Where was Thriller Live?
About Thriller Live A spectacular high octane celebration, Thriller Live at the Lyric Theatre is a tribute to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.
When did Thriller Live start?
Established in 2006, THRILLER – LIVE moonwalked into the West End after three acclaimed UK tours and standing ovations across Europe. It is currently playing at the Lyric Theatre, as well as simultaneously touring the UK and Europe with two other first-class productions.
Who played Michael Jackson on stage?
The Jacksons starred three actors – Alex Burrall, Jason Weaver and Wylie Draper – as Michael at different ages, with Draper portraying a grown-up Michael. And 38 million people watched it at the time. Wylie Draper nailed the performance, including the iconic Moonwalk at the Motown 25 performance of ‘Billie Jean’.
What is the play Thriller about?
Thriller Live is a two-and-a-half-hour concert revue celebrating the music of The Jackson 5 and the solo work and life of Michael Jackson.
Who are the cast of Thriller Live?
The video was edited by MiG Ayesa. Singers (in order of appearance): Peter Andre, Joey James, MiG Ayesa, J Rome, Ina Seidou, John Moabi, Britt Quentin, Haydon Eshun, Jesse Smith, Vivienne Ekwulugo, Rory Taylor, David Julien, Adriana Louise, Zoe Birkett, Wayne Anthony-Cole, Kieran Alleyne.
How old is Wylie?
24 years (1969–1993)
Who laughs at the end of thriller?
The evil laugh voiced by Vincent Price has been used or copied many times in radio, film, music, and television, notably at the end of the music video Michael Jackson’s Thriller.
Why is thriller so popular?
Thriller sealed MTV’s reputation as a new cultural force; dissolved racial barriers in the station’s treatment of music (though MTV has always denied they existed); revolutionised music video production; spawned the “making of” genre of documentary (“The Making of Filler,” as Landis said at the time); helped create a
Is Thriller the best music video ever?
Thriller is the greatest music video of all-time. Thriller is the only music video ever to inducted on the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. Directed by John Landis and written by him and Michael together, Thriller revolutionised music video production at the time.