Magazine article The Sondheim Review

Editor's Letter

Magazine article The Sondheim Review

Editor's Letter

Article excerpt

THE SONDHEIM REVIEW WAS REFERRED TO AS A "FANZINE" in a recent article in The Palm Beach Post. I certainly appreciate any recognition this publication receives from the mainstream media, but I hope we are more than merely a magazine for fans. Of course, most of us who read TSR, and certainly all of us who write for it, are admirers of Stephen Sondheim. But I also like to think that we provide a lot of judgment and insight, and that's what makes this publication worth reading and keeps subscribers coming back year after year.

We've reached something of a milestone with the Summer 2009 issue. This is TSR's 60th edition. We began publication in the summer of 1994, and we've been sending out quarterly issues steadily for 15 years. (You'll find a comprehensive listing of the contents of back issues on pages 45-48 in this issue. These issues can be purchased via our website: sondheimreview.com.) Many of you have been subscribers from the very beginning. We are always glad to hear from you, and I'd be happy to publish your letters about what TSR has meant to you over the years.

In this issue we continue to cover the startling array of productions of Stephen Sondheim's work. You can read about the arrival of Road Show (formerly known as Bounce, among other titles) in New York City late in 2008, with Michael Cerveris in a leading role. …

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