Directors: Bill Cosel, Richard Heller, David Atwood.
Actors: Boston Pops Orchestra.
Almost every performer who is anybody from the Broadway stage has appeared with the Boston Pops since Evening at Pops started... --Conductor Keith LockhartSit back and enjoy some of the most memorable moments from the past 35 years of Evening at Pops. Featuring three of the renowned conductors of the Boston Pops Orchestra--Arthur Fiedler, John Williams, and Keith Lockhart--this program celebrates the Pops' collaborations with all-star guest performers from Broadway. These show-stopping performances, some of which havenít been seen for over three decades, will make you want to jump up and sing along. Broadwayís Best at Pops also features interviews with legends of the Great White Way, treating you to a walk down the memory lane called Broadway that you will not soon forget.Performances include:- Ethel Merman - Medley including Everything's Coming Up Roses from Gypsy- Ray Bolger - Once in Love with Amy from Where's Charley?- Kristin Chenoweth - Glitter and Be Gay from Candide- Pearl Bailey - Hello, Dolly from Hello, Dolly!- Bonnie and John Raitt - Hey There from Pajama Game- Bernadette Peters - Broadway Baby from Follies- Tommy Tune - Tap Your Troubles Away from Mack & Mabel- Carol Channing - Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend from Gentlemen Prefer Blondes- Gregory Hines - Rhythm Is My Business- And many more!Special DVD features include: 25 minutes of bonus additional interviews with John Williams, Michael Feinstein, Barbara Cook, and others; printable selections from original Boston Pops Orchestra concert programs; extended performances not seen on the television program.