Barbra Streisand is world renowned for thrilling audiences with her magical performances, her supreme vocal talent and setting box office records. Now fans can get front row seats to the ... See full summary »
Carole Bayer Sager
The life of Fanny Brice, famed comedienne and entertainer of the early 1900s. We see her rise to fame as a Ziegfeld girl, subsequent career, and her personal life, particularly her relationship with Nick Arnstein.
The original version aired on HBO 21 August 1994 was called "Barbra: The Concert" and ran 102 minutes. An extended version aired on CBS 21 May 1995 ran over 2 hours and had additional songs (a Disney medley) and credits. See more »
Walter Matthau was a concert attendee not the conductor. See more »
This concert is divided into two parts. At the beginning of each part, fans from the US (part 1) and the UK (part 2) are interviewed. Their clothes are so 90's, it's a dive into the past.
Many celebrities attended the concert. Some back stage shots are included, as well.
The orchestra was conducted by Marvin Hamlisch. The concert was interspersed with excerpts from Barbra Streisand's movies, as well as intimate details about her life.
A live album, entitled "The Concert", was released following the tour, in September 1994, through Columbia Records.
"As If We Never Said Goodbye"
"I'm Still Here/Everybody Says Don't/Don't Rain on My Parade"
"Can't Help Lovin' That Man"
"I'll Know" (with Marlon Brando)
Therapist Dialogue #1
"Will He Like Me?"
Therapist Dialogue #2
"He Touched Me"
Therapist Dialogue #3
"The Man That Got Away"
"On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)"
"The Way We Were"
"You Don't Bring Me Flowers"
Disney Medley: "Once Upon a Dream/When You Wish Upon a Star/Someday My Prince Will Come"
"Not While I'm Around"
Yentl Medley: "Where Is It Written/Papa, Can You Hear Me/Will Someone Ever Look at Me That Way/A Piece of Sky"
"Happy Days Are Here Again"
"For All We Know"
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