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Fri Mar 21 17:06:35 2014 UTClccn-n811512470.00Passion (Musical) [clippings]0.281.00Passion (Musical) [clippings]17424341James_Lapinen 81151247695992Lapine, James (James Elliot), 1949-lccn-n79077369Sondheim, Stephenivecmmlbtlyrcmplccn-n79129009Seurat, Georges1859-1891antlccn-n84149867Peters, Bernadettesngprfactlccn-no99083105Brandman Productions, Incprdpropbllccn-n80143870Patinkin, Mandyivesngprfspkactlccn-n89623161Zien, Chipsngprfvocactlccn-no95013200Image Entertainment (Firm)pbldstlccn-n78031086Aldredge, Tomprfactvoclccn-n89623163Gleason, Joannasngprfvocactlccn-n79035984Gemignani, PaulcndmsdprfactLapine, JamesDramaFilm adaptationsTelevision adaptationsMusical settingsMusicHistorical dramaFilm and video adaptationsInterviewsHistorySourcesMusicals--LibrettosSeurat, Georges,MusicalsShakespeare, William,Sondheim, StephenGreece--AthensFairy talesCourtshipTelevision adaptationsFamiliesLoveFictitious charactersVoyages and travelsFairy playsKings and rulersMan-woman relationshipsTerminally ill childrenChildren's dreamsNew EnglandSand, George,Chopin, Frédéric,PaintersCreation (Literary, artistic, etc.)Artists' modelsFrance--ParisGirls--PsychologyItalyInterpersonal relationsDeceptionAdulteryDramaAmateur theaterChild actorsTalent scoutsAmerican dramaComedyNew York (State)--New YorkComing out (Sexual orientation)Gay menMarvin (Fictitious character : Finn)English drama (Comedy)One-act plays, AmericanRevuesPopular musicFriendshipLiszt, Franz,PianistsAuthors, FrenchEuropeTheatrical agencies1949198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201317916166515782.14ML50.S705ocn043896299ocn019773894ocn011705939ocn050075437ocn035749192ocn024239321ocn085777153ocn070278269ocn123417714ocn026195286ocn043896299ocn052590131ocn038330227ocn024650332ocn042364966ocn033503013ocn056698328ocn051687186ocn823518802ocn225075112ocn048610205ocn052590131ocn031353155ocn021229209ocn676601201ocn679546717ocn079427828ocn085221954ocn145567639ocn741023606ocn633275010ocn084948300ocn637131657ocn859536242ocn859537493ocn725143859ocn417059474ocn084689442164438ocn043896299visu19870.24Sondheim, StephenInto the woodsInterviewsDramaFilm and video adaptationsFilm adaptationsFairy talesThe fairy tale characters of Little Red Ridinghood, Cinderella, and Jack (and the Beanstalk) are linked together through the characters of a baker and his wife. Their stories intertwine as they all search for something different in the woods. After they have all found happiness, they must band together to fight a giant160031ocn019393534book19860.21Sondheim, StephenInto the woodsHistoryDramaSourcesInterwoven with such classics as Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Little Red Ridinghood, is the story of the baker and his wife, whose longing for a child is thwarted by a mischievous witch who lives next door+-+8847095845155931ocn019773894rcrd19870.24Sondheim, StephenInto the woods original cast recordingDrama1: Prologue: Into the Woods 11:58; 2: Cindrella at the Grave 1:14; 3: Hello, Little Girl 2:32; 4: I Guess This Is Goodbyej Maybe They're Magic 2:02; 5: I Know Things Now 1:48; 6: A Very Nice Prince First Midnight Giants in the Sky 5:18; 7: Agony 2:26; 8: It Takes Two 2:47; 9: Stay with Me 2:40; 10: On the Steps of the Palace 2:34; 11: Ever After 2:19; 12: Act II Prologue: So Happy 3:48; 13: Agony 2:15; 14: Lament 2:03; 15: Any moment Moments in the woods 4:56; 16: Your fault 4:43; 17: No More 4:11; 18: No One is Alone 3:44; 19: Finale: Children Will Listen 5:09149123ocn012810166book19840.27Sondheim, StephenSunday in the park with George : a musicalDrama+-+6315832006135737ocn048610205visu19830.27Sondheim, StephenSunday in the park with GeorgeDramaFilm adaptationsHistorical dramaBroadway musical loosely based on the life of artist Georges Seurat97421ocn011705939rcrd19840.27Sondheim, StephenSunday in the park with George original cast recordingDrama8458ocn007264766book19800.33Lapine, JamesTable settings : a play76125ocn049504303visu19900.23Lapine, JamesImpromptuDramaBrazenly forward George Sand and frail, romantic Frederic Chopin are drawn together as lovers by an unnerving bond that cannot be broken despite the best efforts of those around them to keep them apart7518ocn008742250book19820.39Lapine, JamesTwelve dreamsDramaAn exploration of love, loss, and fate, this play was inspired by an actual case history recorded by Carl Jung. In the play, Emma presents a booklet of her dreams to her psychiatrist father, Charles Hatrick, for Christmas. Still mourning his wife's death, Emma's father is confounded by her dreams and shares the booklet with his mentor, the Professor, who is visiting from abroad. The structure of the play sets Emma's daily life against a re-creation of her dreams, in which key roles are played by Emma's governess, her best friend, a rich neurotic her father is treating, her ballet teacher, and a young protege of her father. The disturbing dreams are described by the Professor as those of an older person facing death. Eventually, we learn that Emma is in fact fatally ill7058ocn030810608book19940.31Sondheim, StephenPassion : a musicalDramaMusical+-+233518400662513ocn052590131visu19940.27Sondheim, StephenPassionHistoryDramaFilm adaptations"In 19th century Italy, handsome soldier Giorgio is embroiled in a steamy affair with lovely, and married, Clara. Giorgio is transferred from Milan to a remote military outpost, where he comes in contact with the ailing, homely Fosca, his commanding officer's cousin. Fosca falls instantly and deeply in love with Giorgio, who resists her affections. Gradually, she reveals, and Giorgio learns to appreciate, what is truly beautiful about herself"--Container52715ocn043562740score19840.39Sondheim, StephenThe Shubert Organization and Emanuel Azenberg by arrangement with Playwrights Horizons present Sunday in the park with George : a musicalMusicDrama+-+35002741255042ocn043621368book20000.33Sondheim, StephenFour by Sondheim, Wheeler, Lapine, Shevelove and GelbartAn anthology of musicals as published in individual volumes by Applause. Music & lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. The complete books & lyrics with set & costume designs, production photos, essays & more. Includes drawings by Al Hirschfeld+-+02598320064833ocn031353155rcrd19940.27Sondheim, StephenPassion 1994 Broadway cast recording46221ocn020864085score19880.39Sondheim, StephenInto the woods+-+935797243539210ocn019076986visu19820.27Shakespeare, WilliamA midsummer night's dreamMusical settingsDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsTelevision playsPresents Shakespeare's comedy of magic, mistaken identity, reconciliation, and self-discovery3788ocn035749192score19940.59Sondheim, StephenPassion : a new musical+-+39478712063573ocn027266067book19930.31Finn, WilliamFalsettosThree one-act musicals. Contents: In trousers - March of the falsettos and Falsettoland. With an afterword by Frank Rich+-+59794182053243114ocn023058454book19890.35Finn, WilliamThe Marvin songs : three one-act musicalsDrama3068ocn029395563visu19930.14Life with MikeyDramaComedy filmsA former child star runs a talent agency with his brother, trying to discover the next child star+-+587654300632442ocn611354606com0.18James (Elliot) Lapine : (1949-)Criticism, interpretation, etc21ocn076976832rcrd19931.00Lapine, JamesJames Lapine22ocn144657715book1.00Passion (Musical) [clippings]11ocn082036950book19931.00[William Finn]11ocn702158650mix1.00Lapine, JamesJames Lapine papersArchivesThe collection consists of material created and accumulated by James Lapine in the course of his creative and professional activities as a playwright and director. Material includes scripts, production notes and files, correspondence, writings, printed material, audiovisual material, photographs, and other papers, documenting Lapine's work on individual plays and productions and the process of bringing a play or musical to the stage11ocn451470759visu20091.00Interview with Wendall K. HarringtonInterviewsProjection designer Wendall K. Harrington discusses her career with drama critic Michael Sommers. She begins by describing her early work in filmmaking and industrial shows. Starting in the 1970s, the slides and video projections that were common in industrial shows were increasingly used in Broadway and Off-Broadway productions, thus resulting in a new design position. Harrington speaks of several memorable shows in her career, including The Heidi chronicles, My one and only, The Who's Tommy, Ragtime, The capeman, and Grey gardens. She also discusses her experiences with the Drama Dept., a theater group she co-founded, and her impressions of a number of colleagues from various projects over the years, including Wendy Wasserstein, Tommy Tune, and James Lapine01ocn080893863bookPassion (Musical) [clippings]+-+8847095845+-+8847095845Fri Mar 21 15:44:12 EDT 2014batch25420