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  1. A Little Night Music (Libretto) by Stephen Sondheim, Hugh Wheeler, 1973-11-30
  3. Send in the Clowns, From a Little Night Music (Sheet Music) by Stephen Sondheim, 1973-01-01
  4. Merrily We Roll Along: Vocal Selections by Stephen Sondheim, 1998-05
  5. Assassins by Stephen Sondheim, John Weidman, 1993-01-01
  6. Art Isn't Easy: The Achievement of Stephen Sondheim by Joanne Gordon, 1990-08-14
  7. All Sondheim, Volume 3 by Stephen Sondheim, 1999-07
  8. Follies: A New Musical by James Goldman, Stephen Sondheim, 1971
  9. Assassins: Vocal Selections by Stephen Sondheim, 2010-04-01
  10. Gypsy by Arthur Laurents, Stephen Sondheim, et all 1994-04-01
  12. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Vocal Score) by Stephen Sondheim, 1981-01-01
  13. Saturday Night (Vocal Selections)
  14. A Little Night Music: A New Musical Comedy by Hugh and Stephen Sondheim Wheeler, 1973

41. - Putting It Together Since 1994.
Information on the original OffBroadway production of stephen sondheim's Assassins.

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This musical, with a book by John Weidman, explores the history of presidential assassination in America, from John Wilkes Booth to John Hinckley, Jr. Assassins climaxes in a surreal sequence where the assassins convince Lee Harvey Oswald that his act is the only way he will connect with them, with history, and with the world. The song "Something Just Broke" was added for the London productions, and has been included in all subsequent productions, although it has not yet been recorded.
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Original Production Info: Opened December 18, 1990 Closed February 16, 1991 Theatre Playwrights Horizons Ran 73 Performances Music Stephen Sondheim Lyrics Stephen Sondheim Book John Weidman Based on an idea by Charles S. Gilbert, Jr. Producer Playwrights Horizons Director Jerry Zaks Set Designer Loren Sherman Costume Designer William Ivey Long Lighting Designer Paul Gallo Sound Designer Scott Lehrer Hair Design Angela Gari Choreography D.J. Giagni

42. Sondheim, Stephen Joshua. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
sondheim, stephen Joshua. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 200105.
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43. Gypsy
A synopsis of the musical by Arthur Laurents, stephen sondheim and Jule Styne.
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Book by ARTHUR LAURENTS Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM Music by JULE STYNE Based on the autobiography of GYPSY ROSE LEE
First produced at the Broadway Theatre on May 21, 1959, with Ethel Merman as "Rose", Jack Klugman as "Herbie" and Sandra Church as "Louise".
G YPSY was the musical comedy adaptation of Gypsy: A Memoir , the autobiography of Gypsy Rose Lee, who has become famous in burlesque as a striptease artist. With her sister, June (the distinguished motion-picture star, June Havoc), she had had a rich career in the theatre, always driven on to ever-greater successes by an over-ambitious and persevering mother. The play opens in a little vaudeville house where several child acts are being rehearsed for a contest. The team of Baby Louise and Baby June are one of the attractions; their mother, Rose, seated in the back of the house, continually thunders out bits of advice to her children. When the three return home Rose prevails on her husband to provide funds with which to build a vaudeville act around June. That act "Baby June and her Newsboys" tours the vaudeville circuit for a number of years. We next encounter the girls and their mother backstage in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Herbie, a salesman, saunters in. Now he gives the theatre manager advice to put a motion-picture into his show; now he urges Rose to allow her kids to grow up in a normal home under the normal guidance of parents. Something about Herbie impresses Rose that he has the makings of a good agent. She suggests that they team up to further June's career ("Small World"). Now the act reaches Akron, Ohio. It is Louise's birthday, and a celebration is taking place in the family's dingy hotel room. They eat chow mein and egg rolls; Louise gathers her gifts, one of which is a live pet lamb; and the talk is all about a new farm act Mama Rose has in mind for June. When Herbie appears, he brings with him Mr. Goldstone, who represents the Orpheum vaudeville circuit. His influence and connections are tapped.

44. - Putting It Together Since 1994.
Information on the original Broadway production of stephen sondheim's 'A Little Night Music.'

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Based on the Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of a Summer Night, this musical with a book by Hugh Wheeler, concerns three mismatched couples. Desiree Armfeldt, an actress, is seeing Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm who is married to Charlotte Malcolm. Frederik Egerman, Desiree's past lover, is married to the still-virginal Anne, who is half his age. Henrik Egerman, Frederik's son who is also a divinity student, loves his stepmother Anne, who is a year younger than him. Petra, Frederik and Anne's maid, Madame Armfeldt, Desiree's mother, and Frederica, Desiree's daughter round out the action which occurs in town and at "A Weekend in the Country" at Madame Armfeldt's house in the land of the midnight sun. The musical features a lieder quintet as a Greek chorus. Show Data
Original Broadway Production: Opened February 25, 1973 Theatre Shubert Theatre Ran 601 performances Music Stephen Sondheim Lyrics Stephen Sondheim Book Hugh Wheeler Suggested by the film Smiles of a Summer Night by Ingmar Bergman Producer Harold Prince in association with Ruth Mitchell Director Harold Prince Choreography Patricia Birch Scenic Production Designer Boris Aronson Costume Designer Florence Klotz Lighting Designer Tharon Musser Music Published Tommy Valando Musical Direction Harold Hastings Orchestrations Jonathan Tunick
Original Broadway Cast: Mr. Lindquist

45. MSN Encarta - Stephen Sondheim
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Encyclopedia Article Multimedia 1 item Sondheim, Stephen Joshua , born in 1930, American composer and lyricist, known for his contributions to musical theater ( see Music, Theatrical ). Born in New York City, he grew up in rural Pennsylvania, where he became a student of his neighbor, American librettist Oscar Hammerstein II . Sondheim attended Williams College, then went to New York City to study with avant-garde American composer Milton Babbitt . After working as a scriptwriter for the television series “Topper” (series ran 1953 to 1955), Sondheim wrote the lyrics for the musical West Side Story (1957), with music by American composer and conducter

46. - Putting It Together Since 1994.
Information on the original Broadway production of Pacific Overtures.

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A musical with book by John Weidman, Pacific Overtures traces the history of Japan from the first contact with America (via Commodore Matthew Perry) through the modern age. The "development" of the country is represented by two characters, Kayama Yasaemon, a traditional samurai, and his friend Manjiro, a fisherman who had been shipwrecked in Boston, where he embraced Western ways. As Japan becomes more Westernized, Kayama embraces the new culture while Manjiro rejects it, rediscovering his roots. All this is acted out against a backdrop of the greater changes in Japan, as the Japanese and the world powers all try to capitalize on the opening up of Japan. Includes the songs "Poems," "Pretty Lady," and "Someone in a Tree."
Original Broadway Production Opened January 11, 1976 at the Winter Garden Theatre
Ran for 193 performances
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by John Weidman
Additional Material by Hugh Wheeler
Produced by Harold Prince in association with Ruth Mitchell
Directed by Harold Prince
Choreography by Patricia Birch
Scenic Production Designed by Boris Aronson Costumes Designed by Florence Klotz Lighting Designed by Tharon Musser Kabuki Consultant - Haruki Fujimoto Makeup and Wigs Designed by Richard Allen Masks and Dolls by E.J. Taylor

47. MSN Encarta - Related Items - Academy Awards
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48. Sondheim!
Article published August, 2002, with information on a summer music festival.
document.write(''); Sondheim read full text Sondheim! A summer festival showcases the wit and artistry of the musical-theater master, drawing "nuts" from all over West Side Story The Sondheim Review . Web sites like are filled with the impassioned chat of devotees discussing the life and work of the man they call "the master." As New York magazine once asked, "Is Stephen Sondheim God?" When the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. opened its box office this past February for its summerlong "Sondheim Celebration," ticket buyers jammed 40 phone lines, clicked on the Web site 55 times a second and stood in long queues outside. Ticket sales shattered the one-day record, previously held by Beauty and the Beast . The festival, which concludes in late August, features new productions of S weeney Todd Sunday in the Park with George A Little Night Music Company Passion and Merrily We Roll Along Writer Chip Brown attended the Kennedy Center's production of Sunday with some trepidation because, as he put it, "enchantment can't be bottled, and 18 years had gone by since I first saw the show and became a Sondheim nut. Few things are more embarrassing than the object of a passion after it has cooled. Would it be like rediscovering some ghastly old love letter or overheated journal entry, where you cringingly wonder what the fuss was all about? "And then the curtain went up on a striking stage set with covered easels, and from the orchestra pit a French horn cried out, and strings came flowing up like a flood of water from a spring, and the driving percussive motifs of the piano pressed their argument forward. Sure, it was easy to mark what wasn't as good as the original (or the original as I remembered it), but memory slips too easily into myth, and after a while I found I wasn't holding back with crossed arms and a show-me face."

49. - Putting It Together Since 1994.
Information on the original Broadway production of stephen sondheim's 'Sunday in the Park with George' including cast lists and production staff.

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A musical with book by James Lapine, based on the painting "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte." Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. George, a painter, has trouble connecting with his lover, Dot, when he thinks he has to choose between her and painting because he can't balance them both. The second act reveals that his great-grandson has similar problems, but he is able to start working through them when he returns to the island (now covered in condos) and is visited by a spectral vision of Dot. Like Merrily We Roll Along Sunday employs evolving musical motifs such as Dot's first act showstopper, "We Do Not Belong Together," which eventually becomes her message to the 1984 George: "Move On," in which she and George realize, "We have always belonged together." Includes the songs "Finishing the Hat," "Putting It Together," and "Children and Art."
Original Broadway Production Opened May 2, 1984, Booth Theatre
Ran for 540 performances
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by James Lapine
Produced by the Shubert Organization and Emanuel Azenberg by arrangement with Playwrights Horizons
Directed by James Lapine
Scenery by Tony Straiges
Costumes by Patricia Zipprodt and Ann Hould-Ward
Lighting by Richard Nelson Special Effects by Bran Ferren Sound by Tom Morse Hair and Makeup by Lo Presto/Allen Movement by Randolyn Zinn Music Published by Tommy Valando Musical Direction by Paul Gemignani Orchestrations by Michael Starobin

50. NEWSMEAT - Stephen Sondheim's Federal Campaign Contributions
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51. The Sondheim Crostics
Puzzles (HTML GIF) based on the works of stephen sondheim.
A collection of puzzles made out of the master's lyrics.
These are low tech puzzles; you will have to print them out onto paper to solve them.
Fill in the missing words in the phrases from the Sondheim lyrics in the numbered blanks. Then fill the letters into the squares above the corresponding numbers in the grid. On most of the puzzles, I have filled in a few letters to get you started.
This will reveal one of my favorite quotes from the book of a Sondheim show. (Please note that the words wrap around the edges of the grid.)

52. Stephen Sondheim American Composer West Side Story, Gypsy
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53. West Side Story: From Stage To Screen
A study of the Leonard Bernestein/stephen sondheim musical, especially on film. Includes cast and crew credits, song commentary with illustration and MIDI, purchase links, and contact information.
The Cast
Natalie Wood ... Maria
Richard Beymer ... Tony
Russ Tamblyn ... Riff
Rita Moreno ... Anita
George Chakiris ... Bernardo
Simon Oakland ... Lieutenant Schrank
Ned Glass... Doc
William Bramley... Officer Krupke
Tucker Smith ... Ice
Tony Mordente .... Action David Winters .... A-Rab Eliot Feld .... Baby John Bert Michaels .... Snowboy David Bean .... Tiger Robert Banas .... Joyboy Anthony 'Scooter' Teague .... Big Deal Harvey Hohnecker .... Mouthpiece Tommy Abbott .... Gee-Tar Susan Oakes .... Anybodys Gina Trikonis .... Graziella Carole D'Andrea .... Velma Jose De Vega .... Chino Jay Norman .... Pepe Gus Trikonis .... Indio Eddie Verso .... Juano Jaime Rogers .... Loco Larry Roquemore .... Rocco

54. SONDHEIM, STEPHEN (Subject) - Books, Journals, Articles @ The Questia Online Lib
sondheim, stephen (Subject) Online Library. We searched for subjects sondheim, stephen and found 50 total results., Stephen&subjectsSear

55. Quincy Jones - Film And TV Composer
Biography emphasizes range of musical styles including collaborators such as stephen sondheim, IceT, and Frank Sinatra. List of films he scored. Home Classical Other Styles Original ... Reviews Composer Back
Quincy Jones - musician, arranger, composer, producer
Quincy Jones started out in Jazz bands, playing Trumpet with some of the leading names in Jazz and Bebop including Count Basie, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles, Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Theolonius Monk, Herbie Hancock, Ella Fitzgerald and Billy Holiday. He took up arranging and composing band music, spent some time in the record company Mercury Records, reinvented himself as a film composer, before becoming one of the leading music producers. Along the way he demonstrated a knack for honing some fine tunes, be they Jazz, Blues, Soul, Latin, Rock or Pop, and he has worked with Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Michael Jackson, Steven Speilberg and Ice-T. He can no longer play trumpet following an emergency operation to fix an aneurism in the brain, but his other careers are enough to keep him very busy indeed! As a composer, he can produce sleezy, dark-sounding music as required for films like "In Cold Blood", "The Pawnbroker" and "In the Heat of the Night", but can also create lively upbeat music too. "The Italian Job" is the classic caper movie starring Michael Caine, Noel Coward, racing Minis and a great soundtrack by Quincy Jones. The title track is sung by Matt Munro in English and Italian, and other tracks are full of 60s kitsch including a jazzed up version of Greensleeves . Jones was staying in London to work on the movie with the ever-reliable lyricist Don Black, and was fascinated and amused by Cockney Rhyming Slang. This led to the real musical tour-de-force of the movie in the form of the "Getta Bloomin' Move On!" track by the "Self Preservation Society" towards the end of the movie which successfully blends bits of Classical Bach, English Pomp and Circumstance, Cockney Cheek, Football Chants and carefree caper frolicks. It's worth getting the soundtrack for this track alone.

56. Rodgers And Hammerstein Biography For SONDHEIM, STEPHEN
stephen sondheim wrote the music and lyrics for A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (1962), ANYONE CAN WHISTLE (1964), COMPANY (1970),, STEPHEN

57. Nine_home
Musical geschreven door stephen sondheim. Het verhaal, de schrijver, cast en reserveren.
Welkom op de site van Nine, de musical
Deze site is nog onder constructie en wordt binnenkort uitgebreid met informatie over de cast, het creatieve
team, het theater, reserveringen, kortom, houd de site in de gaten!
De kaartverkoop van Nine is 23 april van start gegaan. Kaarten kosten 20 euro per stuk.
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De musical Nine staat volop in de belangstelling. Sinds bekend is gemaakt dat Nine
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Van 23 juni tot en met 31 juli zal Nine te zien zijn in het Openluchttheater Birkhoven in Amersfoort.
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58. Sondheim, Stephen --  Encyclopædia Britannica
sondheim, stephen US composer and lyricist whose brilliance in matching words and music in dramatic situations broke new ground for Broadway musical
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Stephen Sondheim
born March 22, 1930, New York City
U.S. composer and lyricist whose brilliance in matching words and music in dramatic situations broke new ground for Broadway musical theatre.
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59. Welcome To Young Playwrights Inc.
Founded by stephen sondheim, Young Playwrights Inc. is America's only professional theater devoted solely to writers aged 18 or younger and to facilitating the study of playwriting for students and teachers.
Help us empower America's youth. Support YPI with a generous donation.
Click on the JustGive logo to charge your contribution. YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS INC. CELEBRATES FOUNDER STEPHEN SONDHEIM'S 75TH BIRTHDAY

more info at So, you're 18 years old or younger and you're interested in playwriting. Or you're a teacher and want to encourage your students' creative self-expression. Or maybe you're a parent looking for something constructive for your kids to do this summer, or a theater professional or philanthropist (please?) hoping to make a dramatic difference for America's youth. Well, you've all come to the right place. Young Playwrights Inc., YPI for short, is devoted entirely to introducing young people to writing for the theater and for themselves. Founded by Stephen Sondheim in 1981( click to read his remarks ), YPI offers many celebrated programs for young people and teachers, and is a model for playwright development programs across the US and Canada. YPI is the recipient of two Obies, the NY Drama Critics Circle Award, the Margo Jones Award, the

60. Sondheim, Stephen --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
sondheim, stephen (born 1930). As one of the most successful lyricists and composers in the United States—he won Grammy, Tony and New York Drama Critics
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