Production Opened

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Peter Quilter - Successful Endeavors
... The following year, Joop van den Ende presented a new Dutch production which played a seven-month tour of the Netherlands culminating in performances at the Royal ... A new UK production opened in February 2010 at the Royal Theatre in Northampton, directed by Terry Johnson, designed by William Dudley and starring Tracie Bennett ... The show opened to great critical acclaim and was featured on the front cover of The Times newspaper ...
The Lion King (musical) - U.S. and International Productions
... Taymor led the British production of the show, with Melissa De Melo as the producer ... The London Production has celebrated its 10th anniversary in the West End ... A Canadian production of the show was staged in Toronto and ran for nearly four years at the Princess of Wales Theatre ...
Mary Poppins (musical) - Productions - International Productions
... The first foreign-language production opened on October 18, 2008 in Göteborg, Sweden at the Göteborgs Operan ... This production is externally licensed by Disney Theatrical to Josef Weinberger Limited, and performed entirely in Swedish, with the book translated ... This production closed on March 14, 2009 ...
Trekkie Monster - Productions - Other National and International Productions
... 2007 The first translated version of the musical opened in February in Stockholm, Sweden, at Maxim Teatern ... A Finnish production played at the Savoy Theatre in Helsinki from February to May ... The first and second of five separate Filipino productions (in English) opened in Manila in September and December at the Carlos P ...

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