Live from Lincoln Center: Season 15, Episode 3

New York City Opera: A Little Night Music (7 Nov. 1990)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Susanne Marsee ...
Mrs. Sergstrom
Ron Baker ...
Mr. Lindquist
Lisa Saffer ...
Mrs. Nordstrom
Barbara Shirvis ...
Mrs. Anderssen
Michael Rees Davis ...
Mr. Erlanson
Danielle Ferland ...
Fredrika Armfeldt
Regina Resnik ...
Madame Armfeldt
David Comstock ...
Kevin Anderson ...
Henrik Egerman
Beverly Lambert ...
Anne Egerman
George Lee Andrews ...
Susan Terry ...
Raven Wilkinson ...
Michael Maguire ...


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7 November 1990 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This is the show that introduced the song "Send in the Clowns", which became a pop culture hit. See more »


Fredrika Arnfeldt: Grandmother, I've watched and I've watched, and I haven't noticed the night smiling.
Madame Arnfeldt: Young eyes are not ideal for watching; they stray too much. The night has already smiled twice.
Fredrika Arnfeldt: It has? Twice? For the young and for the fools?
Madame Arnfeldt: The smile for the fools was particularly broad tonight.
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References A Little Night Music (1977) See more »

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A Little Night Music - PBS Live at Lincoln Center
15 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I recorded this live broadcast on VHS tape and converted it to a digital file, a couple of years ago. It's not as crisp as a commercial DVD - it was a twelve-year- old recording, made at an extended setting. The performance and intermission interviews, by Hugh Downs make the video almost three hours long - but I was able to digitize it before the VHS tape had degraded too much. It's quite watchable - which I do, every year or so. I never tire of it. The performances are superb. It's every bit as good as you remember it. I too wonder why it's not available on DVD.

Pester PBS to release it.


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