We Will Rock You Musical Lyrics

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We Will Rock You Lyrics

Script wrote B. Elton, B. May and R. Taylor. Queen band’s songs are used in the show, as well as the name of one of two protagonists was a word from their Bohemian Rhapsody song. The lyrics were composed by B. Elton. Try-outs began in the Dominion Theatre in April 2002. Production went in the West End from May 2002 to May 2014 and gave there tremendous 4,600 performances. Production was carried out by director C. Renshaw and choreographer A. Phillips. In the show were involved such actors: T. Vincent, H. J. Fox, S. D. Clarke, N. Planer, N. Clauzel, K. Ellis, M. Ayesa, M. Murray, B. Edwards, R. Tucker, L. Bowden, A. Coutts, O. Tompsett & R. Wooding. From August 2003 to March 2004, the Regent Theatre hosted an Australian production. This show had cast: M. Falzon, K. Hoolihan, A. Crummer, A. Harrison, D. Fletcher & R. Grubb. From April 2004 to August 2005 in Australia started 1st tour, including Japan show in Tokyo's Shinjuku Koma Theater from May to August 2005. In 2006, the 2nd Australian tour started.

Preliminaries for American productions began in August 2004 in the Paris Las Vegas Hotel. The histrionics was exhibited from September 2004 to November 2005. The actors were following: T. Vincent, J. Wooten, K. Sheik, A. Vincent, P. Russo & D. Crawford. In March 2009, Manchester Palace Theatre hosted the beginning of 1st UK tour. The spectacular involved: A. Gaumond, S. French-Ellis, B. Edwards, J. Wilkes, K. Kennedy & G. Hagen. In 2010-2011, the 2nd UK tour was started. In October 2013, 1st North American tour began. Production took place in 30 cities. There were shown 298 performances. The director in the US was Ben Elton, choreographer – Arlene Phillips. In the musical participated: B. J. Crum, P. J. Griffith, J. Arnold, J. Zirilli & R. Lewis. Production was carried out in Spain, Germany, South Africa, Switzerland, Canada, Italy, Sweden, Norway and other countries.
Release date: 2002
Last Update:July, 21st 2016

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