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The 2000 Easter Bonnet competition

Title
The 2000 Easter Bonnet competition [videorecording] / Presented by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS ; produced by Michael Graziano and Tom Viola ; directed by Sam Ellis ; [video prod. company] Broadway Beat.
Publication
New York, c2000.

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Additional Authors
  • Graziano, Michael
  • Viola, Tom
  • Ellis, Sam
  • Gattelli, Christopher
  • Rudetsky, Seth
  • Zorthian, Doc
  • Burgess, Elizabeth
  • Fogel, Doug
  • Jenkins, Beverly (Stage manager)
  • Pule, Michael
  • Mazzie, Marin
  • Mitchell, Brian Stokes
  • Yates, Deborah
  • Wagner, Jack, 1959-
  • Jones, Cherry, 1956-
  • Byrne, Gabriel, 1950-
  • Batt, Bryan
  • Stewart, Patrick, 1940-
  • Dumakude, Thuli
  • Sheen, Michael
  • Ehle, Jennifer, 1969-
  • Harris, Rosemary, 1927-
  • Quinn, Patrick, 1950-2006
  • Danielle, Marlene
  • Vilanch, Bruce
  • Travis, Doris Eaton, 1904-2010
  • Eaton, Charles, 1911-2004
  • Peters, Bernadette
  • Grammer, Kelsey, 1955-
  • Heckart, Eileen, 1919-2001
  • Kitt, Eartha
  • Clark, Petula, 1932-
  • Mathis, Johnny
  • Headley, Heather
  • Kennedy, Brian (Vocalist)
  • Aarone, Donnell
  • Cruz, Francis
  • Reynolds, Rusty
  • Marcos, J. Elaine
  • Denman, Jeffry
  • Raben, Larry
  • Stern, Cheryl
  • Shade, Jeff
  • Butler, Gregory
  • Latessa, Dick
  • Kushnier, Jeremy
  • Hoty, Dee, 1952-
  • Ward, Andre (Actor)
  • Oscar, Brad
  • Hewitt, Tom, 1958-
  • Wright, Valerie
  • Wetzel, Patrick
  • Bailey, Kevin
  • Laird, Melvin
  • Asbury, Cleve
  • Folts, Barbara
  • Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (Organization), producer.
  • Broadway Beat (Firm)
  • Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (Organization), donor.
Description
1 videodisc (DVD) (155 min.) : sound, color; 4 3/4 in.
Summary
  • Benefit performance featuring songs, dances, and comedy sketches. Performers from Broadway and Off-Broadway musicals compete to create the most original Easter Bonnet, with the results presented at the conclusion of each act. The proceeds from the event go to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
  • One number in the show is devoted to the Broadway production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats, which recently announced its closing date after almost eighteen years, making it the longest running show in Broadway history up to that time.
Series Statement
Easter Bonnet Competition for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
Alternative Title
14th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition
Subjects
Genre/Form
Musicals.
Note
  • Minimal credits on tape.
  • Performers include cast members from the shows Kiss Me Kate, Aida, Miss Saigon, Cats, Sunset Boulevard, Fame, Ragtime, Swing!, Chicago, Naked boys singing!, Cabaret, Les Miserables, Footloose, Riverdance, Saturday night fever, Annie Get Your Gun, Beauty and the Beast, and I love you, you're perfect, now change.
Access (note)
  • Restricted to qualified researchers.
Credits (note)
  • Opening number created by Christopher Gattelli (choreography) and Seth Rudetsky (lyrics and arrangements) ; production supervisor, Doc Zorthian ; stage managers, Elizabeth Burgess, Doug Fogel, Beverly Jenkins, and Michael Pule.
Performer (note)
  • Hosts: Marin Mazzie, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Deborah Yates, Jack Wagner, Cherry Jones, Gabriel Byrne, Brian Batt, Patrick Stewart, Thuli Dumakude, Michael Sheen, Jennifer Ehle, and Rosemary Harris.
  • Announcer: Patrick Quinn.
  • Speakers: Marlene Danielle, Bruce Vilanch, and Doris Eaton Travis.
  • Presenters: Bernadette Peters, Kelsey Grammer, and Eileen Heckart.
  • Performers include Eartha Kitt, Petula Clark, Johnny Mathis, Doris Eaton Travis, Charles Travis, Heather Headley, Brian Kennedy, Donnell Aarone, Francis Cruz, Rusty Reynolds, J. Elaine Marcos, Jeffry Denman, Larry Raben, Cheryl Stern, Jeff Shade, Gregory Butler, Dick Latessa, Jeremy Kushnier, Dee Hoty, Andre Ward, Brad Oscar, Tom Hewitt, Valerie Wright, Patrick Wetzel, Kevin Bailey, Marvin Laird, Cleve Asbury, and Barb Folts.
Event (note)
  • Videotaped at the New Amsterdam Theatre, New York, N.Y., April 25, 2000.
Call Number
NCOV 2757
OCLC
1273198297
Title
The 2000 Easter Bonnet competition [videorecording] / Presented by Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS ; produced by Michael Graziano and Tom Viola ; directed by Sam Ellis ; [video prod. company] Broadway Beat.
Imprint
New York, c2000.
Type of Content
two-dimensional moving image
Type of Medium
video
Type of Carrier
videodisc
Series
Easter Bonnet Competition for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS
Access
Restricted to qualified researchers.
Credits
Opening number created by Christopher Gattelli (choreography) and Seth Rudetsky (lyrics and arrangements) ; production supervisor, Doc Zorthian ; stage managers, Elizabeth Burgess, Doug Fogel, Beverly Jenkins, and Michael Pule.
Cast
Hosts: Marin Mazzie, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Deborah Yates, Jack Wagner, Cherry Jones, Gabriel Byrne, Brian Batt, Patrick Stewart, Thuli Dumakude, Michael Sheen, Jennifer Ehle, and Rosemary Harris.
Announcer: Patrick Quinn.
Speakers: Marlene Danielle, Bruce Vilanch, and Doris Eaton Travis.
Presenters: Bernadette Peters, Kelsey Grammer, and Eileen Heckart.
Performers include Eartha Kitt, Petula Clark, Johnny Mathis, Doris Eaton Travis, Charles Travis, Heather Headley, Brian Kennedy, Donnell Aarone, Francis Cruz, Rusty Reynolds, J. Elaine Marcos, Jeffry Denman, Larry Raben, Cheryl Stern, Jeff Shade, Gregory Butler, Dick Latessa, Jeremy Kushnier, Dee Hoty, Andre Ward, Brad Oscar, Tom Hewitt, Valerie Wright, Patrick Wetzel, Kevin Bailey, Marvin Laird, Cleve Asbury, and Barb Folts.
Event
Videotaped at the New Amsterdam Theatre, New York, N.Y., April 25, 2000.
Local Note
Gift of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.
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Added Author
Graziano, Michael, producer.
Viola, Tom, producer.
Ellis, Sam, director.
Gattelli, Christopher, choreographer.
Rudetsky, Seth, lyricist.
Rudetsky, Seth, arranger of music.
Zorthian, Doc, production personnel.
Burgess, Elizabeth, stage manager.
Fogel, Doug, stage manager.
Jenkins, Beverly (Stage manager)
Pule, Michael, stage manager.
Mazzie, Marin, host.
Mitchell, Brian Stokes, host.
Yates, Deborah, host.
Wagner, Jack, 1959- host.
Jones, Cherry, 1956- host.
Byrne, Gabriel, 1950- host.
Batt, Bryan, host.
Stewart, Patrick, 1940- host.
Dumakude, Thuli, host.
Sheen, Michael, host.
Ehle, Jennifer, 1969- host.
Harris, Rosemary, 1927- host.
Quinn, Patrick, 1950-2006, narrator.
Danielle, Marlene, speaker.
Vilanch, Bruce, speaker.
Travis, Doris Eaton, 1904-2010, speaker.
Travis, Doris Eaton, 1904-2010, performer.
Eaton, Charles, 1911-2004, performer.
Peters, Bernadette, presenter.
Grammer, Kelsey, 1955- presenter.
Heckart, Eileen, 1919-2001, presenter.
Kitt, Eartha, performer.
Clark, Petula, 1932- performer.
Mathis, Johnny, performer.
Headley, Heather, performer.
Kennedy, Brian (Vocalist), performer.
Aarone, Donnell, performer.
Cruz, Francis, performer.
Reynolds, Rusty, performer.
Marcos, J. Elaine, performer.
Denman, Jeffry, performer.
Raben, Larry, performer.
Stern, Cheryl, performer.
Shade, Jeff, performer.
Butler, Gregory, performer.
Latessa, Dick, performer.
Kushnier, Jeremy, performer.
Hoty, Dee, 1952- performer.
Ward, Andre (Actor), performer.
Oscar, Brad, performer.
Hewitt, Tom, 1958- performer.
Wright, Valerie, performer.
Wetzel, Patrick, performer.
Bailey, Kevin, performer.
Laird, Melvin, performer.
Asbury, Cleve, performer.
Folts, Barbara, performer.
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (Organization), producer.
Broadway Beat (Firm)
Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (Organization), donor.
Research Call Number
NCOV 2757
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