Sondheim's Macabre Musical Sweeney Todd
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The last date listed for Sweeney Todd was Sunday November 2, 2014 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts - Main Stage
- Full Price:
- $53.00 - $59.00
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- $28.00 - $31.00
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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What fun! Staging the show as a true show-within-a-show during the WWII bombing of London, this production of Sweeney uses a small cast, with the principals all playing multiple ensemble roles through quick costume changes. If you're only familiar with Sweeney through the movie, you'll be pleasantly surprised at how funny the stage play is. Standout performances in the roles of Toby, the Beadle, and Mrs. Lovett, with lovely singing from Anthony and Johanna.
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Gorgeous set design (and lighting) was evident from the moment I entered the theater since there was no curtain. And the show began and it was so much fun (considering it's about death and all). Beautiful voices all around. Theatreworks always...continued
Book by Hugh Wheeler
Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
From an adaptation by Christopher Bond
Directed by Robert Kelley
Musical Direction by William Liberatore
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