Shana Farr | Confession, a short film by Starr-Films
Directed by Angelique Letizia Written by Joe Capozzi Director of Photography: Hiroshi Hara Produced by Kristen Busalacchi, Joe Capozzi, Stephanie Taylor, Bilgin Turker Cast: Alfredo Diaz, Mark Coffin, John Barbieri, Sheilagh Weymouth, Andrew Hofman, Kayla Wickes, Jack Ferry, Jonathan Ragins, Shana Farr, Joseph R. Capozzi
Shana Farr Sings "Somewhere In Time" - Clip
Sung here by Shana Farr with lyrics written by Larry Kerchner, "Somewhere In Time" is the theme song of the popular 1980 movie starring Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour. This is just a clip of the entire recording. Photos in this clip by: Stephanie Farr, Lynn Redmile, Stephen Sorokoff, Claudia Sintigo and Russ Weatherford.
Shana Farr | "Moon River" by Henri Mancini and Johnny Mercer
From the album Out Of The Shadows, "Moon River" by Henri Mancini and Johnny Mercer. Music Director / Piano, Jon Weber Cello, Adam Fisher Clarinet, Dan Levinson Producer / Artistic Director, Shana Farr Recorded and Mixed by Lawrence Manchester Recorded at Carriage House Studios
Shana Farr | "Losing My Mind" from Follies by Stephen Sondheim
From Shana Farr concert performance "It's Not Where You Start: The Songbook of Barbara Cook" "Losing My Mind" from Follies by Stephen Sondheim, Recorded Live at 54 Below, NYC Music Director/Piano: Jon Weber Director: Duncan Knowles Video Footage: Lorcan Otway
Shana Farr | "Not A Day Goes By" by Stephen Sondheim at Feinstein's/54 Below
From her solo concert "It's Not Where You Start: The Songbook of Barbara Cook" A clip of "Not A Day Goes By" from Merrily We Roll Along by Stephen Sondheim Recorded Live at 54 Below NYC Music Director/Piano, Jon Weber Director, Duncan Knowles Vido Footage, Lorcan Otway
Shana Farr in her solo show "Whistling Away The Dark"
In her critically acclaimed solo show "Whistling Away The Dark" Shana Farr brings her own interpretations to great American standards made popular by Julie Andrews. The show contains popular numbers by Rodgers & Hammerstein, Lerner & Loewe, Henry Mancini, the Sherman Brothers, the Gershwins, Noel Coward and more.