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Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by George Furth [slightly revised in 1995]

Productions


1970 Broadway Production

Opened April 26, 1970 at the Alvin Theatre
Closed January 1, 1972; Ran for 690 performances
Produced by Harold Prince
in association with Ruth Mitchell
Directed by Harold Prince
Musical Numbers Staged by Michael Bennett
Sets and Projections by Boris Aronson
Costumes by D.D. Ryan
Lighting by Robert Ornbo
Dance Music Arranged by Wally Harper
Musical Direction by Harold Hastings
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Music Published by Tommy Valando

Cast

Robert - Dean Jones [replaced by Larry Kert on May 29, 1970]
Sarah - Barbara Barrie
Harry - Charles Kimbrough
Susan - Merle Louise
Peter - John Cunningham
Jenny - Teri Ralston
David - George Coe
Amy - Beth Howland
Paul - Steve Elmore
Joanne - Elaine Stritch
Larry - Charles Braswell
Marta - Pamela Myers
Kathy - Donna McKechnie
April - Susan Browning
The Vocal Minority - Cathy Corkill, Carol Gelfand,
Marilyn Saunders, Dona D. Vaughn

Note: This cast was reunited for benefit concerts in 1993

Musical Numbers

Act One

  • "Company" - Robert and Company
  • "The Little Things You Do Together" - Joanne and Company
  • "Sorry-Grateful" - Harry, David, Larry
  • "You Could Drive a Person Crazy" - April, Kathy, Marta
  • "Have I Got a Girl for You" - Larry, Peter, Paul, David, Harry
  • "Someone Is Waiting" - Robert
  • "Another Hundred People" - Marta
  • "Getting Married Today" - Amy, Paul, Jenny, and Company

Act Two

  • "Side by Side by Side" - Robert and Company
  • "What Would We Do Without You?" - Robert and Company
  • "Poor Baby" - Sarah, Jenny, Susan, Amy, Joanne
  • "Tick Tock" - [Instrumental; Danced by Kathy]
  • "Barcelona" - Robert and April
  • "The Ladies Who Lunch" - Joanne
  • "Being Alive" - Robert

Cast Replacements

Company [playbill, August 1971]

  • Robert - Dean Jones [replaced by Larry Kert on May 29, 1970, and then by Gary Krawford on 12/27/71]
  • Sarah - Barbara Barrie [replaced by Cynthia Harris on 7/12/71]
  • Harry - Charles Kimbrough [replaced by Charles Braswell on 3/29/71, then by Kenneth Kimmins on 5/13/71]
  • Susan - Merle Louise [replaced by Alice Cannon on 10/5/70, then by Charlotte Frazier on 3/29/71]
  • Peter - John Cunningham [replaced by Kenneth Cory on 4/27/71]
  • Jenny - Teri Ralston [replaced by Jane A. Johnston on 5/13/71, then Teri Ralston returned on 10/25/71]
  • David - George Coe [replaced by Lee Goodman on 3/29/71, then by George Wallace on 5/13/71, then Lee Goodman returned on 10/25/71]
  • Amy - Beth Howland [replaced by Marian Hailey on 3/29/71, then Beth Howland returned on 10/25/71]
  • Paul - Steve Elmore
  • Joanne - Elaine Stritch [replaced by Jane Russell on 5/13/71, then by Vivian Blaine on 11/1/71]
  • Larry - Charles Braswell [took over the role of Harry on 3/29/71, replaced by Stanley Grover]
  • Marta - Pamela Myers [replaced by Annie McGreevey on 5/13/71]
  • Kathy - Donna McKechnie [replaced by Brenda Thomson on 5/13/71, then by Priscilla Lopez on 10/25/71]
  • April - Susan Browning [replaced by Carol Richards in December 1971]

Tony Awards

Other Awards

  • New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical

Recording

Original Broadway Cast Recording

Video Recording

Original Cast Album: Company
[documentary about the recording of the original cast album of Company]
Craig Zadan presents a Talent Associates - Norton Simon Inc. Production
in association with Castle Drive Productions
A Film by D. A. Pennebaker
Producers: Judy Crichton / Chester Feldman
Executive Producer: Daniel Melnick
Filmed May 3, 1970

  • Videotape [VHS], 1992 [RCA Victor Video 09026-60914-3]
  • Laserdisc, 1992 [RCA Victor Video 09026-60914-6] (53 mins.)
  • DVD, 2001 [New Video] (60 mins.; includes audio commentary from D. A. Pennebaker, Harold Prince and Elaine Stritch and a bonus audio recording of "Have I Got a Girl For You")

DVD

1971 National Touring Production

Tour opened May 20, 1971 at Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles
Closed May 20, 1972 at the National Theatre, Washington DC
Produced by Harold Prince
in association with Ruth Mitchell
Directed by Harold Prince
Musical Numbers Staged by Michael Bennett
Sets and Projections by Boris Aronson
Costumes by D.D. Ryan
Lighting by Robert Ornbo
Dance Music Arranged by Wally Harper
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Musical Direction by Jonathan Anderson

Cast

Robert - George Chakiris [replaced by Allen Case, and then Gary Krawford]
Sarah - Marti Stevens [replaced by Barbara Broughton]
Harry - Charles Braswell [replaced by Bernie McInerney]
Susan - Milly Ericson [replaced by Ann Johnson]
Peter - Gary Krawford [replaced by Johnny Stewart]
Jenny - Teri Ralston [replaced by Jane A. Johnston]
David - Lee Goodman [replaced by George Wallace]
Amy - Beth Howland [replaced by Marian Hailey, then by Tandy Cronyn]
Paul - Del Hinkley
Joanne - Elaine Stritch [replaced by Julie Wilson]
Larry - Robert Goss [replaced by Nolan Van Way]
Marta - Pamela Myers [replaced by Louisa Flanningam]
Kathy - Donna McKechnie [replaced by Carolyn Kirsch, and then Susan Plantt]
April - Bobbi Jordan [replaced by Rolly Fanton]
The Vocal Minority - Barbara Broughton, Carolyn Kirsch, Mary Roche,
Marilyn Saunders [replacements: Sindy Hawke and Leilani Johnson]

1972 London Production

Company [London Production Playbill] Opened January 18, 1972 at Her Majesty's Theatre, London
Closed November 4, 1972; Ran for 344 performances
Produced by Harold Prince and Richard Pilbrow
in association with Ruth Mitchell
Directed by Harold Prince
Musical Numbers Staged by Michael Bennett
Sets and Projections by Boris Aronson
Costumes by D.D. Ryan
Lighting by Robert Ornbo
Dance Music Arranged by Wally Harper
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Musical Direction by Gareth Davies

Original Cast

Robert - Larry Kert
Sarah - Marti Stevens
Harry - Kenneth Kimmins
Susan - Joy Franz
Peter - J. T. Cromwell
Jenny - Teri Ralston
David - Lee Goodman
Amy - Beth Howland
Paul - Steve Elmore
Joanne - Elaine Stritch
Larry - Robert Goss
Marta - Annie McGreevey
Kathy - Donna McKechnie
April - Carol Richards [replaced by Julia McKenzie on 3/6/72]

Second Cast [4/10/72]

Robert - Larry Kert
Sarah - Marti Stevens
Harry - Robert Colman
Susan - Connie Booth
Peter - Phillip Hinton
Jenny - Barbara Tracey
David - Paul Tracey
Amy - Dilys Watling
Paul - Richard Owens
Joanne - Elaine Stritch
Larry - Eric Flynn
Marta - Julia Sutton
Kathy - Antonia Ellis
April - Julia McKenzie

Recording

London Cast Recording

1978 Equity Library Production

Opened May 4, 1978 at the Equity Library Theatre [off-Broadway]
Closed May 28, 1978; Ran for 30 performances
Produced by the Equity Library Theatre
[George Wojtasik, Managing Director; Lynn Montgomery, Production Director]
Directed by Robert Nigro
Choreography by Randy Hugill
Musical Direction: Eric Stern
Scenery by Richard B. Williams
Lighting by Victor En Yu Tan
Costumes by Mimi Maxmen

Cast

Robert - Albert Harris
Sarah- Janet MacKenzie
Harry - Richard Kevlin-Bell
Susan - Joy Bond
Peter - Bob Morrisey
Jenny - Becky McSpadden
David - Lenny Wolpe
Amy - Lauren White
Paul - Michael Hirsch
Joanne - Renee Roy
Larry - Edward Penn
Marta - Paige O'Hara
Kathy - Gillian Scalici
April - Valerie Beamon
The Vocal Minority - Alexa Grant, Maureen McNamara, Linda Nenno, Christine Ranck, Patricia Roark, and Lynda Karen Smith

1980 Playwrights Horizons Production

Opened March 8, 1980 at Queens Theater-in-the-Park
Closed March 30, 1980
Produced by Playwrights Horizons
[Robert Moss, Producing Director; Jane Moss; Managing Director;
Andre Bishop, Artistic Director]
Directed by Andre Ernotte
Musical Staging: Theodore Pappas
Musical Direction: Michael Starobin
Set: Raymond C. Recht
Costumes: Molly Maginnis
Lighting: William D. Anderson

Cast

Peter Evans, Christine Baranski, Patricia Richardson, Diane Findlay, Cynthia Cramlish, Walter Bobbie, Sheilah Roe, Tony Blake, James Seymour, Jane Galloway, Randall Easterbrook, Conrad McLaren, Mary Testa, and Sonja Stuart

1987 York Theatre Company Production

Opened October 23, 1987 at the Church of the Heavenly Rest, NYC
Closed November 14, 1987; Ran for 20 performances
Produced by the York Theatre Company
[Janet Hayes Walker: Producing Director; Molly Pickering Grose: Managing Director]
Directed by Susan H. Schulman
Costumes by Michael Kras
Technical Director: Serge Hunkins
Choreography by Michael Lichtefeld
Musical Direction: David Krane

Cast

Robert - David Carroll
Sarah - Susan Elizabeth Scott
Harry - Lenny Wolpe
Susan - Debra Dickinson
Peter - Michael Elich
Jenny - Jeanne Lehman
David - John P. Connolly
Amy - Judith Blazer
Paul - Robert Michael Baker
Joanne - Barbara Andres
Larry - Kip Niven
Marta - Liz Larsen
Kathy - Louise Hickey
April - Donna English

1995 Roundabout Theatre Production

Previews began August 30, 1995;
Ran for 43 preview performances
Opened October 5, 1995 at the Criterion Center Stage Right
Closed December 3, 1995; Ran for 60 performances
Produced by The Roundabout Theatre Company
[Todd Haimes, Artistic Director;
Ellen Richard, General Manager]
Directed by Scott Ellis
Musical Staging by Rob Marshall
Musical Direction by David Loud
Settings Designed by Tony Walton
Costumes Designed by William Ivey Long
Lighting Designed by Peter Kaczorowski
Sound Designed by Tony Meola
Orchestrations: Jonathan Tunick

Cast

Robert - Boyd Gaines [understudied by James Clow]
Sarah - Kate Burton
Harry - Robert Westenberg
Susan - Patricia Ben Peterson
Peter - Jonathan Dokuchitz
Jenny - Diana Canova
David - John Hillner
Amy - Veanne Cox
Paul - Danny Burstein
Joanne - Debra Monk
Larry - Timothy Landfield
Marta - La Chanze
Kathy - Charlotte d' Amboise
April - Jane Krakowski

Musical Numbers

[same as the original Broadway Production with the addition of an Overture, the previously cut number "Marry Me a Little" at the end of Act One (sung by Robert), and an Entr' Acte before Act Two]

Recording

1995 Roundabout Theatre Cast Recording

1996 London Revival

Company [1996 UK handbill]

Originally produced at the Donmar Warehouse, London
Previews began December 1, 1995
Opened December 13, 1995; Closed March 2, 1996









Company [1996 London programme]






Previews at the Albery Theatre began March 7, 1996
Opened March 13, 1996 at the Albery Theatre, London
Closed June 29, 1996
Directed by Sam Mendes
Designed by Mark Thompson
Musical Direction by Paddy Cunneen
Production Musical Director: Gareth Valentine
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Musical Staging by Jonathan Butterell
Lighting by Paul Pyant
Sound by John A. Leonard
Associate Producer: Caro Newling
Casting by Anne McNulty

Company [1996 UK handbill]

Cast

Robert - Adrian Lester
Sarah - Rebecca Front
Harry - Clive Rowe
Susan - Clare Burt
Peter - Gareth Snook
Jenny - Liza Sadovy
David - Teddy Kempner
Amy - Sophie Thompson
Paul - Michael Simkins
Joanne - Sheila Gish
Larry - Paul Bentley
Marta - Anna Francolini
Kathy - Kiran Hocking
April - Hannah James

Musical Numbers

[same as the 1995 New York Revival production]

Lawrence Olivier Awards

  • Best Director (Sam Mendes)
  • Best Actor in a Musical (Adrian Lester)
  • Best Supporting Performance in a Musical (Sheila Gish)

Recording

1996 London Cast Recording

Video Recording

Broadcast by BBC 2 on March 1, 1997


2001 Brazil Production

Opened February 8, 2001 at the Villa-Lobos Theatre, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Closed April 22, 2001
Opened April 27, 2001 at the Alpha Theatre, Sao Paolo, Brazil
(After a month of performances in Sao Paolo, the prodcution returned
to the Villa-Lobos Theatre for another month of performances)
Produced by Claude Magnavita
Associate Producer: Jorge Takla
Directed by Charles Möeller
Portuguese translation by Claudio Botelho
Choreography by Renato Vieira
Scenery by Charles Möeller
Costumes by Augustus
Lighting by Pablo Cesar Medeiros
Musical Director/Arrangements: André Góes
Orchestrations: Jonathan Tunick

Cast

Robert - Claudio Botelho
Sarah - Solange Badim
Harry - Daniel Boaventura
Susan - Cidália Castro
Peter - Ricca Barros
Jenny - Reginah Restelieux
David - Mauro Gorini
Amy - Claudia Netto
Paul - Raul Serrador
Joanne - Totia Meireles
Larry - Paulo Mello
Marta - Sabrina Korgut
Kathy - Doriana Mendes
Suzi - Patricia Levy

Musical Numbers

[same as the 1995 New York Revival production]

Recording

2001 Brazil Cast Recording

2002 Kennedy Center Production

Opened May 17, 2002 at the Eisenhower Theater, The Kennedy Center, Washington DC
Closed June 29, 2002 after a limited engagement of 17 performances
Produced for The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts by Max Woodward
[James A. Johnson, Chairman; Michael M. Kaiser, President;
Eric Schaeffer, Artistic Director; Kay Cameron, Music Supervisor]

Company [Kennedy Center Production]

Directed by Sean Mathias
Choreography by Jodi Moccia
Musical Direction by Jonathan Tunick
Scenic Design: Derek McLane
Costume Design: Catherine Zuber
Lighting Design: Howell Binkley
Sound Design: Tom Morse
Projection Design: Michael Clark
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Technical Director: Neil Fleitell

Cast

Robert - John Barrowman
Sarah - Keira Naughton
Harry - David Pittu
Susan - Christy Baron
Peter - Dan Cooney
Jenny - Emily Skinner
David - Marc Vietor
Amy - Alice Ripley
Paul - Matt Bogart
Joanne - Lynn Redgrave
Larry - Walter Charles
Marta - Marcy Harriel
Kathy - Elizabeth Zins
April - Kim Director

Musical Numbers

[same as the original Broadway production; except for the dropping of "Tick Tock"]

Note: This production also used the book from the original Broadway production, not the 1995 revision.

2004 Reprise! (Los Angeles) Production

Opened May 18, 2004 at the Freud Playhouse, UCLA, Los Angeles
Closed June 6, 2004 after a limited engagement of 24 performances
Presented by Reprise! Broadway's Best
[Marcia Seligson, Producing Artistic Director;
Jim Gardia, Managing Director]
Directed by David Lee
Choreographed by Kay Cole
Music Direction by Gerald Sternbach
Scenic Design: Bradley Kaye
Costume Design: Randy Gardell
Lighting Design: Tom Ruzika
Sound Design: Philip G. Allen
Associate Music Director: Mary Ekler
Music Coordinator: Joe Soldo
Technical Director: Peter Falco

Cast

Robert - Christopher Sieber
Sarah - Sharon Lawrence
Harry - Scott Waara
Susan - Kathryn Blake
Peter - John Scherer
Jenny - Anastasia Barzee
David - Kevin Chamberlin
Amy - Jean Louisa Kelly
Paul - Josh Radnor
Joanne - Judith Light
Larry - Richard Kline
Marta - Deborah Gibson
Kathy - Cady Huffman
April - Amy Pietz
The Vocal Minority - Julia Burrows, Barbara Chiofalo, Susannah Hall, Anne Fraser Thomas

2006 Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Production

Opened March 14, 2006 at the Robert S. Marx Theatre, Cincinnati
Closed April 14, 2006 after a limited engagement
Presented by Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
[Producing Artistic Director: Edward Stern;
Executive Director: Buzz Ward]
Directed and Choreographed by John Doyle
Music Supervisor / Orchestrator: Mary-Mitchell Campbell
Set Designer: David Gallo
Costume Designer: Ann Hould-Ward
Lighting Designer: Thomas C. Hase
Sound Designer: Andrew Keister

Cast

Robert - Raśl Esparza
Sarah - Kristin Huffman
Harry - Keith Buterbaugh
Susan - Amy Justman
Peter - Matt Castle
Jenny - Leenya Rideout
David - Fred Rose
Amy - Heather Laws
Paul - Robert Cunningham
Joanne - Barbara Walsh
Larry - Bruce Sabath
Marta - Angel Desai
Kathy - Kelly Jeanne Grant
April - Elizabeth Stanley

2006 Broadway Revival

Previews began October 30, 2006 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre, NYC
Opened November 29, 2006; Closed July 1, 2007
Ran for 34 previews and 246 performances
Produced by Marc Routh, Richard Frankel, Thomas Viertel, Steven Baruch, The Ambassador Theatre Group, Tulchin/Bartner Productions, Darren Bagert and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park [Producing Artistic Director: Edward Stern; Executive Director: Buzz Ward]
Directed and Choreographed by John Doyle
Associate Director: Adam John Hunter
Music Supervisor / Orchestrator: Mary-Mitchell Campbell
Resident Music Supervisor: Lynne Shankel
Scenic Design by David Gallo
Costume Design by Ann Hould-Ward
Lighting Design by Thomas C. Hase
Sound Design by Andrew Keister
Hair and Wig Design by David H. Lawrence
Make-Up Design by Angelina Avallone

Cast

Robert - Raśl Esparza (Percussion, Piano)
Sarah - Kristin Huffman (Flute, Alto Sax, Piccolo)
Harry - Keith Buterbaugh (Trumpet, Trombone)
Susan - Amy Justman (Piano/Keyboards, Orchestra Bells)
Peter - Matt Castle (Piano/Keyboards, Double Bass)
Jenny - Leenya Rideout (Violin, Guitar, Double Bass)
David - Fred Rose (Cello, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax)
Amy - Heather Laws (French Horn, Trumpet, Flute)
Paul - Robert Cunningham (Trumpet, Drums)
Joanne - Barbara Walsh (Orchestra Bells, Percussion)
Larry - Bruce Sabath (Clarinet, Drums)
Marta - Angel Desai (Keyboard, Violin, Alto Sax)
Kathy - Kelly Jeanne Grant (Flute, Alto Sax)
April - Elizabeth Stanley (Oboe, Tuba, Alto Sax)

Standbys: Joanne, Sarah - Renee Bang Allen (Flute, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Orchestra Bells, Percussion); David, Paul - Brandon J. Ellis (Cello, Drums, Double Bass, Guitar); Harry, Larry, Paul - David Garry (Trumpet, Trombone, Clarinet, Drums, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax); Peter - Jason Ostrowski (Piano/Keyboards, Double Bass); Robert - Fred Rose; Amy, Jenny, Susan - Jessica Wright (Flute, Violin); April, Kathy, Marta - Katrina Yaukey (Alto Sax, Flute, Oboe, Tuba, Trumpet)

Musical Numbers

Act One

  • "Opening" - Company
  • "Company" - Robert, Company
  • "The Little Things You Do Together" - Joanne, Company
  • "Sorry-Grateful" - Harry, David, Larry
  • "You Could Drive a Person Crazy" - April, Kathy, Marta
  • "Have I Got a Girl for You" - Larry, Peter, Paul, David, Harry, Company
  • "Someone Is Waiting" - Robert
  • "Another Hundred People" - Marta
  • "Getting Married Today" - Amy, Paul, Susan, Company
  • "Marry Me a Little" - Robert

Act Two

  • "Side by Side by Side" - Robert, Company
  • "What Would We Do Without You?" - Robert, Company
  • "Poor Baby" - Sarah, Harry, Jenny, David, Susan, Amy, Joanne
  • "Barcelona" - Robert, April
  • "The Ladies Who Lunch" - Joanne
  • "Being Alive" - Robert, Company

Recording

2006 Broadway Revival Recording

Video Recording

Company [2008 DVD]

Filmed live onstage at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre during the matinee and evening performances of June 30, 2007
Broadcast on Great Performances, PBS, February 20, 2008

Additional Credits:
Directed for Television by Lonny Price
Executive Producers: Darren Bagert, Robert G Bartner, Bonnie Comley, and Stewart F Lane
Produced by Ellen M Krass and Mort Swinsky
Associate Director: Judi Elterman
Stage Manager: Iris Merlis
Editor: Gary Bradley
Lighting for Television by Alan Adelman
Production Manager: Lesley Jill Nathan
Script Supervisor: Annette Jolles
Technical Consultant: Mal Albaum

  • DVD, May 2008 [Image Entertainment ID44480EKDVD]
    Special Features: "An Audience with Stephen Sondheim" and interviews with John Doyle and Raśl Esparza


Blu-ray

Publications
Book
  • New York: Random House
    [0-394-47088-5], 1970; 118 pp.
  • New York: Random House
    [book club edition], 1970; 118 pp.
  • [Ten Great Musicals of the American Theatre, edited by Stanley Richards, also includes Gypsy and West Side Story]
    Radnor PA: Chilton
    [0-80195-731-1] 1973; pp. 513-572
  • [Ten Great Musicals of the American Theatre, edited by Stanley Richards, also includes Gypsy and West Side Story]
    Radnor PA: Chilton
    [book club edition] 1973; pp. 643-719
Book [1995 Revivals Revision]
  • New York: Theatre Communications Group [1-55936-108-5] [pbk], 1996; 118 pp.
  • New York: Theatre Communications Group [book club edition] [hc], 1996

Company [book]

Score [complete]
  • New York: Charles Hansen 45355, 1971; 195 pp. [piano reduction by Robert H. Noeltner]
  • New York: Valando Music / Beautiful Music, 197?; 195 pp.
  • Winona MN: H. Leonard HL00362136, 197?; 195 pp. [piano reduction by Robert H. Noeltner]
  • Milwaukee WI: Hal Leonard, 1983 [ISBN: 0881889644]; 196 pp. [piano reduction by Robert H. Noeltner]
Score [selections]
  • New York: Valando Music / Music of the Times Publishing Corp., 1970; 48 pp. [includes Pop Versions of "Another Hundred People", "Being Alive", "Company", "The Little Things You Do Together", "Side by Side by Side", "Someone Is Waiting", "Sorry-Grateful", "You Could Drive a Person Crazy", and Show Versions of "Another Hundred People", "Being Alive", "Company", "The Ladies Who Lunch"]
  • New York: Herald Square Music Co., 1970; 48 pp.
  • New York: Carlin America Inc. / Hal Leonard HL00359494 [ISBN 0-7935-6763-7], 1996; 128 pp., $14.95 [includes "Company", "The Little Things You Do Together", "Sorry-Grateful", "You Could Drive a Person Crazy", "Have I Got a Girl for You", "Someone Is Waiting", "Another Hundred People", "Getting Married Today", "Marry Me a Little", "Side by Side by Side / What Would We Do Without You", "Poor Baby", "Barcelona", "The Ladies Who Lunch", "Being Alive"] [Prepared and edited by Bob Golden]
  • The Complete Company Collection: Author's Edition
    New York: Carlin America Inc. / Hal Leonard HL00359494 [ISBN 978-0-7935-6763-7], 2010; 168 pp., $19.99 [includes "Company", "The Little Things You Do Together", "Sorry-Grateful", "You Could Drive a Person Crazy", "Have I Got a Girl for You", "Someone Is Waiting", "Another Hundred People", "Getting Married Today", "Marry Me a Little", "Side by Side by Side / What Would We Do Without You", "Poor Baby", "Barcelona", "The Ladies Who Lunch", "Being Alive", "Happily Ever After", "Multitudes of Amys", "The Wedding Is Off"] [Prepared and edited by Bob Golden]

Author's Edition

Performance rights controlled by Music Theatre International


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Last modified on Thursday, April 3, 2014
Compiled by Michael H. Hutchins