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Putting It Together (2000)

A tribute to composer/songwriter Stephen Sondheim, featuring songs from his Broadway productions.

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The Wife
The Husband
The Young Woman
The Young Man
The Narrator


A tribute to composer/songwriter Stephen Sondheim, featuring songs from his Broadway productions.

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24 February 2012 (Ireland)  »

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"Do I Hear a Waltz?" is the only song in this production where Stephen Sondheim only wrote the lyrics. The music for that show was written by Richard Rodgers. See more »


The Husband: Somebody, hold me too close. Somebody, hurt me too deep. Somebody, sit in my chair and ruin my sleep and make me aware of being alive, being alive.
The Narrator: Somebody, need me too much.
The Wife: [echoing] Somebody, need me too much.
The Narrator: Somebody, know me too well.
The Young Woman: [echoing] Somebody, know me too well.
The HusbandThe NarratorThe Young Man: Somebody, pull me up short, and put me through hell, and give me support for being alive.
The Narrator: Make me alive!
The Husband: [echoing] Make me alive!
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Sooner or Later
(from "Dick Tracy")
Written by Stephen Sondheim
Performed by Ruthie Henshall
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If you don't mind prerecorded music...
26 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If you are a fan of Carol Burnett (and you're not bothered by her scary, plastic-surgery face), if you like Bronson Pinchot, and if you don't mind prerecorded music (and heavily miked singing...), then by all means watch this program. I *hated* it! I was so disappointed. One longs for a live orchestra, band or pianist...and better singing! I wasn't thrilled that Perfect-Strangers-Balki was in it (and even more dismayed when he opened his mouth), and I was bitterly sad that George Hearn deigned to appear in this travesty. A performer like him shouldn't be in this!

There are however some pretty good extras: an interview with Ms. Burnett and an outtake (very hilarious! It was my favorite part.)

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