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Stephen Sondheim Still Isn’t Over the Failure of Merrily We Roll Along: ‘I Felt Guilty Towards the Cast’

Merrily We Roll Along may have premiered on Broadway back in 1981, and only made it through a total of 16 performances after its previews, but not a day goes by that Stephen Sondheim isn't cursing and crying and turning and reaching — but mostly wishing the show had gotten a ... More »
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