemble).
11 May 24 to 25 May 24Theatre Royal Plymouth, Plymouth :: V895
listing details L1783771975


The Artist archiveIn 1920s Hollywood the business of making dreams come true is in full swing.   Silent movie icon George Valentin has long been the darling of the silver screen when he falls for aspiring actress Peppy Miller. But while her star is about to rise, his might soon flicker out: amidst all the glamour, laughter and romance, the silent movie industry is on the brink of a revolution. With the Talkies on their way, George must either find his voice in a brave new world or lose everything he holds dear to a bygone era.


Adapted by(s): Lindsey Ferrentino, Drew McOnie (from the film by Michel Hazanavicius)

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