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No One Is Alone

(Photo Credit: Providence Singers)

This past weekend, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to perform the song “No One Is Alone” from the Sondheim musical, … 1,041 more words

Stop What You're Doing and Go See Sweeney Todd at the Denver Center


I haven’t seen a show this good since Wicked at New York’s Gershwin Theater. I don’t care if you “don’t like musicals;”  790 more words

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You are so fair

It’s OK to disagree. I feel that Sheldon Harnick (of Fiddler on the Roof, and She Loves Me, now playing) is our greatest living lyricist. 1,521 more words

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Abbacadabra: The Broadway Lovechild That Time Forgot

What if Into the Woods and Mamma Mia had a baby? And one of the “Les Miz” writers delivered that baby? Get ready to meet the musical mutant known as “Abbacadabra”! 1,742 more words


Show offers stripped-down, bloodied-up Sondheim

By Richard Ades

If Columbus barbers have noticed a drop in business recently, it could be because the local theater scene is offering not one, but two productions of the bloodthirsty musical… 742 more words


Things I'd like my teenage girls to know. In no particular order.

I’m turning 45 in a week. I just came back from a long road trip to LI where I had the chance to listen to really sad and contemplative music (fuck you Sondheim and Simon and Garunkle) and reflect on shit for like hours. 1,511 more words

Happy Birthday, Stephen: Sharing a Birthday with a Legend

Stephen Sondheim and I were born 65 years apart. But somehow I feel like I was supposed to be born on this day. My mom was in labour for a long time before I eventually entered the world at almost nine o’clock in the morning one fateful Wednesday; I could’ve been born earlier. 404 more words