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  • "I understand Sondheim's sensitivity," Ms. Nottage said.

    Seeking New Clarity in a Provocative Classic

  • I only wish we could have seen Daly's famous performance as Rose in Sondheim's Gypsy, which must have been a match for her formidable talents.

    Master Class – review

  • Just as Jerry Herman's gentle wit stopped the show with "Bosom Buddies," Stephen Sondheim's sarcasm laid the caustic foundation for Elaine Stritch's big moment in 1970's Company.

    George Heymont: When the Claws Come Out

  • Sondheim's exceptional songwriting skill was also on display in 1964's Anyone Can Whistle, for which he wrote an acid-tongued duet between Mayor Cora Hoover Hooper (Lansbury) and Nurse Fay Apple (Lee Remick).

    George Heymont: When the Claws Come Out

  • Even as he describes the joy of playing the Prince in a production of Stephen Sondheim's Into The Woods while carrying on an intense affair with the actor playing the Baker, the audience senses that his late-year romance is bound to hit the skids.

    George Heymont: The Successful Monologist: Nature Versus Nurture?

  • And Catherine Zeta-Jones and Scarlett Johansson are both nominees, respectively for leading actress in a musical (for the revival of Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music) and featured actress in a play (a revival of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge).

    Tony takes a liking to Zeta-Jones, Law, Washington

  • "At the time of Sondheim's 80th birthday, all of New York erupted into Sondheim mania, and I was swept right up in it myself," said Mr. Bond, who has run the Beechman Theatre for the last five years.

    Taking Turns Tapping the Tenor of Sondheim

  • At Monday's installment of the series 16 performances is actually more than a few of Mr. Sondheim's flops ran on Broadway there were three singers who originated roles in "Sweeney Todd."

    Taking Turns Tapping the Tenor of Sondheim

  • "Anyone Can Whistle" has always seemed like one of Steven Sondheim's most pleasant and least complicated songs—it's often performed on all-Sondheim programs as a respite from heavier arias, like most of "Sweeney Todd" or "Passion."

    Taking Turns Tapping the Tenor of Sondheim

  • Some of Sondheim's best songs, including Being Alive and Getting Married Today, appear in Company, his 1970 musical about the unmarried Robert, who's very happy to stay that way, despite the best efforts of his married friends.

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