Barbra Streisand's second television special, aired in 1966 just after the singer-songwriter had completed a successful Broadway run of hit show 'Funny Girl'. Streisand sings surrounded by animals in a circus dream sequence and wanders the Philadelphia Museum of Art in a moody eight-minute piece. Filmed in spectacular colour, this companion piece to her first special is one for the ages. The vibrant colours become a metaphor for imagination, inventiveness, fantasy, and sheer brilliance.
|Production||Martin Erlichman||Executive Producer|
|Production||Willard Levitas||Associate Producer|
|Costume & Make-Up||Frederick Glaser||Hairstylist|
|Costume & Make-Up||Ray Diffen||Costume Design|