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Porgy and Bess
Film Version, 1959
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Diahann Carroll (sung by Loulie Jean Norman) performs "Summertime". (unknown airdate)
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My Fair Lady [1979] Liz Robertson recreates her Eliza Doolittle from the 1979 London revival on Hey, Mr. Producer. She is joined by Jonathan Pryce, who would later star as Higgins in the 2001 London revival. Performed are: "Wouldn't It Be Loverly", "Quit Professor Higgins", "The Rain in Spain", "Get Me to the Church On Time", "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face".
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Good News [1979] Bernadette Peters and Bobby Van sing \"The Best Things in Life are Free\" on Musical Comedy Tonight.
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Into the Woods [2014] Behind the scenes B-roll footage (part 1).
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Peter Pan [1979] Sandy Duncan and Maria Pogee perform "Ugg-a-Wug" from Peter Pan at the 1979 Macy\'s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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Peter Pan [1956] Mary Martin and the Lost Boys sing "Wendy" on the 1956 broadcast of Peter Pan.
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Peter Pan [1979] Sandy Duncan and the Lost Boys perform "I Won't Grow Up" on Broadway in 1980.

OTHER RECENT VIDEOS

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My Fair Lady [2001]: Jonathan Pryce performs on Hey, Mr. Producer. This performance was 3 years before the 2001 revival in which he starred (is this his audition?). Liz Robertson recreates her Eliza Doolittle from the 1979 London revival. Performed are: \"Wouldn\'t It Be Loverly\", \"Quit Professor Higgins\", \"The Rain in Spain\", \"Get Me to the Church On Time\", \"I\'ve Grown Accustomed to Her Face\".
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Into the Woods [2014]: Behind the scenes B-roll footage (part 2).
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Peter Pan [1979]: Sandy Duncan sings "I Gotta Crow" on Broadway in 1980.
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Peter Pan [1956]: Mary Martin and Sondra Lee perform "Ugg-A-Wugg" with the ensemble on the 1956 broadcast of Peter Pan.

LATEST PHOTOS

A Little Night Music [1991]: Lois Nettleton (Desiree) and John McMartin (Fredrik).
The Rogers Brothers in Paris [1904]: Gus Rogers (2nd from left) and Max Rogers (2nd from right)
The Rogers Brothers in Paris [1904]: Gus Rogers and Max Rogers