Roundabout Roundup: Week of March 28, 2011

Posted on: April 1st, 2011 by Bradley Sanchez Launches Online - April 1, 2011

Roundabout has launched a very special website dedicated to The People in the Picture's message of sharing the important stories of our past. Visitors of have the ability to upload a cherished family photo of friends and family members, past and present,  and include a short narrative on the significance of the photo. Visitors can also peruse through other shared photos and memories from cast/creative of The People in the Picture and the online community.   

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Three Songriters, One Voice: Meet the People Behind The People in the Picture - April 1, 2011

"Beaches" novelist Iris Rainer Dart draws on her past to imagine The People in the Picture, a new Broadway musical, with music by Mike Stoller and Artie Butler.

Improbably perhaps, the lone female comedy writer for "The Sonny and Cher Show" and the composer who kept Elvis Presley in a memorable state of perpetual motion constitute two-thirds of the creators responsible for The People in the Picture, an original Holocaust-haunted musical that is the final Broadway show of the 2010-2011 theatre season. Now in previews, it officially opens April 28 in a Roundabout Theatre Company production at Studio 54." -

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Sondheim on Sondheim to Bow in Cleveland - March 29, 2011

"A new production of Sondheim on Sondheim will play at Cleveland, OH's PlayhouseSquare during the 2011-2012 season.

Conceived by James Lapine (Sunday in the Park With George, Into the Woods, Passion), Sondheim on Sondheim debuted on Broadway last spring at the Roundabout Theatre Company. The two-act musical explores the life and career of the legendary Broadway composer-lyricist through his vast catalogue of work." -

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2010-2011 Season, Roundabout Roundup, Sondheim on Sondheim, The People In The Picture

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