Tag Archives: Company
Company Has Shining Moments, Falls Short Of What Could Be
MNM’s production of Stephen Sondheim’s groundbreaking musical Company is intermittently lit with incandescent performances worth the price of admission by themselves, but the overall piece disappointingly lacks crispness, passion and, until the last 10 minutes, heart.
Licensing Firm’s Objections to Dramaworks’ Company Causes One-Day Shutdown & Retooling
Palm Beach Dramaworks cancelled its Wednesday performance of the staged concert of Company to adjust to changes required when the New York licensing agent found that characters had been omitted, lines had been cut and the score altered, the theater and licensing company confirmed.
Phone Rings, Door Chimes, In Comes A Welcome Company Concert At PB Dramaworks
You may long for Palm Beach Dramaworks’ staged concert of Company to have one more week of rehearsal just to let it ripen and deepen, but what’s on stage remains an unassailably well-crafted, well-performed, downright entertaining production of Stephen Sondheim’s Continental Divide of American theater.