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Leggete qui:

http://www.playbill.com/news/article/114214.html


è un'intervista a Stephen Schwartz che conferma la notizia che conoscevamo e vi avevamo già detto qualche mesetto fa...

Il musical Disney de "Il Gobbo di Notre Dame" (uscito finora solo in Germania) potrebbe essere portato a Broadway nel 2008...


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messaggio 12/1/2008, 15:41
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Non vedo l'ora


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messaggio 12/1/2008, 17:21
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Ma Schumacher pochi giorni fa aveva detto che non avevano in mente per ora nessun grande spettacolo, al massimo uno ispirato a... come si chiama.. insomma quello sui bambini che vendono i giornali tratto dall'omonimo film musicato sempre da Menken, e un musical tratto non da un film Disney!!!

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messaggio 12/1/2008, 17:31
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che bello sono contento, ma tanto a noi nelle tasche non ci entra niente, i musical disney qua non arrivano cry.gif
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messaggio 12/1/2008, 17:56
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Beh però potrebbero farne un bellissimo cd con il cast, quindi spero si faccia visto che è una delle colonne sonore Disney che preferisco smile.gif


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Beh Newsies-Gli Strilloni secondo me renderebbe bene su palco! Quanto al Gobbo (era ora!) mi chiedo se le canzoni saranno le stesse del musical di Berlino (adattate alla lingua inglese) o altre e se la fine rimarrà quella del musical tedesco o sarà più vicina al lungometraggio.


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messaggio 12/1/2008, 18:03
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Credo che se si farà, saà un pò come tutti i musica Disney ufficciali, che se basano sulla colonna sonora con qualche variazione e qualche canzone nuova degli stessi autori.


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messaggio 14/1/2008, 11:23
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Ecco i due spettacoli che la Disney sta sicuramente preparando...

From the The Little Mermaid Playbill:
"Future projects in development include The Man in the Ceiling, featuring original book author Jules Feiffer and composer Andrew Lippa, and a stage adaption of Peter and the Starcatchers, a novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson."

Non so se il secondo sia un musical...
Cmq, se è vero che faranno anche il gobbo... non sarà un pò troppo avere 6 show?
A meno che questi non andranno in scena tipo tra 4-5 anni...


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messaggio 14/1/2008, 13:24
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Io vorrei che adattassero Pocahontas.Lo so che non accadrà mai, ma quanto mi piacerebbe.
Se non sbaglio Aladdin fu adattato?Sul sito di Menken ho vistoa la cover del cd..ma non ho ben capito di cosa si trattasse.

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messaggio 14/1/2008, 18:30
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Aladdin non è stato adattato... o meglio c'è stato il musical a Disneyland ma non è mai arrivato a Broadway... anni fa Aladdin ebbe successo come musical su ghiaccio e pure in Egitto si tentò di adattare Aladdin, ma non sappiamo nulla del progetto anche perché già in Egitto fecero i pazzi nel vedere Jasmine mezza svestita che figuriamoci come farebbero ad adattare il musical...

Pocahontas invece era stato un progetto di Menken... lo voleva fare con tutto se stesso, purtroppo però non aveva la possibilità di farlo per via dell'introduzione con la nave e il viaggio in America e il finale con di nuovo la nave che separa per sempre i due protagonisti... Menken pensò di fare un musical live action di Pocahontas, ma del progetto non si è più saputo nulla...
C'è però da dire che in SudAmerica, ci sembra in Brasile o Argentina, è stato realizzato un musical di Pocahontas dalla Disney locale basato pure sul film Disney con le stesse canzoni più altre canzoni aggiunte in stile Menken (anche se Menken non vi ha partecipato)... ne parlammo su un topic apposito... Clicca qui e lo leggerai...


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messaggio 14/1/2008, 18:54
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Di "Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular" c'è una vasta selezione di video su youtube.
http://it.youtube.com/results?search_type=...filter=1&page=1


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Grazie!

Beh, sicuramnete le varie scene di Pocahontas non sarebbero poi così difficili da ricreare, in fondo hanno ricreato una sirena (anche se non è riuscita, per me) quindi queste scenere si sarebbero potute fare.

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messaggio 23/9/2008, 22:21
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Il Gobbo verrà portato a Broadway!

Ecco la news dal sito Dispatch:

• The Hunchback of Notre Dame -- Disney's first original foreign-language production, which ran from 1999 to 2002 in Berlin, is being revamped for its U.S. premiere. The 1996 animated film inspired by Victor Hugo's novel was rewritten for the stage and directed by James Lapine (Into the Woods). Songs by Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast) and Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) were added as well.


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messaggio 24/9/2008, 0:07
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CITAZIONE (veu @ 23/9/2008, 22:21) *
Il Gobbo verrà portato a Broadway!

Ecco la news dal sito Dispatch:

• The Hunchback of Notre Dame -- Disney's first original foreign-language production, which ran from 1999 to 2002 in Berlin, is being revamped for its U.S. premiere. The 1996 animated film inspired by Victor Hugo's novel was rewritten for the stage and directed by James Lapine (Into the Woods). Songs by Alan Menken (Beauty and the Beast) and Stephen Schwartz (Wicked) were added as well.


Mmmm.... non dubito che la notizia sia vera. Il problema è il quando!! La Disney non potrà inondare tutta Broadway con i suoi show. Quindi è probabile che passeranno parecchi anni. Figuratevi che il nuovo musical di Spiderman dovrà aspettare il 2009 per debuttare, perchè non ci sono teatri, ed è in lavorazione da diversi anni!!!


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messaggio 25/9/2008, 22:32
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è anche vero che ci sono spettacoli (Xanadu e Frankestein Junior che probabilmente saranno liquidati molto presto... ovviamente ci vorranno sempre anni, ma possono anche anticipare l'uscita a Londra, dal momento che cmq è già esistito come West* End Musical...)

*West sia di Berlino che dell'Atlantico XD

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News:

Michael Kosarin, supervisore musicale di Sister Act, conferma che lui e Alan Menken stanno lavorando per portare il musical "Il Gobbo di Notre Dame" sul suolo americano, dopo Newsies e Leap of Faith (quest'ultimo debutterà quest'estate)... Kosarin dice che il musical merita davvero e che la versione di Berlino era incredibile...


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CITAZIONE (veu @ 8/3/2010, 22:09) *
News:

Michael Kosarin, supervisore musicale di Sister Act, conferma che lui e Alan Menken stanno lavorando per portare il musical "Il Gobbo di Notre Dame" sul suolo americano, dopo Newsies e Leap of Faith (quest'ultimo debutterà quest'estate)... Kosarin dice che il musical merita davvero e che la versione di Berlino era incredibile...

NON CI CREDO!!!!!!!!
DITEMI CHE NON E' VERO!!
Si è sempre ventilata questa possibilità, ma era un rumor!! Fantastico, davvero fantastico!
Mary Poppins chiuderà di sicuro a breve, e ora ne hanno altri tre, come si organizzeranno?


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Dal sito Collider:
Intervista a Menken... ecco cosa dice a proposito di questo musical

You are constantly developing something new, including the upcoming theatrical production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Menken: The main things that are going on is Leap of Faith is opening here at the Ahmanson Theatre on October 3rd. That’s my gospel musical. Sister Act is running in London at the Palladium, and coming to Broadway in the spring. So those are my two, big, active projects, and then there is a stage musical of Newsies, Hunchback, and Aladdin all coming.


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News:

Da Broadway world:

PC: Speaking of screen to stage adaptations that take a different tone than before: I loved the James Lapine HUNCHBACK in Germany. Will it ever come to the US?

AM: Thank you. We're bringing that one back, too!

PC: Tell me when/what/where.

AM: Stephen and I and Scott Schwartz - who is directing, so it's a bit of a Schwartz family affair - are doing it.

PC: Is it using the Lapine text?

AM: Yes, we are still using James Lapine's book. It's coming.

PC: It's been coming for a long time now! We're ready.

AM: You're telling me! (Laughs.) We've even added some songs.

PC: So this is a reworked version of the German version?

AM: In the interim, after Berlin, Stephen and I worked on a television musical version of HUNCHBACK with some new songs and things. It didn't happen, but we still have some material from that that we are going to be working into it. We are at the starting gate for that, but we have a pretty good idea of what we want to do.


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Novità:

Da BroadwayWorld:

BREAKING: Disney's HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME to Have U.S. Premiere at La Jolla Playhouse

With the Broadway premiere of Disney's Aladdin just around the corner and a recent revelation that a staged musical adaptation of the hit Disney animated film Frozen will be heading to the Great White Way, it looks like the House of Mouse is now ready to bring the musical adaptation of Disney's 1996 animated film "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," stateside.

A Broadway workshop is taking place this month, featuring Michael Arden, Patrick Page and more.

The musical debuted in Germany in 1999, yet never made it across the Atlantic until now, when it will premiere as part of the 2014-15 season at La Jolla Playhouse.

The musical, written by the multiple Academy, Grammy and Tony Award-winning team of composer Alan Menken (Newsies, Little Shop of Horrors) and lyricist Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin), will feature a book by Peter Parnell (The West Wing, On a Clear Day You Can See Forever) and will be directed by Scott Schwartz(Playhouse's Jane Eyre, Broadway's Golda's Balcony). Smash's Josh Bergasse will choreograph. Produced by special arrangement with Disney Theatrical Productions, the musical will run October 28 - December 7 in the Mandell Weiss Theatre.

Said La Jolla Playhouse Artistic Director Christopher Ashley, "With great anticipation, I look forward to collaborating with the powerhouse creative team of Alan Menken, Stephen Schwartz, Peter Parnell and Scott Schwartz to bring Victor Hugo's classic story to life. I am particularly intrigued by the musical's themes of love and aloneness, obsession and heroism - themes that still resonate with our audiences today. Like Peter and the Starcatcher, this potent new work explores new theatrical forms, one of the hallmarks of the Playhouse's mission,"

Based on the Victor Hugo novel and featuring the Oscar-nominated score from the 1996 Disney animated classic, The Hunchback of Notre Dame is the only stage collaboration from two masters of the American musical theatre, composer Alan Menken and lyricist Stephen Schwartz. Celebrated for such beloved and award-winning works as Menken's Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and Little Shop of Horrors and Schwartz's Godspell, Pippin and Wicked, their artistry reaches its zenith in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

Featuring a lush, emotionally rich score, this brand-new production from acclaimed director Scott Schwartz highlights the music's orchestral power and choral beauty in an intimate retelling of the famous love story. Librettist Peter Parnell finds a bold, highly-theatrical take on the moving tale of the scorned bell-ringer Quasimodo, the beautiful gypsy Esmeralda and the dashing Captain Phoebus in 15th century Paris. The creative team also includes Josh Bergasse (Smash), choreographer; Michael Kosarin (Newsies), music supervisor and arranger; Michael Starobin (Tangled), orchestrator; Alexander Dodge (Playhouse's Limelight: The Story of Charlie Chaplin), scenic design; Alejo Vietti (Beautiful), costume design; Howell Binkley (Memphis, Jersey Boys), lighting design and Gareth Owen (A Little Night Music), sound design. The Hunchback of Notre Dame is produced by special arrangement with Disney Theatrical Productions, who earlier had developed Peter and the Starcatcher at La Jolla Playhouse as part of the Page To Stage Play Development program before it went on to win five Tony Awards on Broadway.


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messaggio 23/2/2014, 15:47
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Novità:

Ecco svelato il logo del musical da BroadwayWorld:

Logo Unveiled For Stage Version Of Disney's THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME

Logo Unveiled For Stage Version Of Disney's THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAMEThe hotly anticipated screen-to-stage adaptation of Disney's beloved animated movie musical THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME is setting its sights on an out of town tryout at the La Jolla Playhouse later this year and a preliminary sneak peek at the new logo for the stage tuner is now available to view.

The official description of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME is as follows: "The Hunchback of Notre Dame is the only stage collaboration from two masters of the American musical theatre, composer Alan Menken and lyricist Stephen Schwartz. In this brand new production, a lush, emotionally rich score highlights the music's orchestral power and choral beauty in an intimate retelling of the famous love story."

The premiere US production of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME is scheduled to play October 26 through December 7 at the La Jolla Playhouse in a production directed by Scott Schwartz.

More information on THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME is available at the official La Jolla Playhouse site here.

Of note, a workshop presentation of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME was recently presented earlier this year, as BroadwayWorld previously reported here.


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Ancora non ci credo che lo faranno sul serio ohmy.gif


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Prima recensione direi positiva:
http://variety.com/2014/legit/reviews/hunc...ney-1201352620/

Theater Review: Disney’s ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’

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Does the name Quasimodo ring a bell? Victor Hugo’s deformed outcast has swung from many rafters in his day, though rarely as poignantly or as lavishly as in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” Peter Parnell, Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz’s U.S.-premiere tuner which worked out growing pains in a 1996 Disney animated feature and 1999 Berlin engagement. At the La Jolla Playhouse it’s something of an odd duck: dark and medieval-moody, yet with exuberant Broadway roots plainly showing. Intensely emotional and sparked by three stellar performances, “Hunchback” is an intriguing bet as a long-term prospect, but it certainly sets its audience to cheering at the finale.

Someone, probably helmer Scott Schwartz, has clearly been studying “Peter and the Starcatcher” (and why not? It too kicked off in La Jolla), for “Hunchback” is right out of that hit’s playbook in merging sumptuous visuals with bare-bones platform staging conventions.

While thesps change roles before our eyes and narrate the action in third-person direct address, Alexander Dodge’s huge setpieces roam, a vast row of cathedral bells descends and Howell Binkley’s lighting drenches the stage in the deep blues and reds of Chartres stained glass.

On top of all that, cast voices are augmented by some 40-odd members of local chorus Sacra/Profana, ensconced against the back wall to lend startling depth to the Menken/Schwartz religioso numbers. (Not to mention surely the first-ever entr’acte sung entirely in Latin.)

The extravagance, fortunately, is justified by the story, whose engine is the dread Archdeacon Frollo (Patrick Page). His mission is to cleanse Paris of lechery and foreigners, which is to say he’s crusading against gypsies, which is to say he’s wracked with desire for the lovely Esmeralda (Ciara Renee). Little does he know his belltower-banished nephew (Michael Arden) has an eye on her as well, though a more innocent one.

Menken and Stephen Schwartz’s strongest numbers explicitly tackle the twin themes of social conscience and individual moral responsibility, from the celebration of an out-of-control, witless populace in “Topsy-Turvy” to Esmeralda’s prayer “God Help the Outcasts.” Unified by the through-line of the “Bells of Notre Dame” narrative ballad and individual character motifs, this may not be the catchiest score either songwriter has contributed to, but it’s a serious and effective one.

The main roles smack of familiar types. In a “Les Miz” touch, Frollo is poised to out-Javert Javert for ruthless self-righteousness, down to the “Stars”-like, wickedness-justifying anthem “Hellfire.” Esmeralda is an Aldonza waiting for a monk of La Mancha to redeem her, while Quasimodo himself, pure soul misunderstood through misshapen body, may be too close to “The Elephant Man” for comfort, right down to the theme expressed in song: “What makes a monster and what makes a man?”

But Scott Schwartz and thesps overcome the traps. Page’s gradual descent into unmitigated evil is believable, complex and blessedly underplayed. Renee’s sizzling gypsy — choreographed with lighthearted artistry by Chase Brock — resists cliche through genuine vulnerability and charm.

And Arden is a revelation in the title role. His delicately communicative physicality (perhaps derived from past work with Deaf West theater company) is wholly of a piece with a remarkably wide emotional range. The laughs he earns are warm and in context, while his “I want” songs are the clarion calls of a tortured soul, devoid of any “American Idol”-influenced vocal pyrotechnics. He is splendid.

The planks-and-passion concept is inconsistent: While sometimes the ensemble changes personas in front of us, other times they emerge fully costumed in traditional doubling mode. The movie’s singing-and-dancing gargoyles have wisely been jettisoned for actors whispering to Quasimodo through statuary, but Alejo Vietti’s gray kerchiefs identifying them as stone don’t sell the convention.

Taste issues also emerge. The fourth leg of Hugo’s romantic quadrangle, Captain Phoebus (Andrew Samonsky), comes off, as he did on screen, as a typical swaggering Disney hunk of the Gaston variety, offering blatant beefcake and too-modern wisecracks. He and an excruciating act-two opener, in which a beheaded saint offers Quasimodo advice, seem utterly out of place in the pervading pious context.


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Forse pochi sanno che, oltre dieci anni fa, la Disney ha portato in scena (solo a Berlino) una favolosa versione del Gobbo, mentre qui furoreggiava solo Cocciante. Ehm...
Il prodotto era considerato troppo maturo per portare il marchio Disney a Broadway, anche perché la trama seguiva un po' più fedelmente il romanzo.
A quanto pare, qualcuno ci ha ripensato.
Il Gobbo ha già avuto una breve rivisitazione l'anno scorso e ha appena debuttato in New Jersey. Si sondano le acque per Broadway.
Le nuove canzoni sono bellissime

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