Highlights? Numerous - I'll stick to just a dozen (in the order they appear in the film):
1 I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face - Jonathan Pryce with Liz Robertson; done before Jonathan played Higgins opposite Martine McCutcheon (or at least when she bothered to turn up)
2 Suddenly Seymour - Ellen Greene & Teddy Kempner; no one was a better or more fragile Audrey than this
3 Unexpected Song - Bernadette Peters; Emma's song of love from 'Song and Dance'; a real belter
4 I Love A Lassie - Jimmy Logan as Harry Lauder; sweetly Scots and a nice change of pace
5 Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby? - Five Guys Named Moe Cast; a thrilling version of the Louis Jordan classic
6 How Many Tears? - Maria Friedman; sadly the only decent song in the revamped 'Martin Guerre'
7 Phantom of the Opera segment - Colm Wilkinson, Lisa Vroman, and Michael Ball; interesting to compare with Antonio Banderas as the Phantom in the ALW tribute video
8 Broadway Baby - Julia McKenzie and about everyone else who appeared in a Mackintosh production
9 Send In The Clowns - Judi Dench; truly touching, just as she did it in the National production
10 Losing My Mind - Michael Ball; a girl's song from Follies reinvented beautifully
11 Being Alive - Bernadette Peters; what a voice that lady has!
12 Les Miz segment; although truncated, always nice to see Colm Wilkinson, Philip Quast, Michael Ball, etc., reprising their roles in this fantastic production
Highly recommended. Any chance of a DVD release in the UK?