The Sondheim Review

The Sondheim Review was the quarterly magazine dedicated to the work of the musical theatre and Broadway’s foremost composer and lyricist, Stephen Sondheim. Each issue contains news, interviews, features, reviews and more. Correspondents are from New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and London. I was a contributing writer starting in 2009.

Sondheim on the syllabus – Shows offer abundant choices to train young performers
Those beautiful clothes – Follies’ past and present ghosts are wearing Gregg Barnes’ designs
Big band, big voices – The New York Pops pays tribute to Sondheim
Sondheim choralis – A college’s music theatre singing ensemble
Sweeney made me do it! – Opera librettist Mark Campbell on his own creative epiphany
Golden girl – First to play Squeaky Fromme, actress discusses Sondheim, punk rock and TV
Avoiding Sondheim – To sing or not to sing Sondheim at an audition
Hug the moment, make it last – 50-years later, actor James Dybas reflects on Do I Hear A Waltz?