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Stephen Sondheim Wrote A Neo-Noir Film And You Probably Haven’t Seen It

With the passing of musical theater genius Stephen Sondheim, many fans are looking to fill in any gaps in their knowledge of his incredible body of work. While everyone will be checking out “West Side Story” and “Sweeney Todd,” few probably know about his 1973 neo-noir movie, “The Last of Sheila.” Yes, that’s a then-unknown Ian McShane […]

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Broadway and Hollywood Remember Stephen Sondheim: ‘He Was God to Many of Us’

Stephen Sondheim died peacefully at his home in Connecticut on Friday at the age of 91, leaving behind an irreplaceable legacy of all-time classic musicals, from “Into the Woods” to “Company,” “Sweeney Todd,” and “West Side Story.” His 70-plus-year career included an Oscar win, multiple Grammy wins, and a bevy of Tony Awards, and soon […]

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Christine Baranski Hails Stephen Sondheim as a Giant of Musical Theater: ‘We All Feel Like Orphans’

For Christine Baranski and a generation of musical theater stars, Stephen Sondheim, the legendary Broadway composer who died on Friday at 91, was nothing less than a father figure, a musical giant and an inspiration.“Even though he was 91 we are blindsided by the loss. We all feel like orphans,” Baranski told Variety as she […]

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The 6 Best Sondheim Movies to Help Dim the Lights on the Broadway Legend

The final curtain has fallen on Stephen Sondheim, maestro of American musical theater, who died at 91 on Friday. The brilliant mind behind “Into The Woods,” “Sweeney Todd,” “Company,” “Sunday in The Park With George,” and many, many more was a titan of Broadway, and the last living connection to the golden age of musicals. […]

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West Side Story Songwriter & Broadway Legend Stephen Sondheim Dies At 91

The illumination of ghost lights shine a bit brighter but the sounds of a little night music play a bit quieter today, as at 91 years old, Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim has passed away. One of the most important figures of 20th-century musical theater, Sondheim is considered by many to have reinvented the American musical. […]

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Stephen Sondheim Dies: Oscar-Winning Composer and Lyricist Was 91

Stephen Sondheim, the beloved Oscar- and Tony-winning composer and lyricist behind such productions as “Company,” “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” “Into the Words,” and the lyrics “West Side Story” and “Gypsy,” has died. He passed away early on Friday at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut at the age of 91. […]

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Stephen Sondheim, Composer of ‘Follies,’ ‘Sweeney Todd,’ Dies at 91

Stephen Sondheim, the dominant voice in American musical theater in the second half of the 20th century and the composer with the most Tony Awards, has died. He was 91. The Broadway icon died Friday, November 26th at his home in Roxbury, Conn. He was 91.His shows, from the comedic “A Funny Thing Happened on […]

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Stephen Sondheim: Stars Pay Tribute to Legendary Broadway Composer

Stephen Sondheim was hailed as one of the most influential and innovative voices in history of American musical theater by friends and fans following the composer’s death Friday at the age of 91.Sondheim was remembered for his musically challenging works, for his inventive storytelling and his unique approach to crafting stage musicals.Barbra Streisand was quick […]

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