HGO waltzes through Sondheim's beloved musical.
Several local companies put their stamp on Sweeney Todd.
Masquerade Theatre spends Sunday in the Park with George.
Keef: What he shares with SondheimReading the memoirs, back to back, of Keith Richards and Stephen Sondheim produces the cultural bends you might expect. Sondheim's Finishing the Hat is a meticulous study of lyric writing -- and it's not intended to be full-fledged memoir -- while Richards' ... More >>
An untimely fire forced Masquerade Theatre to change their lineup of shows
From Maria to Mrs. Lovett, this is the man that was behind a Broadway revolution
Photo by Jerry JacksonWhen he's not busy being one of the most astute critics of today's political culture for The New York Times, Frank Rich is part of an occasional Q&A road show where he interviews Stephen Sondheim for appreciative audiences.The two are coming to Houston October 25 for An ... More >>
We've written before at the disappointment, the dreary malaise, the gloomy oppression that comes with learning Houston theatergoers will endure yet another season of Broadway warhorses like Sound of Music without getting to hear any Stephen Sondheim.While Houston won't likely be hearing any Sondheim ... More >>
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Bayou City Performing Arts has a few friends join it on stage
Its meat pies for everyone in this dark, bloody musical
Tim Burton's gorgeously gruesome new film
Musical of Musicals is hilarious to Broadway babies
Rich, resonant Sweeney Todd is a modern American opera
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Somehow, Odessa will be Woodstock this summer for Sondheim lovers
The highbrow thespians at the Alley take on a lowbrow musical
Whether it's Sondheim or St. Nicholas, nobody lives happily ever after
Sondheim's terrific revue Putting It Together underscores his dark beliefs about marriage
The Great Caruso's Forum adds a new layer of delightful kitsch to Sondheim's musical
Stephen Sondheim's timeless musical about marriage ponders the Company we keep
The Woods are lovely, dark and deep in Masquerade Theatre's production
January 28 - February 3, 1999