Lucy Scherer plays ICH in REBECCA
Welcome to Ego's (Ich's) corner! This part of our site is dedicated to Lucy Scherer's newest Alter Ego "I" in the musical "Rebecca". Here you'll find all neccessary details about the story and the famous novelle "Rebecca" by Daphne du Maurier.
After you got a feeling for the characters and be attached by the story follow her trough the dramatic way: the music.
You'll find informations about the writers Michael Kunze and Sylvester Levay, links to Amazon.de to purchase the CD or
listen to the tracks. Even a section with videos in english are on. So, what are you waiting for!?
You propably gonna wonder yourself: There is a book. A musical. But no movie? Wrong!
In our last chapter you'll get close with Alfred Hitchcocks masterpiece movie which even won 2 Academy Awards.
So after all these informations you know now why Lucy Scherer is so excited about playing this role.
But maybe you wanna see her as well but have no clue how to get to the Theater called Palladium where Manderlay gets alive.
No worries we have also for this NEED help. Just follow "Guide to Manderlay" and your journey can start!
Offical trailer: REBECCA - A young woman. A dark secret. A great love.
The roles for REBECCA have been cast!
Character actors with the right je ne sais quois: For the German premiere of REBECCA, the producers and the creative team around Michael Kunze (libretto), Sylvester Levay (music) and Francesca Zambello (director) had been searching for the perfect cast for months. On September 16th 2011, the actors were introduced at a press call in Stuttgart.
Lucy's official statement: "The casting was a very exciting time for me. Now I'm over the moon that I will be able to play the challenging role of 'I'." Her future colleagues are top-notch: musical star Pia Douwes is taking over the role of the conniving Mrs. Danvers, Thomas Borchert will play the male lead Maxim de Winter.
Charakterdarsteller mit dem passenden Etwas: Für die Deutschlandpremiere von REBECCA suchten die Produzenten und das Kreativteam um Michael Kunze (Buch), Sylvester Levay (Musik) und Francesca Zambello (Regie) monatelang nach der perfekten Besetzung. Am 16.9.2011 wurden die Darsteller bei einem Pressetermin in Stuttgart vorgestellt.
Lucys offizielles Statement: „Das Casting war eine sehr aufregende Zeit für mich. Jetzt bin ich überglücklich, dass ich die anspruchsvolle Rolle der „Ich“ spielen darf“. Ihre zukünftigen Kollegen sind hochkarätig: Musicalstar Pia Douwes übernimmt die Rolle der intriganten Mrs. Danvers, Thomas Borchert die männliche Hauptrolle Maxim de Winter.
Impressions of the press call
Interview and song
This one is subtitled in English:
Full version of "Time in a Bottle" Enjoy!
Newest coup in the news
Check out what Heather has to say about Lucy's newest coup here.
Hint: Rebecca isn't featured in the "Celluloid Closet" for nothing. And Lucy is going to get a complimentary Bonus card for playing in pieces with Queer related themes.
Rosalie and Co also sums up Lucy's newest gig here.