Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by George Furth
Directed by Susan Marx
Musical direction by Pro Mojica
Choreography by Lindsay Martin
A new look at Sondheim's Tony-winning 1970 classic musical about one bachelor's look at relationships and aging on his 35th birthday.
April 4 – May 4, 2008
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sometimes loses it's story across the footlights. This show was
beautifully intimate. I felt like I was one of Bobby's married friends!
It was simply done and simply masterful! Thanks!"
am a big fan of Stephen Sondheim's music, so I was delighted to see such a
lively and professional production of one of his greatest works. A
delightfully intimate venue! I think the actors could see my face and how
much I was getting into it. Hope they could tell. The entire cast was
outstanding, with the obvious standout showstopper performances. My wife and
I were celebrating our 26th anniversary, so it was indeed a poignant message
for us. We are both still "sorry-grateful" and enjoy "Being Alive." Thank
you all so much for making part of our celebration so happy. We are not
related to, or acquainted with, any member of the cast or crew. I thought I
should add that."
"I had just seen a
production of this on koce, and was interested, but not entertained. With
your production the musical quality was supreme, and the poetry of the
dialogue between Bobby and the Stewardess was exposed in the bedroom scene.
This set this production way above on the emotional scale, compared to the
koce, I'm guessing, Broadway production. For the stewardess to carry out the
original description of her by Bobby was perfect. Her facial expressions
were great. Bobby was distanced enough from where everyone wanted him to
be, that it created the proper amount of tension to keep everyone engaged.
No pun intended Bobby Baby!"