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Company: A Musical Comedy
Before mosaic-like narratives became popular, very few shows had such style. Company: The Musical Comedy was revolutionary in bringing in such a plot. In this, events are scattered all over like a mosaic with just one common link.
Since then, the genre has become quite prevalent. But, we will never forget George Furth and his book for giving us an early entry into this area of production.
The musical first came into the limelight during its 1970 run and saw record-breaking nominations. The popularity was no surprise as it was one of those rare Broadway productions which lacked a chronology and order.
On top of it, the show had vignette-style as its primary element, shown through different snippets. All of it was woven into a single screen using the lyrical magic of Stephen Sondheim.
Nothing would be better than a live rendition of this legendary musical on Broadway. So get your tickets to this masterpiece right away. Scroll down for details!
Ushering Into the Modern Era
The Company was quite forward during its 70s run. It had significant lifestyle elements shown from a subjective point of view. But, the 1995 revival of the production further broadened its spectrum and showed the world how powerful its themes were.
Company: A Musical Comedy is one of the first few shows that depicted themes like marriage, love, the modern definition of dating, divorces, and everything that goes into human relationships.
The play covers all of it one by one but without any chronological order, as mentioned earlier. It starts with Robert, our reliable narrator, who visits his friends, who all portray a different face of the relationship they share with their respective partners.
A Riveting Plot
The central part of the play's vignette-style plot is Robert’s perspective of these relationships and his own ponderings over them. Each of these depictions and Robert's contemplation get a song arc with flawless shifts from one scene to another.
We have songs like Company, Side by Side by Side, and Marry Me a Little all coming together to keep you entertained and deep in thought simultaneously. Joel Fern handled the music direction gathering 9 Tony Nominations once again.
While the COVID 19 halted the Broadway run as a whole, the production is once again active. So, if you want to treat yourself to good music, lighting, and an absolute thought-provoking drama, this is your cue to get hold of those tickets ASAP. Scroll below to book right now!