A Musical Celebration of the Legendary Stephen Sondheim
"TOTALLY ENTERTAINING! Twenty-seven songs explore love, loss, arrivals, departures, and all kinds of comedy." -White River Valley Herald
Music & Lyrics by STEPHEN SONDHEIM
Continuity by NED SHERRIN
Directed and Choreographed by KYLE BRAND
JUNE 15 – JULY 10
Outdoors in the Courtyard Theater
This summer enjoy Broadway’s best with SIDE BY SIDE BY SONDHEIM at Northern Stage, outdoors and under the stars. No one writes a song like Stephen Sondheim. This intimate musical revue kicks off Northern Stage’s 25th anniversary and celebrates the life and work of a composer who changed the form of the American musical. Featuring songs like “Send in the Clowns” and “Comedy Tonight” from such beloved musicals as A Little Night Music, Gypsy, Company, Follies, and more, this evening of incredible music will delight longtime fans and introduce the next generation to Sondheim’s powerful musical storytelling. Side by Side by Sondheim is for anyone who ever loved a musical at Northern Stage and beyond.
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Preview Performances: $34
Ground and Upper Levels: $45
$19 for Students of All Ages
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COVID-19 PROTOCOLS: Northern Stage will NOT be requesting vaccination status OR proof of a negative COVID-19 test. Masks will be OPTIONAL outdoors in the Courtyard Theater.
WEATHER POLICY: Outdoor productions will NOT be cancelled in advance due to weather. We play in light rain, however, if weather conditions are deemed unsafe, we will cancel if needed. All ticket holders who experience a cancellation will be offered a complimentary re-booking, subject to availability.
Photos by Mark Washburn
SPOT ON — Sunday, June 19th at 3 p.m.
Join Dartmouth Professor of Music Steve Swayne and Associate Artistic Director Sarah Wansley for a lively conversation about the work of Stephen Sondheim and his legacy in the American music theater. Professor Swayne’s 2005 book, How Sondheim Found His Sound, explores Sondheim’s self-described role as a “playwright in song” and his many influences from classical music to film. Professor Swayne will share both personal and academic reflections on Sondheim to give a richer context for our production of Side by Side. The conversation will be inside the Byrne theater, prior to our outdoor performance. Tickets are FREE and open to the public.
Thank you to Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, our season underwriter since 2018.