A Royal Gala ; Children's Royal Variety Performance ; Lerner and Loewe, Broadway's Last Romantics

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Title
A Royal Gala ; Children's Royal Variety Performance ; Lerner and Loewe, Broadway's Last Romantics
Additional title: Children's Royal Variety Performance
Additional title: Lerner and Loewe
Names
Kinane, Terry (Television director)
Maen, Norman, 1932-2008 (Producer)
Maen, Norman, 1932-2008 (Stage director)
Maen, Norman, 1932-2008 (Choreographer)
Ainsworth, Alyn (Musical director)
Ritchie, Alyson (Costume designer)
James, John (Lighting designer)
Wheatley, Ken (Designer)
Harding, Alan (Choreographer)
Hardy, Robert, 1925- (Host)
Whitehouse, Brian (Television director)
Hazlehurst, Ronnie (Musical director)
May, George (Choreographer)
Hawes, Barie (Sound designer)
Cunliffe, Paul (Sound designer)
Butcher, Dennis (Lighting designer)
Snape, Stan (Lighting designer)
Hughes, Jan (Costume designer)
Punt, Dacre (Designer)
Cook, Sue, 1949- (Host)
Musilli, John (Television director)
Young, JoAnn (Author of dialog)
Young, JoAnn (Producer)
Freda, Bill (Editor)
Kiley, Richard (Host)
Hepburn, Audrey, 1929-1993 (Host)
Camera Three Productions (Producer)
Independent Television Authority (Producer)
BBC One (Television station : London, England) (Presenter)
Collection

Norman Maen Video Archive

Dates / Origin
Date Created: 1988 - 1989
Table of Contents
Royal Gala (Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, Hampshire, England on December 31, 1989) (116 min.) / director, Terry Kinane ; stage production directed by Norman Maen ; musical director/music, Alyn Ainsworth ; costume designer, Alyson Ritchie ; lighting director, John James ; produced by Independent Television and Gill Stribling Wright ; design, Ken Wheatley ; choreography, Alan Harding ; performers/presenters (in order of appearance), Robert Hardy (introduction), Philip Gould, Keith Barron, Tony Blackburn, Bob Carolgees, Jessica Martin, Billy Pearce, Paddie O'Neil, Alfred Marks, Ruth Madoc, James Smillie, Christopher Beeny, Ross Davidson, Carlos Douglas, Brian Glover, Francis Matthews, Nigel Pivaro, Gary Wilmot, Tim Flavin, Bonnie Langford, Dave Lee, Danielle Carson, Sally Hughes, Nic D'Avirro, David Hopkins, Rachel Izen, Lynda Baron, Josephine Blake, Nichola Treherne, Stephen Beagley, Richard Digance, Helen Shapiro, Paul Nicholas, Gilly Coman, Dr. Evadne Hinge and Dame Hilda Bracket, Celeste Holm, George Carl, Gordon Honeycombe, Janet Brown, Leslie Crowther, Diane Langton, Suzi Quatro, Kenny Lynch, Mike Sterling ; with Alyn Ainsworth and His Orchestra, Alan Harding Dancers, Southampton Musical Society, The Band of H.M. Royal Marines and Junior Cadet Corps of the Royal Navy.
Children's Royal Variety Performance (Dominion Theatre, London, England, aired on BBC one on May 1, 1989) (120 min.) / television director, Brian Whitehouse, associate producer and stage director, Norman Maen ; musical director, Ronnie Hazlehurst, special choreography, Norman Maen, Alan Harding, George May ; sound, Barrie Hawes, Paul Cunliffe ; lighting, Dennis Butcher, Stan Snape ; costume designer, Jan Hughes ; designer, Dacre Punt ; programme introduced by Sue Cook ; artists appearing on stage (alphabetical order): Stuart Anderson, Brother Beyond, Nick Conway, Andy Crane, John Craven, Jimmy Cricket, Mark Curry, Dana, Martin Daniels, Jason Donovan, Mike Doyle, Dooby Duck, Yvette Fielding, Tim Flavin, Derek Griffiths, Nicholas and Stephen Haswell, Melvyn Hayes, Caron Keating, Les Kotsuba, Rula Lenska, Alison and Rebecca Marsh, Jessica Martin, Kylie Minogue, Jonathan Morris, Duban Nickol, Billy Pearce, Su Pollard, Paulo and Victor Ponce, Reynolds Girls, Kate Robbins, Peter and Paul St. James, Members of Sadler's Wells Royal Ballet, Members of Sherlock Holmes Company, Julia Sutton, Derek Waring, Gary Wilmot, The Young Set, Sylvia Young Stage School and Junior Choir, Arts Educational School and the Royal Variety Dancers.
Lerner and Loewe: Broadway's Last Romantics (1988) (64 min.) / a Camera Three Production ; directed by John Musilli ; written and produced by Joann G. Young ; edited by Bill Freda ; host, Richard Kiley and Audrey Hepburn ; cast/speakers, David Brooks, Marion Bell, Cyd Charisse, Nancy Olson Livingston (former Mrs. Lerner), Bud Widney (Lerner Production Associate), Olga San Juan, Harve Presnell, Kitty Carlisle Hart, Julie Andrews, Roddy McDowall, Robert Goulet, Richard Harris.
Library locations
Jerome Robbins Dance Division
Shelf locator: *MGZIDF 5974
Topics
Loewe, Frederick
Lerner, Alan Jay
Revues
Genres
Filmed performances
Filmed dance
Television interviews
Interviews
Televised dance
Televised performances
Music
Television programs
Notes
Content: Title from opening video credits with additional title from original videocassette label; additional credits from BBC website and Internet Movie Database.
Venue: A Royal Gala in Aid of Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital, Wishing Well Appeal ; in the presence of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales.
Content: Children's Royal Variety Performance in the presence of H.R.H. the Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon in aid of the NSPCC.
Content: Off-air BBC recording with commercials.
Content: Reel 1 (236 min.): Royal Gala, Children's Royal Variety Performance. Reel 2 (64 min.): Lerner and Loewe, Broadway's Last Romantics.
Venue: Videotaped during gala performances at Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, Hampshire, England & Dominion Theatre, London, England, 1989 December 31 & May 1.
Acquisition: Gift; Domy Reiter-Sofer; 2014.
Physical Description
Videocassette
Extent: 1 videocassette (VHS) (300 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
Description
A Royal Gala: Gala performance of music and comedy includes excerpts from Dockland, South Pacific, All Ashore That's Going Ashore, Limehouse Blues, and Showboat ; Children's Royal Variety Performance: Gala evening presenting a host of stars and talented young entertainers ; Lerner and Loewe: Broadway's Last Romantics: Profile of the Broadway team Alan Jay Lerner and Fritz Loewe, whose credits included the hit shows Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, Gigi, Camelot, and My Fair Lady. Their story is told through interviews with artists with whom they worked and feature film and television excerpts.
Type of Resource
Moving image
Languages
English
Identifiers
RLIN/OCLC: 929985464
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20840929
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): ad6c8d40-aa18-0133-d76a-60f81dd2b63c
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Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library. "A Royal Gala ; Children's Royal Variety Performance ; Lerner and Loewe, Broadway's Last Romantics" The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1988 - 1989. http://digital.gallery.nypl.org/items/b838ed00-aa18-0133-ef6f-60f81dd2b63c

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Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library. "A Royal Gala ; Children's Royal Variety Performance ; Lerner and Loewe, Broadway's Last Romantics" New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed June 17, 2019. http://digital.gallery.nypl.org/items/b838ed00-aa18-0133-ef6f-60f81dd2b63c

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Jerome Robbins Dance Division, The New York Public Library. (1988 - 1989). A Royal Gala ; Children's Royal Variety Performance ; Lerner and Loewe, Broadway's Last Romantics Retrieved from http://digital.gallery.nypl.org/items/b838ed00-aa18-0133-ef6f-60f81dd2b63c

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A Royal Gala ; Children's Royal Variety Performance ; Lerner and Loewe, Broadway's Last Romantics