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Signature Theatre
4200 Campbell Avenue Arlington, VA 22206
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 66 members
Review from s.strongarm
Red Velvet 62 events 9 reviews

Excellent performance!

reviewed May 07 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Renee Levinson
18 events 10 reviews

The cast is so talented and the show is so much fun! For anyone who enjoys Sondheim---this show should be put on your 'must see' list!

reviewed May 15 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Kathy Broquet-Ansell
18 events 1 review

The Max theater at Signature is intimate and comfortable: every seat has great proximity to the stage. That made it easy to enjoy the professional and moving performances by the three principals and their piano-playing cohorts. They avoided...continued

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“Signature has earned a national reputation for musicals, especially the works of Sondheim.”  —Variety


Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

And Music by Leonard Bernstein, Mary Rodgers, Richard Rodgers and Jule Styne

Continuity by Ned Sherrin

Directed and Choreographed by Matthew Gardiner

Music Direction by Jon Kalbfleisch

Scenic Design Misha Kachman

Costume Design Kathleen Geldard

Lighting Design Colin K. BIlls

Sound Design Matt Rowe

Featuring Nancy Anderson, Sherri L. Edelen and Matthew Scott

With Jon Kalbfleisch and Gabriel Mangiante

Stephen Sondheim has been the leading composer of musical theater for the past fifty years. His work is timeless. From the streets of ancient Rome, through 19th-century Japan and turn-of-the-century Sweden, to the high-rise apartments of 1970 Manhattan, his songs represent a definitive time and place, and yet move beyond their particular settings to speak to everyone.

Now, with this award-winning revue of his earlier work, Signature presents some of the most lush, unforgettable songs from this musical-theater master whose work has so influenced Signature’s history. Signature takes audiences back to where it all began with the early works of Stephen Sondheim, including songs from Anyone Can Whistle, Company, Do I Hear A Waltz?, Evening Primrose, Follies, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Gypsy, A Little Night Music, The Mad Show, Pacific Overtures, The Seven Percent Solution, and West Side Story.

McDevitt History on Foot Walking Tour: Lincoln Assassination <em>Kiss Me, I'm Katie: An Evening With Katie McManus</em> <em>Godspell</em> Washington National Opera: <em>Madame Butterfly</em> Cherry Blossom/Springtime Harbor Cruise April Fool's Comedy Night