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 (sŏnd′hīm′), Stephen Joshua Born 1930.
American composer and lyricist whose musicals include Company (1970) and Sweeney Todd (1979). He won a Pulitzer Prize in 1985 for Sunday in the Park with George.

Sondheim

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(Biography) Stephen (Joshua). born 1930, US songwriter. He wrote the lyrics for West Side Story (1957), the score for Company (1971), and both for A Little Night Music (1973), Into the Woods (1987), and Passion (1994)
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Noun1.Sondheim - United States composer of musicals (born in 1930)
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Philippine Opera Company (POC) will mark its 20th anniversary with the production of Stephen Sondheim's Tony-winning musical, 'Passion,' on Sept.
Of course, there would have been no "Into the Woods." And musical theater would have been the poorer without Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's cleverly crafted, combination cautionary tale and coming-of-age saga about aspiring, overprotective (and absent) parents and willful children.
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Stephen Sondheim and the Reinvention of the American Musical.
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It was written by the playwright Arthur Laurents, who, with the help of Robbins and the lyricist Stephen Sondheim, adapted "West Side Story" in 1949.
In his 20s, when he was starting out, he'd go to some annual theater event at which, each year, he'd be introduced to Stephen Sondheim. Stephen Sondheim would ask him what he did.
"Art isn't easy."--Stephen Sondheim. Rubin takes readers on an incredible journey through Sondheim's development as a playwright, composer, and director.
Review Event: 'Sunday in the Park with George' by Dewsbury Arts Group Venue: Dewsbury Arts Space Review: By James Sykes ANY Society which tackles Stephen Sondheim faces a number of risks.
The Eugene Opera will be presenting Stephen Sondheim's "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" on March 13 and 15 at the Hult Center.
Any time a bigscreen adaptation is fashioned from the work of Stephen Sondheim, it's cause for celebration.
Stephen Sondheim's "Anyone Can Whistle,'' which opened April 4, 1964, at the Majestic Theatre has gone into Broadway lore -- as one of the most startling flops of all time.