The Fiasco Theater offers a stripped-down production of Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods.”
The small Fiasco Theater ensemble is bringing its stripped-down approach to the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical “Into the Woods.”
What happens when you take a Stephen Sondheim chamber piece — “Sunday in the Park With George” — and produce it operatically, quadrupling the size of the orchestra? Mr. Sondheim talks about the show.
Stephen Sondheim and Wynton Marsalis are collaborating on a new show that will feature jazz interpretations of Mr. Sondheim’s love songs.
The Paris production has turned Stephen Sondheim’s musical into an extravaganza, with elaborate sets and a 46-member orchestra.
The MacDowell Colony, the prestigious artists’ retreat in New Hampshire, has announced that the composer Stephen Sondheim will be awarded the 54th annual Edward MacDowell Medal for lifetime achievement in the arts. Mr. Sondheim will be the first artist from musical theater to receive the award. “This is not only a wonderful honor, but a sort of homecoming to me, as I spent much of my piano-playing childhood beginning with ‘To a Wild Rose’ and working my ...
The MacDowell Colony, the prestigious artists’ retreat in New Hampshire, has announced that the composer Stephen Sondheim will be awarded the 54th annual Edward MacDowell Medal for lifetime achievement in the arts.
Ms. Kuhn sings “Loving You” from the Classic Stage Company revival of this Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine musical.
The pianist Christopher O’Riley’s fascination with the contrapuntal textures of Radiohead songs inspired him to arrange many for keyboard. Art Tatum and Earl Wild were among the pianists to transcribe the works of George Gershwin. The pianist Anthony de Mare’s love of the songs of Stephen Sondheim has led him on a similar path, an adventurous project to commission classical, opera, jazz, pop, musical theater and film composers to write new works based on ...
The second installment of “Liaisons: Reimagining Sondheim From the Piano” included selections by 18 composers, all receiving their New York, American or world premieres.