Bernadette Peters: In Concert

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Bernadette Peters: In Concert comes to DVD from Acorn Media Entertainment. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. English subtitles are accessible. Special features include a biography, career credits, photo gallery, and web links.
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Bernadette Peters: In Concert comes to DVD from Acorn Media Entertainment. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital 5.1. English subtitles are accessible. Special features include a biography, career credits, photo gallery, and web links.
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Special Features

Interactive menus; Chapter indexing of songs; Bernadette Peters' biography and complete career credits; Specially selected photographs; Web link to the official Bernadette Peters website
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Andrew Velez
If this diminutive spellbinder had lived in another age, she might have been tried for witchcraft. Bernadette Peters casts an absolutely irresistible spell from the moment she takes the stage in her 1998 London solo concert, vamping Stephen Sondheim's "Broadway Baby." Her reprise of "Unexpected Song" from her Tony Award-winning performance in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Song and Dance," the way she tears into Jerry Herman's "Time Heals Everything" with an Edith Piaf-like intensity, and her hilariously sexy rendition of a tune Madonna sang in Dick Tracy show off Peters as a performer at the very top of her game. She delivers a dozen or more Sondheim numbers before the night is over, turning each of them into a polished gem. And with the honesty and power of her sweet voice, Peters burns her way into the heart of every one of the complex songs she performs. The video and DVD releases also include special material not shown in the original PBS broadcast. All of it brings to mind the words of that sage philosopher Mae West: "Too much of a good thing can be... wonderful."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/8/2000
  • UPC: 054961344895
  • Original Release: 1998
  • Rating:

  • Source: Acorn Media
  • Sound: Dolby Digital
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bernadette Peters
Paul Baker
Glenn Carter
Drew Jaymson
Michael Strassen
Marvin Laird Conductor
Technical Credits
Richard Jay-Alexander Director
Gavin Taylor Director
Arthur Dakin Musical Arrangement
Paul Kafino Producer
Paul Kafno Producer
Jean-Michel Martial Executive Producer
Ian Martin Executive Producer
Rick Miller Production Manager
Tom Sorce Sound/Sound Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1
0. Song Index
1. We're in the Money [:57]
2. Broadway Baby [2:45]
3. No One is Alone [4:33]
4. Sooner or Later [5:14]
5. Unexpected Song [4:42]
6. Faithless Love [5:18]
7. Time Heals Everything [6:31]
8. Raining in My Heart [4:00]
9. Some People [6:07]
10. Johanna [5:13]
11. So Much Happiness [3:03]
12. Hello Little Girl [4:10]
13. Any Moment [2:35]
14. Later [2:51]
15. You Could Drive a Person Crazy [4:08]
16. Not a Day Goes By [3:32]
17. Being Alive [4:34]
18. With So Little to Be Sure Of [3:03]
19. Children Will Listen [2:39]
20. Move On [3:04]
21. I'll Be Seeing You [3:33]
22. My Romance [2:42]
23. The Way You Look Tonight [2:02]
24. Finale (Orchestra/Credits) [3:32]
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Side #1
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   Career Credits
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    Granted, the surround sound formats have taken time to evolve and now its finally official that Dolby Digital 5.1 will be the universal standard for HDTV. Nonethelss theres abotu 30 music dvd titles Id LOVE to own that are shipped here from Britain with the DolbyDigital in only 2 stinkin channels (how 1957!) This one takes the cake tho. This website actually LISTS it as being in 5.1 and its NOT! Do you have any idea how hard it is to return an open DVD?? And here we go again.....

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