Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel in Sweeney Todd at the 2014 New York Philharmonic Spring Gala on March 04, 2014.
allow me to introduce you to some things made by zuhair murad
the guy who showed me it was indeed possible to fall in love with dresses
Preview of the Philharmonic Sweeney Todd Musical
i lost it and started crying because i’m just..?
emma’s perfection is too much.
i can’t handle this anymore
Holy FUUUUUUUUUUUUUCCCCCCCKKKKKK!!!!!! This is the best video interview EVER. I’m dead now.
Emma Thompson as Mrs. Lovett in the New York Philarmonic’s musical Sweeney Todd. For information, this is the costume used in the beginning of the show, before she rips her sleeves and her dress. They all pretended to be reading scripts a few minutes, before going crazy and use all the stage.
Emma Thompson performing as Mrs Lovett in the New York Philharmonic’s Musical Sweeney Todd (March 5, 2014)
Emma Thompson performs “The Worst Pies in London.”
Through their artistry, wherever they wrought their magic, they made us believe, in place, time, light, story, or emotion. They mentored us, challenged us, inspired us, elevated us, and made us only want to be better. Because of their particular gifts, they gave us a greater understanding of the human condition and the human heart.We lost too many of them this year, but because of the great gift of film, they will live forever.
To those who are featured here tonight, and to the many deserving others who are in our hearts, we love you, we honor you, we miss you … but most of all, we thank you.
Here’s Emma Thompson taking Stephen Sondheim to the stage at the end of the Sweeney Todd concert and the biggest surprise that was Audra McDonald as the beggar woman.