Once In A Lifetime: The Anthony Newley Collection. Bmg/Razor & Tie; ASIN: B000002ZBK
Best Of Anthony Newley. Gnp/Crescendo; ASIN: B000001OZD
Originated the role of "Cocky" in the musical comedy "The Roar of the Greasepaint, The Smell of the Crowd."
Recorded a demo of the theme to Goldfinger
(1964) before it was given to Shirley Bassey
(he also co-wrote the song).
(1956) He performed in John Cranko and John Addison's revue, "Cranks," at the St. Martin's Theatre in London, England with Annie Ross in the cast.
(1961) He acted and directed in Leslie Bricusse and his musical, "Stop the World-I Want to Get Off," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Anna Quayle, Marti Webb, and Virginia Mason in the cast. Sean Kenney was setting designer and lighting designer.
Stop the World - I Want to Get Off (1978). Musical (revival). Music by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley. Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse
and Anthony Newley. Book by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley
. Musical Director: George Rhodes. Music arranged by Ian Fraser
. Music orchestrated by Billy Byers
and Joseph Lipman. Choreographed by Billy Wilson. Directed by Mel Shapiro. New York State Theatre: 3 Aug 1978- 27 Aug 1978 (30 performances). Cast: Sammy Davis Jr.
(as "Littlechap"), Marian Mercer
(as "Evie/Anya/Ilse/Lorene"), Shelly Burch (as "Jane"), Dennis Daniels (as "Baton Twirler/Death/M.C., Snobs Country Club/Ensemble"), Wendy Edmead (as "Susan"), Karen Giombetti (as "Ensemble"), Patrick Kinser-Lau (as "Guitar Player/M.C., Spanish Group/Ensemble"), Edwetta Little (as "M.C., Black Organization/Speaker of the House/Ensemble"), Donna Lowe (as "Schoolgirl/Election Newscaster/Ensemble"), Debora Masterson (as "1st Girl in Crow's Nest/Ensemble"), Joyce Nolen (as "2nd Girl in Crow's Nest/M.C., Hadassah/Singer/Ensemble"), Charles Willis Jr. (as "Boy"). Produced by James M. Nederlander and Joseph Nederlander. Produced in association with City Center of Music & Drama and Barbara Platoff.
(1989) He acted in Leslie Bricusse's musical, "Stop the World I Want to Get Off," at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley, Kent, England with Rhonda Burchmore in the cast.
(1996) He acted in Leslie Bricusse's musical, "Scrooge, The Musical," at the Dominion Theatre in London, England with Tom Watt in the cast. Bob Tomson was director.
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