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Interview: Peter Ong and Petrina Kow from Stephen Sondheim’s Company (Singapore)

The two cast members answer questions about their experiences rehearsing the Tony-winning musical. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Assassins by Sondheim and Weidman at the Actors Circle Theatre

The Coeurage Theatre Company presents Assassins with terrific singers but weak direction. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): A Little Night Music by Sondheim and Wheeler at East West Players.

East West Players disappoints with an awkwardly conceived staging. Read More »

Theatre Review (Los Angeles): Follies at the Ahmanson Theatre

Seeing the show with the eyes of a now-senior, I really appreciated it. The music, which has become classic, is still some of Sondheim’s best. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Passion by Sondheim and Lapine at the Met Theatre- Mainstage

Doma Theatre Company attempts Sondheim's Passion with mixed results. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): West Side Story (National Tour) at the Pantages Theatre

Somewhat modified from the original, this revival is still a rare treat. Read More »

Sondheim at 80: Side by Side by Glee

Stephen Sondheim turns 80, and Broadway's still here too, but theatre has changed utterly. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at the Freud Theatre

Sondheim's musical comedy gets a rousing, hilarious revival thanks to the direction of David Lee and the musical stagings of Peggy Hickey. Read More »

Theatre Review (Los Angeles):Putting It Together by Sondheim at South Coast Repertory

Putting It Together has a good production in Coats Mesa with Harry Groener Read More »