Stephen Sondheim's Most Romantic Musical A Little Night Music
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The last date listed for Sondheim's A Little Night Music was Sunday December 21, 2003 / 7:00pm.
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Michael Urie of Ugly Betty and Broadway fame (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying), stars in this award-winning comedy about a struggling actor with a very odd job. In Buyer & Cellar, Alex (Urie) works in the basement "mall" of Hollywood and Broadway mega-star Barbra Streisand's Malibu home, essentially selling her own collectibles back to her. When the diva descends downstairs, she and Alex form an unlikely -- and unstable -- friendship. Buyer & Cellar is a hilarious comedy about the cost of things and the true cost of fame. Playwright Jonathan Tolins (The Twilight of the Golds, Secrets of the Trade) reunites with Urie for this production, after working with him on the TV series Partners. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“TheatreWorks soars on Sondheim’s masterful songs…[The] richly sung, haunting numbers [are] magnificently captured, light as a passing fancy…and pensive as a summer night.” —San Francisco Chronicle
“Intoxicating…seductively civilized…tantilizing.” —San Jose Mercury News
“Civilized, sophisticated and enchanting.” —New York Times
It is a captivating moonlit romance: TheatreWorks, the Peninsula’s professional theatre company, has waltzed its hit production of Stephen Sondheim’s enchanting musical A Little Night Music to the Post Street Theatre.
An enchanting waltz by moonlight, Sondheim’s most beautiful musical celebrates every possible nuance of love, from the tender blossoming of inexperience to the startled rekindling of long-forgotten passion.
Seductively set amidst the art nouveau swirls of the belle époque, its compassion, humor, and heart sweep lover and loner alike into a daring, innovative evening of glorious music and sensuous romance.
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by Hugh Wheeler
Suggested by the Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of a Summer Night