Video Supercut: Company Celebrates "Being Alive" on Its 45th Birthday

Blow out your candles, Robert!

Forty-five years ago today, Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's groundbreaking musical Company made its Broadway debut at the Alvin Theatre (now the Neil Simon). To commemorate the anniversary, TheaterMania has collected some the most memorable renditions of the show's legendary power ballad "Being Alive" for a brand new supercut. After nearly half a century, the commitment-phobic Bobby has taken on a number of vastly different forms. Still, from Neil Patrick Harris to Patti LuPone, he never looks a day over 35.

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