Monthly Archives: May 2010

What I love about Sondheim

-His acerbic tone when he’s interviewed -The variety of worlds that he writes about – and then finds the styles to write them in -That entertainment can be clever and being clever is delicious -The wordplay, even though sometimes it … Continue reading

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Friend

We wrote this song for a friend years ago.  She asked for something along the lines of “Unrequited Love”.  We don’t have a lot of one-off songs, but we love this song.  There’s been a couple of great performances of … Continue reading

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Opinions…

Reviews are funny things.  When they’re bad, you say they don’t matter, but when they’re great…well, they feel really nice.  After ten years, we’re kind of used to getting reviews – they do tend to even out after a while … Continue reading

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Photosynthesis

Writing musicals for a career is not that smart a move.  It’s the sort of career where you can make a killing but not a living.  Ie, if your musical takes off, you can never need to write again, but … Continue reading

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Brand New Eyes

Blogging, eh?  Sounds like another way to avoid the writing that we actually set up this site to promote etc. Why blog?  The website – http://www.bryantandfrank.com – is designed to be useful, informative and aesthetically pleasing, but not really to … Continue reading

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