Sondheim


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United States composer of musicals (born in 1930)

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But Sondheim goes one further, he makes the girls with the parasol -he calls her Dot and she becomes Seurat's girlfriend and muse.
Sondheim doesn't write show-stoppers but show surgers, and from the moment the glorious opening number whips up, introducing the central players, the show cartwheels onwards Into The Woods, until it lands at its unexpected but quite beautiful happy ever after with a Jack and Jill-sized bump.
In 1962 Sondheim had written the music and lyrics for the highly successful "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum'' (book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart).
The Sondheim Awards, presented at the GBC's annual meeting on May 22, recognize Lazarus and Bogomolny for the work they have done at their institutions to transform the midtown and Penn Station neighborhoods of Baltimore City, according to GBC President and CEO Donald C.
Not that the Sondheim musical is a vehicle for starry names.
95), fans will likely find their own enlightenment in the details as Sondheim, 80, guides readers through the golden age of his fabled career.
Stephen Sondheim There's certainly plenty of 'stuff' to like - Sondheim has a string of groundbreaking musicals to his name, as well as several Tonys, Grammys and an Oscar.
At one point, Sondheim mentioned that when he first saw the word Cinerama, he realized that it can be anagrammed to American.
WEST Side Story comes from the dream team of Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim but there's another talented duo involved in the latest production.
The film is directed by Tim Burton from a screenplay by John Logan, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, based on the Tony Award-winning musical "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" by Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler from an adaptation of "Sweeney Todd" by Christopher Bond.
Sondheim supervised, or at least approved, every musical change for the movie.
She also reveals how the four talents came together of composer Leonard Bernstein, lyricist Stephen Sondheim, bookwriter Arthur Laurents and choreographer Jerome Robbins.
For their second major production in this the 50th anniversary season since the reformation of Durham Musical Theatre Company, they're presenting the Stephen Sondheim musical comedy, Company.