The two cast members answer questions about their experiences rehearsing the Tony-winning musical.
The Coeurage Theatre Company presents Assassins with terrific singers but weak direction.
East West Players disappoints with an awkwardly conceived staging.
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.
Doma Theatre Company attempts Sondheim's Passion with mixed results.
Somewhat modified from the original, this revival is still a rare treat.
Stephen Sondheim turns 80, and Broadway's still here too, but theatre has changed utterly.
Sondheim's musical comedy gets a rousing, hilarious revival thanks to the direction of David Lee and the musical stagings of Peggy Hickey.
Putting It Together has a good production in Coats Mesa with Harry Groener