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Writers:
Cameron Mackintosh (deviser)
Julia McKenzie (deviser)
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Release Date:
8 November 1998 (USA) See more »
Tagline:
The World's Greatest Concert of Musicals
Plot:
A collection of selected scenes from some of the most popular plays produced by Cameron Mackintosh. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Julie Andrews ... Herself - Host
Russ Abbot ... Fagin

Michael Ball ... Raoul / Marius

John Barrowman
Peter Bayliss ... Alfie Doolittle

Brian Blessed ... Old Deuteronomy
Vadim Bondar
Kye Brackett ... Moe (as Kevin Brackett)
David Campbell ... Martin Guerre / Chris

Judi Dench ... Desiree (segment "Send In The Clowns")
Hal Fowler

Maria Friedman

Ellen Greene ... Audrey (segment "Somewhere That's Green")

Ruthie Henshall ... Fantine
Laurie Holloway

Jasna Ivir

Hugh Jackman ... Curly McLain (Oklahoma)
Teddy Kempner ... Seymour / Thenardier
Trent Kendall ... Moe
Monroe Kent III ... No Max
David Kernan
Tom Lehrer ... Himself

Andrew Lloyd Webber ... Himself
Julian Lloyd Webber ... Himself
James Logan ... Sir Harry Lauder

Gillian Lynne

Millicent Martin

Julia McKenzie
Marian Montgomery

Paul Nicholas
Elaine Paige ... Grizabella

Jason Pennycooke ... Moe

Bernadette Peters

Clarke Peters ... Moe

Jonathan Pryce ... Professor Henry Higgins / The Engineer
Philip Quast ... Javert
Joanna Riding ... Julie Jordan (segment "Carousel")
Liz Robertson ... Eliza Doolittle

Lea Salonga ... Kim / Eponine
Adam Searles ... Dodger
Richard D. Sharp ... Moe
Ned Sherrin

Donald Sinden ... Col. Pickering

Stephen Sondheim ... Himself
Dana Stackpole
Sonia Swaby
Lisa Vroman ... Christine (segment "Phantom of the Opera")
Colm Wilkinson ... The Phantom of the Opera / Jean Valjean
Marie Zamora
Lynda Bellingham
Christopher Biggins
Nina Caie
Helen Chapelle
Maria Charles
Norma Dunbar
Peter Durkin
Ann Emery
Kathryn Evans
Tricia George
Josephine Gordon
Jack Gunn
Thelma Holt
Anita Joannou
Deirdre Laird

Jillie Mack
Jessica Martin
Jill Martin
Chris Molloy
Su Pollard ... Herself - Performer
Elizabeth Power

Barbara Rhoades
Julia Sutton
Paula Wilcox
James Byng ... Oliver (as James Malcolm)
Ryan Moore
Ben Smyth
Peter Bowen
Ben Jennings

Bronson Webb
Terel Nugent
Robert Thomas
Channon Zhangazha
Jake Court
Calum Callaghan
Michelle Agbulos
Beata Alfoldi
Isay Alvarez
John Barr
Jane Bautista

Suzy Bloom
Sally Bourne
Wendy Mae Brown
Phil Cavill
Darren Charles
Anthony Clegg
Margie Connell
Michael Cotton
Lindsey Danvers
Ronnie Del Barrio
Imelda de los Reyes
Natalie Everett
Nolan Frederick
Frances Fry
Geoffrey Garratt (as Geoff Garratt)
Sean Ghazi
Andrew Halliday

Kate Harbour
Dawn Hope ... Chorus (segment "Little Shop of Horrors")
Tammi Jacobs
Alison Jiear
Adam Jones
Terence Kelly (as Terry Kelly)
Barbara King
Darryl Knock

Michelle Lee
Stephen Matthews
Martin Mathias
Stephen McCarthy
Duncan McVicar
Renee Montemayor
Leah Sue Morland ... Electra (segment "Cats")
Kerri Murphy
Marilena Nicolaou
Rebecca Parker
Kimberley Partridge
Anita Pashley
Kevin Ranson (as Kevin A J Ranson)

Daniel Rymer
Tino Sanchez
Robert Seña
Tommi Sliiden ... Coricopat (segment "Cats")
Gareth Snook
Rachel Spry
James Staddon
Anton Stephans
Michael Strassen
Femi Taylor ... Chorus (segment "Little Shop of Horrors"), Exotica (segment "Cats")
Frank Thompson ... Rumpus Cat (segment "Cats")
Tony Timberlake ... Asparagus (segment "Cats")
Steven John Tokaya ... Chorus (The Boyfriend)
Emma Tunmore
Zoe Tyler
Josie Walker
Bryn Walters ... Macavity the Mystery Cat (segment "Cats")
Helen Way
Martins Adeniya
Dean Atta
Stacey Bland
Christopher Bolam
Matthew Bone
Glenn Bradford
Adam Braham
Charlotte Bull
Paul Burgess
Sophie Challis
Ricardo Coke Thomas
Jay Cook
Christopher Cornwall
Victoria Craig
Matthew Crandon
Carly Cunningham
Christina Cuttell

Adam Deacon
Verity-Jane Dearsley (as Verity Jane Dearsley)
Holly-Ann Filtness
Tom Fletcher
Keeley Gamble
Kharis George
Emily Hagger
Jamie Hall
Sam Hallam
Trevor Harrold
Rachel Hudson
Marvin Humes
Simon Hurdle
Jonathan Hurdle
Alex Kemp
Ashley Kingsbury
Adam Kizibash
Tal Landsman

Stephanie Leonidas
James Leyser
Matthew Lockwood
Scott McGivern
Thomas Mears
Desi Miller
Gregory Miltenburg
Michelle Montgomery

Dominique Moore
Sam Morris
Carl Nawagamuwa
Sam Perez
William Perrie
Anthony Poore
Victoria Pummintr
Thomas Redman
Joanna Rhodes
Christian Roe
Rebecca Sabin
Lia Saville
Craig Shenton
Luke Sheppard
Daniel Smith
Rikki Stone
Mark Stoyle
Samuel Taylor

Sean Taylor
Sean Thompson

Ben Thornton
Steven Timmons
John Trindle
Matthew Turner
Ricky Turner
Owen Visser

Heather Ward

Christopher Webster
Jack Wilson
Olivia Winstone
Ashley Zhangazha
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rosemarie Ford ... Bombalurina (segment "Cats")
Aeva May ... Demeter (segment "Cats")

Cameron Mackintosh ... Himself (uncredited)

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (uncredited)

Directed by
Gavin Taylor 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Cameron Mackintosh  deviser
Julia McKenzie  deviser

Produced by
Paul Kafno .... producer
Ian Martin .... executive producer
 
Film Editing by
Nigel Cattle 
Steve Eveleigh 
 
Production Design by
Tim Goodchild 
 
Production Management
Phil White .... production manager
 
Sound Department
Andrew Bruce .... sound
Joss Sanglier .... dubbing mixer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David Hersey .... lighting technician: stage
 
Music Department
William David Brown .... orchestrator
John Cameron .... orchestrator
David Cullen .... orchestrator
Craig Revel Horwood .... stager: additional music
Martin Koch .... conductor
Martin Koch .... music supervisor
Jonathan Tunick .... orchestrator
Mark Graham .... music copyist (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Bob Avian .... stage director
Gillian Lynne .... choreographer: "Wouldn't it be Loverly"
Cameron Mackintosh .... producer: stage
Julia McKenzie .... stage director
 

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Also Known As:
"Great Performances: Hey, Mr. Producer! The Musical World of Cameron Mackintosh" - USA (series title)
"Hey, Mr. Producer!" - USA (short title)
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
A spectacular feast of musical theatre, 7 May 2008
Author: Christian Gilbert from Thailand

June 1998 at The Lyceum Theatre, London. Somehow, over 200 actors and dancers and singers all crammed into this theatre for an evening of unforgettable entertainment. (In fact, 2 performances were given – 7 and 8 June, the second one being the Royal gala charity that was filmed.) Over nearly three hours we are guided through highlights of 26 shows produced by one man over 30 years or so. Cameron Mackintosh. Many of the original casts reprise their roles, and many more stars are on hand to add to the glitter. There are some fairly rare appearances, too. Millicent Martin, David Kernan and Julie Mackenzie do a bit from 'Side by Side by Sondheim' and Tom Lehrer sings a song of his that was used in 'TomFoolery.' Dame Judi Dench sings an unforgettable 'Send in the Clowns' and Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Sondheim do a duet (!) And …. one could go on all night! The list of shows and cast would do justice to a dictionary of musical theatre. It is a splendid tribute to the indefatigable talent of 'Mr. Producer' Mackintosh. I think there are two items cut from the DVD. The opening medley number of Act 2 and one of the Tom Lehrer numbers. But no matter, this is without doubt a stunning achievement by all concerned.

'The best bits' will clearly depend on your own likes and dislikes. For me, the Sondheim numbers were the highlight. The man's a genius. It should be mentioned that nearly all the numbers are fully staged and costumed. (The logistics of this are mind-numbing!) They are not just a gaggle of stars in evening dress. The big 'production numbers' are spectacular – especially 'Cats' and the final piece from 'Les Miserables'. If you have any love or interest at all in musical theatre, this DVD is a 'must'. There is no on-screen info about the numbers coming up or the artists performing them. I feel this is something that could easily have been remedied. However, a listing can be found in the archive section of Albermarle of London website. (www.albermarle-london.com)

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