Six by Sondheim.
Six by Sondheim.
Nathan Lane meets up backstage with Stephen Sondheim after the Philharmonic’s Symphonic Sondheim program last evening. It was a purely musical evening of the composer’s works sans lyrics, although Nathan provided plenty of words as the host, in his Philharmonic debut.
(Chris Lee photo)
Into The Woods (1991)
Careful the tale you tell, that is the spell…
"There was a cabaret. There was a Master of Ceremonies. There was a city called Berlin in a country called Germany. It was the end of the world, and I was dancing with Sally Bowles, and we were both fast asleep…."
what the fuck is this shit
release the penguins
are those ten fortes
I see two dinosaurs nuzzling each other.
EIGHT NOTE CHORDS? What instrument(s) is this for? An octopus??
Its called the Death Waltz, and was written as a joke but people have attempted it on piano.
Saxes move downstage.
SWEET JESUS CLICK THAT
I come across some amusing screenshots when making those “Merrily” posts. This ended up not being the one I used, but it should give you a good idea of what scene I went with for the next one.
give us more to see.
Favorite musical theatre characters // as voted by my followers (x)
First place~ Dot, Sunday in the Park with George.
…George is very special. Maybe I am just not special enough for him.
Stephen Sondheim is my hero.
Photos of the Roundabout Theatre Company’s new-ish revival of “Cabaret”, from playbill.com
Stephen Sondheim & Julie Andrews, Alderney, 1962.
Sondheim writes the music and lyrics, and because he’s so smart and goes so deep with his feelings, there’s a lot to explore, get involved with and learn about. - Bernadette Peters
Sunday in the Park With George. Kevin Depinet.