Company revolves around Bobby, a single man navigating the complexities of romantic relationships and the bustling city life of New York. Through a series of vignettes, Bobby interacts with his married friends, each grappling with their own struggles and joys in matrimony. As Bobby contemplates his own desires in life, the musical delves into themes of love, loneliness, and the pursuit of happiness. Company offers an exploration of modern relationships and the universal need for connection.
Music/Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim
Book: George Furth
Musical Type: Pre-Contemporary (1970)
Cast Size: 14
Setting: USA (NYC)
Audition Songs: Theatre Trip
Licensing: Music Theatre International➝
Sheet Music: Amazon➝
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