Monday, June 14, 2010

Dark Monday - Carol Burnett Sings Sondheim

carol burnett,stephen sondheim,putting it together,john barrowman,ruthie henshall,george hearn,bronson pinchot

In 1999, these performances were recorded live at the Ethel Barrymore Theater in the hear of the theater district in Manhattan. The show starred stage veterans Carol Burnett, George Hearn, and Bronson Pinchot, as well as UK musical theater stars Ruthie Henshall and John Barrowman. Putting It Together was a music review dedicated to the songs of Stephen Sondheim, the prolific and talented composer and lyricist. This week, however, I will focus on the performance of Carol Burnett.

Ladies Who Lunch from Follies.

(Not) Getting Married Today from Company.

Like It Was from Merrily We Roll Along.

A Little Death from A Little Night Music.

Old Friend from Merrily We Roll Along followed by Putting It Together from Sunday In The Park With George.


  1. Howard, that was a real treat. I love Ladies Who Lunch and Every Day A Little Death. Carol does them justice.

  2. Kyle, thanks! Carol does a great job. I have the DVD!



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