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In “Prince of Broadway,” Broadway’s King Crowns Himself

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It's pretty much is pretty much and-then-I wrote or else and-then-I-produced-directed.

Singing Sondheim in the Age of Donald Trump

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There are ways in which Sondheim is more than a musician; he's almost a life philosopher.

Intellect vs. Emotion: John Doyle’s “Pacific Overtures”

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John Doyle's elegantly ritualistic staging makes you think. Does it make you feel?

New York Musical Theatre Festival Disappoints Musically

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The craft and art of the song is assailed at the annual new-tuner event.

Farewell to the Irreplaceable Elaine Stritch

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Remembering the unique pleasure of interviewing the theater legend.

At What Age is “Promising” No Longer Promising?

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Theater vet Arthur Perlman's Kleban Prize as "promising" raises some questions.

Elaine Stritch Took Advantage of Me and Vice Versa

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When she goes--if she goes--she goes as one of the irreplaceables.

Rupert Everett and The Sheridan Morley Prize

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"Vanished Years" wins valuable 2013 theater biography prize.

Did Stephen Sondheim Assault the First Amendment?

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How much of a case would Sondheim really have?

Even Hagiography Can Be Beautiful

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Another hundred people, but only one Stephen Sondheim.

On the Complex Hagiography of Stephen Sondheim

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Has press coverage of Stephen Sondheim done the great man wrong?

Musical Theater’s Greatest Artist Receives the Highest Honor

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Nothing could be more fitting, more perfect, to salute the greater musical-theater artist of this or any other century.
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