Taboo, con il ruolo di Billy.
The show is based partly on the New Romantic scene of the 1980s. At its core is the life and career of colourful pop star Boy George (who rose to global prominence in the early 1980s with his band Culture Club) and his contemporaries, including performance artist and club promoter Leigh Bowery, pop singer Marilyn, Blitz nightclub host Steve Strange(later of the electro-pop group Visage), and Philip Sallon, Punk groupie and Mud Club promoter. Although George was intimate with the central figures, artistic license around relationships and time frames was taken for continuity; for example, Bowery never attended the Blitz nightclub, as he was living in Australia at the time.
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La Cava is a musical with a book by Dana Broccoli, lyrics by John Claflin and Laurence O’Keefe, additional lyrics by Shaun McKenna and music by O’Keefe and Stephen Keeling.Based on Broccoli’s novel Florinda, its title is derived not from the sparkling wine but for the Spanish word for a scarlet woman. The plot, based on the legend of Julian, Count of Ceuta, focuses on the feisty daughter of a Spanish general whose love triangle involving King Roderic sets a massive war in motion. In the 8th century, Roderic was the last ruler of Visigothic Spain and was overthrown by the Moorish invasion.The show was originally presented at UCLA’s Freud Playhouse from the 1–23 July 1995 under its original title ‘Florinda’, starring Julie Heron as the title character and directed by David Galligan. At this point in the show’s development, the music and lyrics were by O’Keefe and Claflin only.