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The Little Mermaid
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directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; composed by Lera Auerbach, 1974- (2005); conducted by Martin West, fl. 1997; choreographed by Helgi Tomasson, 1942-; designed by John Neumeier, 1942-, John Neumeier, 1942-, John Neumeier, 1942-; produced by Judy Flannery, fl. 1981, C Major Entertainment; performed by Sarah Van Patten, 1984- and Yuan Yuan Tan, 1977-, San Francisco Ballet (C Major Entertainment, 2012), 1 hour 59 mins
After making its triumphant U.S. Premiere and playing to sold-out houses this past season, John Neumeier’s superlative work of dance theater returns in 2011. Featuring an evocative score by Lera Auerbach, this heart-wrenching story of sacrifice and unrequited love comes to life against dazzling scenic, costume a...
directed by Thomas Grimm, 1942-; composed by Lera Auerbach, 1974- (2005); conducted by Martin West, fl. 1997; choreographed by Helgi Tomasson, 1942-; designed by John Neumeier, 1942-, John Neumeier, 1942-, John Neumeier, 1942-; produced by Judy Flannery, fl. 1981, C Major Entertainment; performed by Sarah Van Patten, 1984- and Yuan Yuan Tan, 1977-, San Francisco Ballet (C Major Entertainment, 2012), 1 hour 59 mins
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Company
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written by George Furth, 1932-2008; directed by Lonny Price, 1959-; composed by Stephen Sondheim, 1930- (1970); conducted by Paul Gemignani; choreographed by Josh Rhodes, fl. 2009-2911; produced by Lonny Price, 1959- and Matt Cowart, fl. 2007-2010, Ellen M. Krass Productions; performed by Neil Patrick Harris, 1973-, Patti LuPone, 1949-, Martha Plimpton, 1970-, Anika Noni Rose, 1972-, Jim Walton, fl. 1978-2012, Jon Cryer, 1965-, Craig Bierko, 1964-, Katie Finneran, 1971-, Christina Hendricks, 1975-, Aaron Lazar, fl. 2003-2013, Jill Paice, fl. 2009-2012, Jennifer Laura Thompson, 1969-, Chryssie Whitehead, fl. 2001-2013, Stephen Colbert, 1964-, Alexa Green, fl. 2011, Fred Inkley, fl. 2007-2011, Rob Lorey, fl. 1999-2011 and Jessica Vosk, fl. 2011, New York Philharmonic, in Company (Beverly Hills, CA: Ellen M. Krass Productions, 2011), 2 hours 24 mins
This performance, directed by Lonny Price, is a 2011 staged concert performance of the 1971 musical 'Company.'
written by George Furth, 1932-2008; directed by Lonny Price, 1959-; composed by Stephen Sondheim, 1930- (1970); conducted by Paul Gemignani; choreographed by Josh Rhodes, fl. 2009-2911; produced by Lonny Price, 1959- and Matt Cowart, fl. 2007-2010, Ellen M. Krass Productions; performed by Neil Patrick Harris, 1973-, Patti LuPone, 1949-, Martha Plimpton, 1970-, Anika Noni Rose, 1972-, Jim Walton, fl. 1978-2012, Jon Cryer, 1965-, Craig Bierko, 1964-, Katie Finneran, 1971-, Christina Hendricks, 1975-, Aaron Lazar, fl. 2003-2013, Jill Paice, fl. 2009-2012, Jennifer Laura Thompson, 1969-, Chryssie Whitehead, fl. 2001-2013, Stephen Colbert, 1964-, Alexa Green, fl. 2011, Fred Inkley, fl. 2007-2011, Rob Lorey, fl. 1999-2011 and Jessica Vosk, fl. 2011, New York Philharmonic, in Company (Beverly Hills, CA: Ellen M. Krass Productions, 2011), 2 hours 24 mins
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Candide
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written by Lillian Hellman, 1905-1984 and Hugh Wheeler, 1912-1987; directed by Lonny Price, 1959-; composed by Leonard Bernstein, 1918-1990; conducted by Marin Alsop; choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, fl. 1992; designed by James Noone, fl. 1996-2013, Tracy Christensen, fl. 1994; produced by Jay Good, fl. 2004 and Iris Merlis, fl. 1977-2008, WNET Channel 13, New York, NY and Ellen M. Krass Productions; performed by Sir Thomas Allen, 1944-, Paul Groves, 1964-, Kristin Chenoweth, 1968-, Patti LuPone, 1949-, Michael McCormick, 1951-, Jeff Blumenkrantz, 1965- and Janine LaManna, fl. 1996-2005, New York Philharmonic (Chatsworth, CA: Image Entertainment, 2004), 1 hour 57 mins
Leonard Bernstein's brilliant comic operetta comes to dazzling new life under the guidance of director Lonny Price (A Class Act). Based on the classic Voltaire tale of an innocent young man's journey through a life filled with colorful characters and unexpected life lessons, this tune-filled frolic features Tony A...
written by Lillian Hellman, 1905-1984 and Hugh Wheeler, 1912-1987; directed by Lonny Price, 1959-; composed by Leonard Bernstein, 1918-1990; conducted by Marin Alsop; choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, fl. 1992; designed by James Noone, fl. 1996-2013, Tracy Christensen, fl. 1994; produced by Jay Good, fl. 2004 and Iris Merlis, fl. 1977-2008, WNET Channel 13, New York, NY and Ellen M. Krass Productions; performed by Sir Thomas Allen, 1944-, Paul Groves, 1964-, Kristin Chenoweth, 1968-, Patti LuPone, 1949-, Michael McCormick, 1951-, Jeff Blumenkrantz, 1965- and Janine LaManna, fl. 1996-2005, New York Philharmonic (Chatsworth, CA: Image Entertainment, 2004), 1 hour 57 mins
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Sweeney Todd
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written by Hugh Wheeler, 1912-1987; directed by Lonny Price, 1959-; composed by Stephen Sondheim, 1930-; designed by James Noone, fl. 1996-2013, Gail Brassard, fl. 2005, Greg Brunton, fl. 1975-2014; produced by Jeff Thorsen, fl. 1992-2014 and Iris Merlis, fl. 1977-2008, KQED-TV and Ellen M. Krass Productions; performed by Patti LuPone, 1949-, Neil Patrick Harris, 1973-, George Hearn, 1934-, Victoria Clark, fl. 1975-2013, John Aler, 1949-, Stanford Olsen, 1959-, Timothy Nolen, fl. 1993-2014, Davis Gaines, 1954- and Lisa Vroman, fl. 1998-2001, in Sweeney Todd (Chatsworth, CA: Image Entertainment, 2001), 2 hours 12 mins
This musical performance was directed by Lonny Price.
written by Hugh Wheeler, 1912-1987; directed by Lonny Price, 1959-; composed by Stephen Sondheim, 1930-; designed by James Noone, fl. 1996-2013, Gail Brassard, fl. 2005, Greg Brunton, fl. 1975-2014; produced by Jeff Thorsen, fl. 1992-2014 and Iris Merlis, fl. 1977-2008, KQED-TV and Ellen M. Krass Productions; performed by Patti LuPone, 1949-, Neil Patrick Harris, 1973-, George Hearn, 1934-, Victoria Clark, fl. 1975-2013, John Aler, 1949-, Stanford Olsen, 1959-, Timothy Nolen, fl. 1993-2014, Davis Gaines, 1954- and Lisa Vroman, fl. 1998-2001, in Sweeney Todd (Chatsworth, CA: Image Entertainment, 2001), 2 hours 12 mins
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The Bald Soprano
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written by Eugene Ionesco, 1909-1994; directed by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010; composed by Martin Kalmanoff, 1920-2007 (1999); conducted by Richard Marshall; produced by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010 and Richard Marshall, Center for Contemporary Opera, New York, NY; performed by Blaine Hendsbee, fl. 1999, Patricia Dell, fl. 1999, Elem Eley, fl. 1999, Lynn Matthews, fl. 1991-1999, Keith Howard, fl. 1999 and Deborah Massell, fl. 1999, Center for Contemporary Opera (CCO) (The Cinema Guild, 1999), 1 hour 2 mins
The 1950 debut of Eugene Ionesco's The Bald Soprano, a "mixture of social satire, Alice in Wonderland-type logic, verbal delirium and surrealist farce," stirred a sensation in Paris. For the fiftieth anniversary of the Theater of the Absurd's founding work, the piece has been adapted by The Center for Contemporary...
written by Eugene Ionesco, 1909-1994; directed by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010; composed by Martin Kalmanoff, 1920-2007 (1999); conducted by Richard Marshall; produced by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010 and Richard Marshall, Center for Contemporary Opera, New York, NY; performed by Blaine Hendsbee, fl. 1999, Patricia Dell, fl. 1999, Elem Eley, fl. 1999, Lynn Matthews, fl. 1991-1999, Keith Howard, fl. 1999 and Deborah Massell, fl. 1999, Center for Contemporary Opera (CCO) (The Cinema Guild, 1999), 1 hour 2 mins
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Ghostmakers
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directed by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010; produced by Scott Lane, fl. 1986-2000, West Coast East and Ron Myrvik Productions (The Cinema Guild, 1992), 26 mins
This video features conversations with Oscar and Grammy Award winning composer John Corigliano and Tony and Obie Award winning playwright and librettist William Hoffman, who discuss the challenges they faced in creating their first opera, The Ghosts of Versailles, commissioned by New York’s Metropolitan Opera. T...
directed by Ron Myrvik, fl. 1976-2010; produced by Scott Lane, fl. 1986-2000, West Coast East and Ron Myrvik Productions (The Cinema Guild, 1992), 26 mins
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The Performer
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directed by Donald Ginsberg; produced by David Bairstow, 1921-1985, National Film Board of Canada (Montréal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 1959), 58 mins
What is it like to be chosen from among thousands of aspirants for a place in world-famous Metropolitan Opera? Does prejudice work against male ballet dancers? What is the future for theatre in Canada? Will the time come when Canadian artists don't need to leave Canada to gain recognition? Here are straight answer...
directed by Donald Ginsberg; produced by David Bairstow, 1921-1985, National Film Board of Canada (Montréal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 1959), 58 mins
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