The world-premiere staging of Camille Claudel took place at
Goodspeed Musicals' Norma Terris Theater in Chester, CT,
from 14 August through 7 September 2003.
The cast for this production was led by Linda Eder as Camille Claudel, Michael Nouri as
Auguste Rodin, Matt Bogart as Paul Claudel, Rita Gardner as Madame Claudel and Milo O'Shea as
Monsieur Claudel. Timothy Bish and Mayumi Miguel performed as lead dancers, and were joined in
the ensemble by John Paul Almon, Nick Cavarra, Margaret Ann Gates, Natalie Hill, Tracy Miller,
Tricia Paoluccio, Darren Ritchie, Shonn Wiley and Antonia Kitsopoulos as Young Camille.
The creative team at the Norma Terris included Gabriel Barre as director, Mark Dendy as
choreographer, Jeremy Roberts as musical director, Jonathan Tunick as orchestrator, Walt
Spangler as set designer, Constance Hoffman as costume designer, Howell Binkley as lighting
designer and Mark Menard as sound designer.
GOLD - Rodin and Camille was presented at Theatre Creation in Tokyo, Japan, 8-28 December
2011. Produced by TOHO Musical & Play, the show starred
Niizuma Seiko as Camille Claudel and
Ishimaru Kanji as Auguste Rodin.
Shirai Akira directed.
Ishimaru Kanji recorded the song "A Trembling Man" (we believe in Japanese) as part of his 2CD set, "Welcome
to Theater Music" (Sony Music International, SICL-260). More information about the recording can be found at
and CDJapan (both sites in Japanese).