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Sondheim upstages cast in 'Sondheim on Sondheim'

BOSTON – God bless Spiro Veloudos. For that matter, God bless Peter DuBois.

They are dedicated disciples of the work of Stephen Sondheim, the iconic songwriter whose work has graced many of the most important musicals of the last half-century. 952 more words

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My Day at BroadwayCon Pt. I

January 22nd

8:56am- There are a ton of people lined up at the registration desks. No matter, the line seems like it will move quickly. Met Anthony, a NJ high schooler with a love for a million different musicals, and saw a couple dressed as Sweeney Todd and Mrs. 497 more words

Sondheim and Psalms

I was having lunch with my friend Kiki and we started to talk about the nature of religious art.  I love getting Kiki’s views on such things, she’s a pastor’s kid who is now a Buddhist/Pagan practitioner so she can offer a perspective I rarely consider.   577 more words

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Dexter's Encore Theatre presents an evening with Sondheim

Want to spend an intimate evening in iconic musical theater composer Stephen Sondheim’s living room, hearing stories and insights from the man himself?

That might be a tall order, but Encore Theatre aims to come close to giving you this experience by way of “Sondheim by Sondheim,” a show, conceived by James Lapine, that marries performances of several of Sondheim’s songs, spanning his long career, with video clips of the composer discussing his life and work. 564 more words

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January 17th - Songs from the musicals - "Sweeney Todd"

No “musical” anniversaries today, so here is “A little priest” from #SweeneyTodd, for which many followers of TDIS are rehearsing #singing;#feelgood

A Little Priest

Sweeney Todd: 795 more words

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Review: An entertaining and enlightening Sondheim salute

By John Lyle Belden

Did you know that it took three tries before “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” had an opening song that worked? 208 more words

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