A TV presentation of the successful London stage show. A fully operatic production very loosely based on the 'Jerry Springer' TV show.

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Warm-up Man / Satan
Leon Craig ...
Montel / Jesus
Carrie Ellis ...
Peaches / Baby Jane
Alison Jiear ...
Shawntel / Eve
Christopher Key ...
Chucky / Adam
Benjamin Lake ...
Dwight / God
Ryan Molloy ...
Tremont / Angel Gabriel
Claire Platt ...
Zandra / Irene / Mary
Guy Porritt ...
Steve
Annabelle Williams ...
Adriano Agostino ...
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'Jerry Springer-The Opera' tells the story of a day in the job of world famous talk-show host, Jerry Springer. Jerry has to sort out a number of guests problems; including a man who wants to dress up as a baby, a man with 3 lovers (one of them a transexual) and a fat woman who wants to be a pole dancer. However, on this particular day, something out of the ordinary will happen... Written by spyk_

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Jerry Springer is about to have the worst day of his career.


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8 January 2005 (UK)  »

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£200,000 (estimated)
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This was the only musical ever to win all four "Best Musical" awards (What's On Stage, Olivier, Evening Standard, Critics Circle) See more »

Quotes

[singing]
Ensemble: Excuse me, is this the right room for The Dave Letterman Show?
Ensemble: [singing] You got the wrong room, pal. Loser!
Ensemble: [singing] Fuck you!
Ensemble: [singing] Fuck you back!
Ensemble: [singing] When does it start?
Ensemble: [singing] How should I know?
Ensemble: [singing] I hope I get to see some bare breasts.
Ensemble: [singing] Me too.
Ensemble: [singing] Why are all men such losers?
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Referenced in The Most Outrageous TV Moments Ever (2005) See more »

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id rather be hobbled by kathy bates herself
13 March 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

dear god, i know i'm not a fan of opera or the theater in general but this was one of the biggest, most insulting and regrettable wastes of me and my partners time.

this is clearly an opera aimed at prim and proper upper class theater goers as it thinks its hilariously daring and provocative with all its swearing but it just isn't, its deliberate and unfunny and it congratulates itself at every turn with sycophantic audience laughter.

at 15 mins i could see it wasn't going anywhere yet i sat through the whole sorry 2 hours of this drivel, 2 hours man.

jerry went to hell in the show, i wish he'd go to hell for real.


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