Intimately staged with a focus on character and relationships, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC challenges audiences and artists alike with its complex musicality and darkly comedic themes of love and longing. The production is directed by Linda Fortunato, who has previously worked with BoHo on NEXT TO NORMAL, PARADE, and KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN, with music direction by fellow BoHo alum Tom Vendafreddo (THE SPITFIRE GRILL).
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Around The Town Chicago - Highly Recommended
"... I admit it! I am a lover of the works ( and words) of Stephen Sondheim! Although I know that in every one of his musicals, I will hear a hint of another, I adore his cleverness with words and his creativity is using his music and/or words to tell a story. I am a “Sondheim-holic”. I never miss one of his shows, no matter which local company produces it. In fact, when I heard that BoHo Theatre Company was bringing to their stage, “A Little Night Music”, I immediately got out my calendar to make sure that I did not miss this one ( one of my very favorites)."
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Picture This Post - Somewhat Recommended
"...However, fellow Sondheim enthusiasts may similarly experience this production like a loud rock band concert where you never get the lyrics‑ the sound imbalance a constant irritation. From the program notes we learn that most of the cast has classically trained opera voices. With no Adler & Sullivan acoustical engineering aiding them, many of these voices seem lost and in need of a mic."
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