It’s been confirmed that a new bio-musical about the rise to fame of the Bee Gees is in the works, and could be eyeing a place in the West End.
Universal Theatrical Group is the team behind...
TEG STAGE PRODUCTIONS FOR 2001 INCLUDE "BLOOD MONEY", "FLOWERING CHERRY", AND A NEW PLAY BY ROD BEACHAM
Three new productions for 2001, by 'TEG Stage Productions', include.......
Blood Money, a comedy by the Heather Brothers (writers of "A Slice of Saturday Night"), directed by Rob Bettinson (director of West End hits "Buddy" and "Jolson"). This play combines the slickness of a classic thriller with the madness of a slasher movie. (The show is to go on tour and then a West End run is expected)
A major revival of Flowering Cherry, by Robert Bolt is expected to have a West End run after a pre-London venue tour. This is the first major revival since its premiere in 1957, when, with Ralph Richardson and Celia Johnson, it ran for 15 months in the West End and became one of the most important and influential plays of the century.
A new play by Rob Beacham Significant Other , is the third TEG production expected in the West End next year. It is directed by Elijah Moshinsky, director of West End hits "Cyrano De Bergerac" and "Richard III", both with Robert Lindsay, "Becket" with Derek Jacobi" and "Shadowlands" with Nigel Hawthorne, as well as numerous operas at the Royal Opera House. (Expected in the West End after a pre-London venue tour)