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End of the Rainbow Peter Quilter’s musical that stages the saga of a dying Hollywood star and celebrity, Judy Garland. End of the Rainbow revolves around the melodrama of Garland’s life and fascinating glittery personality. Set up in London in December 1968, the musical tries to relive the happenings and explore her heart and mind in the last few months of her life. This Broadway production will prove to be an astounding theatrical, incomparable to any other End of the Rainbow, previously done.
The show premiered in Sydney‘s famous Opera House in 2005. This triggered follow-up productions of various production houses in the UK and US. From shows in London to Edinburgh and Northampton, and finally Broadway theatre every production presented an impeccable presentation. On Broadway Peter Quilter’s End of the Rainbow casts the Olivier Award winning star Tracie Bennett. With a remarkable Garland’ personification at West End she will star again in this version of the End of the Rainbow.
To watch and understand End of the Rainbow, one needs toknow Garland as a person. This hardworkingyoung actress and singer entered show business and stirred waves in matter of a few years. The Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz made it to Hollywood and became an icon of style, live singing and brilliant acting. Her fan following loved her but with time, things changes. She was troubled with her love life and suffered from drugs, alcohol and broken marriages. Bringing her career graph down, she couldn’t see herself dying out while she lived. She indulged more in substance abuse and sought assistance to return to a normal life. But all in vain….
End of the Rainbowbegins when Judy Garland decides upon a major comeback to showbiz. All enthusiastic and high with the help on substance abuse rehab, she along with her young new fiancé Mickey Dean embarks on a concert series. She aims at making Talk of the Town a success and reclaim the glory of the heydays. Despite all the restraining physical and emotional troubles she couldn’t fight her behavior and abuse issue. She compelled herself to win her life and career back. All this brought her turmoil harming her more than anything else.
End of the Rainbowtickets showcase an extraordinary impersonation of Garlands by Tracie Bennett. Hilton McRae becomes Garland’s loyal and devotional emotional support. He treats and keeps her intact as a friend. He himself is sad and is troubled to see her in a vicious struggle. Stephen Hagan as Mickey Deans justifies himself as Garland’s new found love that has not much to offer. He ever ready to take all her can and manipulate her.
Apparently in a musical like End of the Rainbow tragedy finds comfort in the smoothness in Garland's hits; the discomfort remains dark in oblivion though. Nonetheless the most inspiring performance by Bennett’s lead role leave no room for complain. End of the Rainbow is a power packed punch of melodrama lined with compelling inner strength. However a shattered heavy heart and a dying star is emotionally touching and rewarding for those who still thrive despite of shortcomings in life.
End of the Rainbow is a brilliantly directed and choreographed musical. It revisits a sad saga via the most festive music score. The musical brings to life Garlands’ most splendid song performances of all times. This two act theatrical capture the true spirit and essence of Garland’s heart when she sang all of her memorable songs. End of the Rainbowtickets will present a six piece band playing the wondrous The Man That Got Away, Come Rain Or Come Shine and The Trolley Song. Yet Somewhere over the Rainbow becomes an extra special feature of this musical as it is a true reflection of Garland’s life, love and hope that saw so much and so little at the same time.
Watch Bennett reprise Judy Garland’s cracking wit and physical comedy and perform songs in End of the Rainbow the musical. All the stars come together a mixture of emotions and vocal razzmatazz that is just right. End of the Rainbow rightfully creates and then relinquishes the emotional lows of Garland’s life. The defiance of such lows might not be very obvious, but are comfortably relational and familiar. Critics have reviewed this to be the greatest strength of the End of the Rainbow. End of the Rainbowtickets are bound to treat with q baroque load of brilliant acting and music. All these will most definitely mark End of the Rainbow tickets an entertainment passes worth buying.