Broadway Legend Barbara Cook Sings Mostly Sondheim at the Ahmanson
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The last date listed for Mostly Sondheim was Sunday March 9, 2003 / 2:00pm.
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One of Broadway's most loved shows of 2013, The Trip to Bountiful, comes to the Ahmanson stage, starring Cicely Tyson, Vanessa Williams & Blair Underwood -- the same trio who starred in the TV film version of the show earlier this year. Tyson and Williams both headlined last year's Broadway production, which earned Tyson every major theatrical award, including the Tony. The Trip to Bountiful has a simple, relatable plot that's both heart-wrenching and inspiring: A spry widow living in a cramped apartment with her watchful son and daughter-in-law sneaks off on a secret journey to her beloved hometown of Bountiful. What starts as an ordinary trip becomes a life-changing journey. This hit Broadway production -- a revival of the original 1954 production -- inspired The Wall Street Journal's theater critic Terry Teachout to say, "I've never been more deeply moved by a theatrical production of any kind." Learn More
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“You may find yourself holding your breath in awe. Brilliant!” Stepehn Holden, New York Times
Listen to Barbara Cook on The Music Man Broadway soundtrack.
Barbara Cook’s silvery soprano voice, purity of tone and warm presence have delighted audiences around the world for more than 50 years. Recently inducted into the Broadway Hall of Fame, Tony, Grammy, and Drama Desk Award winner Barbara Cook was considered “Broadway’s favorite ingenue” during the heyday of the Broadway musical. In subsequent years she launched a second career, as concert and cabaret artist. Whether in the intimate setting of a New York club or on the stages of major international venues, Cook’s popularity continues to thrive.
In Mostly Sondheim, Barbara Cook showcases Sondheim’s most beloved songs, including her show-stopping rendition of “Losing My Mind.” This unique celebration was first performed in New York’s Carnegie Hall. Now it is the Ahmanson that will host this rich musical experience with one of the American musical theater’s most gifted artists.