A Little Night Music. Broadway Musical Original. Majestic Theatre Previous Theatres. Theatres Majestic Theatre (Sep 17, 1973 - Aug 3, 1974) Sam S. Shubert Theatre (Feb 25, 1973 - Sep 15, 1973)
A Little Night Music. Having seen the stage play several times I can appreciate the movie for what it is.The movie is much slower and less funny than the stage play, yet the movie has some much more tender moments and dramatic flair.I love being able to see the held close ups of Taylor and Cariou and the chemistry these two have.The movie fills in parts that cannot be done on stage.Yes,songs ...
While "A Little Night Music" really should be seen on the stage to get its full impact--the masterful revival at the Kennedy Center in the summer of 2002 is a case in point--the original cast album from 1973 still serves up the bulk of the pleasures from this wonderful show.
The soundtrack of the 1978 movie version of Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway masterpiece, A Little Night Music finally finds its way to CD. Directed by Hal Prince, the all-star cast features Elizabeth Taylor, who sings the famous “Send in the Clowns,” Diana Rigg, Lesley-Ann Down, Len Cariou and Hermione Gingold.
A Little Night Music (Original, Musical, Romantic Comedy, Broadway) opened in New York City Feb 25, 1973 and played through Aug 3, 1974.
The latest movie star to make a Broadway debut this season, Catherine Zeta-Jones is the box-office raison d'etre for the new revival of Stephen Sondheim's and Hugh Wheeler's "A Little Night Music." The Oscar-winning actress (she was named best supporting actress for her role in "Chicago") comes with more theatrical experience than most ...
A Little Night Music is full of hilariously witty and heartbreakingly moving moments of adoration, regret and desire. This dramatic musical celebration of love is perfect to showcase your highly trained singers with its harmonically advanced score and masterful orchestrations, and contains Sondheim's popular song, the haunting "Send in the Clowns."
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