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|10th May 2007, 10:51 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2006
LoTR Stage Musical
BBC NEWS | Entertainment | The West End meets Middle-earth
"The Lord of The Rings stage musical opening in London this summer has cost £8m, needed a crew of 80 to build it and a cast of 50 to perform it.
The historic Theatre Royal, Drury Lane had to be refitted so completely that English Heritage oversaw some of the work. The new stage alone has 17 pneumatic lifts and three turntables, the wardrobe uses 500 pieces of armour and the actors playing talking trees need 10ft stilts."
The show's website: The Lord Of The Rings - On Stage
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