Seen on Broadway: Just when I'd wrapped my head around last season's radically rethought Sweeney Todd along comes a revival of Stephen Sondheim's Company, from the same director, John Doyle, and the same minimalist concept of having the performers play their instruments onstage. But all I know of Company, besides its legendary score (including "Another Hundred People" and "Side By Side By Side") is D.A. Pennebaker's 1970 documentary about the eventful recording of its original cast album. ...

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