Over the past decade, women like Susan Stroman, Diane Paulus and Kathleen Marshall have moved to the front ranks of go-to directors for big Broadway musicals. But female composers have been less present on the scene. Until now.
Bryn Terfel and Emma Thompson reprise the roles they performed in a semi-staged production of Sweeney Todd, produced by the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center last year, at the London Coliseum beginning March 30.
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