Director John Doyle's production of the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical Company, which played to sold-out houses at Cincinnati's Playhouse in the Park, comes to Broadway.
The musical is a revolutionary, unconventional look at love and commitment in a complex modern world. Company is a remarkably honest, clever and sophisticated portrayal of five married couples as seen through the eyes of their mutual friend Robert, a bachelor weighing the pros and cons of wedded life. A comic and touching tale exploring not only fear and longing but also the simple joys of being alive. This production is a bold reinvention of the show in which the actors sing, dance, and play all of the musical instruments. Sondheim's includes "Being Alive," "You Could Drive a Person Crazy," "Another Hundred People" and "The Ladies Who Lunch."