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* Passing Strange celebrates 100th performance * Sundance coming to Brooklyn. * Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation ticket deal. * Frank Langella to star in A Man For All Seasons Read more at BroadwayBulletin**** Passing Strange, which is currently nominated for 7 Tony Awards, recently celebrated its 100th performance at the Belasco Theatre. The show, which is nominated for Best Musical, has also been a celebrity hot spot as of late. Samuel L Jackson, Terrence McNally, Angela Davis (aunt of Passing Strange actress Eisa Davis), Toni Morrison, Rosie O'Donnell, Lauren Bacall and Harry Belafonte have all been spotted at the show. Passing Strange was developed in part by the Sundance Institute. Coincidently, Sundance will be bringing their film festival to Brooklyn for the third year in a row. The showcase will feature 12 documentaries, 10 feature films and 36 short films from the 2008 festival. The Sundance Institute will be in residence at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) through June 8. Check BAM****/Sundance for more details. The Damon Runyan Cancer Research Foundation offers a service where members can purchase premium seats to Broadway shows and support cancer research at the same time. Theaters allocate a handful of their best seats, which the Foundation then sells for double the face value. The difference is a tax deductible donation to the Cancer Research Foundation. The program, which was started by Rodgers and Hammerstein, was closely backed by Bob Hope and Marlene Dietrich in their prime. Go to DamonRunyon**** for more info. Three-time Tony Award winner Frank Langella has signed on to play Sir Thomas More in the first Broadway revival of Robert Bolt's A Man For All Seasons presented by the Roundabout Theatre Company. The production will begin previews September 12 and opens October 7 at the American Airlines Theatre. A Man For All Seasons is directed by Doug Hughes. Read more at BroadwayBulletin****
31 May 2008
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Music video of Maestro Jerard performing a capella four-part harmony with himself in Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Climb Ev'ry Mountain." Directed by Braddon Mendelson, the video was part ofthe live show "Maestro Jerard's Melodic Cuisine," which ran from July through August, 2006, in Studio City, California. All proceeds were donated to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
16 Sep 2008
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A refugee travels to Chinatown as a mail-order bride in Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical comedy Flower Drum Song (1961).
13 Jan 2009
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21 May 2009
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Copacabana is a 1978 disco song, sung by Barry Manilow, and written by Jack Feldman, Barry Manilow, and Bruce Sussman. It is also known as At the Copa after the first few words of the refrain. It debuted on Billboard magazine's Top 40 chart on July 7, 1978, and peaked at #8. It peaked at #42 in the UK the same year 1978. A remixed version of the song peaked at #22 in 1993. The record earned for Manilow his first (and only, to date) Grammy Award in February 1979. The song's title refers to the famous New York City night club, the Copacabana night club. As per the lyrics "... at the Copa, Copacabana, hottest spot north of Havana ...", and tells the story of Lola, a showgirl, and her lover Tony, a bartender at the club. The recording was used as incidental music in the 1978 movie Foul Play, which starred Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn, and has been featured in over a dozen other films. The single version clocks in at 4:08, the Extended Disco version is titled "Copacabana (At the Copa)(Disco)" and is 5:46, found on Manilow's first Greatest Hits double album. In 1985, Manilow and his collaborators Bruce Sussman and Jack Feldman expanded the song into a full length, made-for-television film musical, writing many additional songs and expanding the plot suggested by the song. This was the first original musical written for television since Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella in 1957. This film version was then further expanded by Manilow, Feldman, and Sussman into a full-length, two-act stage musical that ran at the Prince of Wales Theatre on London's West End for two years prior to a lengthy tour of the UK. An American production was later mounted that toured the US for over a year. Over 200 productions of the show have since been mounted worldwide.
7 Sep 2009
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This is another cute scene in Rodger's and Hammerstein's Cinderella. Incase you haven't yet noticed (and I don't blame you if you haven't, as this is only my third upload of these) I'm uploading scenes with Victor Garber in them- his performance is very good- I found the King to be quite halarious. DISCLAIMER: I don't own anything at all, everything belongs to Rodger and Hammerstein, Disney, and other respective companies. I just happen to be a major Victor Garber fan, please don't sue me for it.
2 Mar 2010
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Gordon MacRae as Billy Bigelow and Shirley Jones as Julie Jordan in Rodgers and Hammerstein's 1956 film "Carousel". Gordon MacRae singing If I Loved You (reprise) during the scene where Julie (Shirley) finds the star on the table Billy (Gordon) left for Louise who refused to take it and ran in the house. (So sorry for the poor quality!)
30 Jun 2011
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Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks - Tattoo Jordin Sparks - One Step At A Time Jordin Sparks - No Air (featuring Chris Brown) Jordin Sparks - Freeze Jordin Sparks - Shy Boy Jordin Sparks - Now You Tell Me Jordin Sparks - Next to You Jordin Sparks - Just for the Record Jordin Sparks - Permanent Monday Jordin Sparks - Young and in Love Jordin Sparks - See My Side Jordin Sparks - God Loves Ugly Jordin Sparks - This Is My Now Give Me One Reason - Tracy Chapman Reflection - Christina Aguilera Heartbreaker - Pat Benatar If We Hold On Together - from "he Land Before Time - Diana Ross I (Who Have Nothing) - Tom Jones/Shirley Bassey Hey Baby - No Doubt On a Clear Day - Tony Bennett Rhythm Is Gonna Get You - Gloria Estefan A Broken Wing - Martina McBride You'll Never Walk Alone - Rodgers and Hammerstein Livin' on a Prayer - Bon Jovi To Love Somebody - Woman in Love - Bee Gees Barbra Streisand / Bee Gees Wishing On A Star - She Works Hard for the Money I (Who Have Nothing) (Encore) Rose Royce Donna Summer Shirley Bassey Fighter - A Broken Wing (Encore) This Is My Now - Christina Aguilera Martina McBride Jordin Sparks Winner American Idol Season 6 Jordin Sparks - No Air (featuring Chris Brown) Jordin Sparks - No Air (featuring Chris Brown
16 Sep 2011
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Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks ft Chris Brown - No Air Jordin Sparks - Tattoo Jordin Sparks - One Step At A Time Jordin Sparks - No Air (featuring Chris Brown) Jordin Sparks - Freeze Jordin Sparks - Shy Boy Jordin Sparks - Now You Tell Me Jordin Sparks - Next to You Jordin Sparks - Just for the Record Jordin Sparks - Permanent Monday Jordin Sparks - Young and in Love Jordin Sparks - See My Side Jordin Sparks - God Loves Ugly Jordin Sparks - This Is My Now Give Me One Reason - Tracy Chapman Reflection - Christina Aguilera Heartbreaker - Pat Benatar If We Hold On Together - from "he Land Before Time - Diana Ross I (Who Have Nothing) - Tom Jones/Shirley Bassey Hey Baby - No Doubt On a Clear Day - Tony Bennett Rhythm Is Gonna Get You - Gloria Estefan A Broken Wing - Martina McBride You'll Never Walk Alone - Rodgers and Hammerstein Livin' on a Prayer - Bon Jovi To Love Somebody - Woman in Love - Bee Gees Barbra Streisand / Bee Gees Wishing On A Star - She Works Hard for the Money I (Who Have Nothing) (Encore) Rose Royce Donna Summer Shirley Bassey Fighter - A Broken Wing (Encore) This Is My Now - Christina Aguilera Martina McBride Jordin Sparks Winner American Idol Season 6 Jordin Sparks - No Air (featuring Chris Brown) Jordin Sparks - No Air (featuring Chris Brown)
11 Oct 2011
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PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads between multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: *******tinyurl****/Channel-Index The most commercially successful female singer in British chart history, Petula Clark was born November 15, 1932 in Epsom, England. Trained to sing by her soprano mother, Clark embarked on a stage career at the age of seven; soon she was a fixture on British radio programs, and began hosting her own regular show Pet's Parlour -- a series spotlighting patriotic songs designed to boost the morale of wartime audiences -- at the tender age of 11. After entertaining British troops alongside fellow child stars Julie Andrews and Anthony Newley, Clark made her film debut with A Medal for the General in 1944. By the dawn of the 1950s she was a superstar throughout the U.K., with a resume of close to two dozen films; 1954's "The Little Shoemaker" was her first Top 20 single, while 1960's "Sailor" was her first chart-topper. Still, Clark struggled with her inability to shed her adolescent image. After selling over a million copies of 1961's "Romeo," she married and relocated to France, establishing a strong fan base there on the strength of hits including "Ya-Ya Twist," "Chariot" and "Monsieur," which spotlighted a new, more sophisticated pop sound anchored by her crystalline vocals. Riding the wave of the British Invasion, Clark was finally able to penetrate the U.S. market in 1964 with the Grammy-winning "Downtown," the first single by a British woman ever to reach number one on the American pop charts. It was also the first in a series of American Top Ten hits (most written and arranged by Tony Hatch) which also included 1965's "I Know a Place" and 1966's "I Couldn't Live Without Your Love" and the number one smash "My Love." At the same time, she remained a huge star throughout Europe, topping the British charts in 1967 with "This Is My Song," taken from the film A Countess From Hong Kong. In addition to hosting her own BBC series, she also starred in the 1968 NBC television special Petula, which triggered controversy when sponsors requested that a segment with guest Harry Belafonte be cut in deference to Southern affiliates; ultimately, the show aired in its intended form. As the 1960s drew to a close, Clark's commercial stature slipped, although singles like "Don't Sleep on the Subway," "The Other Man's Grass Is Always Greener" and "Kiss Me Goodbye" still charted on both sides of the Atlantic. In 1968 she revived her film career by starring in Finian's Rainbow, followed a year later by Goodbye, Mr. Chips. In later years Clark focused primarily on international touring, headlining the 1981 London revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein's +The Sound of Music; after starring in the 1990 musical +Someone Like You, which she also co-wrote, she made her Broadway debut in +Blood Brothers in 1993. Additionally, in 1988, an acid-house remix of "Downtown" reached the U.K. Top Ten, another honor for the female singer awarded the most gold records in British pop history. ~ Jason Ankeny, All Music Guide
1 Jan 2013
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MUSIC COMPOSED BY RODGERS AND HAMMERSTEIN: songs included: Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful sung by Jon Cypher and Julie Andrews and Waltz for a Ball. How to make your own pore strips using egg whites and then use the yolks as a natural moisturizer after you cleared your pores using the strips. Who knew eggs could be used for skincare?! :]] Enjoy and if you like, please subscribe!! XD
30 Mar 2013
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I love rodgers and hammerstein... who doesn't No comparisons to Julie Andrews please, there is none, she was amazing beyond words humm my voice sounds really weak on this, i really need to get a sound sound and a proper mic
28 Apr 2013
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Stuart Damon and Lesley Ann Warren sing "Ten Minutes Ago" in the 1965 television version of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. Love the dancing in this.
30 Jan 2014
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