Sweet Charity ist ein Musical, basierend auf dem Film "Le Notti di Cabiria" von Federico Fellini, Tullio Penelli, Ennio Flaiano & Pier Paolo Pasolini aus dem Jahr. Sweet Charity ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr , der auf dem gleichnamigen Musical von Neil Simon, Cy Coleman und Dorothy Fields. Sweet Charity. Broadway-Ikone Bob Fosse entwickelte Mitte der er Jahre die Vision, aus einem Film von Federico Fellini ein amerikanisches Musical zu.
Sweet Charity - Spielplan, Programm & Tickets kaufenSweet Charity ist ein Musical basierend auf Federico Fellinis Film Die Nächte der Cabiria (Le Notti di Cabiria) von , den Neil Simon für die Bühne adaptierte. Aus Fellinis „Die Nächte der Cabiria“ wurde so – nicht ohne entsprechende Bearbeitung – das Musical „Sweet Charity“. Ein Projekt, für welches. littlestumptown.com - Kaufen Sie Sweet Charity günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer.
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It's big and flashy and a little bit silly I like to call Ricardo Montalban Casanova Khan in this , and the director jumps off from Fellini and Neil Simon in a Peter Stone script for as much audacious advantage as he can.
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Parents Guide. How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. Charity Hope Valentine Shirley MacLaine always tries to look on the bright side of life, despite working in a rundown dance hall and contending with a seemingly endless run of bad dates.
Determined to find love, Charity falls for suave actor Vittorio Vidal Ricardo Montalban , but their romance is all too brief. However, when Charity finds herself stuck in an elevator with the reserved Oscar Lindquist John McMartin , it turns out that she may have finally met her match.
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Ricardo Montalban Vittorio. Sammy Davis Jr. Big Daddy Brubeck. Chita Rivera Nickie. Paula Kelly Helene. Stubby Kaye Herman.
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Dancer uncredited Jerry Mann Singer uncredited Lynn McMurrey Dancer uncredited Joseph Mell Man on Bridge uncredited Gloria Mills Dancer uncredited Jackie Mitchell Model uncredited Ted Monson Dancer uncredited April Nevins Dancer uncredited Geraldine O'Brien Lady on Bridge uncredited Maris O'Neill Dancer uncredited Walter Painter Dancer uncredited Alma Platt Lady with Hat on Bridge uncredited Maudie Prickett Nurse on Bridge uncredited Louise Quick Dancer uncredited Frank Radcliffe Dancer uncredited Leoda Richards Onlooker at Park uncredited Ed Robinson Dancer uncredited Carroll Roebke Model uncredited Sandy Rovetta Dancer uncredited Charlene Ryan Dancer uncredited Dom Salinaro Dancer uncredited Juleste Salve Dancer uncredited Victoria Scruton Dancer in 'Big Spender' Number uncredited Ronnie Shark Baseball Player uncredited Paul Shipton Patron at Dance Hall uncredited Georgina Spelvin Emerging from the lake, Charity, speaking directly to the audience, asks "Did you ever have one of those days?
Realizing that unlike Charlie, Oscar has not stolen her bag, she shrugs and reprises her opening dance. The stage blacks out onto three neon signs , reading "And so she lived … hopefully … ever after".
After a tryout at Detroit's Fisher Theatre , the musical premiered on Broadway at the Palace Theatre on January 29, and closed on July 15, after performances and 10 previews.
It was conceived, directed and choreographed by Bob Fosse and starred Gwen Verdon , John McMartin , Helen Gallagher , Thelma Oliver, James Luisi, Arnold Soboloff, Sharon Ritchie, and Barbara Sharma.
Scenic and lighting design were by Robert Randolph and costume design was by Irene Sharaff. The production was nominated for 9 Tony Awards, winning for Fosse's choreography.
The Australian production was produced by J. Williamson , starring Nancye Hayes as Charity and Peter Adams as Oscar. The musical opened in the West End at the Prince of Wales Theatre in October , running for performances.
Juliet Prowse starred, and was succeeded by Gretchen Wyler. A revival opened on Broadway at the Minskoff Theatre on April 27, and closed on March 15, , running for performances and 15 previews.
Again directed and choreographed by Fosse, Debbie Allen starred as Charity with Bebe Neuwirth as Nickie, Allison Williams as Helene and Michael Rupert as Oscar.
Fosse's wife Gwen Verdon the original Charity from , remounted the choreography with Fosse, and taught much of the ensemble numbers to the female chorus.
The production won four Tony Awards including the Tony Award, Best Reproduction Play or Musical. When Allen left the show Ann Reinking took over as Charity.
It starred Chita Rivera , Bebe Neuwirth , Donna McKechnie , Debbie Allen and in her last public stage appearance, Gwen Verdon, all in the shared role of Charity.
A West End revival opened on 19 May and closed on 15 August at the Victoria Palace Theatre , choreographed by Stephen Mear and starring Bonnie Langford.
Christina Applegate starred in another revival of the show, opening on Broadway at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on May 4, , after a troubled three-city preview tour.
The show went into production beginning January 25, , at the Historic Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis. Audience-attended previews began February 8,  with the Opening Night performance held February 17, The Minneapolis engagement closed on February Then, after the final leg of the tour in Boston , the producers announced that the production would not be continuing to Broadway due to lack of interest.
However, two days later, the Broadway engagement was on after Applegate convinced the producers to continue. A week into previews, Applegate rejoined the cast, which also included Denis O'Hare as Oscar, Shannon Lewis as Ursula and Ernie Sabella as Herman.
Reportedly, pop icon Britney Spears was asked to replace Applegate when her contract expired, but declined the offer.
A national tour of the Broadway revival began in September and ended in August It starred Molly Ringwald and later Paige Davis as Charity.
A revival of the show opened for a limited engagement at London's Menier Chocolate Factory on 21 November and closed on 7 March It starred Tamzin Outhwaite as Charity.
Regardless of the actual cost, the film's returns were a huge disappointment for the studio. The film received three Academy Award nominations:  Best Art Direction-Set Decoration Alexander Golitzen , George C.
Webb , Jack D. Moore ; Best Costume Design ; and Best Music, Score of a Musical Picture Original or Adaptation.
It was also screened at the Cannes Film Festival , but outside of the main competition. The film is recognized by American Film Institute in these lists:.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the film. For the musical, see Sweet Charity. Release date. Running time. The Numbers.
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