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Sondheim! The Birthday Concert 

Join us for a rousing celebration of the life and work of one of Broadway's greatest legends - the one and only Stephen Sondheim.

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Join us for a rousing celebration of the life and work of one of Broadway's greatest legends - the one and only Stephen Sondheim.

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16 November 2010 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Paul Gemignani - Conductor: [Gemignani leads the orchestra in the opening chords of "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd when Pierce comes on stage and interrupts him] What?
David Hyde Pierce - Host: We're not going to start with Sweeney Todd.
Paul Gemignani - Conductor: Oh, come on, David, it's my favorite!
David Hyde Pierce - Host: I know it's your favorite. We talked about this. This is a birthday party.
Paul Gemignani - Conductor: Oh, man...
David Hyde Pierce - Host: We're going to eat cake, not people.
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Soundtracks

Somthing's Coming
Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Music by Leonard Bernstein
[from "West Side Story"]
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