Barrie Stevens has been theatre to cancel the order. Even though he was in other media, confirming that the representations be unable to continue due to the slowdown in ticket sales, putting management in front NU.nl that is, it is not at the time, had to be in production by the participants.
Stevens said that in the night that he regrets the fact that the show has been cancelled. “I think it’s a very, very reasonable. It was a big wish of me to do so.”
The management is denying that the performances are completely canceled, and talk of a postponement. It is also stated that the disappointing ticket sales for the cause.
They expect to be Fine next year, is still on the stage with ” The Show Must Go On. The 75-year-old dancer and the actor in the show and tell you about his rich career in the performing arts and in their personal lives.
Stevens would be in 35 theaters to show
Stevens, from december, 35 theatres, the country’s performance. On the websites of the theaters, to know that the shows have been cancelled and no new dates have been selected.
Born in London, Protesters moved out at age eighteen, to Amsterdam, and it was in the sixties when it made its debut on television in Yes sister, No sister. In addition, he has played in a Ti-Ta-Tovenaar, and he was a dancer and choreographer, involved in musicals, like Footloose, and Grease.
Stevens made it clear in 2018, with a return to television, the program is Better Late Than Never. He has recently played a role in the Good Times, the Bad Times, and got to the final of Dancing with the Stars.