Dave malloy

Dave malloy смотреть последние обновления за сегодня на .

The Broadway.com Show: THE GREAT COMET Creator Dave Malloy

6143
292
22
00:03:32
10.07.2017

Get tickets to THE GREAT COMET: 🤍

"Stubb Kills a Whale" from Dave Malloy and Rachel Chavkin's Moby-Dick

22715
583
96
00:03:07
12.05.2020

A clip of "Stubb Kills a Whale" from the original A.R.T. production of Moby-Dick, which premiered at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University on December 3, 2019 and closed January 12, 2020. More information: 🤍 Moby-Dick Music, Lyrics, Book, and Orchestrations by Dave Malloy Based on Moby-Dick by Herman Melville Music Direction and Supervision by Or Matias Choreography by Chanel DaSilva Developed with and Directed by Rachel Chavkin The cast of Moby-Dick: Eric Berryman, Kim Blanck. Starr Busby, Manik Choksi, Andrew Cristi, Ashkon Davaran, Ellis C. Dawson III, Anna Ishida, Matt Kizer, J.D. Mollison, Tom Nelis, Ashley Pérez Flanagan, Morgan Siobhan Green, Dawn L. Troupe, and Kalyn West Filmed and edited by Johnathan Carr

Dave Malloy - Dust and Ashes

21815
654
67
00:07:24
14.02.2019

Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812: "Epilogue" by Dave Malloy

27636
1860
225
00:04:07
05.12.2020

An extra Pierre song for Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, written in 2020. Loosely based on the First Epilogue from Tolstoy's War and Peace. Written on the occasion of the New York Theater Workshop 2020 Gala honoring Rachel Chavkin; video recorded for the 2020 Ars Nova Forever Telethon. Music & Lyrics by Dave Malloy ©2020 Blue Wizard Music (ASCAP) _ Seven years later My finger holds the imprint of your ring Every line holds a memory You and I The songs we used to sing But now the sky is overcast And the streets are grey A daytime moon hangs pale and cold Sometimes it feels like all the stories have been told But this song’s not over just yet Stars and moons rise and set Then rise again We shall have epilogue After epilogue It’s a simple life On the face if it Though you and I have both let ourselves go a bit Thicker and older As the bitter winds got colder But I saw the laughter of life in your eyes As you handed me a plate to be dried With you sometimes such simple things Keep me warm inside And this song’s not over just yet Stars and moons rise and set Then rise again We shall have epilogue After epilogue I am running empty Frightened by the demons that still tempt me Struggling with the jokers Juggling in my mind But I know I’m not a bad man I know because I see me in you You reject the dark You reflect the light In you I see the good in me In you I see the world in me And this song’s not over just yet Stars and moons rise and set Then rise again We shall have epilogue After epilogue

Watch Starr Busby & the Cast of Dave Malloy's OCTET Perform "Glow"

26638
915
83
00:05:19
18.06.2019

Get Tickets to OCTET: 🤍 Watch a performance from the off-Broadway cast of OCTET, Dave Malloy's new musical that explores the addiction to 21st century technology.

Sonya Alone (Brittain Ashford & Dave Malloy) The Great Comet of 1812 | Musicnotes Song Spotlight

10821
468
9
00:05:08
03.05.2017

Get the sheet music: 🤍 Join us in New York City as Dave Malloy and Brittain Ashford perform "Sonya Alone" from Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812. Filmed on location in Harlem, at a turn of the century Renaissance revival brownstone that was designed and constructed by the architect of Carnegie Hall - William Tuthill. Want more Song Spotlight? Visit 🤍 ♪ Stay connected with us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Credits: Videography: Bob Geile (DP) and Jordan Tetewsky Audio: Craig Bundy and Spencer Ward Lighting: Tim Dorsch / MCM Productions Edited by Matt Zervos Produced by Dan Ruff & Duncan Hearn

The Pacfic - Dave Malloy

34127
612
40
00:04:23
15.04.2019

the song is from dave malloy's mody dick musical. it is posted on soundcloud here to give him the listens on his account 🤍 i wanted to listen to this on youtube so thats why i posted it the art i use is by linda fahey and eric rewitzer. here's the link 🤍

GENSIS OF A SONG: Tony Nomine Dave Malloy

8022
455
40
00:04:39
12.06.2017

Join Playbill as we sit down with Tony nominated composer Dave Malloy as he gives us an exclusive look into the composition of The Great Comet.

Broadway's Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 | Josh Groban + More | Talks at Google

16067
378
19
00:51:26
08.05.2017

Cast and creatives from Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 discuss the evolution and success of Broadway's newest hit musical. Composer/creator Dave Malloy, director Rachel Chavkin, and stars Josh Groban & Brittain Ashford participate in this moderated discussion from Google NYC. Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 is adapted from a portion of Tolstoy's War and Peace, centered on the twin sagas of Natasha, a young socialite whose passionate affair with an officer threatens to unravel her life, and Pierre, an aristocrat experiencing an existential crisis. Their stories intertwine in this genre-bending tale of love, pity, and the power of the human spirit. More information about the show found via 🤍 Moderated by Brendan Collins.

"Natalya" from Preludes by Dave Malloy, performed by Georgia Louise

6005
199
8
00:05:15
31.08.2019

Georgia Louise sings "Natalya" from Dave Malloy's PRELUDES, which has its UK premiere on 11 September at the Southwark Playhouse and runs until 12 October. Filmed at the press launch in the Great Hall of the Bishopsgate Institute on 27 August 2019, ahead of the show's first UK preview on 6 September. Piano: Tom Noyes; MD: Jordan Li-Smith southwarkplayhouse.co.uk

Recurring Dave Malloy Chord Progressions

705
52
13
00:03:05
14.11.2021

Recurring Dave Malloy Chord Progressions All music shown is by Dave Malloy and/or a collaboration with Jason Craig and/or Krista Knight Musicals shown in video: Beowulf: A Thousand Years of Baggage (2008) Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 (2012) Ghost Quartet (Cover) #selfpromo (2014) Don't Stop Me (2015) Preludes (2015) Moby Dick: A Musical Reckoning (2020) This video was made purely for educational purposes relating to the music of Dave Malloy

Dave Malloy Discusses Moby-Dick

3277
92
14
00:07:50
14.11.2019

Dave Malloy (The Great Comet) talks about his upcoming world premiere musical Moby-Dick with A.R.T. Executive Producer Diane Borger. Learn More: 🤍 Moby-Dick | DEC 3, 2019 - JAN 12, 2020 An epic musical adaptation of Herman Melville’s iconic American novel. As the egomaniacal Captain Ahab drives his crew across the seas in pursuit of the great white whale, Melville's nineteenth-century vision of America collides head-on with the present.

Hero - Ghost Quartet (Brittain Ashford & Dave Malloy) | Musicnotes Song Spotlight

19805
738
33
00:06:37
14.11.2017

Get the sheet music: 🤍 Join us in New York City as Dave Malloy and Brittain Ashford perform "Hero". Want more Song Spotlight? Visit 🤍 ♪ Stay connected with us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Credits: Videography: Bob Geile (DP) and Jordan Tetewsky Audio: Craig Bundy and Spencer Ward Lighting: Tim Dorsch / MCM Productions Edited by Matt Zervos Produced by Dan Ruff & Duncan Hearn Hero - Ghost Quartet (Brittain Ashford & Dave Malloy) recorded for Musicnotes Song Spotlight series.

Dave Malloy Shows Portrayed by Spongebob

1705
150
13
00:02:54
07.05.2019

this is a MEME VIDEO for ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES which means I DON'T OWN DAVE'S WORK NOR SPONGEBOB'S (i wish though). insert MORE LEGAL INFO HERE.

In rehearsals with Preludes at Southwark Playhouse

3886
131
2
00:04:43
30.08.2019

The UK premiere of Dave Malloy's Preludes, opens next week at Southwark Playhouse, and we got an exclusive first look at the show in rehearsals. Based on the true story of Sergei Rachmaninoff's sessions of hypnotherapy, the production uses live piano and electronics and a hybrid of Malloy's and Rachmaninoff's own compositions to create a dreamlike world. Directed by Alex Sutton and produced by Danielle Tarento, it runs from 6 September to 12 October. The company features Rebecca Caine, Norton James, Georgia Louise, Tom Noyes, Keith Ramsay and Tim Walton. Costume design is by Rebecca Brower, lighting is by Christopher Nairne, sound design is by Andrew Johnson, choreography is by Ste Clough and musical direction is by Jordan Li-Smith.

Ghost Quartet at the McKittrick Hotel, Jan. 12, 2015

88250
3695
435
01:34:36
15.03.2020

Ghost Quartet by Dave Malloy Recorded live at the McKittrick Hotel, Jan. 12, 2015 Developed and Arranged by Ghost Quartet: Brent Arnold (vocals, cello, guitar, erhu, dulcimer, percussion) Brittain Ashford (vocals, autoharp, keyboard, percussion) Gelsey Bell (vocals, metallophone, Celtic harp, accordion, percussion) Dave Malloy (vocals, piano, keyboard, ukulele, percussion) Directed by Annie Tippe Production & Lighting Design by Christopher Bowser Note from the creative team: We hope you enjoy this recording of the original cast and production of GHOST QUARTET in this theater-starved time! The direction and design you see represent the original director and designer’s vision, so should you license the piece to perform, we invite you to get creative and come up with your own version; it would excite us very much to see wildly different takes on the piece. Thank you! _ Music, Lyrics, and Text by Dave Malloy except: “Usher, Parts 1-3” includes text from "The Fall of The House of Usher" by Edgar Allan Poe "Monk" includes music from "'Ruby, My Dear" by Thelonious Monk (Embassy Music Corp); and "Midnight" includes music from "'Round Midnight" by Thelonious Monk/Cootie Williams/Bernie Hanighen (Warner Bros./Thelonious Music Corp); both licensed via The Harry Fox Agency, Inc. “The Wind & Rain” (traditional/additional lyrics by Dave Malloy) Annotated lyrics here: genius.com/Ghost-quartet-i-dont-know-lyrics © 2014, 2015, 2020 Blue Wizard Music (ASCAP) Video Production by David Pym _ Side One 1. I Don’t Know (0:00) 2. The Camera Shop (3:42) 3. Starchild (8:25) 4. Subway (10:59) 5. Usher, Part 1 (13:22) 6. Soldier & Rose (17:28) 7. Any Kind of Dead Person (22:17) Side Two 1. The Astronomer (26:40) 2. Family Meeting (29:48) 3. Four Friends (32:42) 4. Fathers & Sons (37:50) 5. Usher, Part 2 (40:15) 6. The Telescope (43:01) 7. Tango Dancer (47:32) 8. Monk (54:01) Side Three 1. Lights Out (57:28) 2. The Photograph (59:16) 3. Bad Men (1:03:44) 4. Usher, Part 3 (1:07:33) 5. Prayer (1:14:40) Side Four 1. Hero (1:16:33) 2. Midnight (1:23:19) 3. The Wind & Rain (1:26:40)

Banana Bag & Bodice does Beowulf - Grendel & Mother

8006
78
9
00:03:44
21.07.2008

Shotgun Players Present "Beowulf - A Thousand Years of Baggage" A Banana Bag & Bodice SongPlay Written by Jason Craig Music by Dave Malloy Directed by Rod Hipskind shotgunplayers.org bananabagandbodice.org davemalloy.com With Jen Baker (Trombone, Chorus) Chris Broderick (Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Harmonicas, Chorus) Dan Bruno (Percussion, Chorus) Jason Craig (Beowulf, Toy Piano) Cameron Galloway (Academic 3/Dragon) Anna Ishida (Warrior 2) Jessica Jelliffe (Academic 2/Mother) Christopher Kuckenbaker (Academic 1/Grendel) Dave Malloy (Hrothgar, Piano, Accordion, Programming) Andre Nigoghossian (Guitar, Ukulele, Saw, Chorus) Andy Strain (Trombone, Chorus) Shaye Troha (Warrior 1) Simon Hanes (Bass, Chorus)

Margo Seibert performs "Refresh" from Dave Malloy's Octet

10419
247
6
00:00:51
05.06.2019

Margo Seibert plays "Jessica" in the world premiere chamber choir musical Octet at New York City's Signature Theatre. Three-time Tony Award-nominee Dave Malloy (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) begins his Residency 5 as Signature’s first musical theatre writer with the world premiere musical Octet, directed by Annie Tippe (Ghost Quartet). Featuring a score for an a cappella chamber choir and an original libretto inspired by internet comment boards, scientific debates, religious texts, and Sufi poetry, Octet explores addiction and nihilism within the messy context of 21st century technology. Follow Signature Theatre on social media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Signature Theatre celebrates playwrights and gives them an artistic home. Signature makes an extended commitment to a playwright’s body of work, producing several plays by each resident writer and delivering an intimate and immersive journey into the playwright’s singular vision. In 2014 Signature became the first New York City company to receive the Regional Theater Tony Award®. Led by Artistic Director Paige Evans and Executive Director Harold Wolpert, Signature serves its mission at The Pershing Square Signature Center. This three-theatre facility located on West 42nd Street was designed by Frank Gehry Architects to host Signature’s three distinct playwrights’ residencies and foster a cultural community. At the Center, Signature continues its original Playwright-in-Residence model as Residency 1, a year-long intensive exploration of a single writer’s body of work. Residency 5, the only program of its kind, was launched at the Center to support multiple playwrights as they build bodies of work by guaranteeing each writer three productions over a five-year period. The Legacy Program, launched during Signature’s 10th Anniversary, invites writers from both residencies back for productions of premiere or earlier plays. Through the Signature Ticket Initiative: A Generation of Access, Signature has also made an unprecedented commitment to making its productions accessible by underwriting the cost of the initial run tickets through 2031. Founded in 1991 by James Houghton, Signature has presented entire seasons of the work of Edward Albee, Lee Blessing, Horton Foote, María Irene Fornés, Athol Fugard, Stephen Adly Guirgis, John Guare, A.R. Gurney, David Henry Hwang, Bill Irwin, Adrienne Kennedy, Tony Kushner, Romulus Linney, Charles Mee, Arthur Miller, Suzan-Lori Parks, Sam Shepard, Paula Vogel, Naomi Wallace, August Wilson, Lanford Wilson and a season celebrating the historic Negro Ensemble Company. Lynn Nottage is the current Residency 1 playwright. Signature’s Residency 5 playwrights are Annie Baker, Martha Clarke, Katori Hall, Quiara Alegría Hudes, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Kenneth Lonergan, Dave Malloy, Dominique Morisseau; Will Eno completed his Residency Five in 2016. Signature’s productions and its resident writers have been recognized with the Pulitzer Prize, Lucille Lortel, Obie, Drama Desk and AUDELCO awards, among many other distinctions. Signature Theatre Company The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 🤍

A Squeeze of the Hand

46308
1409
113
00:04:11
02.09.2017

a little going away present from the Comets to our fans. this is a song from Moby Dick, a mammoth musical that will happen someday soon. music & lyrics by dave malloy, based on Moby Dick by Herman Melville THE SKY IS PURE BLUE AND THE SEA SERENE AND DREAMY [SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH ALL THE MORNING LONG] AND WE SQUEEZE OUT ALL THE LUMPS TIL THE OIL’S SMOOTH AND CREAMY [SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH SING A BROTHERLY SONG] FEEL THE SPERM IN YOUR HANDS SEE THE COLORS SHIFT AND SHAPE [OH SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH ALL THE MORNING LONG] SQUEEZE THE SOFT, GENTLE GLOBULES TIL THEY BREAK LIKE GRAPES [OH SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH SING A BROTHERLY SONG] I SQUEEZED THAT SPERM TIL I ALMOST MELTED IN IT I SQUEEZED THAT SPERM TIL I BECAME INSANE SUCH A SWEET SWEET CLEANSE MOLLIFYING AND DELICIOUS [OH SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH ALL THE MORNING LONG] AS WE BATHE IN THAT SOAP SOFT AND RICH AND REPETITIOUS [OH SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH SING A BROTHERLY SONG] AND THE VAPORS SMELL LIKE WINE OR LIKE VIOLETS IN A FIELD [OH SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH ALL THE MORNING LONG] AND WHEN I SAW MY SHIPMATES EYES I WAS SAVED, I WAS HEALED [OH SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH SING A BROTHERLY SONG] I SQUEEZED THAT SPERM TIL I ALMOST MELTED IN IT I SQUEEZED THAT SPERM TIL I BECAME INSANE SQUEEZING THAT SPERM I LOST MY BRAIN MY FINGERS FELT LIKE EELS AS THEY SERPENTINED AND SPIRALIZED AND SOON I WAS SQUEEZING THE HANDS OF MY COMRADES TOO OOO SUCH AN ABOUNDING AFFECTIONATE FRIENDLY, LOVING SENTIMENTAL FEELING LET US SQUEEZE ALL DAY LET US SQUEEZE FOREVER AH… I WISH WE ALL COULD BE MORE OPEN WISH WE ALL COULD BE MORE TRUE [OH SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH ALL THE MORNING LONG] WITH A SQUEEZE OF THE HAND I COULD MELT INTO YOU [OH SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! SQUEEZE! OH SING A BROTHERLY SONG] WITH A SQUEEZE OF THE HAND I COULD MELT INTO YOU WITH A SQUEEZE OF THE HAND I COULD MELT INTO YOU… WITH A SQUEEZE OF THE HAND I COULD MELT I COULD MELT I COULD MELT INTO YOU

Pierre

36137
344
24
00:04:15
02.09.2017

Provided to YouTube by Ghostlight Records Pierre · Dave Malloy · 'The Great Comet" Original Cast Ensemble Natasha, Pierre And The Great Comet Of 1812 (Original Cast Recording) ℗ 2013 Intoxicating Opera, LLC. Bridges on Broadway, LLC, under exclusive license to Ghostlight Records. Producer: Dean Sharenow Producer: Howard Kagan Producer: Janet Kagan Producer: Kurt Deutsch Composer: Dave Malloy Auto-generated by YouTube.

[3/5] Grace McLean, Dave Malloy, and Paul Pinto - A Call To Pierre (live) @ Barnes & Noble, 12/10/13

41038
832
59
00:03:05
12.12.2013

Grace McLean and Dave Malloy, with additional cast members from Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, sing "A Call To Pierre" as part of the in-store CD signing celebrating the cast recording at New York City's Barnes & Noble, Tuesday, December 10, 2013.

Adam Bashian & Kim Blanck perform "Solo" from Dave Malloy's Octet

11092
286
16
00:00:45
20.06.2019

Adam Bashian, Kim Blanck and rest of the original cast of Dave Malloy's Octet, directed by Annie Tippe, perform "Solo" at New York City's Signature Theatre. Three-time Tony Award-nominee Dave Malloy (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) begins his Residency 5 as Signature’s first musical theatre writer with the world premiere musical Octet, directed by Annie Tippe (Ghost Quartet). Featuring a score for an a cappella chamber choir and an original libretto inspired by internet comment boards, scientific debates, religious texts, and Sufi poetry, Octet explores addiction and nihilism within the messy context of 21st century technology. Follow Signature Theatre on social media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Signature Theatre celebrates playwrights and gives them an artistic home. Signature makes an extended commitment to a playwright’s body of work, producing several plays by each resident writer and delivering an intimate and immersive journey into the playwright’s singular vision. In 2014 Signature became the first New York City company to receive the Regional Theater Tony Award®. Led by Artistic Director Paige Evans and Executive Director Harold Wolpert, Signature serves its mission at The Pershing Square Signature Center. This three-theatre facility located on West 42nd Street was designed by Frank Gehry Architects to host Signature’s three distinct playwrights’ residencies and foster a cultural community. At the Center, Signature continues its original Playwright-in-Residence model as Residency 1, a year-long intensive exploration of a single writer’s body of work. Residency 5, the only program of its kind, was launched at the Center to support multiple playwrights as they build bodies of work by guaranteeing each writer three productions over a five-year period. The Legacy Program, launched during Signature’s 10th Anniversary, invites writers from both residencies back for productions of premiere or earlier plays. Through the Signature Ticket Initiative: A Generation of Access, Signature has also made an unprecedented commitment to making its productions accessible by underwriting the cost of the initial run tickets through 2031. Founded in 1991 by James Houghton, Signature has presented entire seasons of the work of Edward Albee, Lee Blessing, Horton Foote, María Irene Fornés, Athol Fugard, Stephen Adly Guirgis, John Guare, A.R. Gurney, David Henry Hwang, Bill Irwin, Adrienne Kennedy, Tony Kushner, Romulus Linney, Charles Mee, Arthur Miller, Suzan-Lori Parks, Sam Shepard, Paula Vogel, Naomi Wallace, August Wilson, Lanford Wilson and a season celebrating the historic Negro Ensemble Company. Lynn Nottage is the current Residency 1 playwright. Signature’s Residency 5 playwrights are Annie Baker, Martha Clarke, Katori Hall, Quiara Alegría Hudes, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Kenneth Lonergan, Dave Malloy, Dominique Morisseau; Will Eno completed his Residency Five in 2016. Signature’s productions and its resident writers have been recognized with the Pulitzer Prize, Lucille Lortel, Obie, Drama Desk and AUDELCO awards, among many other distinctions. Signature Theatre Company The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 🤍

Justin Gregory Lopez performs "Actually" from Dave Malloy's Octet

7686
210
9
00:00:46
02.07.2019

Justin Gregory Lopez and the original cast of Dave Malloy's Octet, directed by Annie Tippe, perform "Actually" at New York City's Signature Theatre. Three-time Tony Award-nominee Dave Malloy (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) began his Residency 5 as Signature’s first musical theatre writer with the world premiere musical Octet, directed by Annie Tippe (Ghost Quartet). Featuring a score for an a cappella chamber choir and an original libretto inspired by internet comment boards, scientific debates, religious texts, and Sufi poetry, Octet explores addiction and nihilism within the messy context of 21st century technology. Follow Signature Theatre on social media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Signature Theatre celebrates playwrights and gives them an artistic home. Signature makes an extended commitment to a playwright’s body of work, producing several plays by each resident writer and delivering an intimate and immersive journey into the playwright’s singular vision. In 2014 Signature became the first New York City company to receive the Regional Theater Tony Award®. Led by Artistic Director Paige Evans and Executive Director Harold Wolpert, Signature serves its mission at The Pershing Square Signature Center. This three-theatre facility located on West 42nd Street was designed by Frank Gehry Architects to host Signature’s three distinct playwrights’ residencies and foster a cultural community. At the Center, Signature continues its original Playwright-in-Residence model as Residency 1, a year-long intensive exploration of a single writer’s body of work. Residency 5, the only program of its kind, was launched at the Center to support multiple playwrights as they build bodies of work by guaranteeing each writer three productions over a five-year period. The Legacy Program, launched during Signature’s 10th Anniversary, invites writers from both residencies back for productions of premiere or earlier plays. Through the Signature Ticket Initiative: A Generation of Access, Signature has also made an unprecedented commitment to making its productions accessible by underwriting the cost of the initial run tickets through 2031. Founded in 1991 by James Houghton, Signature has presented entire seasons of the work of Edward Albee, Lee Blessing, Horton Foote, María Irene Fornés, Athol Fugard, Stephen Adly Guirgis, John Guare, A.R. Gurney, David Henry Hwang, Bill Irwin, Adrienne Kennedy, Tony Kushner, Romulus Linney, Charles Mee, Arthur Miller, Suzan-Lori Parks, Sam Shepard, Paula Vogel, Naomi Wallace, August Wilson, Lanford Wilson and a season celebrating the historic Negro Ensemble Company. Lynn Nottage is the current Residency 1 playwright. Signature’s Residency 5 playwrights are Annie Baker, Martha Clarke, Katori Hall, Quiara Alegría Hudes, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Kenneth Lonergan, Dave Malloy, Dominique Morisseau; Will Eno completed his Residency Five in 2016. Signature’s productions and its resident writers have been recognized with the Pulitzer Prize, Lucille Lortel, Obie, Drama Desk and AUDELCO awards, among many other distinctions. Signature Theatre Company The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 🤍

The Great Comet Orchestra Talks Dave Malloy: Part One

5019
219
19
00:04:12
17.05.2017

The Great Comet​ orchestra opened up about performing with Dave Malloy​ and playing the dynamic, Tony nominated music he has created. Listen on to hear orchestra members play excerpts from some of your favorite musical moments in part one of our newest video series. #FollowTheComet

GHOST QUARTET by Dave Malloy REACTION

14712
637
94
00:03:18
06.10.2017

WEBSITE | 🤍 SPOTIFY | 🤍 SHEET MUSIC | 🤍 APPLE MUSIC | 🤍 SOUNDCLOUD | 🤍 This channel is dedicated to all things Kevin Lynch music, comedy, and entertainment from "Musical Monday", Music Tips & Tricks, MainStage Tutorials, “Breaking Down the Score", Logic Pro X tutorials, how to compose music, Musical Theatre reviews, sheet music preparation and reactions and my own personal VLOGS.

Denee Benton & Dave Malloy - "If He Were Here Now" - cut from Great Comet of 1812

11022
372
17
00:02:32
06.12.2016

(If you like, please subscribe!) Denee Benton performs a cut song, "If He Were Here Now," from the Broadway hit "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," accompanied by composer Dave Malloy, at the Ars Nova benefit gala event on 12/5/2016. Includes intro from Dave explaining where the number fit into the show.

Dave Malloy and Rachel Chavkin on PRELUDES

5384
109
4
00:02:44
20.05.2015

The author and director of PRELUDES describe the "hypnotized mind of Sergei Rachmaninoff" and what to expect from the show. Extended! Now through August 2 at the Claire Tow Theater More: 🤍

LILACS from PRELUDES by Dave Malloy

3097
62
5
00:03:25
12.08.2019

First look at Keith Ramsay singing 'Lilacs' from PRELUDES, A Musical Fantasia set in the Hypnotised Mind of Sergei Rachmaninoff, by Dave Malloy at Southwark Playhouse. 6 Sept-12 Oct 2019.

Dave Malloy Makes a Special Announcement

4836
279
53
00:03:35
31.05.2020

2019 Drama Desk Award Winner Dave Malloy ('Octet'' and 'Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812' and 'Beardo' and 'Beowulf') makes a very special announcement about our upcoming 30th season and the West Coast Premiere of one of his hit Broadway musicals at our 2020 SASSAFRAS virtual gala!

Behind the Scenes with the Cast of Dave Malloy's Octet

2635
109
7
00:01:52
14.06.2019

The cast of Octet discusses what it's like to bring Dave Malloy's world premiere a cappella musical to life at New York City's Signature Theatre. Three-time Tony Award-nominee Dave Malloy (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) begins his Residency 5 as Signature’s first musical theatre writer with the world premiere musical Octet, directed by Annie Tippe (Ghost Quartet). Featuring a score for an a cappella chamber choir and an original libretto inspired by internet comment boards, scientific debates, religious texts, and Sufi poetry, Octet explores addiction and nihilism within the messy context of 21st century technology. Follow Signature Theatre on social media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Signature Theatre celebrates playwrights and gives them an artistic home. Signature makes an extended commitment to a playwright’s body of work, producing several plays by each resident writer and delivering an intimate and immersive journey into the playwright’s singular vision. In 2014 Signature became the first New York City company to receive the Regional Theater Tony Award®. Led by Artistic Director Paige Evans and Executive Director Harold Wolpert, Signature serves its mission at The Pershing Square Signature Center. This three-theatre facility located on West 42nd Street was designed by Frank Gehry Architects to host Signature’s three distinct playwrights’ residencies and foster a cultural community. At the Center, Signature continues its original Playwright-in-Residence model as Residency 1, a year-long intensive exploration of a single writer’s body of work. Residency 5, the only program of its kind, was launched at the Center to support multiple playwrights as they build bodies of work by guaranteeing each writer three productions over a five-year period. The Legacy Program, launched during Signature’s 10th Anniversary, invites writers from both residencies back for productions of premiere or earlier plays. Through the Signature Ticket Initiative: A Generation of Access, Signature has also made an unprecedented commitment to making its productions accessible by underwriting the cost of the initial run tickets through 2031. Founded in 1991 by James Houghton, Signature has presented entire seasons of the work of Edward Albee, Lee Blessing, Horton Foote, María Irene Fornés, Athol Fugard, Stephen Adly Guirgis, John Guare, A.R. Gurney, David Henry Hwang, Bill Irwin, Adrienne Kennedy, Tony Kushner, Romulus Linney, Charles Mee, Arthur Miller, Suzan-Lori Parks, Sam Shepard, Paula Vogel, Naomi Wallace, August Wilson, Lanford Wilson and a season celebrating the historic Negro Ensemble Company. Lynn Nottage is the current Residency 1 playwright. Signature’s Residency 5 playwrights are Annie Baker, Martha Clarke, Katori Hall, Quiara Alegría Hudes, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Kenneth Lonergan, Dave Malloy, Dominique Morisseau; Will Eno completed his Residency Five in 2016. Signature’s productions and its resident writers have been recognized with the Pulitzer Prize, Lucille Lortel, Obie, Drama Desk and AUDELCO awards, among many other distinctions. Signature Theatre Company The Pershing Square Signature Center 480 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 🤍

The Prelude from the musical Preludes by Dave Malloy

4379
230
15
00:06:53
10.03.2018

While in San Francisco the cast of The Book of Mormon tour did a benefit cabaret for the Richmond/Ermet Aid Foundation and Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Here's the number I performed. This is one of the hardest things I have ever done, and I'm pretty proud of how it turned out! PS- there is a long intro. The song itself starts around 1:45. But the intro has a lot of good info about the show.

Starchild Instrumental - Ghost Quartet by Dave Malloy

2217
58
2
00:02:32
17.09.2021

Starchild Dave Malloy Ghost Quartet When I was a baby I was blessed by a stranger In waters I didn't understand And now I'm infected With disbelief and blasphemy I'll never have a holy land I am a ghost In the eyes of my God But I will transcend And vomit this loser our of me I will become the next big thing I will light myself on fire It's time to get out of bed And be the starchild I can be A billion light years away Someone's thinking the same thing But he's already turned to dust And the starlight I see Is a billion light years old A ghost just like the rest of us Nothing I see Is there anymore But I will transcend And vomit this loser our of me I will become the next big thing I will light myself on fire It's time to get out of bed And be the starchild I can be

Banana Bag & Bodice does Beowulf - Hrothgar

18942
195
15
00:03:56
21.07.2008

Shotgun Players Present "Beowulf - A Thousand Years of Baggage" A Banana Bag & Bodice SongPlay Written by Jason Craig Music by Dave Malloy Directed by Rod Hipskind shotgunplayers.org bananabagandbodice.org davemalloy.com With Jen Baker (Trombone, Chorus) Chris Broderick (Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Harmonicas, Chorus) Dan Bruno (Percussion, Chorus) Jason Craig (Beowulf, Toy Piano) Cameron Galloway (Academic 3/Dragon) Anna Ishida (Warrior 2) Jessica Jelliffe (Academic 2/Mother) Christopher Kuckenbaker (Academic 1/Grendel) Dave Malloy (Hrothgar, Piano, Accordion, Programming) Andre Nigoghossian (Guitar, Ukulele, Saw, Chorus) Andy Strain (Trombone, Chorus) Shaye Troha (Warrior 1) Simon Hanes (Bass, Chorus)

Behind the scenes of OCTET: Dave Malloy and Annie Tippe

877
28
1
00:05:25
19.04.2022

Writer composer Dave Malloy and director Annie Tippe talk about the West Coast premiere of OCTET, running April 20-May 29, 2022. Tickets and info: 🤍 Three-time Tony Award nominee Dave Malloy (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) makes his Berkeley Rep mainstage debut with his latest award-winning off-Broadway hit. Eight internet-obsessed people meet in real life to share their stories and wrestle their demons, using nothing but a pitch pipe and the transcendent quality of their analog, a cappella voices. With witty lyrics, shimmering harmonies, and virtuosic solos, Octet sings of connection, redemption, hope—and how we can be truly present with each other. Critic's Pick "Beautiful and absorbing! You’ll feel reassured, alarmed, enlightened and truly thrilled by what you hear." THE NEW YORK TIMES "Revelatory! Exactly what theatre is for." THE NEW YORKER

Scott Stangland - "Dust and Ashes" (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812; Dave Malloy)

760
40
5
00:07:08
11.03.2022

10 YEARS OF REUNION CONCERTS! March 6, 2022 - Live at Feinstein's/54 Below BAND: Drew Wutke (Music Director/Piano), Jonathan Michel (Bass), Eliza Salem (Drums), Hajime Yoshida (Guitar) Produced by Jen Sandler Filmed & Edited by FAMOUS IN NY - 🤍

Dave Malloy Prepares for Pierre Ep. 2

3720
109
8
00:01:08
03.05.2017

Dave Malloy, 3-time Tony nominee and creator of the most Tony nominated show this season, The Great Comet, joins the cast for 10 PERFORMANCES ONLY, May 4-7, 9, 16, June 13, 20, and 27! He sat down with General Manager Andy Jones and Director Rachel Chavkin to chat about remembering his lines while preparing for Pierre. 🤍GreatCometBroadway.com

Shoba Narayan Performs A Song From Dave Malloy's Moby Dick - SHOBusiness at 54 Below

16211
358
28
00:03:40
21.10.2017

A preview of a song from Dave Malloy's upcoming Moby Dick project, performed at Shoba's solo 54 Below show "SHOBusiness" on October 20th, 2017.

Dave Malloy: Please Don't Adapt "Moby Dick"

4712
110
51
00:09:57
06.09.2017

Hey Dave, Phoenix here. I know you really want to write the musical version of Moby Dick, and that's a great idea except for the fact that it's been done before. Like, a lot. It's been done a lot. A LOT. DAVE. THERE ARE SO MANY ADAPTATIONS OF MOBY DICK. PLS DO SOMETHING ELSE, GET THAT TONY WIN.

Dave Malloy and Rachel Chavkin: The Great Comet

3701
123
5
00:58:08
27.03.2017

Playwright/composer/actor Dave Malloy and director Rachel Chavkin discuss their work on this fall's hit: Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, starring Josh Groban. Moderating this event is Adam Feldman, TIME OUT NEW YORK theater writer and critic. The New York Times calls THE GREAT COMET “the most innovative and the best new musical since Hamilton.” Inspired by a 70-page slice of War and Peace, this “boundlessly inventive production” (The Hollywood Reporter) that brings us just inches from Tolstoy’s brash young lovers has “redefined the boundaries of musical theater” (The Star-Ledger). Rachel Chavkin is an award-winning stage director and the Artistic Director of Brooklyn-based The TEAM. She has directed and created many works for The TEAM, including award-winning and internationally touring plays. Dave Malloy is a composer, having written for the shows Beowulf – A Thousand Years of Baggage, a Banana Bag & Bodice Song, Three Pianos, Beardo, and more. For Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 he was the composer, lyricist, orchestrator, music director and performer (playing Pierre). The Great Comet was commissioned by Ars Nova and in May 2012 the show transferred Off-Broadway then a pre-Broadway run at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, MA. The show has won an Obie Award, the 2013 Richard Rodgers Award for Musical Theater, the Off-Broadway Alliance's Best New Musical Award, 3 Elliot Norton Awards, 8 IRNE Awards, 11 Lucille Lortel Awards nominations (winning 3), 5 Drama Desk nominations, 2 Drama League Award nominations, and opened on Broadway at the Imperial Theatre in October 2016, with Josh Groban in Malloy's place as Pierre. Recorded March 23, 2017

Pierre & Andrey

16073
182
19
00:03:01
02.09.2017

Provided to YouTube by Ghostlight Records Pierre & Andrey · Dave Malloy · Blake DeLong Natasha, Pierre And The Great Comet Of 1812 (Original Cast Recording) ℗ 2013 Intoxicating Opera, LLC. Under exclusive license to Ghostlight Records. Producer: Dean Sharenow Producer: Howard Kagan Producer: Janet Kagan Producer: Kurt Deutsch Composer: Dave Malloy Auto-generated by YouTube.

Назад
Что ищут прямо сейчас на
dave malloy обработка кофе как распознать вкус кофе адский ад аниме samsung 43 Адский ад смотреть android screen пропитка для кроссовок меджик тайм альфаброкер jagran mhlalakhs hd совесткий динамик муфты сноуборд твин тип kinemoss обзоры электросамокат kugoo pro панакота соц эксперимент