Join us to explore one of the most creative and productive partnerships in Broadway’s history.

From 1970 to 1981, Stephen Sondheim and Hal Prince collaborated on a series ­of new musicals that would forever redefine what was possible in musical theatre. As composer/lyricist and director, they devised an astonishing series of groundbreaking works—Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Pacific Overtures, Sweeney Todd and Merrily We Roll Along—that remain as exciting today as when they first appeared.

David Loud, artistic director, music director & host
Noah Racey, stage director
Kate Baldwin, vocals
Heidi Blickenstaff, vocals
Liz Callaway, vocals
James Clow, vocals
Jason Danieley, vocals
Alan H. Green, vocals

Artist Bios

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David Loud

David Loud has frequently collaborated with Stephen Sondheim. Among his many credits, he was the onstage pianist of the original Broadway production of Merrily We Roll Along, music director of the original Broadway Sondheim on Sondheim, and music director of A Bed and a Chair: A New York Love Affair, a collaboration between Sondheim and Wynton Marsalis and starring Bernadette Peters at the New York City Center in 2013. He also has the distinction of simultaneously serving as a cast and artistic staff member of two Broadway shows: Terrence McNally’s Master Class, in which he played Manny and was musical supervisor; and Kander & Ebb’s Curtains, in which he played Sasha and was music director.

For the 2011/12 Broadway season, David was both musical supervisor of The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess and conductor of the incidental music for Death of a Salesman, starring Philip Seymour Hall. Among his other Broadway credits, he was music director of the original productions of Ragtime, A Class Act, Steel Pier and The Look of Love, and the revivals of She Loves Me, Company, The Boys from Syracuse and Sweeney Todd. This past November David was music supervisor for the world premiere of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty’s Little Dancer, directed by Susan Strohman, at the Kennedy Center.

David has created arrangements for Audra McDonald, Rebecca Luker, Karen Ziemba, Andrea McArdle, Paulo Szot, Betty Buckley and Barbara Cook. He has enjoyed a particularly close collaboration with Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley: he created their show “Opposite You,” which they performed across the country; a CD of the show was released by PS Classics. In December 2012 PS Classics released a two-CD recording of The Land Where the Good Songs Go, David’s sold-out Jerome Kern revue featuring 30 songs performed by Luker, Heidi Blickenstaff, Matthew Scott and others.

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Noah Racey

A New York-based performer, director, choreographer and educator, Noah Racey made his debut on Broadway in the 2001 revival of Follies, and has since appeared in Thoroughly Modern Millie, for which he was also associate choreographer for Rob Ashford’s Tony Award-winning choreography; Never Gonna Dance and Curtains. Noah’s directing and choreographic work has been seen regularly in the Town Hall’s Broadway by the Year series, and for its 2007 Summer Broadway Festival production of All Singin! All Dancin! He is currently starring in Holiday Inn at the Goodspeed Opera House. Noah is founder and artistic director of the internationally acclaimed New York Song & Dance Company.

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Kate Baldwin

Kate Baldwin’s credits include several concert appearances with Stephen Sondheim as a featured performer in his critically acclaimed evening, “A Conversation with Stephen Sondheim.” She also had a featured role in the PBS filming of Sondheim’s “Passion.” Baldwin’s Broadway credits include Big Fish; Finian’s Rainbow (Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations); The Full Monty; Thoroughly Modern Millie; Wonderful Town. Concert and nightclub appearances include the New York Pops; the American Songbook series at Lincoln Center; Feinstein’s at the Regency; Birdland; and 54 Below.

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Heidi Blickenstaff

Heidi Blickenstaff gained widespread notice for her work in [title of show], during both its Off-Broadway and Broadway runs, playing what she called a “concentrated version” of herself. Her other Broadway credits include roles in The Addams Family, The Little Mermaid and The Full Monty. She won a Helen Hayes Award for her starring role in the musical Meet John Doe at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C.

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Liz Callaway

Liz Callaway made her Broadway debut in Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along; her Broadway credits also include Baby (Tony nomination); Cats; Miss Saigon; The Three Musketeers; and The Look of Love. Other New York appearances include the legendary Follies in Concert at Lincoln Center; A Stephen Sondheim Evening; Fiorello! (Encores!); and Hair in Concert. The award-winning Sibling Revelry (created with sister Ann Hampton Callaway) was presented at the Donmar Warehouse in London. Boom!, a celebration of the music of the 60’s and 70’s, also created with her sister was recorded live at Birdland, and is currently touring performing arts centers around the country.

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James Clow

James Clow’s Broadway credits include Assassins, Blood Brothers, Company, She Loves Me, Wonderful Town and Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. He has toured nationally in numerous shows, including Beauty and the Beast, Into the Woods, Jekyll & Hyde and Oklahoma!. Clow appeared in Lincoln Center’s presentation of Stephen Sondheim’s Passion and on TV in PBS’s “Sondheim: A Celebration at Carnegie Hall.”

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Jason Danieley

Jason Danieley has been hailed by The New York Times as “the most exquisite tenor on Broadway.” After making a splash in the theater world in Adam Guettel’s Floyd Collins, Danieley has gone on to appear on Broadway in Next to Normal (alongside his wife Marin Mazzie), Curtains, The Full Monty and Candide (Theater World Award winner, Drama Desk nomination). He recently starred in the Broadway-bound production of Cole Porter's Can-Can at the Paper Mill Playhouse.

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Alan H. Green

Alan H. Green appears later this year in NBC’s telecast of Peter Pan Live! He has appeared on Broadway in Sister Act and Play On! and in the national touring production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.

 

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  • Lyrics & Lyricists: A Good Thing Going

    Date: Sat, Jan 10, 2015, 8 pm

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Venue: Kaufmann Concert Hall

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  • Lyrics & Lyricists: A Good Thing Going

    Date: Sun, Jan 11, 2015, 2 pm

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

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  • Lyrics & Lyricists: A Good Thing Going

    Date: Sun, Jan 11, 2015, 7 pm

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

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  • Lyrics & Lyricists: A Good Thing Going

    Date: Mon, Jan 12, 2015, 2 pm

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Venue: Kaufmann Concert Hall

    Price: from $55.00

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  • Lyrics & Lyricists: A Good Thing Going

    Date: Mon, Jan 12, 2015, 7:30 pm

    Location: Lexington Avenue at 92nd St

    Venue: Kaufmann Concert Hall

    Price: from $60.00

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About 92Y YourStage

92Y YourStage provides a venue for independent curators, performers, and educators to mount a professional production. Yourstage events are confirmed once they meet a threshold for ticket sales by a certain date.

YourStage events that are ON have been confirmed; PENDING events need to generate more ticket sales; If an event fails to generate enough ticket sales, the event will be CALLED OFF, and all ticket holders will be refunded.

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Priority registration puts you at the front of the line to register for courses and events for an upcoming semester.

Eligible patrons will be able to order priority registration online.

 

Who is eligible for priority registration?

Individuals who have participated in 92nd Street Y programs over the past year in selected program areas, participants in certain memberships, and those who have made contributions of $500 or more to 92Y, are eligible to register for programs before they become available to the general public.

How do I know if I qualify?

Patrons that qualify for Priority Registration will receive packets in the mail explaining how to purchase online. Priority registration is normally mailed 2-3 weeks before a catalog is available. Registration information includes your Patron ID#. You can use this ID# to setup your login information online. This will allow you to register early for a course or event. Please note: if you receive a packet, you are only eligible to priority register for the programs covered in your packet.

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To find out if you are eligible for priority registration, don't have your Patron ID#, or having difficulty ordering online, please call 212.415.5500 or email.