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When Oliver is picked up on the street by a boy named the Artful Dodger, he is welcomed into a gang of child pickpockets led by the conniving, but charismatic, Fagin.
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Search all theatre characters. Audition Songs. Search all audition songs. Bumble then takes Oliver and sells him as an apprentice to an undertaker, Mr.
Sowerberry "Boy for Sale". He and his wife taunt Oliver and Mr. Bumble "That's Your Funeral" , causing Mr. Bumble to become angry and storm out. Oliver is sent to sleep in the basement with the coffins " Where Is Love?
The next morning Noah Claypole, another employee of Sowerberry, insults Oliver's dead mother, whereupon Oliver begins pummeling him. Sowerberry and her daughter, Charlotte, also Noah's girlfriend, run in, and Mr.
Bumble is sent for. He and the Sowerberrys lock Oliver in a coffin, but during all the commotion Oliver escapes. After a week on the run, he ends up in the city of London and meets a boy about his age known as the Artful Dodger.
Dodger seems a kindly boy, and invites Oliver to join him and his friends " Consider Yourself ". Dodger is, unknown to Oliver, a pickpocket , and he invites Oliver to come and live in Fagin 's lair.
Fagin is an elderly criminal, too old to thieve himself, who now teaches young boys to pick pockets. Oliver is completely unaware of any criminality, and believes that the boys make handkerchiefs rather than steal them.
The next day, Oliver meets Nancy , an older member of Fagin's gang, and the live-in wife of Fagin's terrifying associate Bill Sikes , a brutal house- burglar whose abuse she endures because she loves him.
Nancy, along with her younger sister Bet and the boys, sing about how they don't mind a bit of danger "It's a Fine Life".
Oliver bows deeply to Nancy and Bet, trying to be polite. All the boys laugh and mimic Oliver. Nancy singles out Dodger to demonstrate the way the rich people treat each other " I'd Do Anything ".
Nancy and Bet leave and Oliver is sent out with the other boys on his first pickpocketing job " Be Back Soon ". Brownlow , a wealthy old man, they run off, leaving the horrified Oliver to be arrested for the crime "The Robbery".
In the Three Cripples pub, to help take her mind off of Sikes's neglect towards her, Nancy strikes up an old tavern song with the low-life ruffians, " Oom-Pah-Pah ".
Bill Sikes makes his first appearance, and disperses the crowd "My Name". Dodger runs in and tells Fagin about Oliver's capture and removal to the Brownlow household.
Scared he will betray the gang's whereabouts, Fagin and Bill decide to abduct Oliver and bring him back to the den, with Nancy's help. Nancy, who has come to care for Oliver, at first refuses to help, but Bill physically abuses her and forces her into obedience.
The next morning, at Mr. Brownlow's house in Bloomsbury, Mrs. Bedwin the housekeeper sings to Oliver "Where Is Love? Brownlow and Dr.
Grimwig decide that Oliver is well enough to go outside, so Brownlow sends Oliver to return some books to the library. Oliver sees a group of street vendors and joins them in song "Who Will Buy?
As the vendors leave, Nancy and Bill appear and grab Oliver. They bring him back to Fagin's den, where Nancy saves Oliver from a beating from Sikes after the boy tries to flee.
Nancy remorsefully reviews their dreadful life, but Bill maintains that any living is better than none. Left alone, Fagin wonders what his life might be like if he left London and began an honest life "Reviewing the Situation" ; however, after thinking of various excuses, he elects to remain a thief.
Back at the workhouse, Mr. Bumble and the Widow Corney, now unhappily married, meet the dying pauper Old Sally and another old lady, who tell them that Oliver's mother, Agnes, left a gold locket when she died in childbirth.
Old Sally stole the locket, which she gives to the Widow Corney. Bumble and Widow Corney, realizing that Oliver may have wealthy relatives, visit Mr.
Brownlow, who has advertised in newspapers for news of him, hoping to profit from any reward given for information "Oliver! Brownlow realises they are not interested in Oliver's welfare, but only money, and throws them out, but recognizes the picture inside the locket as a picture of his niece, and realizes that Oliver is actually his grand-nephew.
Nancy visits Mr. Brownlow, explains how she and Bill abducted Oliver, and remorsefully promises to deliver Oliver to him safely that night on London Bridge.
Suspecting that Nancy is up to something, Bill follows her as she sneaks Oliver out of Fagin's den. At London Bridge, he confronts them, knocks Oliver unconscious, and clubs Nancy to death.
He then grabs Oliver and runs off. Brownlow arrives and discovers Nancy's body. A large crowd forms, among them the distraught Bet.
Bullseye, Bill's terrier , turns on his master and returns to the scene of the crime and the crowd prepares to follow him to the hideout.
Fagin and his boys leave their hideout in panic. Not finding Bill at the hideout, the crowd returns to the Thames Embankment.
Bill appears at the top of the bridge, holding Oliver as hostage and threatening to kill him. Two policemen sneak up on him. One of them shoots Bill and the other grabs Oliver.
After Oliver is reunited with Mr. Brownlow, the mob disperses offstage in order to track down Fagin. He appears and decides that the time has never looked better for him to straighten out his life "Reviewing the Situation [Reprise]".
Note: All songs with a next to them are not on the original London recording. Sowerberry, the undertaker. Former professional boxer Danny Sewell brother of television actor George Sewell was the original Bill Sikes, and remained in the role including the original Broadway and US touring productions for the best part of six years.
Danny Sewell's main competitor at audition for the role of Sikes was Michael Caine , who later stated he "cried for a week" after failing to secure the part.
The part of Nancy was originally written for Alma Cogan , who despite being unable to commit to the production, steered a great many producers to invest in it.
In the U. The Sean Kenny sets were duplicated. The sets built in London were shipped by sea and delivered to the Port of San Pedro, with the actual stage brick wall London mural painted as a scenic backing.
Sean Kenny's design concept eliminated a house curtain, exposing the turntable stage set, the open lighting pipes rigged with lamp fixtures, electric cables, and an open loft to the arriving audience.
The turntable, scenic set and elements duplicated the original garish stylistic "wood grained" painted finish. With lighting, the set was intended to take on each specific color mood and change atmosphere.
Edwin Lester hated the set's paint job, ordering his scenic shop manager Phil Raiguel to send scenic artists to glaze down the red, green, blue, yellow, orange grain finish.
As the audience was seated, the open-to-view stage set painting continued, with the two scenic artists still painting and glazing as the musical was performed; continuing during the intermission, through the second act performance, and taking curtain calls with the company.
Remaining on stage afterwards, the two continued their glazing throughout the night, finishing the set's repainting the following day at noon.
Reviews noted that the stage direction included "two London house painters" atmosphere performance, later questioning where and why the house painters had been eliminated after the show's opening night.
David Merrick brought Oliver! It closed on November 14, , after performances. The national tour and cast recording featured Michael Goodman as The Artful Dodger, but on Broadway the role was played by future Monkee Davy Jones , another veteran of the London production.
The Broadway production was revived shortly after the original production closed. The revival opened in and was directed by Peter Coe.
Sowerberry, Alan Crofoot as Mr. Brownlow, and Dodi Protero as Mrs. Cameron Mackintosh revived Oliver! This production was totally faithful to the original version, using Sean Kenny's set.
Indeed, the original production's sepia background painted on the rear stage wall was still extant. Mackintosh was asked to revive the show yet again in for a limited five-week Christmas season at the Aldwych Theatre, directed by Peter Coe.
Bumble , and Geoffrey Toone as Mr Brownlow. The original Sean Kenny sets were used. The last professional production to use Sean Kenny's original stage design was at the Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch, Essex, in This production starred Victor Spinetti as Fagin.
The London revival of Oliver! It opened at The Mark Hellinger Theatre and ran from April 29, through May 13, , for 17 performances and 13 previews.
The original creative staff were used for this production, including director Peter Coe. For this production, the song "I Shall Scream" was eliminated.
LuPone, in her memoirs, said that the production should have run longer, noting that this production utilized the original sets, costumes, blocking staging , and direction, and commented: "Hmm The show only received one negative review; it was from Frank Rich of The New York Times who called the production "likely to hold the attention of only the youngest and most obedient children" and "just dull.
The positive reviews were quoted in the ad for the show, including a Clive Barnes quote: " Oliver! LuPone had asked the show's Musical Director to change her keys because they were too low for her, but was told she could not.
She wrote that she "had major battles with the musical director", one concerning the term "vamp"; "he never waited for me to finish my dialogue.
Cameron Mackintosh produced another revival of the show which opened at the London Palladium in the West End on 8 December Brownlow, James Saxon as Mr.
Sowerberry and Julia Deakin as Mrs. The show was a lavish affair and moved from its original intimate melodramatic feel to a more cinematic and symphonic feel that would accommodate an audience familiar with the motion picture.
This production featured brand new music and lyrics written by Lionel Bart, and also additional dialogue not featured in the original script, added by Bart and Sam Mendes.
Other updated elements include the addition of a prologue , in which the audience is witness to Oliver's harrowing birth. The dialogue was homage to both the and film versions of the story which were in turn based on the original novel.
New music arrangements and dance sequences were added to various songs, most notably " Consider Yourself " and "Who Will Buy?
Tempos for some of the musical numbers were altered notably "It's a Fine Life", "I'd Do Anything" and "You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two" , while other incidental numbers were drastically rewritten, including the London Bridge chase sequence.
A production heavily based upon the Palladium production opened in London's West End on 14 January Anthony Ward repeated his acclaimed scenic and costume designs while William David Brohn joined the team as orchestrator , revising some of the musical arrangements.
The new production opened to rave reviews at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane , receiving positive feedback from critics throughout London.
The prologue from the Palladium production was removed, and the show now opens as it originally did in , with the workhouse children entering, singing " Food, Glorious Food ".
British comedian Rowan Atkinson played Fagin. He had played the role in a school production but had turned it down in the Palladium revival.
Jodie Prenger won the role of Nancy, shared with Australian Tamsin Carroll , who played two performances each week.
Sarah Lark , a runner-up on "I'd do Anything" understudied the role. Brownlow with Julian Bleach as Mr.
Grimwig, Louise Gold as Mrs. Sowerberry, Julius D'Silva as Mr. Bumble and Wendy Ferguson as Widow Corney. Edward Holtom made a sad departure, one month before his scheduled leave and the date on his contract expired.