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Grand Hotel the Musical ~ Encores! ~ 03.24.18 ~ John Dossett, Irina Dvorvenko, James Snyder, Helen Yorke, Brandon Uranowitz


Grand Hotel the Musical ~ Encores! ~ 03.24.18 ~ John Dossett, Irina Dvorvenko, James Snyder, Helen Yorke, Brandon Uranowitz


  • Junior Cervila (Tango Dancer)
  • John Clay III
  • Natascia Diaz (Raffaela)
  • John Dossett (American Businessman)
  • Irina Dvorvenko (Elizaveta Grushinskaya)
  • Guadalupe Garcia (Tango Dancer)
  • Nehal Joshi
  • James T. Lane (Jimmy)
  • Jamie LaVerdiere
  • Eric Leviton
  • Robert Montano
  • Kevin Pariseau
  • William Ryall (Colonel Doctor Otternschlag)
  • James Snyder (Baron Felix Von Gaigern)
  • Helene Yorke (Flaemmchen)
  • Brandon Uranowitz (Otto Kringelein)
  • Daniel Yearwood (Jimmy)
  • Aaron J. Albano
  • Matt Bauman
  • Kate Chapman
  • Sara Esty
  • Hannah Florence
  • Richard Gatta
  • Emily Kelly
  • Andrew Kruep
  • Kelly Methven
  • Harris Milgrim
  • Adam Roberts
  • Christopher Trepinski
  • Sharrod Williams


A faded ballerina, a Baron who moonlights as a burglar, a dying bookkeeper, a businessman facing certain ruin, and a young secretary all-too-eager to become an American film star are all trapped by history, as the world careens into a great depression, and the revolving door keeps turning.

Grand Hotel , The Musical features music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest , a book by Luther Davis , and additional music and lyrics by Maury Yeston . When the show opened on Broadway in 1989 it was a hit—winning five Tony awards and running for 1,017 performances.

The basis of the Oscar-winning 1932 film, starring Greta Garbo and John Barrymore , Baum’s novel was a paradigm of the oft-recycled formula that assembles disparate, doomed souls in a single (preferably high-toned) setting and sets them on a collision course (“Ship of Fools,” “Murder on the Orient Express”. In the late 1950s, the team of Luther Davis (book) and Robert Wright and George Forrest (songs) did a stillborn adaptation that closed in San Francisco.

This Grand Hotel , engaging and firing on most, if not always all, cylinders, could easily be moved to a Broadway house intact. For Encores!, it's a production that will be hard to top, and, to quote an iconic critic of the original production, you'll want to see it "twice more."


Recorded from the audience. Nice combination of wide, medium and close-up shots. (A-)

Year(s): 03.24.18

Format: DVD

Run time: 113m

Country: USA

Language: English

B&W / Color: Color

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