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Date of Birth: December 05, 1930
Date of Death: June 05, 1991 (60)

Birth Place: Los Angeles, CA, USA
Showtune Shuffle: Broadway's Leading Men Sing 'Something's Coming' VideoShowtune Shuffle: Broadway's Leading Men Sing 'Something's Coming'
by BroadwayWorld TV - Feb 22, 2020

Some of the most beloved songs of the musical theatre canon come from Bernstein's score, which includes 'Tonight,' 'America,' 'Maria,' and of course, Tony's big Act I moment, 'Something's Coming.' Today, we celebrate the show's return with that very tune, featuring original Tonys Larry Kert (original Broadway cast) and Richard Beymer (1961 film), Broadway leading men Matt Cavenaugh (2009 revival), Jeremy Jordan (2009 revival), Cheyenne Jackson, Gavin Creel, Colton Ryan, Santino Fontana, and Darren Criss, and even Barbra Streisand, Shirley Bassey and Judy Garland.

STAGE TUBE: Behind the Scenes with Darren Criss and More Recording 'Opening Doors' for HBO's SIX BY SONDHEIM
by Stage Tube - Dec 9, 2013

SIX BY SONDHEIM, an intimate and candid look at the life and art of the legendary composer-lyricist, airs on HBO tonight, December 9th, directed by Tony Award-winner and frequent Sondheim collaborator James Lapine. Click below to get a sneak peek behind the scenes with Darren Criss in the studio, about to record his part for 'Opening Doors' with musical director Andy Einhorn the day before shooting the scene from MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG with Stephen Sondheim!

MEGA STAGE TUBE: Watch an Extended Sneak Peek of SIX BY SONDHEIM; Airs Tonight on HBO
by Stage Tube - Dec 9, 2013

Directed by Tony Award-winner and frequent Sondheim collaborator James Lapine, SIX BY SONDHEIM is a highly personal profile of a great American artist as revealed through the creation and performance of six of his iconic songs. Told primarily in Sondheim's own words, this feature documentary weaves together dozens of interviews with the composer, rarely seen archival material spanning more than half a century (including newly discoveRed Footage of Ethel Merman performing 'Gypsy') and re-stagings of three songs produced especially for the film. Executive produced by James Lapine and Frank Rich, the exclusive HBO presentation debuts tonight, DEC. 9 (9:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT). Check out an extended sneak peek with the videos below!

STAGE TUBE: Stephen Sondheim Explains Why He Writes in SIX BY SONDHEIM Preview
by Stage Tube - Dec 2, 2013

Directed by Tony Award-winner and frequent Sondheim collaborator James Lapine, SIX BY SONDHEIM is a highly personal profile of a great American artist as revealed through the creation and performance of six of his iconic songs. Told primarily in Sondheim's own words, this feature documentary weaves together dozens of interviews with the composer, rarely seen archival material spanning more than half a century (including newly discoveRed Footage of Ethel Merman performing 'Gypsy') and re-stagings of three songs produced especially for the film. Executive produced by James Lapine and Frank Rich, the exclusive HBO presentation debuts MONDAY, DEC. 9 (9:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT). Click below to check out a preview of the documentary.

BWW TV: Chatting with Darren Criss, Laura Osnes & More on the SIX BY SONDHEIM Premiere Red Carpet- Plus a Sneak Peek!
by BroadwayWorld TV - Nov 19, 2013

BroadwayWorld's chief theatre critic Michael Dale was there for the New York City premiere last night as a guest interviewer, and you can check out interviews with the evening's guests, including Laura Osnes, Jeremy Jordan, Darren Criss and more. Plus check out a special sneak peek from the film!

STAGE TUBE: Watch Lost Documentary Footage from SONDHEIM: A MUSICAL TRIBUTE
by Stage Tube - Sep 23, 2013

'Sondheim: A Musical Tribute' was the title given to a benefit staged in March 1973. American Musical and Dramatic Academy and the National Hemophilia Foundation first wanted to honor Harold Prince, but he declined, so they chose Stephen Sondheim. Sondheim thought it would be 'merely a dinner,' but it was actually a full-scale production with 33 performers and a 30-piece orchestra, staged on the set of the then-running 'A Little Night Music' at the Shubert Theatre. Below, check out footage from a short documentary that was made about the show.