UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL I SET UP TRADES FOR ITEMS THAT I DON'T HAVE, SUCH AS VIDEOS MARKED AS 'ALREADY COMING'.
So, if an item is marked as 'ALREADY COMING', do NOT ask me to trade it with you, because I do not have it yet.
4/22/06 ~ Broadway
Brian F. O'Byrne, Oliver Platt, Martha Plimpton, Peter Scanavino Good video with excellent picture and sound; very nicely filmed; DVD includes NY1 Opening night and reviews
A Naked Girl on the Appian Way
10/15/05 ~ Broadway
Jill Clayburgh, Richard Thomas, Matthew Morrison, Susan Kelechi Watson, James Yaegashi, Leslie Ayvazian, Ann Guilbert Good video with clear picture and sound; DVD includes NY1 reviews and interviews and Theatre Talk segment A
I Am My Own Wife
11/19/03 ~ Broadway
Great video, great show with lots of close ups. A
The Last of the Haussmans
10/11/2012 ~ London
Pro-Shot Julie Waters, Rory Kinnear, Helen McCrory, Matthew Marsh. Stephen Beresford's The Last of the Haussmans examines the fate of the revolutionary generation and offers a funny, touching and at times savage portrait of a family full of longing that's losing its grip. Pro-shot with multiple cam
Dreamgirls Actor’s Fund BCEFA Concert
9/24/01 ~ Broadway
Pro-Shot Lillias White, Audra McDonald, Heather Headley, Darius de Haas, Norm Lewis BCEFA Pro video
Alice At The Palace (Official Release)
Broadway | 1981
Pro-Shot Meryl Streep, Betty Aberlin (of Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood fame), Debbie Allen, Stuart Baker-Bergen, Richard Cox, Sheila Dabney, Rodney Hudson, Michael Jeter, Charles Lanyer, Mark Linn-Baker. A modern re-telling of Alice In Wonderland, originally broadcast on NBC-TV. Excellent quality, but the show itself is a train wreck.
Thoroughly Modern Millie
Plays in the Park, NJ | Summer 2007
Pro-Shot Kristen Bussiere, Megan Bussiere, Moggie Davis, Russell Fischer, Eric Harper, Judi LaGanga. Pro shot video; great picture and sound 2 DISCS
My fair lady plays in the park 2012
Betty Buckley: Broadway by Request
2/21/09 ~ Feinstein's, NYC
Concert with Seth Rudetsky at piano. Nice intimate concert that featured her talking about each song that was requested by the audience members prior to her performing them. The stories were just as amazing as her vocals. Betty was in wonderful spirits and was having a great time with the audience. Songs performed were As If We Never Said Goodbye, Plays the Violin, Love Song, Meadowlark,Whoever You Are I Love You, No One is Alone, When There's No One, Memory and Send in the Clowns.
The Secret Garden
Jan 29 1999 ~ Australia
Pro-Shot. Colin Dean, Allison Farrow, Danielle Hawkes, Michael Lampard, Dean Cocker, Karissa Lane, Matt Skinner, Narelle Warmbrunn ProShot, using multiple cameras at the Royal Theater. Staging is the same as the Broadway production.
9 to 5
Tour (Nashville) | September 21st, 2010
First Tour Performance: Dee Hoty, Diana DeGarmo, Mamie Parris, Joseph Mahowald, Kristine Zbornik, Gregg Goodbrod. Beautiful capture of the very first performance of the tour. Fantastic cast and killer voices, Diana and Mamie kill it! The tour has many changes from the previous Broadway version. Also includes curtain call speech by Dolly Parton and the Director. A+
A Song at Twilight
?? | March 22nd, 2014 evening COMING
Sir Hugo Latymer: Bruce Davidson; Carlotta Gray: Sharon Lawrence; Hilde Latymer: Roxanne Hart; Felix: Zach Bandler
A very nice capture of this wonderful Noel Coward play at Pasadena Playhouse. Act one has a couple very quick dropouts, and there is one head that blocks the lower left corner of the stage, but it’s rarely noticeable. Act two is perfect with no obstruction or blackouts. There is no washout throughout. The video is very steady throughout and the sound is excellent as usual. It’s filmed in 16:9 with a mix of wides, mediums, and close-ups. Includes curtain call.
August: Osage county
Denver, CO | July 31st, 2009
Estelle Parsons, Shannon Cochran, Jon DeVries, Libby George, Amy Warren, Angelica Torn, Jeff Still, Laurence Lau. A great solid touring cast with wonderful performances. Estelle and Shannon are wonderful together and a great capture of the show. A
Catch me If You Can
San Diego, CA | September 14th, 2014 COMING
Frank Abignale Jr: Jacob Neary, Carl Hanratty: Josh Adamson, Frank Abignale Sr: Robert Neary, Paula Abagnale: Tracy Lore, Brenda Strong: Heather Lundstedt, Branton: Johnny Fletcher, Dollar: Matthew Malecki, Cod: Eric Hellmers, Roger Strong: Ralph Johnson, Carol Strong: Karla J Franko, Cheryl Ann: Kristina Miller
A nice capture of this show at Moonlight Amphitheatre in San Diego. The production is very well done with great costumes, lighting, and choreography. Jacob is a fantastic young talent, charming, and so fun to watch. Josh makes a great Hanratty; his comedic timing is spot on, and he and Jacob have a nice rapport.
A perfect capture with no blackouts and no obstruction. There is a little washout, especially in wide shots, but very nice overall. It’s filmed in 16:9, with a mix of wides, mediums, and close-ups. The sound is excellent. Includes curtain call and playbill scans.
Overall Rating: A+
Broadway | October 13th, 2006
Preview: Christine Ebersole, Mary-Louise Wilson, Erin Davis, John McMartin, Bob Stillman. Mostly a full stage shot, with a few closeups, but very nice to watch. A-
Music Theatre Of Wichita, KS | 1992
Teri Ralston, Sharon Mahoney, Jessica Boevers, Gene Austin, Danny Gurwin
Pro-shot video with some washout and shaky camera movements but great clear sound and nice color, 2DVDS B
1992 - San Diego, CA
Karen Morrow. B
Platteville, WI | November 3rd, 2008 ALREADY COMING
Beautiful concert with no obstructions with songs she rarely performed on concert setlists. Songs include: Don't Let Me Down, Here, Heartbreaker, Brave, Devorah/Rise Up, Embraceable You, No Day but Today, Where Do I Begin, I Feel Everything, Company, I Stand/Get Up Stand Up, For Good, Gorgeous, Kiss from a Rose, Defying Gravity.
A beautifully performed concert, a setlist that was much different from other tours. also features a guy who came dressed as NGD Elphaba in Drag and she has him come on on stage. A
In the Heights
ANY audios I don't have, specially the ones with u/s Ninna or u/s Vanessa
Tour | July 12th, 2014 COMING
Frankie Valli: Shaun Taylor-Corbett (alt), Bob Gaudio: Quinn VanAntwerp, Tommy DeVito: Nicolas Dromard, Nick Massi: Adam Zelasko, Bob Crewe: Barry Anderson, Gyp DeCarlo: Thomas Fiscella, Mary Delgado: Marlana Dunn, Joey: Ian Joseph, Norm Waxman/Nick DeVito/Charlie Calello: John Rochette, Hank Majewski/Joe Long: Tommaso Antico, Barry Belson/Hal Miller/Rap Star: De’Lon Grant, Lorraine/Frankie Nolan: Jaycie Dotin, Francine/Frankie’s Mother: Leslie Rochette, Billy Dixon: Sky Scott
A nice capture of the current tour, with one of the best casts I’ve seen for this show in a long time. Each of the guys inhabits their role nicely with some fresh line readings that get a lot of laughs. There are two very quick dropouts in act one, and some sparse obstruction when someone walks through the aisle or leans forward in their seat, but it’s all rarely noticeable. A beautiful capture overall. As usual, it’s filmed in 16:9, with a mix of wides, mediums, and close-ups, and the sound is excellent. Includes curtain call, encore, and playbill scans. Overall Rating: A
The King and I
Broadway | July 14th, 1997 ALREADY COMING
Faith Prince, Kevin Grey
Great, clear video with excellent close-ups. Sound a bit low at times, but perfectly comprehensible. A
Tour (Detroit) | October 21st, 2009
Kathleen Elizabeth Monteleone as (u/s) Elle Woods, Jeff McLean, Megan Lewis, D.B. Bonds, Ken Land, Natalie Joy Johnson, Tiffany Engen, Rhiannon Hansen, Candice Marie Woods, Cortney Wolfson as (u/s) Brooke. This was Kathleen's first as Elle and she did a wonderful job and has a great voice! The tour cast is still very solid and always a good time! A
ANY video with good quality that I don't have. Here are some examples:
Broadway | September 11th, 1999
Jim Poulos (Mark), Manley Pope (Roger), *Karen Olivo (Mimi u/s), *Jai Rodriguez (Angel u/s), *Calvin Grant (Collins u/s), Tamara Podemski (Maureen), Kenna Ramsey (Joanne), Jacques C. Smith (Benny), Carly Thomas (Mrs. Cohen), *Shayna Steele (Mrs. Jefferson u/s), Byron Utley (Mr. Jefferson), Chad Richardson (Gordon), Owen Johnston II (Steve), Daryll Ordell (Paul), Hallie Bulleit (Alexi)
Note: Act 1 only
Benny Tour [Houston, TX] | August 19th, 2000
Matt Caplan (Mark), Cary Shields (Roger), *Dominique Roy (Mimi u/s), *Haven Burton (Maureen u/s),
*Maia N. Wilson (Joanne u/s), Mark Ford (Collins), Shaun Earl (Angel), Brian M Love (Benny), Courtney Corey (Mrs. Cohen), Fred Jones (Mr. Jefferson), Curtis Cregan (Gordon), Jake Manabat (Steve)
Broadway | January 28, 2001
Trey Ellet (Mark), Manley Pope (Roger), Loraine Vélez (Mimi), Christine Fadale (Maureen), Natalie Venetia Belcon (Joanne), Michael McElroy (Collins), Andy Senor (Angel), Stu James (Benny), Aisha de Haas (Mrs. Jefferson), Byron Utley (Mr. Jefferson), Scott Hunt (Gordon), Jai Rodriguez (Steve), D'Monroe (Paul),
Kim Varhola (Alexi)
Benny Tour [Vancouver, CAN] | June 3rd, 2001
Matt Caplan (Mark), Jeremy Kushnier (Roger), *Karmine Alers (Mimi u/s), Mark Ford (Collins), Shaun Earl (Angel), *Stefanie Roth (Maureen u/s), Jacqueline B. Arnold (Joanne), Brian Love (Benny), Haven Burton (Mrs. Cohen), Marcus Chaney (Mr. Jefferson), Cicely Daniels (Mrs. Jefferson), Curtis Cregan (Gordon), Jake Manabat (Steve), Justin Johnson (Paul), Sala Iwamatsu (Alexi)
Broadway | July 30th, 2005 ALREADY COMING
Matt Caplan, Cary Shields, Karmine Alers, Kelly Karbacz, Merle Dandridge, D'Monroe, Destan Owens, Justin Johnson. Highlights that includes all the main songs. One small head in the middle of the screen that is shot around, great closeups. A-
Tour (Fort Wayne, IN) | February 18th, 2008 | 2 discs ALREADY COMING
Jeff Cutler (Mark u/s), Dustin Brayley (Roger u/s), Christina Sajous (Mimi u/s), Aswad (Collins u/s),
Kristen-Alexzander Griffith (Angel), Christine Dwyer (Maureen), Onyie Nwachukwu (Joanne), John Watson (Benny), Devon Settles Jr. (Mr. Jefferson), Stephanie Spano (Mrs. Jefferson u/s), Tim Elhrich (Paul), Corey Mach (Gordon), Miguel Jarquin-Moreland (Steve u/s), Jade Hicks (Alexi), Hannah Shankman (Mrs. Cohen)
Pasadena, CA | November 6th, 2014 COMING
Callie: Angela Lin, Sara: Sharon Leal, Detective Cole: Jeff de Serrano, Mrs Winsley/Nurse: Amanda Carlin, George: John Sloan, Peter: Brandon Scott
A nice capture of one of the best plays I’ve seen in a long time. Funny, heartbreaking, and hopeful, this is the story of two women who share a kiss and then are victims of a hate crime; the action is told out of chronological order, alternating between their budding romance leading up to the attack and what happens in the aftermath.
This is a near perfect capture; there are a couple quick dropouts but no major blackouts, and there is one head that can be seen very occasionally, but never blocks more than the actors’ feet. It’s filmed in 16:9, with a mix of wides, mediums, and close-ups. The sound is excellent. The show is 95 minutes with no intermission, and includes curtain call and playbill scans.
Overall Rating: A
The Color Purple
Chicago | September 6th, 2009 COMING
Fantasia, Reva Rice as (u/s) Shug, Felicia P. Fields, Rufus Bonds Jr, Stu James, LaToya London, Tiffany Daniels. This is the performance following the day Fantasia missed two performances from "Food Poisioning", which made the Chicagoland News. Despite that, she still gives a great performance as Celie and has such a powerful voice. Reva knocks it out of the park as Shug! A
The Last Confession
?? | June 21st, 2014 evening
Cardinal Giovanni Benelli: David Suchet, Father Lorenzi: Sam Parks, The Confessor: Philip Craig, Monsignor Magee: David Ferry, Cardinal Albino Luciani: Richard O’Callaghan, Cardinal Jean Villot: Nigel Bennett, Bishop Paul Marcinkus: Stuart Milligan, Pope Paul VI: Donald Douglas, Cardinal Pericle Felici: John O’May, Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani: Bernard Lloyd, Cardinal Sebastiano Baggio: Kevin Colson, Cardinal Leo Suenens: Peter Harding, Cardinal Bernardin Gantin: Roy Lewis, Cardinal Aloisio Lorscheider: George Spartels, Sister Vincenza: Sheila Ferris, Thomas: Marvin Ishmael, Dr Buzzonetti/Priest: David Bannerman, Guards/Priests: Ezra Bix, Pier Carthew, Mark Hammersley
A perfect capture of this interesting play about Papal politics and murder mystery, filmed during its Los Angeles stop on the international tour. There are no blackouts, obstructions, or washout. It’s filmed in 16:9, with a mix of wides, mediums, and close-ups. The sound is excellent. Includes curtain call and playbill scans.
Broadway | July 29th, 2007
Cheyenne Jackson, Kerry Butler, Tony Roberts, Jackie Hoffman, Mary Testa, Curtis Holbrook, Anika Larsen. Wonderfully charming and hilarious show. Cheyenne and Curtis are so dreamy while Kerry is as cute as a button. The ensemble is perfection. A+