Musical theater giant Stephen Sondheim turned 90 on March 22, and Stevie Wonder—for my money, the greatest popular music composer of the last 60 years—turned 70 on May 13.
Road Show is unlikely to top anyone’s list of Sondheim favorites, it’s an often entertaining take on a quintessentially American story.
An outstanding production of a Stephen Sondheim musical that was initially thought to be a misfire.
Director Julianne Boyd is faced with a difficult challenge — dramatizing an outdated psychological travelogue.
The cherry on top of this terrific production is its stunning technical design, from lighting and sets to sound, projection, and costumes.
There’s a lot of love in the Lyric Stage Company’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s 1970 Tony Award winning show, Company.
The revue is a moving and hilarious mixture of reminiscences and stories about Sondheim’s life and a well-chosen sampler of his songs.
The Huntington Theatre Company’s magnificent production of Stephen Sondheim’s masterpiece A Little Night Music is as good as it gets.
The fine efforts of the New Rep performers and Jim Petosa’s thoughtful staging can’t solve this musical’s central flaw.
To darken a story that already hinges on rape, murder, and cannibalism takes some doing, but the edgy Lyric Stage production pulls it off.