On the night of Princess Diana's death, Amélie discovers a box of childhood treasures belonging to the man who used to own her apartment ("The Bottle Drops"). [5][6] The cast for the Los Angeles and Broadway productions includes Adam Chanler-Berat, Manoel Felciano, and Tony Sheldon. The man was really called Bretodeau. [12] On the 13th of November 2018[13] It was announced that Sandra Leitner would star as Amélie in the German production. On her way home, she spots Nino again at the train station, where he drops a photo album on the ground that Amélie takes. HARTSHORN - HOOK PRODUCTIONS and SELLADOOR PRODUCTIONS in association with THE WATERMILL THEATRE and BROADWAY ASIA. [1][2], Amélie had its premiere at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. In a lesson with Amandine one day, Amélie imagines her goldfish, Fluffy, coming alive and speaking to her ("World's Best Friend"). The musical premiered at Berkeley Repertory Theatre in September 2015.

At the train station, Amélie spots a man her age, Nino, who she is attracted to. Amélie constructs an elaborate trail to lead Nino to the album ("Blue Arrow Suite") and watches him follow it. Some of Amélie's regular customers include Gina's ex-boyfriend Joseph, Hipolito, a poet, and Philomene, an air hostess. When Bretodeau finds it, he reflects on his childhood and decides to call his ex-wife and arrange to meet their son. When Amélie returns home Nino spots her on the street, noticing how pretty she is and finds himself intrigued with the box.
[10], The musical opened at The Galaxy Theater in Tokyo, Japan for a limited engagement on May 18 to June 3, 2018. [16] The production made its London debut at The Other Palace during the Christmas season, from 29 November 2019 until 1 February 2020. Her only contact with her parents comes in the form of a monthly health check-up from her father. [20] Amelie is played by Marketta Tikkanen, and Nino by Mikael Saari. Time passes, and Amélie's search for Bredoteau isn't working out. The producers cannot guarantee the appearance of any particular artist, which is always subject to illness and holidays. Her parents, paranoid, begin to homeschool Amélie and cut off all of her contact with the outside world. Un court-métrage musical d'Amélie Bonnin bientôt tourné à Cormolain Du 16 au 23 octobre 2020, la Normandie accueille le tournage du court-métrage musical d'Amélie Bonnin, "Partir un jour". Et si vous ne savez ni chanter, ni danser ni jouer la comédie, notre école A2L est faite pour vous .

Amélie is a musical based on the 2001 romantic comedy film with music by Daniel Messé, lyrics by Messé and Nathan Tysen and a book by Craig Lucas. While she waits for Nino, the other employees mock him, unknowingly painting him as a perfect match for Amélie. Vous apprendrez donc tout en vous amusant. [17] The entire UK tour cast (with the exception of Mac, who was replaced by Jared) reprised their respective roles in the London run. The musical opens with an introduction of young Amélie and her family ("Times Are Hard For Dreamers (Prologue)"). The musical, under the title "Die fabelhafte Welt der Amélie" (The Fabulous World of Amélie) had its European premiere in Germany in February 2019 at the Werk7 Theater in Munich produced by Uschi Neuss and Joop Van Den Ende. ", "BWW Feature: FRANSE FILMHIT AMELIE KOMT ALS MUSICAL NAAR NEDERLAND", http://www.broadway.com/buzz/187834/broadways-amelie-musical-will-record-a-cast-album/, "dear evan hansen — This is the "Musical Numbers" page from the Amélie...", https://twitter.com/michaelfentiman/status/1257308424578072577, https://www.amazon.co.uk/Am%C3%A9lie-Original-London-Cast-Recording/dp/B0892D3KZ1/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=amelie+london&qid=1590739686&sr=8-2, "Fanciful film floats dreamily onto the stage with ‘Amélie’", "‘Amélie,’ a Broadway Musical Starring Phillipa Soo, Will Close", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Amélie_(musical)&oldid=977543213, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Times Are Hard for Dreamers (Prologue)" - Young Amelie, Company, "World's Best Dad" - Young Amelie, Raphael, "World's Best Friend" - Young Amelie, Amandine, Fluffy, "World's Best Mom" - Young Amelie, Amandine, "The Bottle Drops" - Young Amelie, Amelie, Company, "The Girl With the Glass" - Dufayel, Amelie, "How to Tell Time" - Amelie, Bretodeau, Company, "Goodbye, Amelie" - Amelie, "Elton John," Chorus, "Window Seat" - Amelie, Gina, Gina's Husband, Company, "There's No Place Like Gnome" - Gnome, Company, "The Late Nino Quincampoix" - Amelie, Chorus, "A Better Haircut" - Gina, Suzanne, Georgette, Nino, "Where Do We Go From Here" - Amelie, Nino, Company, This page was last edited on 9 September 2020, at 13:23.