Sondheim: A Chronology
How did you get to be here?
What was the moment?
Days in the life of Stephen Sondheim
Friends this long
has to mean something's strong
Brief bios of Sondheim collaborators and performers
Other Stage Work
Does it slip away slow
so you never even know
Shows with Sondheim contributions, and songs that are not part of a larger Sondheim project. Includes:
The Girls of Summer (1956)
Invitation to a March (1960)
The Mad Show (1966)
And there I am in California
Talking deals and turning pink
The Last of Sheila (1973, Screenplay)
Stavisky (1974, Score)
Reds (1981, Score)
Dick Tracy (1990, Songs)
The Birdcage (1996, Songs)
It's called burn your bridges, start again. You should burn them every now and then.
Stage, television and film projects that were either abandoned or unproduced. Includes:
Climb High (1953)
The Lady or the Tiger? (1954)
The Exception and the Rule (1968)
Singing Out Loud (1992)
Something is stirring, shifting ground...
It's just begun
Musicals written for the George School and Williams College
By George (1946)
Phinney's Rainbow (1948)
All That Glitters (1949)
Television and Radio
Before you know where you are,
there you are
Various Sondheim appearances and productions on television and radio
Start with nothing but a song to sing
An alphabetical listing with annotations of
The Songs of Stephen Sondheim
Listen to that!
Will you listen to that?
Albums of Sondheim songs recorded by other artists
Best thing that ever could have happened
Albums of previously released recordings
[mainly from the original cast recordings]
You need a tune you can bum-bum-bum-di-bum --
Give me a melody!
Music books of Sondheim songs
People love you and tell you lies.
Now you know
Publications about Sondheim and his works; includes books, periodicals, magazine and newspaper articles.
Tell 'em things they don't know
The most common questions asked of this website
We're opening doors
singing "Here we are!"
Links to websites with Sondheim info and other theatre interests.