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Road Show
Paperback, 112 pages ISBN: 9781559363419Publication Date:
11 Mar 2010
Size: 215mm x 136mm£13.99
First Staged:
NYC, 2008; Menier Chocolate Factory, London, 2011

Road Show

By Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman

Paperback £13.99

Sondheim's Obie-Award-winning musical telling the real-life story of the Mizner brothers, following their fortunes from the 1890s Alaskan gold rush to the 1920s land boom.

2009 Obie Award for Music and Lyrics

Press Quotes

'lyrically witty, musically rich... has pace, energy and drive and is full of vintage Sondheim'

Guardian

'terrific drive, bite and buoyancy'

The Times

'a polished new sparkler in the Sondheim treasury'

Independent on Sunday

'a show that Sondheim fans will want to collect, but it has an urgent, fervent flavour that should collect yet more admirers, too'

Stage

'a characteristic confection of high quality'

British Theatre Guide

'One of the most compelling chamber musicals I've seen in ages'

Los Angeles Times
Paperback, 112 pages ISBN: 9781559363419Publication Date:
11 Mar 2010
Size: 215mm x 136mm£13.99

Also by Stephen Sondheim:

Company: The Complete Revised Book and Lyrics
Assassins
Passion
Company (US edition)
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Follies
Pacific Overtures
Into the Woods
A Little Night Music
Getting Away With Murder
Sunday in the Park with George
Into the Woods (film tie-in edition)
Sweeney Todd
Gypsy

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Also by John Weidman:

Assassins
Pacific Overtures

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