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Series: Great Performances [PBS]

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Cyrano de Bergerac [1974 TV episode] by William Ball02.10
King Lear [1974 TV episode] by Edwin Sherin02.12
The Seagull [1975 TV episode] by John J. Desmond03.07
Ah, Wilderness! [1976 TV episode] by Arvin Brown04.00
The Eccentricities of a Nightingale [1976 TV episode] by Glenn Jordan04.00
The Prince of Homberg [1977 TV episode] by Kirk Browning04.22
Life on the Mississippi [1980 TV episode] by Peter H. Hunt09.00
Norma: Canadian Opera Company [1981 TV episode] by Vincenzo Bellini10.01
The Gospel at Colonus [1985 TV episode] by Kirk Browning14.02
Follies in Concert [1986 TV episode] by Michael Houldey14.10
Aida: Houston Opera [1987 TV episode] by Guiseppe Verdi15.00
Hamlet [1990 TV episode] by Kevin Kline18.00
The Colored Museum [1991 TV episode] by George C. Wolfe19.02
Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall [1993 TV episode] by Kirk Browning21.13
La Boheme: Opera Australia [1994 TV episode] by Baz Luhrmann22.15
A Streetcar Named Desire [1998 TV episode] by Kirk Browning27.05
My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies [1999 TV episode] by William Cosel28.04
My Favorite Broadway: The Love Songs [2001 TV episode] by David Horn29.08
Josh Groban In Concert [2002 TV episode] by David Horn31.04
From Broadway: Fosse [2002 TV episode] by Matthew Diamond32.00
The Dream [2004 TV episode] by American Ballet Theatre33.00
Crossroads Guitar Festival [2004 TV episode] by Ron de Moraes33.04
Bill Irwin: Clown Prince [2004 TV episode] by Mark Mannucci33.08
Candide [2005 TV episode] by Lonny Price33.10
Swan Lake with American Ballet Theatre [2005 TV episode] by Matthew Diamond34.00
Michael Buble: Caught in the Act [2005 TV episode] by Michael Bublé34.04
Andrea Bocelli Amore: Under The Desert Sky [2006 TV episode] by Andrea Bocelli34.09
South Pacific in Concert from Carnegie Hall [2006 TV episode] by David Horn34.11
Person of the Year Tribute Honoring James Taylor [2006 TV episode] by Ron de Moraes35.09
Vivere: Andrea Bocelli Live in Tuscany [2007 TV episode] by Andrea Bocelli36.03
Nutcracker: San Francisco Ballet [2008 TV episode] by Matthew Diamond37.5
Cyrano De Bergerac [2008 TV episode] by David Leveaux37.8
Chess in Concert [2009 TV episode] by Hugh Wooldridge37.19
Dream With Me In Concert [2011 TV episode] by David Horn38.08
Macbeth: Chichester Festival Theatre [2010 TV episode] by Rupert Goold39.03
Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga: Cheek to Cheek [2014 TV episode] by David Horn40.5
Andrea Bocelli: Cinema [2015 TV episode] by Andrea Bocelli41.00
Annie Lennox: An Evening of Nostalgia [2015 TV episode] by Natalie Johns41.00
Joan Baez 75th Birthday Celebration [2016 TV episode] by Joan Baez42.00

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"Performing arts anthology series that brings the best from the worlds of music and dance into viewers' living rooms. From classical music and opera to ballet and musical theater, cameras capture the stage performances of some of the best artists in the world."

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