On a recent Sunday around noon, Bill Yosses, the former White House executive pastry chef, was standing in the middle of the West Village with two insulated black crates…
Jeremy Secomb and Siobhain McCarthy talk about their roles in a new production of “Sweeney Todd.”
If you’ve seen a production of the show, you’re probably wondering about the meat. If you haven’t, well, it has been 38 years since “Sweeney Todd” debuted, so the statute of limitations for spoilers has long expired.
Sweeney Todd is a piece of theater that should make you lose your appetite. The grisly musical by Stephen Sondheim tells the story of a demonic barber whose clients become the filling for meat pies.
With real pie and mash served on-site, off-Broadway audiences come together to share a uniquely English — and unarguably American — experience.
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A mix of Broadway and London stage veterans come to New York in a new off-Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s musical.
t’s a long way from South London’s urban, multicultural melting pot district, Tooting, to New York, but the demon barber once traversed the globe, so should we be surprised?
Rehearsals are underway for the Tooting Arts Club production of Sweeney Todd.
The Tooting Arts Club production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is set to have its New York premiere starting February 14 at the Barrow Street Theatre.
The ‘Scandal’ actor will play the title character in a spring 2017 limited run, starring opposite Carolee Carmello.
Off Broadway’s Barrow Street Theatre is bringing the Tooling Arts Club vision to New York City — transforming its theatre into a working pie-shop environment in the process.
Gorgeous music isn’t the only mouth-watering part of a new take on “Sweeney Todd,” now in rehearsals off Broadway.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and the creative team celebrated the Off-Broadway transfer of Sweeney Todd.
Former White House Pastry Chef Named ‘Official Pie Maker’ for Immersive SWEENEY TODD Off-Broadway
The Barrow Street Theater will be reconfigured into a pie shop to host a British production of the musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.”
An old pie and mash shop is to be meticulously recreated in the heart of the West End to host London’s first pop-up
Rachel Edwards, the producer behind ‘Sweeney Todd’, talks to Time Out about transferring a whole south London pie shop to the West End for the latest revival of Sondheim’s musical.
It was a bit of an out-of-brain experience,” admitted Rachel Edwards, recalling the evening when Stephen Sondheim turned up to watch her company’s performance in a south London pie and mash shop.