Full Billing

Billing

Requirements

You must give the authors/creators billing credits, as specified in the Production Contract, in a conspicuous manner on the first page of credits in all programs and on houseboards, displays and in all other advertising announcements of any kind.
Percentages listed indicate required type size in relation to title size.

 

SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM

(100%)

Music and Lyrics by
STEPHEN SONDHEIM
(50%)
 
Conceived and directed on Broadway by
JAMES LAPINE
(50%)
 
The following credits shall appear at the foot of the title page, in a size of type [25]% of the size of the title:
Inspired by a concept by David Kernan
Originally produced on Broadway by Roundabout Theatre Company
Todd Haimes, Artistic Director, Harold Wolpert, Managing Director, Julia C. Levy, Executive Director
 
The following credit shall appear with the designer credits whenever and wherever the designer credits appear, in a size of type 25% of the size of the title, but no less favorable than the size of the other designer credits:
Video Created and Designed by Peter Flaherty
 
In addition, if the Broadway orchestrations/arrangements are used, the following credits must be added on the title page of all programs for the Play:
Orchestrations by Michael Starobin 
(25%)
 
Arrangements by David Loud  
(25%)
 
NOTE:  If MTI or a licensee uses the Joan Marcus photo of Sondheim that appeared in the Roundabout artwork, she must receive credit:  “Photo by Joan Marcus.”
Additional Song Credits: You shall include the following credits whenever and wherever the other song credits appear in all programs for the Play:
“Do I Hear A Waltz?”
© 1965 by Richard Rodgers and Stephen Sondheim.  Copyright Renewed.
Williamson Music (ASCAP), an Imagem Company, owner of publication and allied rights of Richard Rodgers. Burthen Music Company, Inc., owner of publication and allied rights of Stephen Sondheim.  International Copyright Secured.  All Rights Reserved.  Used by Permission.
 
“Something’s Coming” by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim.
© 1957 Amberson Holdings LLC & Stephen Sondheim.  Copyright renewed.
 
Video Credits: You shall include the following credits in all programs for the Play:
Clips from “The Mike Douglas Show” courtesy of CBS Television Distribution; clip from the Bernard Levin Interviews courtesy of BBC and the Levin Estate; clip from “The David Frost Show” courtesy of CBS Television Distribution and David Frost ; clips from “The South Bank Show” are courtesy of ITV Studios Limited; clips showing actors and Stephen Sondheim rehearsing for Company and clip showing Ethel Merman and various cast members from Gypsy courtesy of Pennebaker Hegedus Films, Pamela Myers and the Estate of Ethel Merman; clips from “20/20” courtesy of ABC News; clips from “60 Minutes” courtesy of CBS News Archive and Diane Sawyer; West Side Story footage is courtesy of MGM, the Estate of Natalie Wood and Richard Beymer; “Send in the Clowns Montage”: Clip of Glynis Johns courtesy of Glynis  Johns; clip of Frank Sinatra courtesy of South Bay Music and the Frank Sinatra Estate; clip of Judy Collins courtesy of the “Muppet Show” and Judy Collins; clip of Patti LaBelle courtesy of Pattonium, Inc.; clip of A Little Night Music  courtesy of Sascha Films and Elizabeth Taylor; clip of Judy Dench from A Little Night Music courtesy of ITV Studios Limited and Judi Dench; clip of The Treorchy Male Choir courtesy of Frederick O’Brien and Dean Powel; clip from One Voice courtesy of Barbra Streisand; clips of Olivia Broderick courtesy of Miriam Ascarelli and James Broderick; clip of Aldo Blaga courtesy of Aldo Blaga; clip of ice skater, Joan Chanel, choreography Bobby Beauchamp, courtesy of Joan Chanel; clip of Bernadette Peters courtesy of Bernadette Peters; clip of Sarah Vaughan courtesy of the Estate of Sarah Vaughan; clip of Warren Freeman courtesy of Warren Freeman.  Various photos courtesy of Black Star, Freidman-Abeles Studio, Getty Images, Martha Swope; Peter Cunningham, Rivka Katvan, Mary Rodgers Guettel and RHO/Imagem.  Photograph by Richard Avedon, Stephen Sondheim, composer, New York, June 12, 1961 © 2010 The Richard Avedon Foundation.
The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited