Starring Carol Burnett, George Hearn and others, Putting it Together is a tribute to composer/songwriter Stephen Sondheim, featuring songs from his Broadway productions.
|The Wife||Carol Burnett|
|The Husband||George Hearn|
|The Young Woman||Ruthie Henshall|
|The Young Man||John Barrowman|
|The Narrator||Bronson Pinchot|
|Director||Eric D. Schaeffer|
|Producer||Nicholas van Hoogstraten|
|Executive Producer||Bruce Brandwen|
|Production/Costume Design||Bob Crowley|
|Costume Design||Bob Mackie|
|Musical Director||Paul Raiman|
Great material with a worthy cast
Have seen this production live in NYC, on my DVD and now streaming. The picture quality here is a bit diminished; not as sharp or clear as the DVD. But the sound is just fine, thank you, and of course that is the most important thing. Cast of 5 are all excellent and provided with ample opportunity to perform some of the best theater songs of the last 35 years.
I am a Sondheim fan so it was nice to see some of my favorite songs done in different ways. The material can get a bit tedious at times, but the actors pull through. Love that they touched on most of Sondheim's work including Forum and Into the Woods.
better then I thought
The actors were fantastic! Carol Burnett was sublime, John Barrowman's vocals will blow you away. Who knew Bronson Pinchot could sing like an angel? I was just very disappointed that this wonderful showcase of talent wasn't given better material.
I would love to review this play