As New York comes off a major round of Stephen Sondheim tributes, all inspired by the composer-lyricist’s 80th birthday earlier this year, the U.K. is having its own streak of Sondheim productions…
Merrily We Roll Along
Two West End concert perfs of Stephen Sondheim tuners are among the new additions to the sked of the Donmar Warehouse's "Sondheim at 80" celebration of the composer-lyricist.
Raul E. Esparza will leave his current gig in "Cabaret" this spring to travel south to Washington, D.C., where he is set to perform back-to-back starring roles in "Sunday in the Park With George" and…
Not a day goes by that Stephen Sondheim devotees don't wish for a production of "Merrily We Roll Along" to match the bitter yet ravishing beauty of that short-lived 1981 Broadway entry's score.
Here's to us. Who's like us? Damn few!" The lyric, of course, comes from Stephen Sondheim's "Merrily We Roll Along," but it's perhaps fitting that on June 7 and 8 --- and for those nights only…
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