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 ...
Frid
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Henrik Egerman
Beverly Lambert ...
Anne Egerman
George Lee Andrews ...
Susan Terry ...
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Raven Wilkinson ...
Malla
Michael Maguire ...
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Adapted from a Broadway musical produced and directed Harold Prince. The original 1973 stage production of "A Little Night Music" starred Glynis Johns as Desiree, Len Cariou, Hermione Gingold, George Lee Andrews, Patricia Elliott, Beth Fowler and Laurence Guittard. See more »

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Madame Arnfeldt: Child, will you do me a favor?
Fredrika Arnfelt: Of course, Grandmother.
Madame Arnfeldt: Will you tell me what it's all for? Having outlived my own illusions by centuries, it would be soothing at least to pretend to share some of yours.
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References Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) See more »

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30 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's been a long time since I saw this, but I recall it being absolutely mesmerizing. I expected Sally Ann Howes to be good, and she didn't disappoint. But Regina Resnik was, again, as I recall, stupendous! I had it on VHS for a while, but it eventually disappeared in a move.

So far as I know, this was broadcast live, never repeated, and never released commercially on video. I seem to recall something about Sondheim not being willing to release video rights, and a lot of contractual hurdles with NYCO. But I might be wrong about that.

As these things tend to go, I wouldn't be surprised if it was long ago destroyed.

What a shame. I think it just might have been the definitive "A Little Night Music".


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