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Sweeney Todd : the demon barber of Fleet Street

Title
Sweeney Todd : the demon barber of Fleet Street [videorecording] / The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, James A. Johnson, chairman, Michael M. Kaiser, president, presents ; produced for Kennedy Center by Max Woodward ; Eric Schaeffer, artistic director ; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim ; book by Hugh Wheeler ; from an adaptation by Christopher Bond ; [based on the play by George Dibdin Pitt] ; directed by Christopher Ashley ; choreography by Daniel Pelzig ; [video director] James J. Taylor ; [video prod. company] Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive.
Publication
Washington, D.C., c2002.

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Additional Authors
  • Johnson, James A.
  • Kaiser, Michael M.
  • Woodward, Max
  • Schaeffer, Eric D.
  • Sondheim, Stephen.
  • Sondheim, Stephen
  • Wheeler, Hugh, 1912-1987
  • Bond, C. G. (Christopher Godfrey), 1945-
  • Pitt, George Dibdin, 1799-1855.
  • Ashley, Christopher, 1963-
  • Pelzig, Daniel
  • McLane, Derek
  • Woolard, David C
  • Binkley, Howell
  • Morse, Tom
  • Tunick, Jonathan
  • Cameron, Kay (Conductor)
  • Blank, Larry
  • Randolph, Elaine M.
  • Mitchell, Brian Stokes
  • Baranski, Christine
  • Charles, Walter
  • Friedeck, Ray
  • Keenan-Bolger, Celia
  • Ligon, Kevin
  • Panaro, Hugh
  • Peil, Mary Beth
  • Price, Mark (Actor)
  • Araya, Alan
  • Cupo, Steven
  • Dulaski, Ilona
  • Felton, William
  • Forrest, Michael L.
  • Gulisano, Janine
  • Harris, Deanna
  • Hylton, Larry
  • Johnson, Eric Lee
  • McDonald, Bob
  • Pesci-Townsend, Jane
  • Reid, Teresa
  • Savard, Nanette
  • Tourbin, Tim
  • Wheeler, Susan
  • Taylor, James J
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U.S.), producer.
  • Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (Washington Metropolitan Area)
Description
2 videocassettes (VHS) (150 min.) : sd., col. SP; 1/2 in.
Donor/Sponsor
Gift of the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive.
Series Statement
Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration
Subjects
Genre/Form
Musicals.
Note
  • This production was one of a series of revivals of Stephen Sondheim musicals staged at Kennedy Center during the summer of 2002.
Access (note)
  • Restricted to qualified researchers.
Credits (note)
  • Scenic design, Derek McLane ; costume design, David C. Woolard ; lighting design, Howell Binkley ; sound design, Tom Morse ; orchestrations, Jonathan Tunick ; music supervision, Kay Cameron ; music direction by Larry Blank ; series stage manager, Elaine M. Randolph.
Performer (note)
  • Brian Stokes Mitchell, Christine Baranski, Walter Charles, Ray Friedeck, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Kevin Ligon, Hugh Panaro, Mary Beth Peil, Mark Price, Alan Araya, Steven Cupo, Ilona Dulaski, Daniel Felton, Michael L. Forrest, Janine Gulisano, Deanna Harris, Larry Hylton, Eric Lee Johnson, Bob McDonald, Jane Pesci-Townsend, Teresa Reid, Nanette Savard, Tim Tourbin, Susan Wheeler.
Event (note)
  • Videotaped at the Eisenhower Theater, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C., June 27, 2002.
Call Number
NCOV 2695
Title
Sweeney Todd : the demon barber of Fleet Street [videorecording] / The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, James A. Johnson, chairman, Michael M. Kaiser, president, presents ; produced for Kennedy Center by Max Woodward ; Eric Schaeffer, artistic director ; music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim ; book by Hugh Wheeler ; from an adaptation by Christopher Bond ; [based on the play by George Dibdin Pitt] ; directed by Christopher Ashley ; choreography by Daniel Pelzig ; [video director] James J. Taylor ; [video prod. company] Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive.
Imprint
Washington, D.C., c2002.
Series
Kennedy Center Sondheim Celebration
Access
Restricted to qualified researchers.
Credits
Scenic design, Derek McLane ; costume design, David C. Woolard ; lighting design, Howell Binkley ; sound design, Tom Morse ; orchestrations, Jonathan Tunick ; music supervision, Kay Cameron ; music direction by Larry Blank ; series stage manager, Elaine M. Randolph.
Cast
Brian Stokes Mitchell, Christine Baranski, Walter Charles, Ray Friedeck, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Kevin Ligon, Hugh Panaro, Mary Beth Peil, Mark Price, Alan Araya, Steven Cupo, Ilona Dulaski, Daniel Felton, Michael L. Forrest, Janine Gulisano, Deanna Harris, Larry Hylton, Eric Lee Johnson, Bob McDonald, Jane Pesci-Townsend, Teresa Reid, Nanette Savard, Tim Tourbin, Susan Wheeler.
Event
Videotaped at the Eisenhower Theater, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, D.C., June 27, 2002.
Added Author
Johnson, James A., producer.
Kaiser, Michael M., producer.
Woodward, Max, producer.
Schaeffer, Eric D., producer.
Sondheim, Stephen. Sweeney Todd.
Sondheim, Stephen, lyricist.
Wheeler, Hugh, 1912-1987, librettist.
Bond, C. G. (Christopher Godfrey), 1945-
Pitt, George Dibdin, 1799-1855.
Ashley, Christopher, 1963- director.
Pelzig, Daniel, choreographer.
McLane, Derek, set designer.
Woolard, David C, costume designer.
Binkley, Howell, lighting designer.
Morse, Tom, sound designer.
Tunick, Jonathan, orchestrations.
Cameron, Kay (Conductor), music supervisor.
Blank, Larry, conductor.
Randolph, Elaine M., stage manager.
Mitchell, Brian Stokes, performer.
Baranski, Christine, performer.
Charles, Walter, performer.
Friedeck, Ray, performer.
Keenan-Bolger, Celia, performer.
Ligon, Kevin, performer.
Panaro, Hugh, performer.
Peil, Mary Beth, performer.
Price, Mark (Actor), performer.
Araya, Alan, performer.
Cupo, Steven, performer.
Dulaski, Ilona, performer.
Felton, William, performer.
Forrest, Michael L., performer.
Gulisano, Janine, performer.
Harris, Deanna, performer.
Hylton, Larry, performer.
Johnson, Eric Lee, performer.
McDonald, Bob, performer.
Pesci-Townsend, Jane, performer.
Reid, Teresa, performer.
Savard, Nanette, performer.
Tourbin, Tim, performer.
Wheeler, Susan, performer.
Taylor, James J, videographer.
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U.S.), producer.
Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive (Washington Metropolitan Area)
Added Title
Gift of the Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archive.
Research Call Number
NCOV 2695
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