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It's Bobbie with an "-ie" in this revival of the Sondheim classic.
New York, NY


It's Bobbie with an "-ie" in this revival of the Sondheim classic.
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About Company

Phone rings, door chimes, in comes Company! Tony Award and Grammy Award winner Katrina Lenk and two-time Tony Award and two-time Grammy Award winner Patti LuPone join forces in Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s groundbreaking musical comedy. 2022 Tony® Award winner for best revival of a musical.

It’s Bobbie’s 35th birthday party, and all her friends keep asking, why isn’t she married? As Bobbie searches for answers, she discovers why being single and being married in 21st-century New York could drive a person crazy.

Two-time Tony Award-winning director Marianne Elliott (War Horse, Curious Incident, Angels in America) helms this revelatory new production. COMPANY features Stephen Sondheim’s award-winning songs You Could Drive a Person Crazy, The Ladies Who Lunch, Side by Side by Side and the iconic Being Alive. So come back to Broadway and celebrate those good and crazy people in our lives.

We’ll be so glad to see you.

Run time

2hr 45min (incl. intermission)

Start date

March 2nd, 2020

End date

July 31st, 2022


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Audiences Say
Entertaining, Great staging, Clever, Great singing, Funny

1K+ reviews on Show-Score

stef 8112
Modern set, Great singing, Great acting, Entertaining, Absorbing
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Must see, Entertaining, Refreshing, Great singing, Great staging
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Great music, Great staging, Snarky, Resonant, Entertaining
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Company cast and creative team

By: Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a Book by George Furth
Director: Marianne Elliott
Producer: Elliott & Harper Productions and The Shubert Organization, with Catherine Schreiber
Cast list: Katrina Lenk (as Bobbie) and Patti LuPone (as Joanne), alongside Terence Archie (as Larry), Etai Benson (as Paul), Nikki Renée Daniels (as Jenny), Matt Doyle (as Jamie), Claybourne Elder (as Andy), Christopher Fitzgerald (as David), Greg Hildreth (as Peter), Rashidra Scott (as Susan), Christopher Sieber (as Harry), Jennifer Simard (as Sarah), and Bobby Conte Thornton (as P.J.)
Design: Bunny Christie
Lighting: Neil Austin
Costume: Bunny Christie
Choreography: Liam Steel
Sound: Ian Dickinson
Other info: Musical Supervision by Joel Fram, Orchestrations by David Cullen, Dance Arrangements by Sam Davis, Illusions by Chris Fisher, and hair, wig & makeup design by Campbell Young Associates


Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre

242 West 45th Street, New York, NY, USA, 10036
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2 wheelchair spaces

More information about Company

We’ll be so glad to see you — but only through July 31! Marianne Elliott’s gender-bending revival of Stephen Sondheim’s musical is only on Broadway for a few more weeks, so catch it now that it's become the most awarded musical of the 2021-22 season with five Tonys. Company tickets are available on TodayTix. Get tickets for Company in New York today.

This Company revival features a woman in the central role of Bobbie, a 35-year-old singleton whose coupled friends want to pair her off on the occasion of her 35th birthday. Although Company is a quintessential New York musical, this production originated in London’s West End, featuring Patti LuPone in an Olivier Award-winning performance. Patti LuPone returns to her role as Joanne, who sings the epic 11 o’clock number “The Ladies Who Lunch,” in the Broadway production.

Jennifer Simard on the vulnerable experience of playing Sarah in ‘Company’ on Broadway

__The biggest changes made to 'Company' for the Broadway revival __

In the Company musical, Bobbie explores a series of relationships with three suitors, while her friends continually encourage her to settle down. While the plot remains entirely the same with the lead’s gender switch, many critics and reporters have commented that by placing a woman in the center of the story and setting it in modern times, the urgency increases as biological clocks and societal pressure don’t hold the same weight for men.

Company originally premiered on Broadway in 1970, and the musical features several Sondheim standards including “Being Alive,” “Someone Is Waiting,” “Marry Me a Little,” and “Another Hundred People.” Actors including Adrian Lester, Raúl Esparza, Neil Patrick Harris, and more have played Bobby, and Rosalie Craig originated the female version of the role in London. Company Broadway tickets are available now.

What to Watch For

  • When Stephen Sondheim saw this production of Company in London, he told Rosalie Craig, who played Bobbie in the West End, “I wish I’d written it for a woman from the start.”
  • This production of Company in New York marks the third Broadway revival of the show. The show was revived in 2006 and in 1995. The 2006 production won the Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.
  • In 2011, The New York Philharmonic staged Company in a production starring Neil Patrick Harris, Stephen Colbert, Christina Hendricks, Martha Plimpton, and Patti LuPone as Joanne. The three-night run of performances was filmed and given a theatrical release and now is available to rent and stream.
  • The Documentary Now! episode “Co-op” is a parody of the documentary about the making of the Company original cast recording. John Mulaney plays a Sondheim-esque character, while Paula Pell’s song “I’ve Got to Go” is an homage to Elaine Stritch and “The Ladies Who Lunch.” The episode is available to stream on Netflix, and the real documentary is available to stream on the Criterion Channel.
  • Director Marianne Elliott and designer Bunny Christie were inspired by Alice in Wonderland for the production, and there are many visual cues to the iconic tale of a young woman finding herself in this Company.
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