Café Mouffe: Bernadette Peters Sings Sondheim

In a flight of fancy disguised as a play treatment I suggested to Ms. M that, if our love could be translated into musical theater, maybe Bernadette Peters could play her part. Ms. M was dubious, reluctant to accept any simulacrum. I pleaded with her, “Not even for Broadway?”

So here are three clips to persuade her to change her mind. All are songs by Stephen Sondheim, recorded at Royal Festival Hall in London in 1998. Thanks to Eric Martin for sharing the DVD excerpts on the net.

Being Alive (Company) | Children Will Listen (Into the Woods) | No One Is Alone (Into the Woods)

Encore: From the same London concert, listen to Unexpected Song (Song and Dance) by Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber.

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