Company Revival 2021

Run Time:
2 hours and 45 minutes, with one intermission
Ages: 14+
Opened: December 9, 2021
Closing: July 31, 2022

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Company will come home to New York this season, with opening night set for March 22, 2020 at Broadway's Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. The production will officially open on Stephen Sondheim's 90th Birthday following previews, which begin Monday, March 2. The production, directed by Marianne Elliott, will not be a replica of the version that recently ran in London's West End. It will feature an American cast, and some updates.

At Bobbie's 35th birthday party all her friends are wondering why she isn't married; why she can't find the right man and why she hasn't settled down to have a family. The multi-award winning musical comedy about life, love and marriage includes Stephen Sondheim's iconic songs, "The Ladies who Lunch," "Being Alive," "Side by Side," and "You Could Drive a Person Crazy."

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Review: The Gender-Flipped Company Is an Imperfect but Loving Toast to a Classic
8 / 10

Magnetic and devastatingly droll in The Band's Visit, Lenk plays the part of the charismatic chameleon compellingly, holding her own coyly, wryly, boisterously with each of the zany couples with which she spends her time. But she doesn't let her guard down enough in the moments in between for a more transparent, fully sympathetic Bobbie to come through. That's in large part because she sings most of Sondheim's soliloquies for Bobbie with an overt crooniness and rather affected vowels that give the sense that the character is still performing for us even when she's alone; the songs also tend to sit too high in her voice to allow much warmth to enter in. Only in 'Being Alive,' the show's final number, does Lenk offer a shivering, small-scale intimacy, as if she's learning the words for the first time. It's too little, too late, though, to buy that this is the Bobbie who we've been wanting to get to know all along.

‘Company’ Broadway Review: Marianne Elliott’s Exquisite Production Is The Sondheim Tribute We Need
9 / 10

If there's a better, more vital way to honor the late, incomparable Stephen Sondheim than Marianne Elliott's superb production of Company, Broadway hasn't invented it. This gorgeous revival of the Sondheim-George Furth masterwork at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, is, from across-the-board excellent performances and thoughtful revisions to the visual delight of a lovely and ingeniously clever set design, a gift both to and from the genius we lost last month.

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VIDEO: COMPANY on Broadway Takes Final Bows
by BWW Staff - July 31, 2022


COMPANY on Broadway took its final bow on Sunday, July 31. Watch the final curtain call including appearances by director Marianne Elliot and producer Chris Harper. 

COMPANY Takes Its Final Bow Today With Plans for A North American Tour
by Grace Cutler - July 31, 2022


COMPANY on Broadway takes its final bow today, July 31st at 2pm. This gender-swapped revival received five 2022 Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical. Upon closing, this revival of Stephen Sondheim’s and George Furth’s COMPANY will have played 300 performances (268 regular performances and 32 previews).

Watch The Latest Episode of Working in The Theatre For An In Depth Look At The World of COMPANY
by Grace Cutler - July 10, 2022


Director Marianne Elliott and the cast, interviewed by the American Theatre Wing's President and CEO Heather Hitchens, share the journey of Company on Broadway.

Jeff Kready Will Play David in COMPANY, Opposite Real-Life Wife Nikki Renee Daniels
by Stephi Wild - July 6, 2022


Jeff Kready has announced that he will temporarily be taking over the role of David in Company on Broadway, from July 5-24. He will be playing the onstage husband of his real-life wife, Nikki Renee Daniels, who plays the role of Jenny.

BWW Blog: It's My First Pride Month. That's Because of COMPANY on Broadway.
by Student Blogger: Bea Mienik - June 27, 2022


All I knew about COMPANY was that I was entranced by its design (killed it, marketing team), I loved the art on the Playbill, and as a college student, I loved the $59 price tag of the rush ticket even more.   ... As a musical theater major, it was an exceedingly rare thrill to go into a show knowing absolutely nothing about the plot. In hindsight, I do not know if I would have asked for a warning, if I could have gone back in time. 

COMPANY Sets Summer Closing on Broadway; Show to Tour in 2023-24
by BWW Staff - June 21, 2022


The thrilling revival of Stephen Sondheim’s and George Furth’s Company, which is the most honored musical of the Broadway season receiving every major award for Best Musical Revival including the 2022 Tony Award, will play its final performance at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on Sunday, July 31 at 2 PM. A North American tour of Company is planned for the 2023-2024 season.

Photos: COMPANY Cast Celebrates 5 Tony Wins!
by Katherine Lee - June 13, 2022


Last night, the company of Company had lots to celebrate! The show won five awards at the 75th Annual Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical. After the festivities wrapped up at Radio City Music Hall, the cast and creatives, along with friends and other members of the Company team, got together to toast the show's success. 

From the Winner's Circle: COMPANY Director Marianne Elliott Talks Making Tony History!
by A.A. Cristi - June 12, 2022


COMPANY director, Marianne Elliott, has made history as the first female to win three Tony Awards for directing!

VIDEO: Matt Doyle Talks Representing Mental Health Struggles in COMPANY on CBS MORNINGS
by Michael Major - June 10, 2022


Doyle discussed how he reacted to his recent Tony nomination for the performance, why Sondheim is the 'Shakespeare' of our time, and how they re-imagined Jamie for the new revival of Company. The interview also featured footage of Doyle performing 'Getting Married Today' and commentary from his Company co-star, Patti LuPone.

VIDEO: Watch Patti LuPone Perform a Dramatic Reading of Stephen Colbert's 'Meanwhile' Segment on THE LATE SHOW
by Stephi Wild - June 8, 2022


During Patti LuPone's appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last month, she filmed an exclusive video, which has now been posted to the show's YouTube channel! In the video, LuPone performs a dramatic reading of an excerpt of one of Colbert's 'Meanwhile' segments.

VIDEO: PBS Shares First Look at KEEPING COMPANY WITH SONDHEIM Documentary
by Michael Major - May 25, 2022


Watch a trailer for the broadcast which takes an inside look at Tony-winning director Marianne Elliott's creative process of bringing the reimagined gender-swapped production to Broadway. The film features rehearsal and performance footage, plus new interviews with Elliott, Lenk, LuPone, Sondheim, members of the original 1970 cast, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and more.

COMPANY Producer Chris Harper Accepts Drama League Award: 'One of the Greatest Honors of My Career is to Pay Patti LuPone's Salary'
by HaleyJane Rose - May 24, 2022


Producer Chris Harper accepted the award noting that 'One of the things that was so clear to us when we first decided to do this musical was the person that we wanted was Patti LuPone.' He continued, teasing LuPone, 'One of the greatest honors of my career is to pay Patti LuPone's salary.'

VIDEO: Patti LuPone Performs 'Ladies Who Lunch' From COMPANY on THE LATE SHOW
by Stephi Wild - May 24, 2022


Patti LuPone took the stage at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert where she performed 'Ladies Who Lunch' from Company. Watch the video here!

Photos: The Cast of COMPANY Accepts Their GLAAD Award for Outstanding Broadway Production
by A.A. Cristi - May 19, 2022


Actor and GLAAD Vito Russo Award honoree Wilson Cruz and GLAAD Chief Communications Officer Rich Ferraro presented the cast of Company with their GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Broadway Production. Tony nominee Matt Doyle accepted the award with LGBTQ cast members and paid tribute to Stephen Sondheim.

VIDEO: COMPANY Receives Their GLAAD Media Award on Stage
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2022


Actor and GLAAD Vito Russo Award honoree Wilson Cruz and GLAAD Chief Communications Officer Rich Ferraro presented the cast of Company with their GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Broadway Production.

VIDEO: COMPANY Shares A Look at 'You Could Drive A Person Crazy'
by A.A. Cristi - May 13, 2022


The Tony-nominated Broadway revival of Company has dropped a new video from the show featuring its talented trio of suitors, Bobby Conte, Manu Narayan and Claybourne Elder performing, the classic tune 'You Could Drive A Person Crazy' featuring Katrina Lenk as 'Bobbie.'

VIDEO: Patti LuPone Responds To Audience Member Who Refuses To Wear Mask
by BWW Staff - May 11, 2022


Watch the video as newly minted Tony Award nominee (and two-time winner) Patti LuPone responded from the stage last night to an audience member who refused to wear a mask during a talkback following the evening's performance of Company.

Photos: On the Red Carpet at the KEEPING COMPANY WITH SONDHEIM Screening
by Jennifer Broski - May 9, 2022


This past weekend, Tracie Bennett, Erin Davie, Antwayn Hopper, Michael R. Jackson, John Earl Jelks, Tavon Olds-Sample, Andy Nyman, Soara-Joye Ross, Jessie Shelton, Matthew Sklar, Antoine L. Smith, original cast members Pamela Myers and Teri Ralston, and more were on hand to celebrate the exclusive screening of “Keeping Company with Sondheim”, a documentary from Great Performances on PBS. 

VIDEO: Jennifer Simard Talks COMPANY, Sondheim & More on Backstage with Richard Ridge
by Backstage With Richard Ridge - May 4, 2022


Audiences at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theater are rolling in the aisles eight times a week, partly because of the brilliant performance by the always hysterical Jennifer Simard.

VIDEO: COMPANY Cast Performs Title Song on The TODAY SHOW
by Michael Major - May 4, 2022


TODAY's Best of Broadway Week continues with Company performing the title song. The performance included Katrina Lenk,  Matt Doyle, Christopher Fitzgerald, Christopher Sieber, Jennifer Simard, Terence Archie, Etai Benson, Bobby Conte, Nikki Renée Daniels, Claybourne Elder, Greg Hildreth, Manu Narayan as Theo, Rashidra Scott, and Anisha Nagarajan.

VIDEO: Katrina Lenk Performs 'Being Alive' From COMPANY on LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS
by Stephi Wild - April 22, 2022


Katrina Lenk took the stage to perform 'Being Alive' from Company on LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS. Watch the full video!

Katrina Lenk to Perform 'Being Alive' From COMPANY on LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS This Week
by Michael Major - April 18, 2022


Katrina Lenk is slated to perform 'Being Alive' from Company on Late Night with Seth Meyers this week. Lenk currently stars as Bobbie in the new gender-bent revival of Company, now playing at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.

Company FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What productions of Company have there been?
Company has had 22 productions including Broadway which opened in 1970, Broadway which opened in 1970, US Tour which opened in 1971, West End which opened in 1972, Off-Broadway which opened in 1978, Off-Off-Broadway which opened in 1980, Off-Broadway which opened in 1987, Broadway which opened in 1993, Broadway which opened in 1993, Broadway which opened in 1995, Broadway which opened in 1995, West End which opened in 1995, Washington, DC (Regional) which opened in 2002, Los Angeles which opened in 2004, which opened in 2006, Broadway which opened in 2006, Broadway which opened in 2006, New York which opened in 2007, Regional (US) which opened in 2017, West End which opened in 2018, Broadway which opened in 2021 and US Tour which opened in 2023.
What Tony Awards has Company been nominated for?
Company has been nominated for several Tony Awards including Best Direction of a Musical for Marianne Elliott, Best Lighting Design of a Musical for Neil Austin, Best Orchestrations for David Cullen, Best Revival of a Musical for Company, Best Scenic Design of a Musical for Bunny Christie, and Best Sound Design of a Musical for Ian Dickinson.
What Tony Awards has Company won?
Company has won the following Tony Awards: Best Direction of a Musical for Marianne Elliott, Best Lighting Design of a Musical for Neil Austin, Best Orchestrations for David Cullen, Best Revival of a Musical for Company, Best Scenic Design of a Musical for Bunny Christie, and Best Sound Design of a Musical for Ian Dickinson.
What awards has Company been nominated for?
Company has been nominated for several prestigious awards including Outstanding Choreography at the Drama Desk Awards for Liam Steel, Outstanding Director of a Musical at the Drama Desk Awards for Marianne Elliott, Outstanding Revival of a Musical at the Drama Desk Awards, Outstanding Scenic Design for a Musical at the Drama Desk Awards for Bunny Christie, Outstanding Sound Design for a Musical at the Drama Desk Awards for Ian Dickinson, Distinguished Performance Awards at the Drama League Awards for Matt Doyle, Outstanding Direction of a Musical at the Drama League Awards for Marianne Elliott, Outstanding Revival of a Musical at the Drama League Awards for Company, and Outstanding Revival of a Musical (Broadway or Off-Broadway) at the Outer Critics Circle Awards for Company.
What are the songs in Company and what's the order?
Company
The Little Things You Do Together
Sorry-Grateful
You Could Drive a Person Crazy
Have I Got a Girl for You
Someone Is Waiting
Another Hundred People
Getting Married Today
Side by Side by Side
What Would We Do Without You?
Poor Baby
Tick Tock
Barcelona
The Ladies Who Lunch
Being Alive
The Wedding Is Off
Multitudes of Amys
Marry Me a Little
Happily Ever After
Overture
Company
Little Things You Do Together
Sorry-Grateful
You Could Drive A Person Crazy
Have I Got A Girl For You
Someone Is Waiting
Another Hundred People
Getting Married Today
Marry Me A Little
Side By Side By Side/What Would We Do Without You?
Poor Baby
Barcelona
The Ladies Who Lunch
Being Alive

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