Jesus Christ Superstar Reviews
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Newest Review: ... Written by Tim Rice (lyrics) and Andrew Lloyd Webber (music). This production of Jesus Christ Superstar was directed by Gale Edwards an award winning Australian, who is now making a name for herself in Britain. The sets, and costumes, although giving a ‘biblical’ feel, kept the play relevant to modern times. As with all Lloyd Webber productions, the cast was strong, and ... more
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by - written on 07/07/01, updated on 07/07/01 (Very useful, 351 readings)
Back in 1967, when the first sods were turned for what was to become Milton Keynes, one of the ‘promises’ made by those, whose job was to attract families into the New City, was that M.K. would have a theatre to rival any in the country. So okay it took them 33 years, and a £19 million lottery fund grant, to honour that promise, but finally we have our theatre. And a very fine theatre it is too. Modern design, with excellent bars, comfortable seating, fantastic acoustics, and technical wizardry, it was the perfect venue to sit back and enjoy The Really Useful Theatre Company production of “Jesus Christ ... Read the complete review
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