Tony-Winning Sondheim musical critiques the concept of “happily ever after” with a dark take on several characters from Grimm’s fairytales
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Into the Woods
The recipient of numerous Tony Awards upon its Broadway debut in 1987 and subsequent revival in 2002, Into the Woods marries a number of Grimm’s fairy tales with the mellifluous touch of Stephen Sondheim. Follow the baker and his wife, cursed with childlessness by the witch next door, as they embark on a quest for special objects required to break the spell. Along the way they meet Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Cinderella and Jack and the Beanstalk. A magical story, Into the Woods includes some powerful beans, a lascivious wolf, a prince with a roving eye and a lady giant who steps down from the heavens to crush a few beloved characters.