Plus The Madrid, Passion, The Dance and the Railroad, Katie Roche, and Much Ado About Nothing.
This whole operation feels a little buried in its own footprint. Yet the cumulative result is inescapably magical.
"These are living legends and they're just getting shoes thrown at them."
Neil Patrick Harris! Spider-Men, plural!
And Sondheim will write new songs!
Daddies are still rich, mamas are still good-lookin', but the added happy-ending scene has been scrapped.
At the Museum of Natural History no less.
Live and in person, Sally Durant!
A fortissimo eruption from the master.
Sondheim made a spat where there never was a spat.
John Doyle's back in Cincinnati.
An early (and also fake) look at the Sondquel.
A charming interview.
Personally, I'm hoping for an incredible two-man version of "Another National Anthem" from 'Assassins.'
Nitsuh Abebe and Christopher Bonanos of 'New York' met up via instant messenger to do a little comparative-lit exercise.
Though hopefully they didn't inspire her sartorial choices, too.
Stephen Sondheim Wanted to Be First to Make a Broadway Character ‘Orgasm in the Middle of a Song’ — and Twelve More Revelations!
“I had hoped here to be the first [songwriter] to have a character reach an orgasm in the middle of a song."
"God! / I mean the man’s a / God!"
“If you have a problem with that, go see a shrink.”
He thinks he'll be dead before that happens.
Henry Miller's Theater, overhauled last year, will undergo a name change.
Despite a checkered development history, we're officially excited!
It's graphic-novel day in Hollywood. Plus: Backward theater news!
Plus: Lloyd Dobler kicks ass!