Live from Lincoln Center: Season 38, Episode 8

'Carousel' with the New York Philharmonic (26 Apr. 2013)

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Episode credited cast:
Nathan Gunn ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adam Alexander ...
Glenn Seven Allen ...
Kate Bass ...
Joseph Beutel ...
Ward Billeisen ...
Stephanie Blythe ...
Cree Carrico ...
Daniel T. Curran ...
Jason Danieley ...
Nicholas Davila ...
Christine DiGiallonardo ...


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Carrie Pipperidge: [singing] You're as tight-lipped as an oyster and as silent as an old Sahara spink!
Julie Jordan: [speaking] Spinx.
Carrie Pipperidge: Huh?
Julie Jordan: Spinx.
Carrie Pipperidge: Nuh-uh. Spink.
Julie Jordan: You spell it with an "X."
Carrie Pipperidge: That's only when there's more than one.
[rolls eyes and chuckles]
Julie Jordan: Oh.
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Version of Carousel (1956) See more »


Finale: You'll Never Walk Alone
Music by 'Richard Rodgers (I)'
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Sung by Tiler Peck, Stephanie Blythe, John Cullum, Jessie Mueller, Jason Danieley, Kelli O'Hara, and Chorus
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26 April 2013 | by (new york city) – See all my reviews

Of all the greatest Broadway musicals, only Carousel gets me every single time, this more so than ever before: It literally drenched me in tears from start to finish. Blythe stands the tallest, and her anthem at the end tore me in twain.. Even though it has been honed down to its essential skeletal structure, the lyrics still succeed in moving one to tears. More than any other semi-staged concert version of a musical, the direction here was so on the mark that the authentic acting permitted one to identify readily with the main characters. The overarching Christ story of sin, contrition, forgiveness and redemption contribute to the tale, which is really an opera. The full glorious orchestration playing this exquisite score, supplemented by a perfect cast with matching voices are sublime. The touching ballet sequence at the end was thrilling, far better than in any other version I have seen. Bravo all round.

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