Tag: Stephen Sondheim

‘Sunday in the Park’ colorfully explores meaning of art

Being an artist has never been easy. Consider Georges Seurat, the 19th-century Frenchman who painted the masterpiece “A Sunday Afternoon…

4 months ago

42nd Street Moon stages Sondheim’s ‘Saturday Night’

Stephen Sondheim completists will get a kick out of 42nd Street Moon’s production of “Saturday Night.” Sondheim’s first, long-lost musical,…

8 months ago

San Jose’s 3Below opens with Sondheim revue

South Bay theater lovers are invited to get up close and personal with Stephen Sondheim at the new 3Below in…

10 months ago

‘Candide’ has become a cult favorite

Patrons anticipating upcoming San Francisco Symphony concerts of “Candide” and expecting a novel experience may be pleasantly surprised upon hearing…

11 months ago

Follow Fiasco’s rewarding trek ‘Into the Woods’

When die-hard Stephen Sondheim fans hear of a major new production of a title from the master’s canon, they “wish……

2 years ago

‘Assassins’ hits artistic, emotional bullseye

There’s a temptation to make bad jokes about the timeliness of a production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Assassins” in today’s divisive…

2 years ago

Emily Skinner celebrates Sondheim and more

Tony Award-nominee Emily Skinner is becoming a very welcome presence on The City’s performing arts scene. She led a revival…

3 years ago

More funny things need to happen in ‘Forum’

People who accuse Stephen Sondheim of being too highbrow have usually not encountered “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way…

3 years ago