Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by Hugh Wheeler
Lost loves…tender memories…secret yearnings…shy beginnings…scandalous affairs…and the rekindling of long-buried passion…it's all part of an unforgettable weekend in the country in Sondheim's lush, witty musical. Featuring the classic song "Send in the Clowns," this Tony-winning Best Musical of 1973 traces the myriad forms of love and desire through the intersecting relationships of an irresistible cast of characters.
- 'Sensational Sondheim' KC News
- 'It's Sondheim's World but They Get a Shot at Reimagining It' NY Times
- Sondheim Has His Shrine, and It's Not on Broadway NY Times
- Sondheim's Musicals Show Love NY Times
- Stephen Sondheim: A Contrarian Who Raised the Level of Musicals' I.Q. NY Times
- NYC Sondheim Celebration Concert at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall On October 21, at Avery Fisher Hall, The Kenendy Center will showcase excerpts from Stephen Sondheim’s musicals from their Summer 2002 Sondheim Celebration with Christine Baranski, Mandy Patinkin, Barbara Cook and many more.
- Sondheim Festival: A Little Night Music As part of the Sondheim Celebration, A Little Night Music opens in the Eisenhower Theater with Blair Brown, Barbara Bryne, John Dossett and Randy Graff on August 2, 2002. Directed by Mark Brokaw.
- 'The Art of Making Art' KC News
- Sondheim Celebration Cast List View the star-studded cast list for all six of the Sondheim Celebration musicals
- The Smithsonian Associates' course: "Six by Sondheim." Learn more about the Sondheim Celebration shows through these Smithsonian classes
- About The Sondheim Celebration at the Kennedy Center
- About Theater at the Kennedy Center
Watch and Listen
Listen to "A Weekend in the Country" from A Little Night Music
Listen to "Liaisons" from A Little Night Music
Listen to "Night Waltz" from A Little Night Music
Listen to "Send in the Clowns" from A Little Night Music
Listen to "The Glamorous Life" from A Little Night Music
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