American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Sondheim, Stephen Born 1930. American composer and lyricist whose musicals include Gypsy (1959) and Sweeney Todd (1979). He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1985 for Sunday in the Park with George.
- n. United States composer of musicals (born in 1930)
“It has Web sites (www. sondheim.com, naturally), a quarterly magazine, fan clubs on two continents and a cadre of zealots who will travel almost anywhere to see any Sondheim show.”
“NEW YORK Don't get theater and cabaret veteran Barbara Cook started on the physical attributes of singer/actress Vanessa Williams, her co-star in Sondheim on Sondheim, the new Broadway musical at Studio 54.”
“Barbara Cook, Vanessa Williams and company (including Stephen Sondheim on video) paint a portrait of the composer's lyrics and music in Sondheim on Sondheim at Studio 54..”
“Now, at 83, she is nominated for a 2010 Tony Award for her performance in "Sondheim on Sondheim." 7: 30 p.m.”
“Sure, I think Stephen Sondheim is a god, but I also liked Air Supply back in the day.”
“He writes musicals but, alongside Albee and Mamet, Sondheim is a game-changing dramatist.”
“In the "attendant Comments, Principles, Heresies, Grudges, Whines and Anecdotes" of the book's subtitle, Sondheim is generous yet clear-eyed about his mentor.”
“There's a lot of wise poignancy in Sondheim's lyrics and James Levine's book.”
“But this offering from the musical autograph dealer Roger Gross Ltd., a signed note from Stephen Sondheim, is 40 kinds of wonderful: posted by Matthew @ 9: 55 AM”
“I love that you go from Babbitt Kern Gershwin Sondheim Babbitt, I love your writing.”
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