September 21, 2014
14 Feb 2014
Playbill.com is celebrating Valentine's Day with a selection of love songs penned by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim.
Read our feature PLAYBILL PICKS: Timeless Love Affairs on Stage.
Collaborating with composer Leonard Bernstein, playwright Arthur Laurents and director-choreographer Jerome Robbins on West Side Story, the contemporary adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, Sondheim set our hearts shooting sparks into space with the lyrics:
Today, the world was just an address A place for me to live in No better than all right
But here you are And what was just a world is a star Tonight
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