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  • The actor-singer-Broadway star offers a deeply personal survey of Sondheim's repertoire on this double disc, recorded live at Philadelphia's Prince Music Theatre. The album, says the Chicago Sun-Times, "suggests why Patinkin has long been considered a quintessential Sondheim interpreter."

  • The actor-singer-Broadway star offers a deeply personal survey of Sondheim's repertoire on this double disc, recorded live at Philadelphia's Prince Music Theatre. The album, says the Chicago Sun-Times, "suggests why Patinkin has long been considered a quintessential Sondheim interpreter."

  • Patinkin finds a grown-up heart in this collection of children's tunes, drawn largely from Broadway composers. The Chicago Sun-Times praised these "surprisingly edgy interpretations of songs that previously seemed benign. Rarely have the insecurities, humiliations and uneasiness of childhood seemed more palpable."

  • Patinkin constructs "an intimate dialogue between the Old and New Worlds" in this exploration of Yiddish song, says the New York Times. The adventurous showman "seeks to recapture and honor a tradition that many don't realize is a direct forerunner of Broadway musical comedy."

  • Patinkin contrasts the songs and sensibilities of Broadway legends Oscar Hammerstein II and Stephen Sondheim. He "crafts a series of interpretations that are often genuinely affecting," declares the Washington Post, "and never more so than when he's meditating on the endlessly curious nature of romance."

  • Tony Award–winning actor/singer Mandy Patinkin employs Broadway classics to create an album-length suite about the life-long arc of a relationship. Patinkin, notes the New York Times, "incorporates a song into his being and then releases it in an emotional eruption fraught with tension and personal catharsis."