Jerry Herman's Broadway: Live at the Hollywood Bowl is a star-studded tribute to the Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist. The tribute includes stars from Broadway, television and film performing Herman's classic scores and Broadway numbers, including selections from "Hello, Dolly!", "La Cage aux Folles", "Mack and Mabel", and "Dear World". Many of his compositions found adoring fans outside the theater, with "Hello, Dolly!" becoming a no. 1 hit in the United States, unseating The Beatles in 1964. Included in the film is Bea Arthur performing her trademark "Man in the Moon" from "Mame", backed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic with guest conductor Don Pippen. The concert was filmed before a live audience at the Hollywood Bowl in 1993. Also taking the stage are Carol Channing, Lorna Luft, Rita Moreno, Michael Feinstein, George Hearn, Florence Lacey and Davis Gaines with Charlie O'Donnel acting as announcer. Pre-recorded greetings are offered by Angela Lansbury, Linda McCartney, Paul McCartney and Liza Minnelli.