1. Stephen Sondheim agreed, and despite frequent dissonance and a highly-chromatic style, his music is tonal.
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9. Stephen Sondheim had another "conversation with" Sean Patrick Flahaven at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach on February 4, 2009, in which he discussed many of his songs and shows: "On the perennial struggles of Broadway: 'I don't see any solution for Broadway's problems except subsidized theatre, as in most civilized countries of the world.
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17. Stephen Sondheim agreed, but Ethel Merman—cast as Mama Rose—had just finished Happy Hunting with an unknown composer and lyricist (Matt Dubey).
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23. Stephen Sondheim began attending Williams College, a liberal arts college in Williamstown, Massachusetts whose theatre program attracted him.
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24. Stephen Sondheim met Hal Prince, who would direct many of his shows, at the opening of South Pacific, Hammerstein's musical with Richard Rodgers.
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27. Stephen Sondheim has written film music, contributing "Goodbye for Now" for Warren Beatty's 1981 Reds.
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28. Stephen Sondheim wrote the lyrics for West Side Story and Gypsy (1959).
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