Something Stephen Said, Featuring Songs of Sondheim, Schwartz and Flaherty, Plays Joe's Pub Jan. 4

By Andrew Gans
January 4, 2014

The songs of Stephen Sondheim, Stephen Schwartz and Stephen Flaherty will be heard in Something Stephen Said, which is offered at Joe's Pub Jan. 4.



Presented by Three Act Theatre, the performance begins at 7 PM.

Led by artistic director Eric Mark Olson and musical director Andrew David Sotomayor, the company performers include Morgan DeTogne, Lindsay Gallagher, Alyson Leigh Rosenfeld, Jonathan Perez, Ellie Atwood, Scott Johnson and Morgan Faulkner.

The evening, according to press notes, takes "the audience on a journey through songs that reflect some of our individual stories and also how we decided to embark on a new adventure together. Approximately 90 minutes in length, Something Stephen Said will make you laugh, cry, and renew your faith in art & life the way only Sondheim, Schwartz & Flaherty can!"

Three Act Theatre is a new company of professional artists "seeking to pass down the tradition of live theatre to generations of emerging of talent through education & performance opportunity." The company is also dedicated to the "development of new works, the new exploration of treasured classics, and the kind of storytelling in each that challenges us to imagine and create a world in which we wish to live."

Click here for ticket information.