A young soldier falls in love with a starving stage actress.


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Credited cast:
Ann Crumb ...
Rose Vibert
Alex Dillingham
Kevin Colson ...
George Dillingham
Kathleen Rowe McAllen ...
Giulietta Trapani
Marcel Richard
Zoë Hart ...
Young Jenny Dilligham
Diana Morrison ...
Older Jenny Dilligham
Laurel Ford ...
Elizabeth, George's Maid / Rose' Friend #2
David Greer ...
Hugo Le Meunier / Alex's Friend #1
Sally Smith ...
Chanteuse / Matron in Cafe / Pharmacist / Rose's Friend #6
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Geoffrey Abbott ...
Patron in Cafe / Rose's Friend #1 / Labourer / Clown
John Barr ...
Patron in Cafe / Baker #2 / Labourer / Knife Thrower
Patrick Clancy ...
Carol Duffy ...
Matron in Cafe / Alex's Friend's Girlfriend #1 / Hotel Cashier / Trapeze Artist
Susie Fenwick ...
Matron in Cafe / Alex's Friend's Girlfriend #2 / Nun / Trapeze Artist


A young soldier falls in love with a starving stage actress.

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The original Broadway production of "Aspects of Love" opened on April 8, 1990 at the Broadhurst Theater, ran for 377 performances and was nominated for the 1988 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Book and Score. Kevin Colson received a nomination for the 1990 Tony Award for Supporting or Features Actor in a Musical for "Aspects of Love" for his role as George Dillingham. See more »


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