The stage and screen star spoke about working with and later becoming friends with late composer-lyricist Sondheim. The Emmy winner also related a dream she had in 2006 that found her escaping the threat of a nuclear attack. In the anxiety dream, Baranski runs into Sondheim on her way to the bank; turns out, Sondheim works there and shows Baranski a savings account she knew nothing about worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Years later, Baranski told Sondheim about the dream. Watch the interview above to learn Sondheim’s interpretation of the found money.
Baranski, who won Tony Awards for her performances in
Rumors and The Real Thing, also appeared in the City Center Encores! production of Follies, the original Off-Broadway staging of Sunday in the Park with George, and the film version of Into the Woods.
Celebrate Tony Award Winner Christine Baranksi With a Look Back at Her Career on Broadway