Stephen Sondheim

Just to be exact, this is not the original 1955 version with Lillian Hellman script. (More about that later.) Just to be
But when you have a story that goes from Westphalia to Constantinople by way of Montevideo with a dozen other stops in between
Price also gives a significant amount of screen time to Abby Pogrebin, who played a small ensemble role (Evelyn) in the musical
Raul Esparza - Company, "Law & Order: SVU," "Hannibal" "I don't know about you but I've been a total news junkie. It's like
Judy Collins ended her set at the Café Carlyle yesterday with Leonard Cohen's "Suzanne," a bittersweet homage to the Canadian
Unfortunately, this is right around the time those new-fangled talkies are killing vaudeville. Also, Rose isn't very talented
(L to R) 'On The Twentieth Century;' Adolph Green, Larry Fuller, Imogene Coca, John Cullum & Betty Comden; photo: original
Soprano Heidi Stober springs to new heights as Norina in Don Pasquale at San Francisco Opera. With her opening night performance Stober marked a smashing entrance into bel canto opera and sparked what looks like a long-term association with composer Gaetano Donizetti and friends. Who around here knew she could sing like that?
Each of the four men performs on a lofty level, too. Aside from the wiry Rosales, who does join in larger numbers but mostly
Barbra Streisand is considered one of the greatest female singers of all time not just because of the sound of her voice, but what is behind it: intelligence and depth of understanding.
This month, they are back at the glamorous Feinstein's/54 Below supper club. They infuse humor, fierce passion and silliness as they perform an eclectic mix of knockout songs about sisterhood, love and, as Ripley says, "embracing radical self acceptance."
The evening literally took my breath away again and again. Robbins, Laurents, Bernstein and Sondheim are West Side Story's
Photo Credit: Linda Kline Remember Me, was a touching and delightful evening with outstanding performers singing songs that
As a vocal performance major, Jay became very acquainted with the advantages of staged concerts. He performed the role of Fabrizio Naccarelli in Adam Guettel's Light in the Piazza and the title role in the composer's Floyd Collins.
When Encores! clicks, it renders the imperfect to perfection. Do I Hear A Waltz? is a famously imperfect Broadway musical that very few ever got to see. (It ran for roughly six months, after opening in March 1965, and rarely gets revived.)
Phone rings, door chimes, in comes Stephen Sondheim's Company! Please let me know in the comments your favorite Bobby.
I braved frigid temperatures Saturday night to see Theater 2020's new production of Mr. Sondheim's masterpiece A Little Night Music. The story is based largely on the Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of a Summer Night.
On "Even The Losers":  "I got a text one day from Tiffanie at my label Bright Antenna. she told me she could hear me singing
During the past 50 years, Miles Kreuger has amassed the world's largest collection expressly dedicated to the histories of the American Musical theatre and film. I made the 4-minute doc below to introduce you to Miles, founder and president of the Institute of the American Musical.