When composer Stephen Sondheim (Sweeney Todd, Into the Woods) decided to tackle relationships, marriage and the meaning of love with this show, the results were as epic and sweeping as one would expect. Bobby is a single man celebrating his 35th birthday in the company of his best friends, all of whom want to help him settle down and finally commit to something meaningful. Over the course of dinner, drinks and even a wedding, these characters will reflect on connections and commitments, shedding hysterical and insightful light on modern love. The original 1970 Broadway production of Company received 14 Tony Award nominations, winning six of them -- including Best Musical. See the Weston Friendly Society production of this game-changing musical at the Weston Town Hall.
This show has adult content and is meant for high school aged and older audiences.