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Merrily We Roll Along

a Musical (Concert only)
CATEGORY : MUSICAL
by George Furth (book) and Stephen Sondheim (songs)

COMPANY : Actor's Express [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Actor's Express [WEBSITE]
ID# 5362

SHOWING : October 05, 2019 - October 07, 2019

PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Join us for a three-night-only concert staging of this rarely-produced Sondheim classic about the clash of personal and professional ambitions between three old friends. One of Sondheim’s most fascinating shows, it features arguably his greatest score, which includes such musical theatre standards as “Old Friend,” “Good Thing Going” “Our Time” and “Not a Day Goes By.”


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