Presented by Arena Stage at the Kreeger Theatre in Washington, D. Semi-pro shot, using one camera on a tripod. Bernard Calloway, Michael McGrath, Cass Morgan, Rhett George, Jennifer Allen, Brad Bass, Tracee Beazer, Kevin Covert. Recorded through the house camera. Full Stage Shot, no zooms.
But once I began to read it I realized it was full of treasure! They talk about every imaginable aspect of their journey to making it on Broadway. A bit shaky in a couple places, but no obstruction and very little washout; only one 30 second blackout during Scratch My Itch, and a couple short dropouts between scenes. Performed only 8 performances, this was filmed on closing night. Mame 2006 ~ Kennedy Center Christine Baranski, Emily Skinner, Harriet Harris, Jeff McCarthy. It was still interesting to read about their experiences in the business.
While there is one chapter on dreams coming true, and how some of them made their way to the top, most of the book is about the uncertainty of the industry, never knowing when you'll get cast again. We often publish in areas overlooked by other publishers and welcome the author whose expertise can help our audience of readers. This book is a collection of very short stories sometimes just 1-2 paragraphs from Broadway actors about various stages in their careers. First minute or so of act one is blacked out, and there are a few quick drop-outs throughout the show, but nothing major. Beautiful with lots of closeups of all of the cast members. Some slight generation loss, but a very good quality video with excellent zooms.
The only issue is that they mainly showed the negatives of Broadway, and less than one chapter was about the positives of it. Great video and the best of the San Francisco vids. Pro-Shot video of the first collaboration of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty. Mostly a wide stage shot, with some spotlight washout. They talk about their experiences from moving to the Big Apple all the way to their Tony Award experiences. Multiple camera pro shot video of the final performance the run. It certainly made me appreciate theatre and performers more and enhanced my understanding of theatre, both as a craft and as a business.
This book shares firsthand accounts of professional actors' difficult yet fulfilling journeys to Broadway: moving to New York, finding survival jobs, auditioning, landing roles, avoiding pitfalls, forging a family life, and much more. Today, Times Square has a theme park quality to it, and, more than ever, Broadway is becoming an industry as opposed to an art form. While I know that this is real life, it would've been nice if they asked the actors about any happy memories of Broadway. Making it on Broadway is full of interviews with working or out of work. Great, clear sound and includes curtain call.
Very nice video with great picture and excellent sound; performances are wonderful. Pro-shot video of the Pre-Broadway production. Broadcast live in cinemas through a satellite feed and this was captured from that feed. Block, Will Chase, Chita Rivera, Gregg Edelman, Jim Norton, Andy Karl, Jessie Mueller, Betsy Wolfe, Nicholas Barasch, Peter Benson, Robert Creighton. Blake, Kate Shindle, Nikki Snelson, Michael Rupert. I read this book at a friend's recommendation and it was an easy and enjoyable read. Recorded from a stationary camcorder on a tripod, no zooms - just a full stage shot.
This is a reading of the new musical; some great closeups and great sound. This book shares firsthand accounts of professional actors' difficult yet fulfilling journeys to Broadway: moving to New York, finding survival jobs, a. On wider shots, heads come into the frame toward the lip of the stage and far stage sides. Telly is audio only; the video for act two begins when the house lights go down and Lavender takes the stage. There are many within the Broadway community who are very protective of its secrets. Very well filmed with excellent close-ups and clear picture and sound throughout. Another favourite anecdote was the time Colm Wilkinson missed his scene in Les Miserable - really enjoyed it being told from the perspectives of three different actors.
Here, performers speak out and tell it like it is. Very well shot with excellent sound. The dramatic love story of Kurt Weill and Lotte Lenya directed by Harold Prince. With an introduction by Jason Alexander and candid interviews with today's most celebrated Broadway stars, this book offers stories to entertain and astonish theater lovers, as well as serve as a sobering reality check for those considering careers on the stage. A Leader of the Pack date unknown ~ New York Annie Golden, Paul Schaeffer, Ellie Greenwich. Great capture of the show.
Filmed using one camera on a tripod very close to the stage. Filmed from the back of the balcony. Very nice video is a very hard theatre to film in; taper does a wonderful job. There are two blackouts in act one: two minutes during the first Wormwood scene, and three minutes during the first Library scene. Formerly listed as the 1973 Broadway video.