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Gypsy: Live from the Savoy Theatre (2015)

A filmed recording of a live performance of the Chichester Festival Theatre revival, which played at the Savoy from April till November 2015.


Lonny Price


Arthur Laurents (book)


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Imelda Staunton ... Rose Hovick
Lara Pulver ... Louise Hovick
Peter Davison ... Herbie Sommers
Billy Hartman Billy Hartman ... Uncle Jocko
Scarlet Roche Scarlet Roche ... Baby June
Lara Wollington ... Baby Louise
Patrick Romer Patrick Romer ... Pop
Tom Hodgkin Tom Hodgkin ... Mr. Weber / Boucheron
Gemma Sutton ... June Hovick
Dan Burton Dan Burton ... Tulsa
Kieran Jae Kieran Jae ... Yonkers / Pastey
Roger Dipper Roger Dipper ... LA / Phil
Luke Street Luke Street ... Little Rock
Jake Chissick Jake Chissick ... Mr. Goldstone / Rich man
Natalie Woods Natalie Woods ... Agnes / Toreadorable


A filmed recording of a live performance of the Chichester Festival Theatre revival, which played at the Savoy from April till November 2015.

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Did You Know?


The actress who plays Agnes in this production, Natalie Woods, has nearly the same name as Natalie Wood--the Hollywood star who played adult Louise in the 1962 movie of Gypsy. See more »


Version of Gypsy (1962) See more »

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Rather Flat Filming of a Stage Success
30 January 2016 | by l_rawjalaurenceSee all my reviews

GYPSY lays claim to being a Broadway standard; associated in the public mind with Ethel Merman, it was filmed rather unmemorably in 1962 with a miscast Rosalind Russell.

It's a good story with a score by Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim that combines tragedy with the brassiness of vaudeville.

First presented at the Chichester Festival Theatre in October 2014 and transferring to the West End in April, Jonathan Kent's production has a stellar performance by Imelda Staunton as Momma Rose. With her three-cornered hat and waddling gait, she creates an obsessive character whose desire for Gypsy's stardom drives her to excess. The song "Everything's Coming Up Roses," is delivered with a kind of manic glee, while in "Rose's Turn," she mimics the striptease that made Louise a big star, suggesting a women on the verge of a nervous breakdown.

The supporting cast includes Peter Davison as a suitable foil as Herbie. The remainder of the cast put across their lines with enthusiasm, even if their American accents tend to waver somewhat.

The only cavil that might be leveled at this production is the rather flat filming. Little attempt has been made to exploit the Savoy's space; and there are rather too many reaction-shots punctuating the action.

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