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…

2 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,…

6 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…

8 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…

9 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