Stephen sondheim - cameron mackintosh sondheim: putting it together


In 1998, Roundabout renovated, reopened and operated the former Henry Miller’s Theater as a Broadway home for their Tony award–winning production of Cabaret However, nine months into the run, a construction accident at an adjacent building forced the theater to close, and Cabaret transferred to Studio 54, where it ran for five more years. In 2009, the Henry Miller’s Theater reopened as the first LEED-certified Broadway theater, raising the bar for environmentally sustainable design and construction of performing arts venues. In 2010, it was renamed the Stephen Sondheim in honor of the legendary composer and lyricist’s 80th birthday.

Company features a brilliantly brisk and energetic score containing many of Stephen Sondheim's best known songs. The strength of the piece lies in its vivid yet real characters, meaning impressive technical aspects aren't necessary to convey the story. It can be told as effectively with a cavalcade of automated set pieces as it can with a chair or two. Every audience member will see reflections of themselves in at least one of the characters onstage.


Stephen Sondheim - Cameron Mackintosh Sondheim: Putting It TogetherStephen Sondheim - Cameron Mackintosh Sondheim: Putting It TogetherStephen Sondheim - Cameron Mackintosh Sondheim: Putting It TogetherStephen Sondheim - Cameron Mackintosh Sondheim: Putting It Together

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