Sunset Boulevard (Vancouver) [Poster]

Sunset Boulevard (1996 Vancouver)

Group sales for the Vancouver premiere of the Livent production of SUNSET BOULEVARD with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, and book & lyrics by Don Black & Christopher Hampton starring Diahann Carroll and Rex Smith from November 22, 1996 to March 8, 1997 (official opening night of December 1, 1996) at the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts, 777 Homer Street, Vancouver.

Produced by Live Entertainment of Canada Inc.

Directed by Trevor Nunn; Choreographed by Bob Avian; Production Designed by John Napier; Costumes Designed by Anthony Powell; Lighting Designed by Andrew Bridge; Music Direction by Jeffrey Huard; Orchestrations by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber; Music Supervisor Paul Bogaev and Production Supervision by Peter Lawrence

Starring Diahann Carroll; Rex Smith; Anita Louise Combe; Walter Charles; John Braden; Christopher Shyer; Timothy J. Alex; Marilyn Caskey; Betsy Chang; Michael Fawkes; Susan Gattoni; Sara Henry; Brian Hill; Mary Illes; Peter Kevoian; George Kmeck; Lisa Mandel; Marianne McCord; Gordon McLaren; Lindsey Mitchell; Martin Murphy; Avery Saltzman; Matthew Thibedeau; James Vezina and Paul Clausen

Headquarters Entertainment CorpAs CEO of Headquarters Entertainment Corporation (“HQE”) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  In addition to producing and presenting shows in Canada and on Broadway, HQE also managed group sales and marketing promotion for the majority of Broadway musical theatre tours on behalf of various presenters in the mid 1990’s.

SUNSET BOULEVARD Diahann Carroll (Poster) SUNSET BOULEVARD Diahann Carroll (Flyer) SUNSET BOULEVARD Diahann Carroll (tentcard) SUNSET BOULEVARD Diahann Carroll (Ad) SUNSET BOULEVARD Diahann Carroll (photo) 3 SUNSET BOULEVARD Diahann Carroll (photo) 1 SUNSET BOULEVARD Diahann Carroll (photo) 2

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