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Rusty agrees to race with Belle. They compete in the second eliminator heat against Electra and Pearl, and Weltschaft and Joule.
Electra and Pearl finish first, securing a place in the final. Rusty and Belle finish in last place. Already despondent after losing Pearl as his race partner, Rusty loses his last shreds of confidence.
Poppa decides to step up and prove that steam power is still relevant, despite everyone's misgivings, by racing himself in the third eliminator heat.
Only Dustin, the aggregate hopper, is willing to race with him. Rusty points out that the race is already full, but suddenly Control announces that the British train has been scrapped, leaving space for a late entry.
Poppa interprets this as a sign from the Starlight Express and enters the race. Poppa wins the race, securing a place in the final against Greaseball and Electra, but the effort exhausts him.
Now worn out, he begs Rusty to take his place. Rusty refuses at first, but then he notices Pearl with Electra and is jealous.
Greaseball and the other competitors mock him then leave. The trains debate whether Rusty should be allowed to take Poppa's place in the final, since he's already competed and lost, or whether the place should go instead to Bobo, who finished second in Poppa's heat The Rap.
They ultimately decide to let Rusty race. Control offers the engines the chance to change partners. Pearl abandons Electra and joins Greaseball, leaving Dinah feeling betrayed.
But instead she accepts an offer from Electra to replace Pearl at the final. When Electra expresses his surprise at C.
Electra and Greaseball finish in a dead heat. Control announces that there will be another race, with Electra and Greaseball going head-to-head to decide the winner.
Rusty complains that he was cheated, but the marshals refuse to listen. Pearl confronts Greaseball, but he warns her to say nothing, as the marshals would consider her complicit and punish her as well.
Rusty retreats to the freight yard, where he bumps into the Rockies. Right Place, Right Time. The Rockies leave Rusty alone. He appeals again to the mythical Starlight Express for help, and this time, it hears.
The Starlight Express appears in front of Rusty, reminding him that whatever strength he needs — the starlight — is within him already I Am The Starlight.
The Starlight Express disappears and Rusty finds himself back in the freight yard with Dustin, who says he just was just asleep, but felt the starlight's presence.
Rusty asks Dustin to race with him in the final. He accepts and they head off together. Moments before the race, Dinah, angry with the way Electra treats her, disconnects from him.
Electra quickly appeals to C. The trains gather to watch what they expect will be a head-to-head final between Greaseball and Pearl, and Electra and C.
Suddenly Rusty arrives with Dustin. The marshals allow him to enter the race. The race is fast and furious. Greaseball struggles with an unwilling Pearl, and Electra uses all his power to disrupt his opponents.
Electra zaps electricity at Greaseball, but misses and injures Pearl. Greaseball, showing no concern, simply disconnects Pearl at full speed. Rusty diverts from the race course just in time to save her, but at the cost of falling into distant third place.
To avoid being disqualified for not having a coach, Greaseball starts to grapple with Electra over C. The fight degenerates into chaos and Greaseball, Electra and C.
But instead of celebrating he leaves immediately to find Pearl. Humiliated and furious, Electra leaves the race track, swearing never to return No Comeback.
Poppa demands that Greaseball and C. Away from the other engines, Pearl fears that she caused Rusty to lose the race. She realises that of all the trains she's raced with, only Rusty ever acted selflessly towards her Only He.
He tells Pearl that he won the race and confesses his love for her Only You. The other trains arrive. Greaseball finally apologises to Dinah for his behaviour and they reconcile.
Control tries to assert some control, announcing that Rusty's lap of honour is cancelled. The musical numbers in Starlight Express have changed many times since the first production opened in This list shows the musical numbers in the original West End production, then which numbers have been added or removed over the years.
It was directed by Trevor Nunn. Arlene Phillips created the roller-skating choreography. John Napier designed by the set, which featured race tracks extending from the stage into the auditorium, as well as a six-tonne steel bridge which lifted and tilted to connect the various levels of the set.
The production received some minor updates after the Broadway show opened, bringing some new material across, such as "Engine of Love", "Make Up My Heart", and cutting "No Comeback".
Numerous changes from subsequent productions were incorporated:. Considered one continuous production despite revisions, Starlight Express ran for 7, performances in the West End, making it the eighth longest-running musical in history.
It ran for performances, closing on 8 January Created by the original team of Trevor Nunn direction , Arlene Phillips choreography and John Napier design , Starlight Express on Broadway was extensively revised from the original West End production.
The plot was streamlined, with one fewer race compared to the West End production. As of , the production is still running and has been seen by more than 16 million people.
Starlight Express in Bochum largely followed the template set by the Broadway production. However, the creative team made a further series of revisions, notably removing a character, Belle, who had been part of both the West End and Broadway productions.
This means that, with the Bochum production open, there were three markedly different versions of Starlight Express now running at the same time.
The Starlight Express Theater features tracks on three levels in a U-shape, with the audience sitting in the middle and around these tracks.
The fact that the venue took less than one year build is documented in the Guinness Book of Records. In March , the production ran a talent competition called 'Musical Showstar ' on German television to find the next Rusty and Pearl.
Schmidt dropped out of training, but Köhler premiered as Rusty on 1 August The production has been updated periodically since , taking in some changes from other worldwide productions:.
In Lloyd Webber visited the production for the charity gala in which the show was performed in English, and found it 'unrecognisable' following years of incremental revisions.
He wrote new material, which was workshopped for six performances at The Other Palace in London in September before being rolled out in Bochum. Phillips directed the stripped back workshop production with no set, costumes or roller skates.
In May the Bochum production closed for a month to rehearse the new material and for significant technical updates to the 30 year old auditorium.
Lloyd Webber, Phillips and original designer John Napier returned to oversee the changes, which Lloyd Webber now considers the definitive version of Starlight Express.
As well as the changes from The Other Palace, they also:. An abridged, minute production without an intermission opened at the Las Vegas Hilton on 14 September , with direction by Arlene Phillips and with Reva Rice and Gred Ellis reprising their roles of Pearl and Rusty.
Several songs were cut and many lyrics trimmed to make it fit into its minute run time with great care taken to preserve the integrity of the plot.
This production was the first permanent legitimate musical theatre production in Las Vegas, however concessions were made in the form of a shortened run time and betting references in the race sequences.
Additionally, partway through the run the Coaches' costumes were given a "Vegas Showgirl" makeover. This production used the filmed race sequences from the first US tour which played in the background during the live races on stage , as well as some of the set pieces.
When the hotel changed ownership, the new owners decided to end the run before its 5-year contract concluded, with the show closing on 30 November For the most part, it was a Spanish language version of the Las Vegas production using the same edited script with costumes and sets inspired by several earlier productions.
The production was directed by Bobby Love. A cast recording of this production was made but, owing to complications with the rights, was never released.
A downsized version of the Broadway production, with a few changes, toured the US and Canada from November until April Rather than scaling the show up to fill stadiums, the set was small enough to fit regular regional theaters.
The races were mostly shown on film, however a small race track extended out into the audience. The costumes were based on the original Broadway production and some were recycled directly from that earlier production.