Great Performances (2000 - )


Great Performances

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PBS's signature performing-arts series showcases dance, drama, comedy and music ranging from orchestral and operatic to Broadway and the blues. The Lanford Wilson drama `The Rimers of Eldritch' was its first presentation and `Brideshead Revisited' was perhaps its most famous. There have been more than 600 `Great Performances' all told. Some might have been only `reasonable performances' (as Robin Williams once quipped), but many others were distinguished, among them some 50 Emmy nominees.

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2019, PBS, 19 episodes

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2018, PBS, 19 episodes

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2017, PBS, 22 episodes

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2016, PBS, 17 episodes

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2015, PBS, 6 episodes

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2014, PBS, 17 episodes

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2013, PBS, 18 episodes

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2012, PBS, 11 episodes

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2011, PBS, 15 episodes

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2010, PBS, 14 episodes

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2009, PBS, 16 episodes

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2008, PBS, 14 episodes

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2007, PBS, 15 episodes

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2006, PBS, 14 episodes

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2005, PBS, 16 episodes

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2004, PBS, 16 episodes

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2003, PBS, 13 episodes

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2002, PBS, 16 episodes

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2001, PBS, 14 episodes

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2000, PBS, 0 episodes

Cast

Christine Brewer
as Sister Aloysius
Tom Hiddleston
as Prince Hal
Jeremy Irons
as King Henry IV
Alfred Molina
as Mark Rothko
Bonnie Langford
as Dorothy Brock
Sophie Okonedo
as Queen Margaret
Adriana Zabala
as Sister James
Natalie Dessay
as Nightingale
Kevin Kline
as Cyrano de Bergerac
Ian McKellen
as King Lear
Tom Lister
as Julian Marsh
Brent Barrett
as Fred Graham
Danielle de Niese
as Roxanne Coss
Chad Kimball
as Huey Calhoun
Christopher Plummer
as John Barrymore
Jay Hunter Morris
as Captain Ahab
Ben Whishaw
as Richard II
Angela Lansbury
as Daisy Werthan
Yvonne Kenny
as Anna Glawari, the Merry Widow
Reba McEntire
as Ens. Nellie Forbush
Hannah Vassallo
as Princess Aurora
Josh Groban
as Anatoly Sergievsky
Elliott Hanna
as Billy Elliot
Tom Yang
as Emperor
Ramin Karimloo
as The Phantom
Gillian Murphy
as Odette/Odile
Matthew Worth
as Father Flynn
Denyce Graves
as Mrs. Miller
Julian Ovenden
as Captain von Trapp
Kenny G
as Sax Soprano
Keeley Hawes
as Queen Elizabeth
Clare Halse
as Peggy Sawyer
Katherine Kelley
as Baroness Schraeder
James Earl Jones
as Hoke Colburn
Adam Pascal
as Freddie Trumper
Jeongcheol Cha
as Katsumi Hosokawa
Montego Glover
as Felicia Farrell
Ruthie Henshall
as Mrs. Wilkinson
Kate Fleetwood
as Lady Macbeth
Yvonne Kenny
as Anna Glawari
Sierra Boggess
as Christine
Rachel York
as Lilli Vanessi
Edward Akrout
as Louis, the Dauphin
Michelle DeYoung
as Mezzo-soprano
Anthony Dowell
as Drosselmeyer
Bo Skovhus
as Count Danilo Danilovitch
Ken Page
as Old Deuteronomy
Kate Burton
as Liz Essendine
Kelli O'Hara
as Mrs. Anna
Bo Skovhus
as Count Danilo Danilovitch
Joseph McManners
as The Little Prince
Brian Stokes Mitchell
as Emile de Becque
Alun Armstrong
as Northumberland
Adrian Dunbar
as Richard of York
Philip Bertioli
as Billy Lawlor
Julie Walters
as Mistress Quickly
Jason Danieley
as Lt. Joseph Cable
Maria Friedman
as Mother Abbess
Boyd Gaines
as Boolie Werthan
Penny Downie
as Gertrude
Ruthie Ann Miles
as Lady Thiang
De'Adre Aziza
as Edwina/Marianna/Sudabey
Miyako Yoshida
as The Sugar Plum Fairy
Vittorio Grigolo
as Il Duca di Mantova
Alec Baldwin
as Luther Billis
Christopher Marney
as Count Lilac
James Purefoy
as Thomas Mowbray
John Mills
as Gus the Theatre Cat
Andrew Stenson
as Gen Watanabe
Kristine Nielsen
as Monica Reed
Penny Downie
as Gertrude
Ioan Holender
as Alcindoro
Jason Ninh Cao
as Bad General
Georgina Parkinson
as Queen Mother
Paul Groves
as Candide
Nancy Anderson
as Lois Lane
Peter Badger
as Edgar Degas
Idina Menzel
as Florence Vassy
Sally Hawkins
as Duchess of Gloucester
Davit Karapetyan
as Nutcracker Prince
Peter Bartlett
as Head Waiter
Cobie Smulders
as Joanna Lyppiatt
Wang Zhi Gang
as Emperor's Asssitant
Gregory Turay
as Camille de Rosillon
Wendy Ferguson
as Carlotta Guidicelli
Thomas Allen
as Narrator/Dr. Pangloss/Voltaire
Barry Humphries
as Dame Edna Everage
Willard White
as The King
Clarke Peters
as Walter de Courcy
David Weston
as Gentleman
Jonathan Cope
as The Prince
Maureen Lipman
as Aunt Eller
Morgan Smith
as Starbuck
Rafael Davila
as General Alfredo
Olga Kern
as Piano
Pavel Novak
as Mercutio
Michael Berresse
as Bill Calhoun
Adam Maskell
as Carabosse/Caradoc
Lucy Robinson
as Young Cecily
Ben Daniels
as Buckingham
Maxine Peake
as Doll Tearsheet
Mariah Gale
as Ophelia
Scott Handy
as Malcolm
Carlo Hartmann
as Baron Mirko Zeta
Lillias White
as Bloody Mary
Kerry Ellis
as Svetlana Sergievsky
Carlo Hartmann
as Baron Mirko Zeta
Teddy Kemper
as First Man
Mal Evans
as Magician
Ilka Chase
as The Stepmother
Tony Timberlake
as Asparagus
Colman Domingo
as Mr. Franklin/Joop/Mr. Venus
Barry James
as Monsieur Firmin
Vicki Simon
as Ado Annie
John Hurt
as The Chorus
William Burden
as Rubén Iglesias
Gregory Turay
as Camille de Rosillon
Jeff Blumenkrantz
as Maximillian
Edwin Ray
as King Benedict
Geoffrey Palmer
as The Lord Chief Justice
David Morrissey
as Northumberland
James Fleet
as Hastings
Phoebe Fox
as Lady Anne
Ivan Putrov
as Hans-Peter, the Nutcracker
Jack Chissick
as Second Man
Jessie Robins
as Aunt Jessie
Isaac Stappas
as Von Rothbart
Kerry Biggin
as Queen Eleanor
Jan Svab
as Capulet
Michael McGrath
as Mr. Simmons
Kaye Ballard
as Stepsister Portia
Tome Randle
as The Snake
Conrad John Schuck
as Capt. George Brackett
David Suchet
as Duke of York
Marti Pellow
as Arbiter
Jonathan Hyde
as Earl of Kent
Curtis Sullivan
as Vicomte Cascada
Gareth Snook
as Monsieur André
Rosemarie Ford
as Bombalurina
Chad Goodridge
as Terry/Christophe/Hugo
Gwendolyn Jones
as Alma March
Jimmy Johnston
as Will Parker
Tom Brooke
as Corporal Nym
Ben Miles
as Somerset
Fred Rose
as David
James Laurenson
as Westmoreland
Jacques Imbrailo
as Joachim Messner
Laurent Naouri
as Chamberlain
Suzanne Burden
as Lady Macduff
Rebecca Naomi Jones
as Sherry/Renata/Desi
Daniel Belcher
as John Brooke
Jonathan Boyd
as Raoul de St. Brioche
Dylan Baker
as Cdr. William Harbison
Daisy May Kemp
as Miss Maddox
David Bedella
as Alexander Molokov
Demi Lee
as Debbie
Jonathan Boyd
as Raoul de St. Brioche