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A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC Directed by Harold Prince Screenplay by Hugh Wheeler

With the possible exception of Choreographer Jerome Robbins, no one has done more to reinvent the modern Broadway musical than the team of Director Harold Prince and Composer Stephen Sondheim. In four successive collaborations—Company, Follies, A Little Night Music and Pacific Overtures—they have proved that America's foremost indigenous theatrical form can accommodate adult themes, unconventional music and innovative flights of staging and dance. Now Prince and Sondheim have adapted one of their shows to the screen, and the results are...

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