Broadway giant Stephen Sondheim dies aged 91

The Legend of Broadway Stephen Sondheim passed away at the age of 91, New York Times reported. The songwriter behind classics like West story, Gypsy, and Go to the forest, passed away early Friday after celebrating Thanksgiving with friends in Roxbury, Connecticut, where he lives, his attorney told the newspaper.

With a career spanning half a century, Sondheim has received numerous awards, including 10 Tonys for origin, a Tony for lifetime achievement, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and a Kennedy Center award for lifetime achievement. He even has a Broadway theater named after him.

As the Daily Beast theater critic Tim Teeman wrote last year on the occasion of the towering talent’s 90th birthday, “Sondheim not only makes us laugh and cry, he makes us laugh, he also makes us laugh. think, examine, touch an open wound and see the absurdity, horror, pain, pleasure, and revelation in our relationships with others and with ourselves. “

That birthday celebration features a galaxy of stars singing Sondheim songs, including Meryl Streep, Audra McDonald, and Christine Baranski ending “The Ladies Who Lunch” from the musical The company.

The revival of The company, starring Patti LuPone, is playing on Broadway, Killer. Sondheim is said to have traveled to New York to see both performances this month. Broadway giant Stephen Sondheim dies aged 91


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