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The first national U.S. tour started on October 24, 1980, in Washington, D.C. and ended in August 1981 in Los Angeles, California. Lansbury was joined by Hearn  and this version was taped during the Los Angeles engagement and broadcast on The Entertainment Channel (one of the predecessors of today's A&E) on September 12, 1982. This performance would later be repeated on Showtime and PBS (the latter as part of its Great Performances series);  It was later released on home video through Turner Home Entertainment, and on DVD from Warner Home Video. The taped production was nominated for five Primetime Emmy Awards in 1985, winning three including Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program (for George Hearn). 
More Hot Pies! Sweeney Todd Extends Run at Barrow Street Theatre; New Stars Announced". March 2, 2017. From what I've been able to see , if the hair is wrong or the wig is cheap , it can ruin the whole effect !
Gottfried, Martin. Sondheim (Enlarged and Updated) (2000). Harry N. Abrams, Inc. ISBN 0-8109-4179-1. p. 125.
Purcell, Carey (June 24, 2014). " "God, That's Good!" Sweeney Todd - Prog Metal Version Will Be Orchestrated by The Fleet Street Collective". Playbill . Retrieved September 4, 2023. Victorian Vintage Dress, Civil War Ball Gown, Southern Belle Red and White Stripe Dress, Christmas Holiday Mrs. Claus Theater CostumeI have been cosplaying Sweeney Todd for 3 years now, and have put in a great deal of time researching and looking at pictures of the Sweeney Todd costume. So I thought I would share a bit of what I know.
BWW News Desk. "Decibel's SWEENEY TODD to Make World Premiere in French in Quebec City, Oct 28 – Nov 8". BroadwayWorld.com. Archived from the original on July 1, 2017 . Retrieved May 4, 2017. Sondheim has often said that his Sweeney Todd was about obsession – and close friends seemed to instinctually agree. When Sondheim first played songs from an early version of the show for Judy Prince (wife of the show's director), she told him: "Oh God – I didn't know this was what [ Sweeney Todd] was about. It's nothing to do with Grand Guignol. It's the story of your [own] life." This number was written for the original London production and first recorded for the 2000 New York Philharmonic concert performance.