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Into the Woods ()


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In this Tony Award-winning musical by Stephen Sondheim, several fairy tale characters learn the hard way that the 'Happily Ever After' they sought isn't necessarily so happy after all.

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Cinderella's Stepmother
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Cinderella's Father
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Steward
Kay McClelland ...
Florinda
Lauren Mitchell ...
Lucinda
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Rapunzel's Prince
Pamela Winslow Kashani ...
Rapunzel (as Pamela Winslow)
Merle Louise ...
Grandmother / Cinderella's Mother / Giant
Barbara Bryne ...
Jack's Mother
Ben Wright ...
Jack
Danielle Ferland ...
Little Red Riding Hood
Kim Crosby ...
Cinderella
Robert Westenberg ...
Wolf / Cinderella's Prince
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Narrator / Mysterious Man
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Baker's Wife
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Baker
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The Witch
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Snow White
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Sleeping Beauty

Directed by

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James Lapine

Written by

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James Lapine ... (book)

Produced by

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Michael Brandman ... executive producer
Wendy Cornell ... associate producer
Iris Merlis ... producer

Film Editing by

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Girish Bhargava

Editorial Department

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Janis Klein ... post production supervisor
Mark Sanford ... video
Bill Stephan ... on-line editor
Laura Young ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Joanna Merlin

Production Design by

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Tony Straiges ... set designer

Costume Design by

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Ann Hould-Ward
Sue Blane ... (uncredited)

Makeup Department

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Stephen G. Bishop ... hair (as Stephen Bishop)
Kevin Haney ... special makeup effects artist
Michael Heller ... hair
Phyllis Della Illien ... hair design
Frances A. Kolar ... makeup (as Frances Kolar)
Michael Laudati ... makeup
Michael Wasula ... hair
Rosemary Zurlo ... makeup (as Rosemary Zurlow)

Production Management

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Gregory Sills ... executive in charge of production (as Greg Sills)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Alan Skog ... associate director

Art Department

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Tony Straiges ... artwork

Sound Department

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John Alberts ... post production audio
Mel Becker ... audio assist
James Brousseau ... sound
Mike Shoskes ... audio
Murray Siegel ... audio assist (as Murray Siegal)
Alan Stieb ... sound

Stunts

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B.H. Barry ... fights

Camera and Electrical Department

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Bill Akerlund ... camera (as Bill Ackerland)
Alan Buchner ... videotape
John Feher ... camera
Danny Franks ... tv lighting designer
Michael Lieberman ... camera (as Mike Lieberman)
Richard Nelson ... original stage lighting / tv lighting designer
Alain Onesto ... camera
Jake Ostroff ... camera
Hector Ramirez ... camera
Ron Washburn ... camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ann Hould-Ward ... original costume concepts
Nancy Schaefer ... wardrobe
Patricia Zipprodt ... original costume concepts

Music Department

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Paul Gemignani ... conductor / musical director
Lar Lubovitch ... musical staging
Stephen Sondheim ... music and lyrics by
Jonathan Tunick ... orchestrator

Other crew

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Mal Albaum ... production consultant
Mary Ann Anderson ... production staff
B.H. Barry ... fights
Debi Guidice Brent ... production coordinator (as Debi Guidice)
Sandra Carlson ... company manager
Scott Dewees ... production accountant
Eric Feig ... production assistant
James Lapine ... directed for stage
Susan Markowitz ... script supervisor
Dayna McCallum ... production staff
Iris Merlis ... stage manager
Jane Owen Murphy ... production assistant
Ross Patton ... production staff
Charles Reynolds ... magic consultant
Hernan Sanhueza ... production assistant
S. Arthur Schimmel ... legal consultant
Beth Strauss ... production associate

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Plot Summary

A childless baker and his wife cannot have a child until they follow the bidding of the witch next door to get a cow as white as milk, the cape as red as blood, the hair as yellow as corn, and the slipper as pure as gold. Good thing, then that they've got neighbors named Jack, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Cinderella to help them before (and after) Happily Ever After. Written by Kathy Li

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Also Known As
  • Into the Woods (United States)
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  • 151 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia In a case where life imitates art, Robert Westenberg who played Cinderella's Prince and Kim Crosby who played Cinderella met making this play, eventually married and still are together (2009). See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Horton Hears a Who! (2008). See more »
Soundtracks Prologue: Into the Woods See more »
Quotes Cinderella's Prince: I was raised to be charming, not sincere.
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