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https://plus.google.com/113826432686267627871 Neil Cheesman : Tooting Arts Club have announced the cast and creative team for their forthcoming Sondheim adventure...
Tooting Arts Club have announced the cast and creative team for their forthcoming Sondheim adventure – Sweeney Todd!  With the help of their “wonderful casting director Kate Plantin”.

Mrs Lovett: Siobhan McCarthy
Sweeney Todd: Jeremy Secomb
Judge Turpin: David Freedman
Beadle Bamford: Ian Mowat
Pirelli/Beggar Woman: Kiara Jay
Anthony: Nadim Naaman
Tobias: Joseph Taylor
Johanna: Grace Chapman
Tooting Arts Club announce cast and creative for Sweeney Todd
Tooting Arts Club announce cast and creative for Sweeney Todd. Mrs Lovett Siobhan McCarthy, Sweeney Todd Jeremy Secomb, Judge Turpin David Freedman and more
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https://plus.google.com/100103883745556414518 The Arts Fuse : Evelyn Rosenthal is chilled and thrilled by The Lyric Stage Company of Boston's production of the musical...
Evelyn Rosenthal is chilled and thrilled by The Lyric Stage Company of Boston's production of the musical "Sweeney Todd": "To darken a story that already hinges on rape, murder, and cannibalism takes some doing, but the edgy Lyric Stage production pulls it off." (through October 11)

http://artsfuse.org/114111/fuse-theater-review-cut-and-slash-done-with-panache-lyric-stage-delivers-a-high-caliber-sweeney-todd/
Fuse Theater Review: Cut and Slash Done With Panache — Lyric Stage Delivers a High-Caliber “Sweeney Todd” » The Arts Fuse
To darken a story that already hinges on rape, murder, and cannibalism takes some doing, but the edgy Lyric Stage production pulls it off. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Book by Hugh Wheeler. Directed and staged by Spiro Veloudos.
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https://plus.google.com/101962921250344456562 Margaret Farmiloe : Are you in the lewes area and at a loose end this afternoon? Then why not attend the tale of Sweeney...
Are you in the lewes area and at a loose end this afternoon? Then why not attend the tale of Sweeney Todd at St John Sub Castro at 4pm this afternoon? It's gonna be amazing! #lewes
Sweeney Todd, St John Sub Castro, Lewes

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https://plus.google.com/114635793231946204291 Nelly Colom : Green Finch & Linnet Bird -Sweeney Todd Because I can't seem to escape Sondheim for too long, here is...
Green Finch & Linnet Bird -Sweeney Todd
Because I can't seem to escape Sondheim for too long, here is a little Sweeney Todd today. I have this theory that Sondheim hates sopranos, because he tends to give them rather annoying songs, but more often than not, make them relatively useless one dimens...
Green Finch & Linnet Bird -Sweeney Todd
Because I can't seem to escape Sondheim for too long, here is a little Sweeney Todd today. I have this theory that Sondheim hates sopranos, because he tends to give them rather annoying songs, but more often than not, make th...
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https://plus.google.com/108445183476670904792 The Cheshire Cat : Never forget, never forgive - Sweeney Todd
Never forget, never forgive
- Sweeney Todd
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-P7ETE0jTQLo/VBTOHCYzNvI/AAAAAAAAAE4/wJ9nS23HlSo/w506-h750/sweeney-todd-and-mrs-lovett.png
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https://plus.google.com/101984023539655359589 Omalicha Nwa : These Celebrities Have Never Won An Oscar??? Johnny Depp Nominated for: Best Actor, 2003, "Pirates of...
These Celebrities Have Never Won An Oscar???
Johnny Depp Nominated for: Best Actor, 2003, "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" (winner: Sean Penn for "Mystic River"), Best Actor, 2004, "Finding Neverland" (winner: Jamie Foxx, "Ray"); Best Actor, 2007, "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barbe...
These Celebrities Have Never Won An Oscar???
Johnny Depp Nominated for: Best Actor, 2003, "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" (winner: Sean Penn for "Mystic River"), Best Actor, 2004, "Finding Neverland" (winner: Jamie Foxx, "Ray"); Best Actor, 200...
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https://plus.google.com/114103326271826547285 Tonja Tomblin : Big Murder on Campus: Chapter 3--Part 2 Part 1: https://plus.google.com/114103326271826547285/posts...
Big Murder on Campus: Chapter 3--Part 2

Part 1: https://plus.google.com/114103326271826547285/posts/6VdZdo4ZGGJ

(Approx: 650 words)

Twilight had settled across the city when we exited the dorm for the library. A full moon shone down illuminating our path in a silvery ribbon of light. The tree lined sidewalk cast spidery shadows across University Street. Lights from John Martin Memorial Stadium blazed to the west, mixing with the shine of city lights. The sultry breeze brought with it the sound of cheering spectators and the smell of popcorn and fresh-cut grass.

As we walked, we talked.

“I’m an only child,” Finia started. “For the most part, I grew up right here in Halifax. My parents divorced when I was five. Daddy’s a stock broker for a major firm on Wall Street. Mom married a plastic surgeon and moved to Florida when I was seven. Neither Mom or Daddy were around much, but even they knew that they couldn’t let a five year old raise herself; so they shipped me off to boarding school shortly after their divorce or to relatives if I was home on break. When I got in junior high I convinced them to let me stay in Halifax to go to a regular school. They agreed and paid for a live-in housekeeper to be my guardian. They try to make up for their lack of parental involvement with gifts, each one attempting to outspend the other.”

“I know what it’s like to not have parents around,” I said. My voice was thick with suppressed emotions. Thinking about my parents was always painful. Even though they’d been gone for ten of my sixteen years, it was still hard to tell others about them. How did a person broach that subject without sounding like they were asking for pity? Oh hey, by the way, my parents are dead seemed callous, but what were my alternatives? That was another social gaffe that I had never been able to crack. “My parents died when I was six. I have a twin brother named Kyle that’s going to MIT. He’s the only family I have.”

“I’m so sorry, Sweetie,” Finia said. “Is Kyle the one you talk to every night?”

I was grateful that she didn’t ask the typical questions people were inclined to ask. “Yes. Every night he wants to know how I’m doing in my classes and if I’ve made any friends yet.”

Finia laughed. “Seriously? It sounds like you have a parent after all. I’m a freshman graphic design major. My birthday is in December. I’ll be nineteen. So start thinking about what you’re going to buy me.” She said that last in a fake conceited tone.
“He does act pretty bossy sometimes. Let’s see…I don’t know yet what I want to major in. My birthday is in January. I’ll be seventeen.” I had walked five steps when I realized that Finia wasn’t next to me.

“You’re how old?” she asked. The light from the street lamps washed out Fina’s already pale face and her eyes stood out in stark relief.

I jogged to where she stood rooted to the ground. “Sixteen,” I said. “I’ll be seventeen in January.”

Her mouth hung open in that way I had come to expect from people when they found out how old I was. “What are you? Some kind of super genius?” I tugged her arm, and she allowed herself to be led toward the library but continued to stare at me in shock.

“I have a higher than average IQ, and so does my brother. Please don’t tell anyone,” I begged. “I want people to get to know me for me and not make assumptions based on something as insignificant as a number.” The new me I was hoping to become here at Halifax, was slipping out of my reach. My insecurities slammed into me. I heard the taunts of every person I’d ever gone to school with. It was supposed to be cool to be a nerd. I was never the right kind of nerd.

We arrived at Jackson Library and to my relief Finia agreed to keep my secret.

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Gina Rosenbaum stood on the steps next to one of the large Greek style pillars that edged the large, double glass doors of Jackson’s East Entrance. She held her English book and a spiral notebook with one hand and with the other pushed up her wire-framed glasses that had slid down the bridge of her nose. She was petite with straight auburn hair that she kept held back in intricate ponytails.

She smiled as we approached. Her gaze darted to Finia and her smile wavered. The library was all but empty. The only other person we saw was the bored student worker manning the circulation desk. She waved us on without glancing up from her book to check our student IDs.

Gina and I spread our stuff across the small, rectangular table and sat down in the hard, plastic chairs to begin comparing notes. Finia grabbed the last chair and dragged it to a corner. She popped in black ear buds and concentrated on the screen of her cell. The light flickered off her face in shades of lime green, rose, and cerulean.

I pulled my copy of A Modest Proposal by Johnathan Swift, pen, paper, and a highlighter toward me. “I thought this story was creepy on so many levels,” I said. “For someone to suggest fattening up the babies of the poor to feed to the rich is disgusting.”

Gina giggled in her quiet way. I had discovered in class that Gina never sounded like she talked in anything much over a sigh. “And somehow that was supposed to save Ireland’s economy,” she added with a disapproving shake of her head.

“So we agree. Swift was a sick, twisted man.” I pretended to check the statement off an imaginary list. “I’m grateful he lived in the 1700s and not now.” I smiled up at her. Five minutes in and so far, so good. Kyle would assume it was all thanks to his stellar advice.

“Can you imagine the amount of money the orphanages would have made off babies?” Gina’s eyes were as round as baseballs. I thought they were going to pop right out of her head as she talked. “They only had to keep kids a year. They could hand down clothes from kid to kid. Babies don’t eat that much, so the cost of food would have gone down. You can fit multiple kids in cribs. They would have had more space for more kids. It would have been a gold mine.”

“That doesn’t sound too different than some foster homes today.” I said it more to myself than to her.

“No kidding,” she said. It was whispered so low that I almost didn’t catch it. Could it be that Gina had been in a foster home? What were the odds? Had I possibly found a kindred spirit?

“That sounded like experience talking,” I said. I stared down at the pages of my story too afraid to look at her. I shredded pieces of paper out of the spiral of my notebook into white confetti. The past had taught me people treated you different when they knew you came from a foster home. If she hadn’t been, I didn’t want to see the contempt in her eyes when she realized I had.

“Until I was eight,” she whispered. “I got lucky. My parents had tried for years to have a baby and never could. I’m the only one they ever took in. But I still remember what it was like.” I looked up from the mess I had made and found her watching me. “Were you?” she asked. I nodded. “From birth?” I shook my head. She nodded and I looked back down. I would not cry. “I don’t know which is worse,” she said, “never knowing your parents or getting to know them for a little while only to have them taken from you.”

I cleared my throat. “So…let the rich find their own way to get food other than going all Sweeney Todd on them?”

She bent her head over her papers and shuffled through until she found the one she was looking for. “Here’s a list of other satirical authors around the same time period.”

(Approx: 400 words to end)

After an hour and a half the words on the page blurred together. A knock signaled five minutes until the library closed for the night.

“Do you want to meet again tomorrow night and go over this stuff in a little more detail?” I asked. I stacked my books and notebooks and gathered up the pens and highlighters.

“Sounds great,” she said. “I don’t think I have anything going on tomorrow.”

“Let me give you my number, and if something comes up just call or text.” I scribbled my phone number on a scratch piece of paper. I tapped Finia on the knee. She pulled her earbuds out and stuffed them into her back pocket. She followed Gina and me out of the study room. We said our goodbyes on the steps and headed on opposite paths home. The football game had ended while we studied, and the streets and sidewalks were packed with cars and people in every direction. Gina was lost in the crowd within seconds. Shouts and honking horns could be heard all over campus as we walked.

“I could go my entire life and be completely happy never going anywhere near that football field,” Finia said.

“You have strong feelings on the subject, don’t you?” I said.

“Hate. It’s called hate,” she said. “Maybe one day I’ll tell you about it.”

I laughed at her serious expression. “I don’t know. I wouldn’t mind going to a game or two. I’ve never been to one before. It could be fun.”

She snorted. “I’ve been to more than I care to count. You’re not missing anything.”

We arrived back at our room. I fell asleep to the glow of Finia’s computer and the clack of her nails typing on some website devoted to the vampire Lestat.

I awakened the next morning to Finia shaking my shoulder. Her eyes showed too much white and not enough black. Her voice was panicked. “Deanna, wake up! Wake up!”

“What’s wrong?” I mumbled as my sluggish brain tried to catch up. I reached blindly for my alarm clock and stared bleary eyed at the numbers displayed. The sun drifting through the window confirmed it was morning.

“You’re never going to believe this, but the police were called to the football field by a groundskeeper early this morning. They found a body. They think it's Gina!”

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https://plus.google.com/115047860486561985757 Long Lake Camp For The Arts : Just uploaded Session 1 -Sweeney Todd show pictures in the 2014 Gallery! http://www.longlakecamp.com...
Just uploaded Session 1 -Sweeney Todd show pictures in the 2014 Gallery! http://www.longlakecamp.com/
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https://plus.google.com/106511926907491013261 Breaking Boston News : After 2 hours and 45 minutes of attending the tale of "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street...
After 2 hours and 45 minutes of attending the tale of "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street," skin pale and eye odd, I was left wanting for a lot more blood. Continue reading →
HAUNTING MELODIES AND CHILLING DELIVERY BOLSTER ‘SWEENEY TODD’

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https://plus.google.com/112311089678305845040 Michelle Knudsen : Evil Librarian Blog Tour Day 4! Come visit me today over at Green Bean Teen Queen , where I talk about...
Evil Librarian Blog Tour Day 4!
Come visit me today over at Green Bean Teen Queen , where I talk about some of my favorite musical theater songs (because there's a musical theater/ Sweeney Todd subplot in the book, and also because musical theater = awesome). Also, don't forget that the E...
Michelle Knudsen: Evil Librarian Blog Tour Day 4!
Come visit me today over at Green Bean Teen Queen, where I talk about some of my favorite musical theater songs (because there's a musical theater/Sweeney Todd subplot in the book, and also because musical theater = awesome). Also, don't forget that the Evil Librarian official launch party is ...
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https://plus.google.com/113826432686267627871 Neil Cheesman : Imelda Staunton is to star as Mama Rose in Gypsy at the Chichester Festival Theatre Reuniting her with...
Imelda Staunton is to star as Mama Rose in Gypsy at the Chichester Festival Theatre
Reuniting her with the team that was behind the award-winning Sweeney Todd, including director Jonathan Kent.

Lewis star Kevin Whately and Lara Pulver will also star in Gypsy, the Stephen Sondheim musical, which opens in October.
Imelda Staunton to star in Gypsy at Chichester Festival Theatre
Imelda Staunton to star in Gypsy at Chichester Festival Theatre.
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https://plus.google.com/116700935142584346078 Louisa Tuck : Why Sweeney Todd is one of my focus films I chose Sweeney Todd as one of my focus films because it is...
Why Sweeney Todd is one of my focus films
I chose Sweeney Todd as one of my focus films because it is a musical and the way Burton has directed the songs means he can be more obvious with how the characters are feeling and what they are feeling towards eachother. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a72...
Why Sweeney Todd is one of my focus films
I chose Sweeney Todd as one of my focus films because it is a musical and the way Burton has directed the songs means he can be more obvious with how the characters are feeling and what they are feeling towards eachother. htt...
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D put this on ur page if u would jump in front of a bullet to save a friend.


You say prep
I say GOTH
You say Twilight
I say HARRY POTTER
You say pink and white
I say PURPLE AND BLACK
You say High School Musical
I say SWEENEY TODD
You say we don't need directors
I say that we need TIM BURTON
You say Miley Cyrus
I say HELENA BONHAM CARTER
You say Robert Pattinson
I say JOHNNY DEPP
You say Niley
I say TILENA
You say I'm weird
I say WHY SO SERIOUS?

True Johnny Depp Fans :
1)Know he is an Amazing Actor
2)Love more things about him than just his looks.
3)Know that he has been in more movies than just POTC and Sweeney Todd
4)Love all (or most) of his movies
5)Own at least 10 of his movies
6)Pause and listen when they hear people talking about him
7)Think about him everyday
8)Sometime during the day relate him to a normal everyday conversation
9)Love all his different styles
10)Would love to meet him
11)Love the way he laughs and giggles
12)Love his voice and smile =)
13)Love the fact he is so unique
14)Think of him every time they hear the word pirate
15)Get angry or annoyed when people dis him
16)Think hes a great singer in Sweeney Todd
17)Get excited when he is mentioned
18)Are happy he has a lovely family
19)Just love him the way he is =)
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https://plus.google.com/105888991289140927635 Robert Heikkila : PBS Fall Arts Festival The 2014 PBS Arts Fall Festival is an 11-week series hosted by Emmy and Tony ...
PBS Fall Arts Festival
The 2014 PBS Arts Fall Festival is an 11-week series hosted by Emmy
and Tony Award-winning actress and accomplished singer Kristin
Chenoweth. This year’s Festival includes: Live From Lincoln Center’s
40th anniversary season featuring “‘ Sweeney Todd: The...
PBS Fall Arts Festival
The 2014 PBS Arts Fall Festival is an 11-week series hosted by Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and accomplished singer Kristin Chenoweth. This year’s Festival includes: Live From Lincoln Center’s 40th anniversary season f...
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https://plus.google.com/108904317282203364293 Richland Source : Sweeney Todd's second weekend is up on us. Have you tried local theatre? You might like it: http://ow.ly...
Sweeney Todd's second weekend is up on us. Have you tried local theatre? You might like it: http://ow.ly/Bn53w #rstoday
'Sweeney Todd' slices his way into Mansfield this weekend
Johnny Depp and Tim Burton brought the story of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street to the big screen in 2007, and now a team of local thespians will present the story of “Sweeney Todd” at the Mansfield Playhouse beginning on Friday.
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