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MessagePosté le: Dim 5 Avr - 07:44 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant

oui en effet il répète  Rolling Eyes


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q7KLRdN1KI4


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MessagePosté le: Dim 5 Avr - 10:27 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant


"Though I've never had the patience or discipline to get down to finishing a musical theatre idea other than the rock shows I'm known for, I know what I'd try to produce if I did."
– David Bowie –

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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Avr - 12:38 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant


There’ll be no musical like a David Bowie musical

Sophia Deboick

Monday 6 April 2015


In a genre that often veers towards the naff, Lazarus should bring a little alienation and desperation – and makes oddly perfect sense in the context of his career

A musical version of David Bowie’s 1976 film The Man Who Fell to Earth can’t have been high on many people’s lists of likely projects for the increasingly reclusive star. Yet last week the New York Theater Workshop announced it will be staging just such a production later this year, featuring new songs from Bowie. Lazarus will be based on Walter Tevis’s 1963 novel – the plot sees alien Thomas Jerome Newton land on Earth seeking to ship water back to his drought-stricken home planet where his family are dying, but he ultimately descends into an alcoholic haze, betrayed by those around him, thus suffering a two-fold alienation. But as unlikely as it seems, this project honours some enduring themes in Bowie’s work and looks set for creative success...

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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Avr - 13:32 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant

Jack Sikora a écrit:

Et ensuite Ziggy à Broadway ! Laughing
Moi je suis tellement content que ce ne soit pas Ziggy, justement, vous pouvez pas imaginer !

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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Avr - 17:18 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant

Si si, je peux imaginer, Zouff. Mais bon, TJ Newton ou Ziggy, c'est quand même toujours un alien aux ch'veux rouges qui débarque, connaît un certain succès et... finit mal. Wink
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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Avr - 17:49 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant

La comédie musicale telle qu'on l'entend en général, je déteste ! c'est en genre musical l'anti-Bowie par essence, téléphoné, sans finesse ni audace, convenu, écrit avec les pieds, pouah !
Mais qu'il revienne aux origines de son art avec un spectacle multigenres, où il peut travailler des arrangements musicaux, l'aspect visuel et théâtral à quelques blocks de chez lui et sans s'em... der avec de la promo, ça me va, on finira par réentendre quelques notes même de loin.
Par contre qu'il continue en même temps à retravailler ses albums secrets et ses reprises acoustiques de mes titres préférés, faut pas trop se disperser non plus, j'attends. Mort de Rire
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MessagePosté le: Lun 6 Avr - 19:57 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant


« L’Homme qui venait d’ailleurs » : David Bowie, héros et créateur de science-fiction

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Publié le 06/04/2015 à 13h18


Après dix ans sans un album (hors compils), David Bowie est, à 66 ans, revenu au premier plan début 2013 en sortant l’excellent « The Next Day » – d’autant plus remarquable que depuis une trentaine d’années, il n’avait guère produit de choses musicalement intéressantes, après son incroyable créativité de 1969 à 1983.

On apprend maintenant que Bowie prépare une adaptation pour la scène de « L’Homme qui venait d’ailleurs », livre de Walter Tevis (1963) adapté en 1975 par Nicolas Roeg, avec dans le rôle titre, celui d’un extraterrestre « tombé sur Terre » (le titre originel, plus en accord avec le pessimisme de l’histoire, est « The Man Who Fell to Earth »). La pièce sera jouée à New York pour la saison 2015-2016...

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MessagePosté le: Ven 10 Avr - 18:02 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant

A propos, est ce qu'il existe un enregistrement visible de l'intégralité de the Elephant Man joué par Bowie ?
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David Bowie's new songs for Lazarus 'sound like classics'

By Tim Masters

13 April 2015


David Bowie has written a number of new "classics" about love and violence for his forthcoming musical stage show, its director has revealed.

Ivo van Hove confirmed Bowie would not be appearing on stage in Lazarus, which is based on The Man Who Fell to Earth...

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Bowie theatre tracks are ‘like classics’
Martin Kielty / 14 Apr 2015

Director says fans will love material written for Lazarus, based on The Man Who Fell To Earth

The tracks written by David Bowie for an upcoming musical are “like classics,” the show’s director has said...

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24 JUNE 2015

Michael C. Hall to lead Lazarus cast

“Let me rise through the cloudy above”

The New York Theatre Workshop, under artistic director James C. Nicola, has announced that Golden Globe winner and six-time Emmy nominee Michael C. Hall will star as Thomas Newton in the upcoming world premiere of Lazarus by David Bowie and Enda Walsh.
Previews will begin at the New York Theatre Workshop on 18 November 2015, before an official opening on 7 December.
Inspired by the 1963 novel The Man Who Fell to Earth by Walter Tevis, the drama will feature songs specially composed by Bowie for this production as well as new arrangements of previously recorded songs.
Lazarus, directed by Ivo van Hove, centres on the character of Thomas Newton, famously portrayed by Bowie in the 1976 screen adaptation directed by Nicolas Roeg.
Further creative and casting details will be announced at a later date.

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Michael C. Hall en TJ Newton ? Shocked
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Enda Walsh continues his use of rooms in his new show

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

by Padraic Killeen


Enda Walsh tells Padraic Killeen about his current installation in Galway and his upcoming project with David Bowie...

THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH

Walsh signed up for the gig after producers arranged a meeting with Bowie. “He had read my plays and had seen some of it performed in St Ann’s Warehouse in New York,” he says.

“He was fantastic. I think he talked to me for an hour and a half or so about the work, just sort of interviewed me: ‘why did you do this and this and this, and what’s this recurring motif?’

He knew thematically where I was at and where the work was shifting toward. And, of course, he’s just a ferocious reader. It was as if this man knows every fucking word I’ve written.”

Notably, despite Bowie’s towering status within the pop culture firmament, Walsh remains cool and nonchalant as he discusses it all, describing the iconic star as a natural collaborator and an incredibly friendly man.

“The sweetest thing about it is that really, really quickly — like, within three minutes — you forget that he is who he is and then it’s just all about the work. But like, occasionally, you do go, ‘Oh fucking hell. That’s David Bowie. What’s all this about?’”

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MessagePosté le: Dim 16 Aoû - 09:22 (2015)    Sujet du message: Musical? Play? All That's Sure Is David Bowie Is Involved Répondre en citant


Audition for LAZARUS at New York Theatre Workshop in New York

AVAILABLE ROLES:

VALENTINE:
The most ordinary of men – a person seemingly with little confidence – physically withdrawn to the point of invisibility. A loner who is in search of a friend – for some love – for a cause. But a man who is unable to edit his opinion and function as a ‘normal’ person. Psychotic.

GIRL:
A teenage girl with no knowledge of who she is – or how she has arrived in New York. A forthright soul whose work is to help Newton escape and offer him a hope – she becomes Newton’s surrogate daughter. For all her activity and encouragement – she is lost – and searching for her past. She learns she is dead.

ELLY:
A woman in her early 30s who has recently started work as Newton’s assistant. She has continually changed projects, jobs and lifestyles – and subsequently sees herself as an eternal failure. Angry with a vicious wit – she’s locked into a bickering relationship which perversely gives her purpose. Tortured, complex and longing for love – in a short period of time – she will lose her mind.

ZACH:
A man in his mid 30s and tied to Elly in a loveless antagonistic marriage. He works in Information Technology – and would desperately want that all humans could be a little bit more machine. Humour has brought himself and Elly together – but now each funny exchange is an attack. He is exhausted – but is too cowardly to end their relationship.

BEN:
Late 20s-mid 30s, a city professional – young and ultra confident. A kindly alpha male with real swagger and bonhomie – he’s to be married in 2 weeks time. We meet him in a moment of pure happiness.

MAEMI:
Late 20s-mid 30s, engaged to Ben – and she herself a city professional. She’s parked all that professionalism and we find her aglow with love.

THE MAN:
A calm, midwestern dentist who lives the quiet life with his wife and dog in their little town. Mannerly and controlled – he’s murdered a child.

MEGAN:
18+ to play late teens – she carries a dark energy – a real toughness. A girl unhappy in her own skin. We meet her at a time when she’s gaining power – her steel hardening. A dead girl.

LILA:
18+ to play late teens – consistently wide-eyed and happy. She enthusiastically throws herself into things. Perhaps not the cleverest of these girls – she's certainly the most fun. A dead girl.

The following roles have been CAST:

NEWTON:
A man of indefinable age – once a powerful business mind – now reclusive, erratic – and spiraling fast into madness. He’s hidden away in his chaotic apartment. A heartbroken soul – haunted by a lost love - a man who desperately wants peace. He’s not from our world. THIS ROLE IS CAST.

MICHAEL:
Newton’s only friend – a man who seems friendless himself. He’s married to his career - to various mergers and acquisitions. He’s reached the point of burnout – where he wants again to rekindle his friendship with Newton who he genuinely cares for. We meet him at this moment of change – but moments before his catastrophe. THIS ROLE IS CAST.

RUBY:
18+ to play late teens – an affable and intelligent girl – who manages to keep the balance between the 4 teenage girls on stage. She has a calm purpose. A dead girl. THIS ROLE IS CAST.

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