THE SCREENING ROOM: Into the Woods Performances from Broadway, London and More (Video)
By Playbill Staff
Into the Woods ended its original Broadway run Sept. 3, 1989. The musical features a Tony-winning score by Stephen Sondheim, a Tony-nominated book by James Lapine and a Tony-winning performance by Joanna Gleason.
With the film adaptation currently being shot in London, Playbill.com is taking a look at some of our favorite performances from Into the Woods on stage and in concert.
Bernadette Peters performs "No One Is Alone" in concert.
A look at the 2010 Regent's Park production, which inspired the subsequent Shakespeare in the Park revival of Into the Woods.
Mandy Patinkin sings "Children Will Listen" on "Larry King Live."
The original Broadway cast (with the exception of Phylicia Rashad, who succeeded Bernadette Peters as the Witch) performs on the Tony Awards.
Joanna Gleason performs "Moments in the Woods" in the original American Playhouse broadcast of Into the Woods.
A look at the original London production of Into the Woods.
Highlights from the 2012 Public Theater Shakespeare in the Park production (part 1):
Highlights from the 2012 Public Theater Shakespeare in the Park production (part 2):
Original cast members Gleason and Chip Zien reunite for "It Takes Two" at Sondheim! The Birthday Concert.
Barbra Streisand sings "Children Will Listen" at Bill Clinton's inaugural gala.
Cast members from the 2002 revival, including Laura Benanti, perform "No One Is Alone."
A snippet of "Hello, Little Girl" from the Regent's Park production.
Betty Buckley sings "Children Will Listen" at Carnegie Hall.
Playbill.com's video coverage of the Westport Country Playhouse/Baltimore Centerstage production.
The second part of Playbill's video coverage of the Westport Country Playhouse/Baltimore Centerstage production.
"Hello, Little Girl" from the original London production.
Another look at the Regent's Park production of Into the Woods.
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