Jul 22, 2014
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Old Friends: Mary Rodgers shared thoughts about 70 years of knowing Sondheim

Michael Portantiere’s interview with Mary Rodgers (conducted in March of this year, only three months before her death) appears in the current Sondheim Review magazine. The Review has given us permission to reprint this interview online.

(Source: fuckyeahstephensondheim)

Jul 22, 2014
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theowlburrow asked: Ur p cute HEH HEH HAPPY BIRTHDAY

TH TH TH THANKS, KATIE!

Jul 22, 2014
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ringdaggers asked: HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY CAMERON! I hope you have a fun-filled day ahead of you and you enjoy the beginning of your personal new year :)

Than you so much, Maddy! :)

Jul 22, 2014
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dumbledearlovesfizzingwhizbees asked: BIRTHDAY. May Michelle forever bless you with the strength of 50000 pierced nips.<3

Y’know, the heartfelt and personal nature of this message made me consider answering privately. Then I thought better of myself! This is too eloquent and important to keep shaded from the world. I’m gonna let this little light shine!

May I be worthy of Michelle’s blessing and Claire’s.

Oh, and thank you, Ellen. Thank you :D

Jul 22, 2014
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THE HAPPY BIRTHDAY TIME??

YOU GOT IT! :D

Jul 22, 2014
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IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR

Jul 21, 2014
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Elaine Stritch - Every Day a Little Death

fuckyeahstephensondheim:

In Elaine’s penultimate show at the Carlyle, she performed a spoken word version of “Every Day A Little Death,” turning Stephen Sondheim into a piece of poetry. “It’s tough to do this,” she said, “and if I get through it, we’ll alllll have another drink, so let’s wish me well.”

Jul 21, 2014
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fuckyeahstephensondheim:

One of the more surreal moments from Friday’s Elaine Stritch tribute at Mostly Sondheim at the Duplex: Adam Feldman and Anthony Fett imagining what “Barcelona” might have sounded like had Bobby woken up with Joanne. Featuring Joshua Stephen Kartes at the piano.

Preceded by a memory from Adam from his interview with Elaine Stritch about the DVD release of D A Pennebaker’s documentary about the making of the Company Original Cast Album. Song begins at approximately 2:20.

Jul 21, 2014
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"If you could conjure up Oscar Hammerstein right now, what you would say to him about your career on having sprung from him in so many ways?"

(Source: theatregraphics)

Jul 21, 2014
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delicatesquashblossom asked: nips

dumbledearlovesfizzingwhizbees:

god fucking dammit

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