Cast: Bonnie Langford (Peggy Sawyer), Richard Cuerdan (Billy Lawlor)
Notes: Note from Blvd-on-Sunset: This video has been widely mislabelled as "2006 UK Tour" for years and some traders are unaware of this. A show programme from the 1991 UK Tour confirms this. Recorded through the House camera with some static at bottom of screen, and some generational loss. B+
Cast: Clare Halse (Peggy Sawyer), Tom Lister (Julian Marsh), Bonnie Langford (Dorothy Brock), Philip Bertioli (Billy Lawlor), Christopher Howell (Bert Barry), Jasna Ivir (Maggie Jones), Bruce Montague (Abner Dillon), Emma Caffrey (Annie), Clare Rickard (Phyllis Dale), Ella Martine (Lorraine Flemming), Matthew Goodgame (Pat Denning), Graeme Henderson (Andy Lee), Paul Knight (Oscar)
Notes: The West End revival of "42nd Street" starring Bonnie Langford as Dorothy Brock who previously played as "Peggy" in the UK Tour. Released to cinemas, there are stills some encore screenings going on. This can also be streamed on BroadwayHD. Quality and file format varies across traders. There are currently two file versions being traded. One is a 4GB MP4/MKV and a 8GB MKV. Some may also trade a 2GB MP4/MKV file.
Cast: Amber Petty (Anastasia Steele), Chris Grace (Christian Grey), David Andino, Kaitlyn Frotton, Adam Hyndman, Tim Murray, Casey Renee Rogers, Alec Vargas, Ashley Ward, Chloe Williamson
Notes: Semi pro-shot using one camera on a tripod, with audio patched in directly from the soundboard. There are heads near the bottom of the screen, but they do not obstruct the view.
Cast: Henry Shields (Chris), Henry Lewis (Robert), Charlie Russell (Sandra), Dave Hearn (Max), Chris Leask (Trevor), Nancy Zamit (Annie), Greg Tannahill (Jonathan), Jonathan Sayer (Dennis), Ellie Morris (Lucy), Diana Rigg (Aunt Diana), Derek Jacobi (Scrooge/Himself)
Notes: Mischief Theatre 2017 BBC Special proshot.
Cast: Robert Fairchild (Jerry Mulligan), Leanne Cope (Lise Dassin), David Seadon-Young (Adam Hochberg), Zoë Rainey (Milo Davenport), Haydn Oakley (Henri Baurel), Jane Asher (Madame Baurel), Ashley Andrews (Mr. Z), Julian Forsyth (Monsieur Baurel), Julia J Nagle (Olga)
Notes: Aired as part of PBS Great Performances on November 2, 2018. Can be found on BroadwayHD to stream. File info and quality varies across traders, therefore ask them before trading. One file that is being traded is 10.29GB, a WEB-DL from Amazon that includes soft-subtitles.
Cast: Andrew Garfield (Prior Walter), Laura Caldow, Claire Lambert, Becky Namgauds, Stan West, Lewis Wilkins, James McArdle (Louis Ironson), Amanda Lawrence (The Angel), Russell Tovey (Joe Pitt), Denise Gough (Harper Pitt), Nathan Lane (Roy Cohn), Susan Brown (Hannah Pitt), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Belize)
Notes: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6846664/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_3 National Theatre Live 2017
Cast: Andrew Garfield (Prior Walter), James McArdle (Louis Ironson), Amanda Lawrence (The Angel), Russell Tovey (Joe Pitt), Denise Gough (Harper Pitt), Nathan Lane (Roy Cohn), Susan Brown (Hannah Pitt), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Belize), Laura Caldow, Claire Lambert, Becky Namgauds, Stan West, Lewis Wilkins
Notes: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt6847810/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_2 National Theatre Live 2017
Cast: Sutton Foster (Reno Sweeney), Robert Lindsay (Moonface Martin), Felicity Kendal (Mrs. Evangeline Harcourt), Gary Wilmot (Elisha Whitney), Samuel Edwards (Billy Crocker), Nicole-Lily Baisden (Hope Harcourt), Carly Mercedes Dyer (Erma), Haydn Oakley (Sir Evelyn Oakleigh)
Notes: Broadcast to UK Cinemas and then to BBC Two in the UK on Boxing Day
Cast: Ethel Merman (Reno Sweeney), Frank Sinatra (Harry Dane), Bert Lahr (Moonface Martin), Arthur Gould-Porter (Lord Evelyn Oakleigh), Sheree North (Bonnie), Lou Krugman (Purser)
Notes: Pro-Shot. Part of the "Colgate Comedy Hour". Multiple versions exist, with various levels of generational loss. As well as a beautiful remastered version, however with a timer and watermark.
Cast: Christian Earl (Princeton), Lauren Call (Kate), Jake T. Holt (Nicky), Jeremy Heaps (Rod), JJ Bateman (Brian), Selah McKenna (Christmas Eve), Taylor Lawrence (Lucy the Slut/Mrs. Thistletwat), Talia Heiss (Gary Coleman), Danny Eggers (Trekkie Monster), Whitney Wilde (Blue Bear/Trekkie Arm), Christie Stolworthy (Yellow Bear), Austin Heaton (Nicky Arm/Newcomer/Ricky)
Notes: HD proshot from this theatre group. Not as professional as some others but a great version.
Cast: David Burt (Jim Fenner), Sally Dexter (Yvonne Atkins), Caroline Head (Nikki Wade), Nicole Faraday (Shell Dockley), Laura Rogers (Helen Stewart), Helen Fraser (Sylvia "Bodybag" Hollamby), Maria Charles (Noreen Biggs)
Cast: Michael Arden (Peter Simmonds), John Hill (Jason McConnell), Jenna Leigh Green (Ivy Robinson), Natalie Joy Johnson (Nadia McConnell), Romelda Benjamin (Sister Chantelle), Aaron Lohr (Matt Lloyd), Jim Price (Priest), Adam Fleming (Lucas Carter), Sasha Allen (Tanya Garrett), Kaitlin Hopkins (Claire Simmonds), Kay Trinidad (Diane Lee), Kearran Giovanni (Kyra), Mike Cannon (Zack), Lindsay Scott (Rory), Isaac Calpito (Alan)
Notes: One cam pro shot. A bit of generation loss.
Cast: Luke Arthur (Jeremy Heere), Harrison Riley (Michael Mell), Rachael Mayrick (Christine Canigula), Keira Connelly (The SQUIP), Laura Banning (Brooke Lohst), Charlize Spillane (Chloe Valentine), Molly McCrann (Jenna Rolan), Matt Shepherd (Jake Dillinger), Chris O'Shea (Rich Goranski), Steven Burns (Mr. Heere/Mr. Reyes/Scary Stockboy)
Notes: Single cam proshot posted on youtube and ripped in highest quality. Not the mostly-audio bootleg.
Cast: Jake Davies (Jamie), Danny-Boy Hatchard (Ste), Suranne Jones (Sandra), Oliver Farnworth (Tony), Zaraah Abrahams (Leah)
Notes: Beautiful Thing is a glorious urban love story between two young men set on an inner city housing estate. It tells the story of teenager Jamie's relationship with classmate and neighbour Ste. Together the two boys find comedy, warmth and the music of Mama Cass through their loud-mouthed next door neighbour Leah. The play exquisitely depicts what it is to be sixteen, in the first flush of love, and full of optimism. Proshot Filmed at Arts Theatre, London filmed over two days (May 22 and 23)
Cast: Elliot Hanna (Billy Elliot), Liam Mower (Older Billy), Ruthie Henshall (Mrs. Wilkinson), Deka Walmsley (Dad), Ann Emery (Grandma), Chris Grahamson (Tony), Zach Atkinson (Michael), Howard Crossley (George), Claudia Bradley (Mum), David Muscat (Mr. Braithwaite), Demi Lee (Debbie), Caspar Meurisse (Tall Boy), Liam Sargeant (Small Boy), David Stoller (Posh Dad), Alan Mehdizadeh (Big Davey)
Notes: Multi-cam pro-shot broadcast live to cinemas. Filmed on 28 September 2014 at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London's West End.
Cast: Megan Hilty, Katharine McPhee, Christian Borle, Jeremy Jordan, Will Chase, Brian d'Arcy James, Debra Messing, Leslie Odom Jr, Ripley Sobo, Donna McKechnie
Notes: The stars of the NBC musical drama series will reunite virtually for a special one-night-only streaming event: Bombshell in Concert. The event, announced by The Actors Fund in association with PEOPLE, features the never-seen sold-out live performance of Bombshell in Concert that electrified Broadway at the Minskoff Theater in New York City in 2015. The evening will be introduced by two-time Academy Award winner Renée Zellweger and, during intermission, Julie Klausner of “Difficult People” will host a live, virtual reunion with the show's original cast members including: Christian Borle, Jaime Cepero, Will Chase, Brian d'Arcy James, Jack Davenport, Ann Harada, Megan Hilty, Jeremy Jordan, Katharine McPhee, Andy Mientus, Debra Messing, Leslie Odom Jr., Krysta Rodriguez and Wesley Taylor.
Cast: Ethan Hirschenfield (Aguirre/Hog Boy), Heather Buck (Alma), Celia Acedo (Alma's Mother), Daniel Okulitch (Ennis), Tom Randle (Jack), Ryan MacPherson (Jack's Father), Jane Henschel (Jack's Mother), Hannah Esther Minutillo (Lureen)
Notes: with english subtitles
Cast: Paul Groves (Candide), Sir Thomas Allen (Dr. Pangloss), Jeff Blumenkrantz (Maximilian), Kristin Chenoweth (Cunegonde), Janine LaManna (Paquette), Patti LuPone (The Old Lady)
Notes: Was released on DVD and Blu-Ray. Blu-Ray (MT2S/ISO) rip is limited trade. 21 GB Full 1080p HD files. The ISO will not work with VLC but does work with burning onto physical media/non-VLC software players (5K player). This is extremely rare and most other traders will have the SD AVI.
Cast: Keaton Whittaker (Carrie White), Alice Ripley (Margaret White), Larissa Schmitz (Sue Snell), Kody Bringman (Tommy Ross), Tessa Archer (Chris Hargensen), Andrew Brewer (Billy Nolan), Kendra Kassebaum (Lynn Gardner), Brian Lange (Mr. Stephens), Erin Herrick (Norma), Melissa Maricich (Frieda), Frederick Habreen (George), Riley Neldham (Freddy), Alexandria Henderson (Helen), Eli Wills (Stokes)
Notes: One of the first regional productions of the revised Carrie. Good to have Ripley in something.
Cast: Josh Groban (Anatoly Sergievsky), Idina Menzel (Florence Vassy), Adam Pascal (Freddie Trumper), Kerry Ellis (Svetlana Sergievskaya), Marti Pellow (Arbiter), David Bedella (Molokov), Clarke Peters (Walter de Courcey)
Notes: Pro-shot concert.
Cast: Jenn Colella (Beverley/Annette & others), Tony LePage (Kevin T./Garth & others), Joel Hatch (Claude & others), Paul Whitty (Oz & others), Emily Walton (Janice & others), Caesar Samayoa (Kevin J./Ali & others), Jim Walton (Nick/Doug & others), Sharon Wheatley (Diane & others), Q Smith (Hannah & others), Astrid Van Wieren (Beulah & others), Petrina Bromley (Bonnie & others), De'Lon Grant (Bob & others)
Notes: Pro-Shot released on Apple TV+ on September 10, 2021, featuring most OBC members
Cast: Neil Patrick Harris (Bobby/Bobbie), Patti LuPone (Joanne), Martha Plimpton (Sarah), Stephen Colbert (Harry), Jill Paice (Susan), Craig Bierko (Peter), Jennifer Laura Thompson (Jenny), Jon Cryer (David), Christina Hendricks (April/Andy), Chryssie Whitehead (Kathy/Theo), Anika Noni Rose (Marta/PJ), Katie Finneran (Amy/Jamie), Aaron Lazar (Paul), Jim Walton (Larry)
Notes: Filmed version of the staged concert production at the New York Philharmonic. Filmed April 7-9, 2011. The jacket scans are provided as a PDF. ISO is Region A only and VLC's settings may be adjusted for playback. Or you may extract the ISO into its respective M2TS using, and only using, the built-in OS zip utility (7zip does not work).
Cast: Brian Logan Dales (Greg McConnell), Israel Erron Ford (Ronald Clifford), Frankie Grande (Blaine Tuttle), Jenn Harris (Mrs. Caldwell), Emma Hunton (Cecile Caldwell), Janel Parrish (Kathryn Merteuil), Constantine Rousouli (Sebastian Valmont), Carrie St. Louis (Annette Hargrove)
Notes: Following a sold-out run Off-Broadway and a national tour, CRUEL INTENTIONS: THE ‘90S MUSICAL returns home to Los Angeles for a one-night stand, LIVE and IN CONCERT, from The Bourbon Room to your Bedroom. This hybrid in-person and streaming event features some of Cruel's most beloved and celebrated alumni including Frankie Grande ("Big Brother"), Jenn Harris ("New York is Dead"), Emma Hunton ("Good Trouble"), Janel Parrish ("Pretty Little Liars"), Constantine Rousouli ("The Other Two"), and Carrie St. Louis (WICKED), joined by new cast members Brian Logan Dales (lead singer of The Summer Set) and Israel Erron Ford ("Phoenix").
Cast: David Hunter, Lucie Jones, David Doidge (Pianist), Roland Palmer (Cellist)
Notes: Includes post-show. Setlist: • It Only Takes a Taste (Waitress) • Both Sides, Now (Joni Mitchell) • Gravity / Gravity (John Mayer / Sara Bareilles mashup) • DH - If I Didn't Believe In You (The Last Five Years) • LJ - The Winner Takes It All (ABBA) • Bad Idea (Waitress) • Drivers License (Olivia Rodrigo) • Grow As We Go (Ben Platt) • I Dreamed A Dream (Les Misérables) • LJ - Smile (Nat King Cole) • You Matter To Me (Waitress) • For Good (Wicked) • I'd Give It All For You (Songs For A New World)
Cast: 木戸口 歌穂 Kidoguchi Kaho (Evan Hansen), 久保 優梨子 Kubo Yuriko (Heidi Hansen), 岸野 鼓 Kishino Tsuzumi (Zoe Murphy), 野上 文 Nogami Fumi (Cynthia Murphy), 北澤 翔太 Kitazawa Shouta (Larry Murphy), 原 誠弥 Hara Seiya (Connor Murphy), 富田 有登里 Tomita Yutori (Jared Kleinman), 櫻井 花梨 Sakurai Karin (Alana Beck)
Notes: Performed in English. Pro-Shot briefly public on YouTube and ripped.
Cast: Kenji Urai (Light Yagami), Teppei Koike (L), Fuuka Yuzuki (Misa Amane), Ami Maeshima (Sayu Yagami), Megumi Hamada (Rem), Koutaro Yoshida (Ryuk), Takeshi Kaga (Souichiro Yagami)
Notes: Kenji Urai version. Proshot aired on the Japanese satellite TV channel WOWOW. Fan-made English subtitles are available.
Cast: Kenji Urai (Light Yagami), Teppei Koike (L), Fuuka Yuzuki (Misa Amane), Karin Takahashi (Sayu Yagami), Megumi Hamada (Rem), Kazutaka Ishii (Ryuk), Tetsuya Bessho (Souichiro Yagami)
Notes: Proshot aired December 2, 2017 on the Japanese satellite TV channel WOWOW. Fan-made English subtitles are available.
Cast: Jodie Steele (Snow White), Sophie Isaacs (Cinderella), Allie Daniel (Sleeping Beauty), Grace Mouat (Pocahontas), Millie O'Connell (The Little Mermaid), Courtney Bowman (Princess Badroulbadour), Natalie Chua (Hau Mulan), Shanay Holmes (The Princess Who Kissed The Frog), Aisha Jawando (Belle), Jenny O'Leary (Rapunzel)
Notes: Revamping the tales of ‘happily ever after' in an empowering all-female musical romp, Disenchanted brings together a band of not-so-merry princesses, keen to rewrite their tales as old as time. Tossing their tiaras and setting the record straight, the royal renegades are here to comically belt out the truths that fairy-tales would have preferred stayed quiet.
Cast: Maja Lösel (Narrator), Amelie Rehorz (Annabel), Tobias Vogt (Jasper), Klaus Harfmann (Edgar), Amelie Rehorz (Fay), Klaus Harfmann (Byron), Amelie Rehorz (Amelia), Maike Göbel (Priscilla), Sven Bagger (Soldier7285)
Notes: YT Rip
Cast: Johanna Spencer (Narrator), Amy Barclay (Annabel), Fraser Kelsey (Jasper), Gordon Horne (Edgar), Emma Hunter (Fay), James Sharp (Byron), Katrina McMillan (Amelia), Ruby Leslie (Priscilla), Kieran Sweeney (Soldier7285)
Notes: YT Rip. Thistle 'n' Thorn Theatre Company
Cast: Kate Young (Narrator), Oliver March (Soldier 7285/Edgar/Byron), Mike Shearer (Jasper), Lauren Osborn (Annabelle/Fay/Amelia/Priscilla), Jorge Crecis (Dancer), Faith Brandon (Puppeteer)
Notes: ProShot from two cameras. Paul Shapera on the piano (writer of the show)
Cast: Julia Hopkins (Narrator), Anna Flynn-Mekaton (Annabel), John DiFerdinando (Jasper), John O'Donnell (Edgar), Ariana Ballerini (Fay), Aubrey McKinney (Byron), Melissa Raub (Amelia), Anna Flynn-Mekaton (Priscilla), John O'Donnell (Soldier7285)
Notes: YT Rip. Manayunk Theatre Company
Cast: Pia Douwes (Elisabeth), Uwe Kröger (Der Tod), Carsten Lepper (Luigi Lucheni), André Bauer (Franz Joseph), Jesper Tydén (Kronprinz Rudolf), Gabriele Ramm (Sophie), Claus Dam (Max in Bayern), Annika Bruhns (Herzogin Ludovika)
Notes: Single cam proshot of Pia Douwes's last show. Audio not from soundboard. Includes three bows and an encore performance.
Cast: Maya Hakvoort (Elisabeth), Abla Alaoui (Junge Elisabeth), David Jakobs (Luigi Lucheni), Mark Seibert (Der Tod), André Bauer (Franz Joseph), Daniela Ziegler (Sophie), Lukas Perman (Kronprinz Rudolf), Hans Neblung (Max in Bayern), Katja Berg (Herzogin Ludovika/Frau Wolf), Niklas Pelzer (Rudolf als Kind)
Notes: Ripped straight from ORF Mediathek.
Cast: Willemijn Verkaik (Elisabeth), Christoph Goetten (Der Tod), Sergio-Maurice Vaglio (Luigi Lucheni), Jan-Martin Machler (Franz Joseph), Nico Gaik (Kronprinz Rudolf), Manuela Floryan (Sophie)
Notes: A mix of pro-shot footage of the show and lots of backstage and rehearsal shots
Cast: Pia Douwes (Elisabeth), Uwe Kröger (Der Tod), Ethan Freeman (Luigi Lucheni), Viktor Gernot (Franz Joseph), Andreas Bieber (Kronprinz Rudolf), Else Ludwig (Sophie)
Notes: Proshot of the dress-rehearsal. Multicam proshot. Permanent timestamp.
Cast: Rob Houchen (Eugene), Laura Baldwin (Janey), Daniel Buckley (Feris), Neil McDermott (Evil Lord Hector), Alex Bourne (Lex Hogan), Scott Paige (Theo), Emily Tierney (Carrie/Super Hot Lady), Simon Thomas (Gerhard/Tough Man), Christopher Ragland (Eugene's Dad/Lord Tough Man), Alison Arnopp (Space Diva/Mrs Truthstretcher), Tom Senior (Stock Jock/Laurence/Flock of Eagles Singer), Titus Rowe, Alex Tranter, Ben Darcy, Dillon Scott-Lewis, Lauren Concannon, Amy West, Sasha Wareham, Mark Hamill (Voice of Kevin the Robot)
Notes: Archive footage that was released on their Facebook during theatre closures to help raise money for Acting for Others. Ripped from the Facebook video so some quality loss but not too much.
Cast: John McCrea (Jamie New), Josie Walker (Margaret New), Lucie Shorthouse (Pritti Pasha), Phil Nichol (Hugo Battersby), Shobna Gulati (Ray), Tamsin Carroll (Miss Hedge), Luke Baker (Dean Paxton), Alex Anstey (Laika Virgin), James Gillan (Tray Sophisticay), Daniel Jacob (Sandra Bollock), Ken Christiansen (Jamie's Dad), Lauran Rae (Becca), Harriet Payne (Bex), Kirstie Skivington (Vicki), Ryan Hughes (Mickey), Jordan Cunningham (Sayid), Shiv Rabheru (Cy), Courtney Bowman (Fatimah)
Notes: Pro-Shot recorded and broadcasted live on July 5, 2018.
Cast: Ryan Ward (Ash), Danielle Meierhenry (Cheryl), Meredith Shaw (Annie/Shelly), Mike Nahrgang (Jake), Matt Olmstead (Scott), Alexandria Galante (Linda), Tim Evans (Ed/Moose)
Notes: Adapted from Sam Raimi's Evil Dead movies. Pro shot, using multiple camera's for promotional use by the producers. "Not For Duplication" appears occasionally at bottom of screen.
Cast: Sheridan Smith (Fanny Brice), Chris Peluso (Nick Arnstein), Rachel Izen (Mrs. Brice), Joshua Lay (Eddie Ryan), Zoe Ann Brown (Mrs. Meeker), Rhianne Alleyne, Kit Benjamin, Lloyd Davies, Flora Dawson, Joseph Dockree, Abigayle Honeywell, Bronte Lavine, David McIntosh, Peter Nash, Gillian Parkhouse, Tom Partridge, Nova Skipp, Alexandra Waite-Roberts, Sam Wingfield, Alexandra Wright, Myra Sands (Mrs. Strakosh), Nigel Barber (Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.), Jennifer Harding (Emma)
Notes: Professionally filmed live at the Manchester Palace Theatre. There's two common copies of this being traded, one is lower quality and windowboxed (see 1st screenshot), the other is 1080p (file is 10GB)
Cast: Oliver Tompsett (Sam Wheat), Natalie Mendoza (Molly Jensen), Sharon D. Clarke (Oda Mae Brown), Andrew Langtree (Carl Bruner), Ricardo Alonso (Willie Lopez), Sandra Marvin (Claire Brown), Melanie Marchall (Louise Brown), Claudia Cadette (Officer Wallace), David Ganly (Hospital Ghost), Matthew Robinson (Sgt. Biederman), Adrian de Gregorian, Rosalie Craig, Fiona Reyes
Notes: Proshot, stand and sing performance.
Cast: Aaron Tveit (Danny Zuko), Julianne Hough (Sandy Dumbrowski), Carlos PenaVega (Kenickie), Vanessa Hudgens (Betty Rizzo), Jordan Fisher (Doody), Carly Rae Jepsen (Frenchy), Kether Donohue (Jan), Noah Robbins (Eugene Florczyk), Elle McLemore (Patty Simcox)
Notes: TV Special aired on FOX on Jan 31 2016
Cast: Taylor Ratliff (Grindr), Noah Hartwell (Jack), Coleman Steele Cumming (Tom), Terrance Johnson (Devon), Kevin McGuire (Don)
Notes: GRINDR The Opera puts the most notorious gay hook-up app into the exaggerated world of opera. With musical styles ranging from baroque to contemporary pop, GRINDR The Opera is a daring, humorous look at the changing landscape of gay relationships, and the greatest catalyst for the shift: GRINDR. Though the opera lives in the world of parody, it touches on some very serious, hot-button issues that exist in the gay community as it transitions into a time of wider acceptance and easy access to opportunities of both romance and lust to be sated.
Cast: Imelda Staunton (Rose), Peter Davison (Herbie), Lara Pulver (Louise), Gemma Sutton (June), Dan Burton (Tulsa), Julie Legrand (Electra), Anita Louise Combe (Tessie Tura), Louise Gold (Mazeppa), Billy Hartman (Uncle Jocko), Scarlet Roche (Baby June), Lara Wollington (Baby Louise), Patrick Romer (Pop)
Notes: Note from Blvd-on-Sunset: Two versions exist. One is broadcast by the BBC, has the logo watermark at the top left corner and is being traded at 540p. The other is released by Universal Studios in 1080p on BluRay and can be found on Amazon Prime Video (UK only) Check with traders which version they own.
Cast: Danny Becker (Ralph Rackstraw), Sam Kipling (Josephine), Juan Jackson (Captain Corcoran), Jazz Evans (Dick Deadeye), Scott Armstrong (Miss Cripps “Little Buttercup”), David McKechnie (Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B.), Richard Russell Edwards (Cousin Hebe), Matthew McDonald (Boatswain), Tom Duern (Ensemble), Gareth Evans (Ensemble), Patrick Cook (Ensemble), Joshua Clayton (Ensemble), Oliver Ramsdale (Ensemble), Matthew Facchino (Ensemble), Trevor Lin (Ensemble), Zac Adlam (Ensemble)
Notes: Sasha Regan's all male H.M.S. Pinafore
Cast: Charlie Stemp (Arthur Kipps), Ian Bartholomew (Chitterlow), Devon Eloise Johnson (Ann Pornick), Emma Williams (Helen Walsingham), Vivien Parry (Mrs. Walsingham), Jane How (Lady Punnet), Alex Hope (Sid Pornick), Bethany Huckle (Flo), Callum Train (Pierce), Gerard Carey (James Walsingham/Photographer), Sam O'Rourke (Buggins)
Notes: Pro-Shot recorded in September, 2017 was broadcast on UK Sky tv on 29/12/2021 and 1/1/2022
Cast: Lin-Manuel Miranda (Alexander Hamilton), Phillipa Soo (Eliza Hamilton), Leslie Odom Jr (Aaron Burr), Renée Elise Goldsberry (Angelica Schuyler), Christopher Jackson (George Washington), Daveed Diggs (Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson), Okieriete Onaodowan (Hercules Mulligan/James Madison), Anthony Ramos (John Laurens/Philip Hamilton), Jasmine Cephas Jones (Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds), Jonathan Groff (t/r King George III), Sydney Harcourt (James Reynolds/Philip Schuyler/Doctor), Thayne Jasperson (Samuel Seabury), Jon Rua (Charles Lee), Ephraim Sykes (George Eacker), Ariana DeBose (The Bullet), Hope Easterbrook (Ensemble), Carleigh Bettiol (Ensemble), Sasha Hutchings (Ensemble), Elizabeth Judd (Ensemble), Austin Smith (Ensemble), Seth Stewart (Ensemble)
Notes: The film is edited together from three performances of Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City between June 26 and 28, 2016 with the original principal Broadway cast members, prior to the departure of Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., Phillipa Soo and Ariana DeBose from the production, combined with a few "setup shots" recorded without an audience present. ADMIN NOTE: Only to be listed as "June, 2016".
Cast: Ailsa Davidson (Veronica Sawyer), Simon Gordon (Jason 'J.D' Dean), Maddison Firth (Heather Chandler), Vivian Panka (Heather Duke), Teleri Hughes (Heather McNamara), Mhairi Angus (Martha Dunnstock), Rory Phelan (Ram Sweeney), Liam Doyle (Kurt Kelly), Vicki Lee Taylor (Ms. Fleming/Veronica's Mom), Andy Brady (Veronica's Dad/Principal Gowan/Ram's Dad), Oliver Brooks (Coach Ripper/Big Bud Dean/Kurt's Dad), Benjamin Karran (Beleaguered Geek), Christopher Parkinson (Hipster Dork/Officer McCord), Eleanor Morrison-Halliday (Young Republicanette), Hannah Lowther (New Wave Party Girl), Jermaine Woods (Preppy Stud/Officer Milner), Mary-Jean Caldwell (Stoner Chick), May Tether (Drama Club Drama Queen)
Notes: Pro-shot filmed in May 2022 with the Off-West End cast, and released on September 16th, 2022. Originally released on Roku. Veronica Sawyer does her best to survive her senior year while navigating the beautiful but cruel Heathers, the new to school Jason "J.D." Dean, and the constant pressure to fit in with everyone else
Cast: Haley Rosenthal (Veronica), Zachariah Sterner (J.D.), Kendyl Van Kirk (Heather Chandler), Emily Eidman (Heather Duke), Olivia Foght (Heather McNamara), Riley Parkhurst (Ram Sweeney), Adam Medina (Kurt Kelly), Hannah Hanson (Martha Dunnstock), Danielle Moser (Ms. Fleming), Tim Rosenthal (Ram's Dad), Beau Meyer (Kurt's Dad), Danielle Moser (Veronica's Mum), Beau Meyer (Veronica's Dad)
Notes: Tri-pod from center rear orchestra, mix of whole-stage and mid-shots, soundboard.
Cast: John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig), Rebecca Naomi Jones (Yitzhak), Justin Craig (Skszp), Peter Yanowitz (Schlatko), Tim Mislock (Krzyzhtoff), Matt Duncan (Jacek)
Notes: Multi-camera Pro-Shot of one of John's last performances and one of Rebecca's firsts, filmed over 3 days (April 24-26, 2015). This is a “Crate Show”, originally posted on YouTube with a watermark on the bottom right corner.
Cast: Hannah Waddingham (Witch), Mark Hadfield (Baker), Jenna Russell (Baker's Wife), Helen Dallimore (Cinderella), Beverly Rudd (Little Red Riding Hood), Ben Stott (Jack), Michael Xavier (Wolf/Cinderella's Prince), Simon Thomas (Rapunzel's Prince), Billy Boyle (Mysterious Man), Marilyn Cutts (Jack's Mother), Gaye Brown (Cinderella's Stepmother), Amy Ellen Richardson (Florinda), Amy Griffiths (Lucinda), Mark Goldthorp (Steward), Alice Fearn (Rapunzel), Alice Fearn (Sleeping Beauty), Dame Judi Dench (Giant's voice)
Notes: Sept 9/10, 2010. Exists in 2 versions, one is a DT rip, in 720p and low bitrate sound and video, and and Amazon rip in 1080p and high bitrate sound and video. Ask traders.
Cast: Liam Neeson (The Journalist), Marti Pellow (The Sung Thoughts of The Journalist), Will Stapleton (The Voice of Humanity), Rickey Wilson (The Artilleryman), Jason Donovan (Parson Nathaniel), Kerry Ellis (Beth), Anna-Marie Wayne (Carrie), Michael Falzon (Nasa Controller/William Rowland/Jerome Marvin Krauth), Lily Osborne (Vera May), Lewis MacLeod (Martian Voices)
Cast: David Hasselhoff (Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde), Coleen Sexton (Lucy Harris), Andrea Rivette (Lisa/Emma Carew), George Merritt (Gabriel John Utterson), Robert Jensen (Simon Stride), Corinne Melançon (Lady Beaconsfield), Martin Van Treuren (Lord Savage), Stuart Marland (General Lord Glossop), Bill E Dietrich (Sir Archibald Proops/Spider), David Chaney (Bisset)
Notes: Filmed live on stage at the Plymouth Theatre - now the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre and distributed commercially.
Cast: Jeremy Jordan
Notes: Broadway's Jeremy Jordan, known for his powerful voice and provocative storytelling, returns to the stage with his most ambitious and personal performance to date. Equal parts humor and heartache, Carry On takes us deep into Jeremy's new life as a father. Unpacking and attempting to reconcile his own complicated childhood, Jeremy soon discovers there is more to being a parent than he could have ever imagined. Featuring an array of musical styles, as well as some never-before-heard songs, Carry On has been thoughtfully reimagined for the virtual stage after winning multiple awards for its premiere at Feinstein's/54 Below just over a year ago. Featuring musical direction by Benjamin Rauhala.
Cast: John Legend (Jesus Christ), Jason Tam (Peter Patrone), Brandon Victor Dixon (Judas Iscariot), Sara Bareilles (Mary Magdalene), Ben Daniels (Pontius Pilate), Norm Lewis (Caiaphas), Jin Ha (Annas), Alice Cooper (King Herod)
Cast: Killian Donnelly (Charlie Price), Matt Henry (Lola), Natalie McQueen (Lauren), Cordelia Farnworth (Nicola), Sean Needham (Don), Antony Reed (George), Abbey Addams, Momar Diagne, Ben Jennings, Robert Jones, David Haydn, Keith Higham, Ben Larcombe, Rio Lewis, Suzie McAdam, Jude Muir, Christopher Parkinson, Hannah Price, Kayleb Rene-gray, Tom Scanlon, Samson Wakayu, Fred Wilcox, Olivia Winterflood, Jordan Fox (Harry), Anna Stolli (Trish), Robert Grose (Simon Sr.), Graham Kent (Mr. Price), Jonathan Carlton (Richard Bailey), Rosie Glossop (Pat), Emma Odell (Milan Stage Manager), Charlie Underhill (Young Charlie), Temba Mliswa (Young Lola), Jak Allen-Anderson (Angel #1), Jed Berry (Angel #2), Louis Clarke-Clare (Angel #3), Daniel Downing (Angel #4), Jemal Felix (Angel #5), Jon Reynolds (Angel #6)
Notes: Pro-shot. Filmed live on stage at the Adelphi Theatre (London, England) and distributed commercially.
Cast: Audra McDonald (Billie Holiday), Shelton Becton (Jimmy Powers)
Notes: The 2014 Broadway production was filmed at the Cafe Brasil in New Orleans and broadcast on HBO on March 12, 2016. Audra McDonald received a 2016 Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role in the broadcast. Nice pro shot!
Cast: Michael C Hall (Newton), Sophia Anne Caruso (Newton's Muse / The Girl), Michael Esper (Valentine), Amy Lennox (Elly), Richard Hansell (Zach), Jamie Muscato (Ben), Tom Parsons (Michael), Julie Yamannee (Maemi), Maimuna Memon (Teenage Girl 1), Gabrielle Brooks (Teenage Girl 2), Sydnie Christmas (Teenage Girl 3)
Notes: Pro-Shot filmed live in London in 2016. Streamed from January 8-10, 2021 in honor of David Bowie's birthday.
Cast: Carrie St. Louis (Elle Woods), Dan DeLuca (Emmett Forrest), Bobby Conte Thornton (Warner Huntington III), Haven Burton (Paulette), Raven Thomas (Vivienne Kensington), Tracy Jai Edwards (Brooke Wyndham/Shandi), Ed Watts (Professor Callahan), Delaney Westfall (Margot), Amber Ardolino (Serena), Shea Renne (Pilar), Darius Wright (Kyle/Grandmaster Chad/Dewey), Gwynne Wood (Veronica/Enid), Jessica Kundla, Salome Smith, Esteban Suero, Lauren Urso, Sonya Venugopal, Jonathan Young
Cast: Laura Bell Bundy (Elle Woods), Christian Borle (Emmett Forrest), Richard H. Blake (Warner Huntington III), Orfeh (Paulette), Kate Shindle (Vivienne Kensington), Nikki Snelson (Brooke Wyndham/Shandi), Michael Rupert (Professor Callahan), Annaleigh Ashford (Margot), Tracy Jai Edwards (Serena), Asmeret Ghebremichael (Pilar), Andy Karl (Kyle/Grandmaster Chad/Dewey), Natalie Joy Johnson (Veronica/Enid), Kate Wetherhead (Kate/Chutney)
Notes: MTV Proshot, Broadcast October 13th and October 14th 2007. There are two main formats that circulate of this pro-shot: VOBs with smalls and a remastered/upscaled MP4 - check with traders what format they have!
Cast: Kelly Felthous (Elle Woods), Barrett Hall (Emmett Forrest), Will Ray (Warner Huntington III), Gaelen Gilliland (Paulette), Kate Loprest (Vivienne Kensington), Taryn Darr (Brooke Wyndham/Shandi), Paul Jackel (Professor Callahan), Sara Andreas (Margot), Tiffany Engen (Serena), Allysa Shorte (Pilar), Trish LaRose (Veronica/Enid)
Notes: Performed in the round, one camera on a tripod and sound patched in from the soundboard.
Cast: Kiely Mugford (Lizzie Borden), Emma Ratshin (Emma Borden), Willa Grimes (Alice Russell), Dominique Manuel (Bridget Sullivan)
Notes: This is a proshot/house cam that the production company (Amherst College Green Room) has posted online in full 1080p resolution.
Cast: Ramin Karimloo (The Phantom), Sierra Boggess (Christine Daaé), Joseph Millson (Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny), Liz Robertson (Madame Giry), Summer Strallen (Meg Giry)
Notes: House cam pro-shot. Pre-changes. Mic seems to cut out toward the end of "The Beauty Underneath" but is back by "The Phantom Confronts Christine."
Cast: Lea Salonga (Kim), Will Chase (Chris), Leo Valdez (The Engineer), Ronn Smith (John), Lisa Capps (Ellen), Isay Alvarez (Gigi), Robert Sena (Thuy)
Notes: Multi-Cam Pro-shot, in English. Says "For preview purposes only. Not for commercial use" during the entire video at the bottom of the screen. 2 versions floating around. A complete version, normally at a higher video quality. Also a incomplete version, the last 10 minutes substituted from a bootleg recording with a different cast. Screenshots to compare.
Cast: Catherine Tate (Beatrice), David Tennant (Benedick), Sarah MacRae (Hero), Tom Bateman (Claudio), Jonathan Coy (Leonato), Adam James (Don Pedro), Elliot Levey (Don John), Natalie Thomas (Margaret), John Ramm (Dogberry), Alex Beckett (Borachio), Mike Grady (Verges), Clive Hayward (Friar Francis), Anna Farnworth (Innogen), Lee Knight (Conrad), Kathryn Hunt (Ursula), Mario Marin-Borquez (Boy)
Cast: Diana Vickers (Eurydice), Zoe Birkett (Miss M), Amy Di Bartolomeo (Tisiphone), Eloise Davies (Clotho), Lauren Ellis-Steele (Mel), Joel Harper-Jackson (Orpheus), Jaymi Hensley (Roro), Jodie Jacobs (Atropos), Laura Johnson (Megaera), Shekinah McFarlane (Alecto), Jodie Steele (Lachesis), Alice Martin (Pandora), Matthew McKenna (Hades), Nathan Vaughan-Harris (TDog), Damien Walsh (Theseus)
Notes: Pro-shot originally posted on Youtube.
Cast: Christiane Noll (Diana), David Harris (Dan), John Cardoza (Gabe), Maya Keleher (Natalie), Nick Sacks (Henry), JD Daw (Dr. Fine/Dr. Madden)
Notes: Beautiful multicam proshot archive for theatre. Rebroadcast in 2020 during quarantine, introduction and watermark at bottom of screen. Really, a very nice, beautiful video.
Cast: Hugh Jackman (Curly McLain), Josefina Gabrielle (Laurey Williams), Maureen Lipman (Aunt Eller), Jimmy Johnston (Will Parker), Stuart Milligan (Cord Elam), Shuler Hensley (Jud Fry), Vicki Simon (Ado Annie), Peter Polycarpou (Ali Hakim), Rebecca Thornhill (Gertie Cummings), Sydney Livingstone (Andrew Carnes), Philip Cox (Mike), Fergus Logan
Notes: National theatre production starring Hugh Jackman. Mostly filmed in a studio with partial scenes filmed at the Olivier stage. Note from Blvd-on-Sunset: There exists a 17GB direct BluRay rip (REMUX) of this recording along with subtitles.
Cast: Henry Shields (Chris/George and Hook), Greg Tannahill (Jonathan/Peter Pan), Nancy Zamit (Annie/Mary, Lisa, Tinkerbell and Tigerlily), Charlie Russell (Sandra/Wendy), Dave Hearn (Max/Michael and Crocodile), Jonathan Sayer (Dennis/John and Smee), Henry Lewis (Robert/Nana and Starkey), Chris Leask (Trevor Watson), David Suchet (Francis/Narrator), Ellie Morris (Lucy/Tootles), Bryony Corrigan (Cornley Crew Member), Niall Ransome (Cornley Crew Member), Harry Kershaw (BBC Crew Member), Michael Bodie (Paramedic), Adam Meggido (Park Keeper)
Notes: Mischief Theatre 2016 BBC Special proshot.
Cast: Blake Patrick Anderson (Mark Cohen), Tom Francis (Roger Davis), Maiya Quansah-Breed (Mimi Márquez), Alex Thomas-Smith (Angel Dumott Schunard), Dom Hartley-Harris (Tom Collins), Millie O'Connell (Maureen Johnson), Jocasta Almgill (Joanne Jefferson), Ahmed Hamad (Benjamin Coffin III), Isaac Hesketh, Allie Daniel, Kayla Carter, B Terry
Cast: Tiffany Tatreau (Ocean O'Connell Rosenburg), Lillian Castillo (Constance Blackwood), Kholby Wardell (Noel Gruber), Gus Halper (Mischa Bachinski), Alex Wyse (Ricky Potts), Emily Rohm (Jane Doe), Karl Hamilton (The Amazing Karnak)
Notes: Archival from the MCC production circa 2016. This was filmed after Taylor Louderman was fired from the show.
Cast: Anya Evans (Tina), Kim Maresca (Judy), Tracie Bennett (Lita Encore), Harriet Thorpe (Myrna Thorn / Reporter), Jason Gardiner (Sylvia), Lara Denning (Betty Lerman / Louise)
Notes: Pro-Shot. Can be streamed on BroadwayHD.
Cast: Edward Watts (Adam), Kim Huber (Milly)
Notes: Beautiful production filmed using one camera on a tripod. Great color and clarity. There are commercial promos for the show with pro shot clips before the actual show. 2 DVDs. A+
Cast: Candace Furbert (Catherine of Aragon), Bryony Duncan (s/w Anne Boleyn), Hazel Karooma-Brooker (Anne Boleyn), Caitlin Tipping (Jane Seymour), Sophie Golden (Anna of Cleves), Alicia Corrales-Connor (Katherine Howard), Viquichele Cross (Catherine Parr)
Notes: Video ends mid-way through "Six". It's a bit grainy and there is minimal spotlight washout but definitely watchable. Audio is perfectly clear. From the first tech run through, with no audience. Hazel had lost her voice, so she did the choreography while the audio was provided by Bryony Duncan backstage. The cast is amazing and at the top of their game. In 2 MP4 files (7.91 GB/1:06:54).
Cast: Mone Kamishiraishi (Chihiro), Kotaro Daigo (Haku), Koharu Sugawara (No Face), Miyu Sakihi (Lin/Chihiro's Mother), Tomorowo Taguchi (Kamajî), Romi Park (Yubaba/Zeniba), Kenya Osumi (Aniyaku/Chihiro's Father), Sunao Yoshimura (Chichiyaku), Obata no Oniisan (Aogaeru)
Notes: Toho proshot originally streamed on Hulu Japan. This was pre-filmed in Tokyo sometime between February and March. There is a 1080p screen recording originally uploaded to Bilibili. There's a slight framerate mismatch on this version. There is also a rarer very limited trade (4:1) higher quality direct stream rip.
Cast: Kanna Hashimoto (Chihiro), Hiroki Miura (Haku), Tomohiko Tsujimoto (No Face), Fu Hinami (Lin/Chihiro's Mother), Satoshi Hashimoto (Kamajî), Mari Natsuki (Yubaba/Zeniba), Kenya Osumi (Aniyaku/Chihiro's Father), Sunao Yoshimura (Chichiyaku), Obata no Oniisan (Aogaeru)
Notes: Toho proshot originally streamed on Hulu Japan. This was a live broadcast from Nagoya. There is a 1080p screen recording originally uploaded to Bilibili. There's a slight framerate mismatch on this version. There is also a rarer very limited trade (4:1) higher quality direct stream rip.
Cast: Burgess Byrd (Fräulein Großebüstenhalter, Father Kaulbach, Frau Bessell), Christopher Duclos (Reinhold), Holden Evans (Ulbrecht), Daniel Cagle (Otto), Rhys Carr (Ernst), Lozza Cole (Ilse), Megan Collina (Wendla), Shelley Delaney (Fräulein Knuppeldick, Schmidt), Daniel C. Dennis (Herr Neumann, Herr Stiefel), Ken Early (Doctor Von Brausepulver, Herr Knochenbruch), Brian David Evans (Herr Gabor, Herr Rilow, Herr Sonnenstich), Forrest Haasl (Dieter), Sean McGlynn (Hanschen), Kelly Mengelkoch (Frau Bergman, Frau Gabor), Nathan Napoli (Georg), Timothy Oh (Rupert), Tommy Page (Melchior), Sarah Riley (Thea), Taylor Robers (Martha), Genevieve Shaftel (Anna), Robby Yoho (Moritz), Caroline Donato, Adriana Holst, Lauren Janoschka, Julia Kuzmich, Bradley Nolan, Anna Rambo, Oliver Runyon, Molly Tucker
Cast: George Hearn (Sweeney Todd), Angela Lansbury (Mrs. Lovett), Cris Groenendaal (Anthony Hope), Betsy Joslyn (Johanna), Edmund Lyndeck (Judge Turpin), Ken Jennings (Tobias Ragg), Calvin Remsberg (Beadle Bamford), Sara Woods (Beggar Woman), Sal Mistretta (Adolfo Pirelli), Michael Kalinyen (Jonas Fogg)
Notes: Commercial proshot video. Often mislabelled as being September 12th, 1982, HOWEVER, that is when it aired on PBS, not when it was recorded.
Cast: Michael Ball (Sweeney Todd), Imelda Staunton (Mrs. Lovett), Luke Brady (Anthony Hope), Lucy May Barker (Johanna), John Bowe (Judge Turpin), James McConville (Tobias Ragg), Peter Polycarpou (Beadle Bamford), Gillian Kirkpatrick (Beggar Woman), Rob Burt (Adolfo Pirelli)
Notes: Fixed house-cam recording of the 2012 West End revival at Adelphie Theatre. There is a copy with press footage inserted for A Little Priest and Epiphany. Unsure if there is unaltered footage circulating; check with traders. Commonly traded as 2011, but the West End production did not open until March, 2012.
Cast: Elisha Ainsley (Rapunzel), Nick Pankuch (Flynn Rider), Katie Whetsell (Mother Gothel)
Notes: Multi-cam pro-shot of the Disney Cruise production of Tangled. 8.37 GB edited file available (without the text "Previously recorded", which originally appears several times throughout the video)
Cast: Ashley Day (u/s Elder Price), Jared Gertner (Elder Cunningham), Alexia Khadime (Nabulungi), Stephen Ashfield (Elder McKinley), Giles Terera (Mafala Hatimbi), Haydn Oakley (Mission President), Chris Jarman (General)
Notes: Filmed by house camera, full stage shot with no zooms, picture quality is poor but audio is clear recorded through the soundboard.
Cast: Bob Martin (Man in Chair), Summer Strallen (Janet van de Graaf), Elaine Paige (The Drowsy Chaperone), John Partridge (Robert Martin), Joseph Alessi (Aldolpho)
Notes: Proshot, a producers archive of the final dress rehearsal, shot on a tripod with zoom There are two minutes missing: one-minute immediately before “Stumble Along” and another immediately after “Love is Always Lovely” (missing the announcement of the Chaperone's engagement)
Cast: Louis Maskell (Grinpayne), Julian Bleach (Barkilphedro), Sean Kingsley (Ursus), Audrey Brisson (Dea), Gloria Onitiri (Josiana), Ewan Black (Trelaw/Osric), Stuart Neal (Dirry-Moir), Patrycja Kujawska (Queen Angelica), Gloria Obianyo (Mother/Quake)
Notes: Streamed on Bristol Old Vic YouTube Channel. Available in 4K.
Cast: Peter Ashmore (Shere Khan / Violin & Keys), Alexander Bean (Kaa / Councilor Wolf / Drum Kit, Percussion & Keys), Philippa Hogg (Bagheera / Violin & Keys), Guido Garcia Leuches (Tabaqui / Ukulele & Keys), Rowena Lennon (Baloo / Recorder & Keys), Karishma Young (Mowgli / Keys)
Notes: Includes VTT subtitles
Cast: Kelli O'Hara (Anna Leonowens), Ken Watanabe (King of Siam), Ruthie Ann Miles (Lady Thiang), Na-Young Jeon (Tuptim), Dean John-Wilson (Lun Tha), Edward Baker-Duly (Sir Edward Ramsey), Jon Chew (Prince Chulalongkorn), Edward Baker-Duly (Captain Orton), Billy Marlow (Louis Leonowens), Takao Osawa (Kralahome), William Michael Lee (Phra Alack)
Notes: Ruthie uses a walking stick throughout to aid her recovery from a previous car accident and loss of her two children. She gives an amazing performance.
Cast: Danny Becker (Jamie Wellerstein), Lauren Samuels (Cathy Hiatt)
Notes: Virtual lockdown performance, streamed online by The Other Palace on June 25-27, recorded at an earlier date. https://lwtheatres.co.uk/whats-on/the-last-five-years/
Cast: Julie Walters (Judy), Helen McCrory (Libby), Rory Kinnear (Nick), Taron Egerton (Daniel), Isabella Laughland (Summer), Matthew Marsh (Peter)
Cast: Rafael Casal, Adrienne Warren, Danny Burstein, Rob McClure, James Monroe Iglehart, Lesli Margherita, Nik Walker
Notes: A one-night-only Halloween benefit concert presentation of the music from the Tim Burton / Danny Elfman 1993 classic film The Nightmare Before Christmas.
Cast: Dimitri Anufriev, Evgenny But, Sergei Dudakov, Rinat Farkhotdinov, Svetlana Fransousova, Elena Garanina, Oleg Gorshkov, Elexei Kislitsyn, Andrei Lipanov, Oleg Makarov, Ekaterina Murugova, Svetlana Nalimova, Yaroslava Natchaeva, Natalia Pestova, Svetlana Raichlina, Larissa Selezneva, Sergei Smirnov, Valeri Spiridinov, Natalia Tserievskaya, Iouri Tchesnichenko, Stanislav Voituk, Tatiana Voituk
Notes: Commercially released pro-shot.
Cast: Marc Akinfolarin (Sergeant of Police), Michael Burgen (Samuel), Leon Craig (Ruth), Lee Greenaway (Connie), Dominic Harbison (Kate), Sam Kipling (Edith), David McKechnie (Major General), Alan Richardson (Mabel), Richard Russell Edwards (Isabel), Oliver Savile (Pirate King), Tom Senior (Frederic), Benjamin Vivian-Jones, Daniel Miles, James Chidzey, Tom Duern, Joel Elferink, Matthew Facchino"
Notes: Regan's All-male The Pirates of PenzanceSasha Regan's award-winning All-male Company are set to lift everyone's spirits with a pre-Christmas treat in their new West End pirate's cove.
Cast: Robyn McIntyre (Phyllis), David Fallon (Peter), Gina Jamieson (Bobby), Kate Hampson (Mother / Mrs Perks), Niall Costigan (Father / Mr Perks), Claire Storey (Cook / Mrs Viney), Daniel Reid-Walters (Mr. Schepansky / Butler / Jim), Guy Burgess (Doctor / Old Gentleman), Katie Norris (Ensemble), Sophie Bevan (Ensemble)
Notes: Join Bobby, Peter and Phyllis in this warm-hearted, uplifting tale of hope, friendship and family. With their Father gone, the family is forced to leave their comfortable home in London. Here in Yorkshire they experience a life of adventure by the railway, whilst struggling to make ends meet. Through the kindness and generosity of friends and neighbours they continue to have faith that it'll all come right in the end.
Cast: Richard O'Brien (The Narrator), Stephen Fry (g/p The Narrator), Anthony Head (g/p The Narrator), Emma Bunton (g/p The Narrator), Adrian Edmondson (g/p The Narrator), David Bedella (Dr. Frank-N-Furter), Kristian Lavercombe (Riff Raff), Ben Forster (Brad Majors), Haley Flaherty (Janet Weiss), Dominic Andersen (Rocky), Jayde Westaby (Magenta/Usherette), Sophie Linder-Lee (Columbia), Richard Meek (Eddie/Dr Scott)
Notes: Pro-Shot. UK Theatrical Live Cinema Screening. Uncensored Version. Includes interviews with audience members and cast/crew before the show and during intermission. There are also special guest narrators - Richard O'Brien, Stephen Fry, Anthony Head, Adrian Edmondson, Emma Bunton, and Mel Giedroyc. The subtitles provided only sync to the original video screened in cinemas, not to the cut-down TV rips.
Cast: Tom Bales (Footman) Nicola Blackman (Isobel Grammaticous/Mrs Arno), Dawn Hope (Lamia Lyddeker), Vicki Lee Taylor (Nanny), Mary Moore (Eva Gottel), Marc Pickering (Fabian Lyddeker), Ryan Pidgin (Butler), Yazdan Qafouri (Erik Sondersson), Kayleigh Thadani (Maid), David Thaxton (Johan Gottel)
Notes: Recorded between February 12-February 14.
Cast: Carrie Underwood (Maria Rainer), Stephen Moyer (Captain Georg Von Trapp), Audra McDonald (The Mother Abbess), Laura Benanti (Elsa Schraeder), Christian Borle (Max Detweiler), Ariane Rinehart (Liesel Von Trapp), Jessica Molaskey (Sister Berthe), Christiane Noll (Sister Margaretta), Elena Shaddow (Sister Sophia), Michael Nigro (Friedrich), Ella Watts-Gorman (Louisa), Sophia Anne Caruso (Brigitta), Joe West (Kurt), Grace Rundhaug (Marta), Peyton Ella (Gretl), Sean Cullen (Franz), Michael Campayno (Rolf Gruber), Kristine Nielsen (Frau Schmidt), CJ Wilson (Herr Zeller), John Bolger (Admiral von Schreiber)
Cast: Tarinn Callender, Lucie Jones, Carrie Hope Fletcher, Oliver Ormson, Jodie Steele, Matt Henry, Jenna Russell
Notes: Tarinn Callender (Come From Away/Hamilton) singing "On Broadway" from Smokey Joe's Cafe Lucie Jones (Waitress) singing "Maybe This Time" from Cabaret Carrie Hope Fletcher (Les Miserables) & Oliver Ormson (Back to the Future/The Addams Family) singing "Suddenly Seymour" from Little Shop of Horrors Jodie Steele (Six) singing "Heaven On Their Minds" from Jesus Christ Superstar Matt Henry (Kinky Boots) singing "Let It Sing" from Violet Jenna Russell singing "The Ladies Who Lunch" from CompanyGift on request.
Cast: Jordan Shaw, Aimie Atkinson, Sophie Isaacs, Bradley Jaden, Ria Jones, Josh Piterman, Linzi Hateley, Trevor Dion Nicholas
Notes: Jordan Shaw (The Scottsboro Boys) singing "Transylvania Mania" from Young Frankenstein Aimie Atkinson (Pretty Woman/Six) singing "Dead Mom" from Beetlejuice Sophie Isaacs (Six) & Bradley Jaden (Les Miserables) singing "Life After Life" from Dracula The Musical Ria Jones (Gypsy) singing "Last Midnight" from Into The Woods Josh Piterman (Phantom of the Opera) singing "Confrontation" from Jekyll & Hyde Linzi Hateley (Blood Brothers) singing "When There's No One" from Carrie Trevor Dion Nicholas (Hamilton) singing "Time Warp" from The Rocky Horror ShowGift on request.
Cast: Shan Ako, Alex Gaumond, Rob Houchen, Francesca Jackson, Aisha Jawando, John Owen-Jones
Notes: Shan Ako (Les Misérables) singing "I'll Cover You (Reprise)" from Rent Alex Gaumond (Legally Blonde, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels) singing "Le Monde est Stone" from Starmania Rob Houchen (Light in the Piazza, Les Misérables) singing "Gethsemene" from Jesus Christ Superstar Francesca Jackson (Tina: The Musical, I'd Do Anything) singing "Forgiven" from Jagged Little Pill Aisha Jawando (Tina: The Musical) singing "Acid Queen" from The Who's Tommy John Owen-Jones (Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera) singing "Pity the Child" from ChessGift on request.
Cast: Matt Croke, Tosh Wanogho-Maud, Sophie Louise Dann, Cassidy Janson, Rachel John, Zizi Strallen, Manon Taris
Notes: Matt Croke (Aladdin) and Tosh Wanogho-Maud (Dreamgirls) singing "Happy Holidays" and "Let's Start The New Year Right" from Holiday Inn Sophie Louise Dann (The Girls) singing "We need a little Christmas" from Mame Cassidy Janson (Beautiful, &Juliet) singing "White Christmas" from Irving Berlin's White Christmas Rachel John (Hamilton) singing "Brand New Day" from The Wiz Zizi Strallen (Mary Poppins) singing "Turkey Lurkey Time" from Promises Promises Manon Taris singing "Ave Maria Païen" from Notre Dame de Paris The Café Four and graduates from the ArtsEd class of 2020 sing “Seasons of Love” from RentGift on request.
Cast: Freddie Fox, Gary Wilmot, Alyn Hawke, Emily Langham, Bonnie Langford, Mazz Murray, Marisha Wallace
Notes: Freddie Fox (An Ideal Husband) singing "Willkomen" and "Money" from Cabaret Gary Wilmot singing (Prince of Egypt, Anything Goes) "Luck Be a Lady" from Guys & Dolls Alyn Hawke (Follies) & Emily Langham (Hello Dolly) singing "Put On A Happy Face" from Bye Bye Birdie Bonnie Langford (9 to 5, 42nd Street) singing "I Get A Kick Out of You" from Anything Goes Mazz Murray (Mamma Mia!) singing "Everything's Coming Up Roses" from Gypsy Marisha Wallace (Dreamgirls, Hairspray) singing "Somewhere" from West Side StoryGift on request.
Cast: Jack Malin, Danny Mac, Layton Williams, Amber Davies, Jade Davies, Kerry Ellis, Katie Deacon
Notes: Jack Malin and The New Café Five singing "There's No Business Like Show Business" from Annie Get Your Gun Danny Mac and team singing "Moving Too Fast" from The Last Five Years Layton Williams singing "Hold Me In Your Heart" from Kinky Boots Amber Davies and Jade Davies singing "Who Will Love Me As I Am" and "I Will Never Leave You" from Side Show Kerry Ellis singing "Always Starting Over" from If/Then Katie Deacon singing "Music and the Mirror" from A Chorus LineGift on request.
Cast: Michael Xavier, Daniel Koek, Amara Okereke, Josefina Gabrielle, Caroline Sheen, Tavio Wright, Ethlinn Rose
Notes: Sneak peek into the upcoming production of Carousel with rehearsal footage. Michael Xavier (Miss Saigon/My Fair Lady/Phantom of the Opera/Oklahoma!/Sound of Music) singing "Climb Every Mountain" from The Sound of Music, and "You'll Never Walk Alone" from Carousel Daniel Koek (Les Misérables) singing "This Nearly Was Mine" from South Pacific Amara Okereke (Les Misérables) singing "Love, Look Away" from Flower Drum Song Josefina Gabrielle (Merrily We Roll Along/Sweet Charity) singing "The Gentleman is a Dope" from Allergro Caroline Sheen (Mary Poppins/City of Angels) singing "Whistle a Happy Tune" from The King and I Tavio Wright and Ethlinn Rose (ArtsEd Graduates) singing "Sixteen Going On Seventeen" from The Sound of MusicGift on request.
Cast: Alice Fearn, Louise Dearman, Christine Allado, Melanie La Barrie, Stewart Clarke, Jo Eaton-Kent
Notes: Alice Fearn (Wicked/Come From Away) singing "It's An Art" from Working Louise Dearman (Wicked/Kiss Me Kate) singing "Meadowlark" from The Baker's Wife Christine Allado (Prince of Egypt/Hamilton) singing "Dream Big" from Making Magic Melanie La Barrie (Wicked/Les Misérables) singing "Prepare Ye / Beautiful City" from Godspell Stewart Clarke (Fiddler on the Roof/Be More Chill) singing "Dream Big" from Making Magic Jo Eaton-Kent (The Watch) singing "I'm Not That Girl" from WickedGift on request.
Cast: Rufus Hound (Toad), Craig Mather (Mole), Simon Lipkin (Rat), Neil McDermott (Chief Weasel), Gary Wilmot (Badger), Denise Welch (Mrs. Otter / Barge Woman), Emilie du Leslay (Portia), Joshua Gannon, James Gant, Evan James, Michael Larcombe, Bethany Linsdell, Chris Aukett, Rosanna Bates, Joel Baylis, Jenna Boyd, Abigail Brodie, Jorell Coiffic-Kamall, Nicole Deon, Ryan Pidgen, Adam Vaughan, Georgie Westall, Natalie Woods
Cast: Lucie Jones (Martha Percy), Oliver Tompsett (Robert Catesby), Daniel Boys (King James), Waylon Jacobs (John Wright), Bradley Jaden (Thomas Percy), Emmanuel Kojo (Thomas Wintour), Rebecca LaChance (Anne Vaux), Cedric Neal (Earl Of Northumberland), Sharon Rose (Eleanor Brooksby), Debris Stevenson (Narrator)
Cast: Christine Dwyer (Jenna), Maiesha McQueen (Becky), Jessie Shelton (Dawn), Steven Good (Dr. Pomatter), Jeremy Morse (Ogie), Ryan G Dunkin (Cal), Larry Marshall (Joe), Matt DeAngelis (Earl), Rheaume Crenshaw (Nurse Norma), Alex Tripp (Francine Pomatter), Grace Stockdale (Mother), Gerianne Perez
Notes: Filmed with one stationary camera that zooms in and out on the actors. Sound patched in from soundboard. Act 1 only. 720p.
Cast: Bailey McCall (Jenna), Kennedy Salters (Becky), Gabriella Marzetta (Dawn), David Socolar (Dr. Pomatter), Brian Lundy (Ogie), Jake Mills (Cal), Michael R Douglass (Joe), Clayton Howe (Earl), Jerica Exum (Nurse Norma)
Notes: Housecam footage of a dress rehearsal, filmed with one stationary camera that zooms in and out on the actors. Sound patched in from soundboard (dialogue is taken from the housecam and sometimes the soundboard and songs are almost always soundboarded). At this point the cast hadn't played in front of a paying audience ever and were still rehearsing lines so keep that in mind. Also Lulu is not in this rehearsal, so the cast imagine interacting with her (for those who haven't seen the show, she's a character who comes out in the last 5 minutes so you won't miss much).
Cast: William Nickles (Galileo), Lauren McCombs (Scaramouche) Tamika Tyan (Killer Queen), Jason Cooper (Khashoggi), Myranda Thomas (Oz) Landon Sholar (Brit), Adam Byrd (Buddy), Shelby Brown, Corie Caudill, Olivia Duff, Scott Goodman, Hannah Lechleiter, Charlie Meredith, Julie Riehm McGuffey, Aaron Roitman, Remy Sisk, Hannah Thomas
Notes: After over a year of not producing any mainstage theatre, Acting Against Cancer is back and ready to rock! With safety still the top priority for all, this will be a virtual musical, but it's no sit-and-sing on Zoom! This is a full on production with wild effects, catchy choreography and above all, some killer music! “We Will Rock You” is a futuristic musical set to the songs of the legendary band Queen. Apropos to 2021, the show depicts a dystopian world where life is lived online and the world is controlled by a social media technology corporation. It's up to a small band of bohemians to rise up against the Killer Queen and restore music and culture to the world! Set to such iconic songs as “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “We Are the Champions,” “Another One Bites the Dust,” “Radio Ga Ga” and more, “We Will Rock You is an outrageous good time that helps serve as a reminder to enjoy life in the real world.
Cast: Victoria Matlock (s/b Elphaba), Kendra Kassebaum (Glinda), Nicolas Dromard (u/s Fiyero), P.J. Benjamin (The Wizard), Alma Cuervo (Madame Morrible), Jennifer Waldman (Nessarose), Kirk McDonald (Boq), K. Todd Freeman (Doctor Dillamond)
Notes: Pro-shot from the house camera. Mid-stage shot, so the entire set fills the entire screen, no zooms.
Notes: An unofficial production of Wicked. Decent leads (Elphaba is really good, but they lowered the key for DG for her). The staging is extremely different and quite toned down. House-cam video, though audio isn't from the soundboard. YT rip.
Cast: Henry McNulty (Frederick Frankenstein), Drake Haren (The Monster), Chris Hansen (Igor), Aubree Peterson (Inga), Christina Coty (Elizabeth Benning), Rebecca Craven (Frau Blücher), Rob Reiss (Inspector Hans Kemp/Harold the Hermit)
Notes: Performed between May 17 – June 16, 2019, live-streamed to Facebook as a result of the novel coronavirus.