Stephen Sondheim

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United States composer of musicals (born in 1930)

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The IMAJINE 2005 benefit was created by a panel of prominent cultural figures including Matthew Barney, Steven Sondheim, Amon Miyamoto, John Weidman, Tomoko and Kurt Masur, Mary McFadden, Julie Taymor, Hiroshi Sugimoto and John Zorn.
Assassins,'' a musical by Steven Sondheim, opened on Broadway in 1990 and ran just over a year.
What a gay final day as musical maestro Steven Sondheim watches their big benefit concert.
He was in Sweeney Todd, the musical Steven Sondheim wrote with former Everyman director Chris Bond, which was Jo's first show when she came to Liverpool.
Positioned in the top echelon of jazz vocalists, Freelon has performed for the legendary Julie Andrews at the Society of Singers "Ella Awards," and at the Steven Sondheim Tribute at Carnegie Hall, Variety -- The Children's Charity, as well as the Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon.
And in the same category, but for Comedy or Musical, Dame Helen Mirren and Emily Blunt are both hoping to be recognised for there respective roles in The Hundred Foot Journey and Steven Sondheim adaptation Into The Woods.
The last was a popular destination for A-list celebrities such as Diane Keaton, Kathleen Turner, Peter Allen, Ann Margaret, Claudette Colbert and Steven Sondheim.
What: Peisha McPhee combines Steven Sondheim musical numbers with quotes from William Shakespeare.
The series' guest list is a virtual "who's who" of Hollywood's most reclusive stars; past guest have included Paul Newman, Sally Field, Julia Roberts, Billy Crystal, Carol Burnett, Dennis Hopper, Neil Simon, Jessica Lange, Steven Sondheim, Anjelica Huston, Meg Ryan, Christopher Walken, Christopher Reeve, Glenn Close, Martin Landau, Michael Douglas, Ben Affleck, Mike Myers and many others.
THE FROGS This is the famous musical, based on the comedy by Aristophanes, that Steven Sondheim composed before he was Steven Sondheim.
The series' guest list is a virtual "who's who" of Hollywood's most reclusive stars; past guest have included Paul Newman, Sally Field, Julia Roberts, Alec Baldwin, Billy Crystal, Carol Burnett, Dennis Hopper, Holly Hunter, Neil Simon, Jessica Lange, Harvey Keitel, Gene Wilder, Matthew Broderick, Faye Dunaway, Mike Nichols, Shelly Winters, Anthony Quinn, Neil Simon, Steven Sondheim, Anjelica Huston, Meg Ryan, Christopher Walken, Christopher Reeve, Glenn Close, Martin Landau, Michael Douglas, Ben Affleck, Mike Myers and many others.