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  • Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury star in the first Broadway revival of A Little Night Music. The San Francisco Chronicle describes the play, based on Ingmar Bergman's film Smiles of a Summer Night, as "an irresistible waltz through some of Sondheim's most memorably melodic songs" and says this "cast album is a treasure." USA Today calls the album "the next best thing to seeing Lansbury's divine performance."

  • Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury star in the first Broadway revival of A Little Night Music. The San Francisco Chronicle describes the play, based on Ingmar Bergman's film Smiles of a Summer Night, as "an irresistible waltz through some of Sondheim's most memorably melodic songs" and says this "cast album is a treasure." USA Today calls the album "the next best thing to seeing Lansbury's divine performance."

  • Road Show reunites Stephen Sondheim (music, lyrics) and John Weidman (book), the creative team behind 2003's Bounce, and re-examines its tale of the real-life Mizner brothers, Addison (Alexander Gemignani) and Wilson (Michael Cerveris). New York called Road Show “a boisterous picaresque about two brothers flimflamming their way from the Yukon to Boca Raton at the turn of the 20th century.”

  • Complete music—all 20 songs—from the Tim Burton–directed film (2008 Golden Globe winner for Best Picture) of the Stephen Sondheim musical starring Johnny Depp in a performance the New York Times called "stunning in every dimension." Includes an 80-page bound booklet with an introductory note by the director, lyrics, and full-color photos.

  • Soundtrack highlights from Tim Burton–directed film (2008 Golden Globe winner for Best Picture) of the Stephen Sondheim musical starring Johnny Depp in a performance the New York Times called "stunning in every dimension."

  • Variety called this Sondheim classic reimagined by director John Doyle, the 2007 Tony Award winner for Best Revival (Musical), "striking, revelatory, and thoroughly compelling." Star Raúl Esparza, says the New York Times, gives the piece "the most compelling center it has probably ever had."

  • Tony winners Patti Lupone and Michael Cerveris star in this daring 2005 Broadway revival, with ten actor-musicians serving as onstage orchestra. Director John Doyle, says the New York Times, “grasps the wondrous multifacetedness of Mr. Sondheim's most ravishing score.”

  • In 2003, Bounce marked Sondheim’s return to the stage after nearly a decade’s absence and reunited him with director Hal Prince. This original cast recording, from Chicago’s Goodman Theatre, tells the real-life story of the audacious, disaster-defying Mizner Brothers.

  • This Stephen Sondheim / James Lapine musical is a compendium of fairy tales for grown-ups. Following its 2002 premiere, the New York Times said this Vanessa Williams–helmed revival offered "moments that pierce the heart as no other musical this season does."

  • Nathan Lane, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Neil Patrick Harris are featured performers on this premiere recording of early, essential Sondheim works, the farcical The Frogs and the wistful Evening Primrose. The New York Times praised the album as “dazzling.”

  • This 2000 recording of Stephen Sondheim's first musical, Saturday Night, featuring the original New York cast, is the first fully orchestrated rendering of the play's complete score and marks Nonesuch’s first Sondheim cast album. The New York Times calls the work "an appealing combination" of "several truly exquisite ballads" and "comic treats," including "a paean to life in Brooklyn that anticipates the satiric lyrics of West Side Story."

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