ALL THE WORLD IS A STAGE: SALUTE TO THE BROADWAY MUSICAL
All The WorldÍs A Stage: A Global Salute To The Broadway Musical
11/18/96 ~ New York
Hosted by Jane Powell, with Cy Coleman, Barbara Cook (ñAinÍt Necessarily Soî and ñVanilla Ice Creamî), Nathan Lane (ñDonÍt Monkey With Broadwayî and ñEverythingÍs Coming Up Rosesî)), Lou Diamond Phillips (ñI Wonder What The King Is Doing Tonightî and ñOne Night In Bangkokî), Tommy Tune (ñIÍm Dancing And I CanÍt Be Bothered Nowî), Stephen Bogardus (ñShe Loves Meî), Meg Brussart (ñBaubles, Bangles, and Beadsî and ñStranger In Paradiseî), Randy Graff, Timothy Hugh (ñBring Him Homeî), Judy Kaye, Natalie Torro (ñMemoryî-a Spanish/Caribbean version), Lillias White (ñThe Oldest Professionî), Karen Ziemba, and others. A concert to benefit Variety, The ChildrenÍs Charity, and The National Alliance For Excellence. One night only concert celebrating the musicals of Broadway, recorded at Carnegie Hall. Filmed with multiple cameras. (This concert was financed by a Japanese business man named Toshu Fukami, with the proceeds from the ticket sales going to charity. He sings ñSome Enchanted Eveningî (badly, and phonetically-he probably doesnÍt speak English) with Jane Powell, and it seems like this was the true motivation for the concert-even this video was produced by his company. Other than this jarring out of place performance, the concert is great).