Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

National Tour Video (1981)

Credits

Staff

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Conductor


Cast

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Anthony Hope
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Sweeney Todd
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Beggar Woman
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Mrs. Lovett
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Judge Turpin
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Beadle Bamford
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Johanna
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Tobias Ragg
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Jacob Pirelli
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The Birdseller
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The Passerby
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Jonas Fogg


Track List


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  • The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (opening) .... Company
  • No Place Like London .... Anthony, Todd, Beggar Woman
  • The Barber and His Wife .... Todd
  • The Worst Pies in London .... Mrs. Lovett
  • Poor Thing .... Mrs. Lovett
  • My Friends .... Todd, Mrs. Lovett
  • Green Finch and Linnet Bird .... Johanna
  • Ah, Miss .... Anthony, Beggar Woman
  • Johanna .... Anthony
  • Pirelli's Miracle Elixir .... Tobias, Todd, Mrs. Lovett, Company
  • The Contest .... Pirelli
  • Wait .... Mrs. Lovett
  • Kiss Me .... Johanna, Anthony
  • Ladies in Their Sensitivities .... The Beadle
  • Quartet (Act One) .... Johanna, Anthony, The Beadle, Judge Turpin
  • Pretty Women .... Todd, Judge Turpin
  • Epiphany .... Todd
  • A Little Priest .... Todd, Mrs. Lovett
  • God, That's Good! .... Tobias, Mrs. Lovett, Todd, Beggar Woman, Customers
  • Johanna (Quartet) .... Anthony, Todd, Johanna, Beggar Woman
  • By the Sea .... Mrs. Lovett
  • Not While I'm Around .... Tobias, Mrs. Lovett
  • City on Fire! .... Lunatics, Johanna, Anthony
  • Final Sequence .... Anthony, Beggar Woman, Todd, Judge Turpin, Mrs. Lovett, Johanna, Tobias
  • The Ballad of Sweeney Todd (finale) .... Company

Trivia & History

This video was shot near the end of the run at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. The Chandler Pavilion run was the final stop on the tour. Some online sources incorrectly state that the tour closed in August 1981, but it closed on September 20, 1981. 

According to an article published in the New York Times on June 27, 1982, the video "was shot over a period of six days: four days without an audience and two nights with an audience. Only about one percent of the footage with an audience was used, primarly shots of the proscenium, the curtain going up and the audience applauding."

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