Jean-Ralphio Saperstein (inflixion) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,
Jean-Ralphio Saperstein

New York Philharmonic's 'Company'

In Good Company
The first of four staged concert performances of the 1970 Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical Company kicked off at NYC's Avery Fisher Hall Apr. 8. Pictured (from left): Christina Hendricks, Craig Bierko, Jill Paice, Jon Cryer, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Jim Walton, Neil Patrick Harris, Patti LuPone, Stephen Colbert, Martha Plimpton, Aaron Lazar, Katie Finneran, Anika Noni Rose, Chryssie Whitehead

Marital Mayhem
Martha Plimpton and Stephen Colbert play Sarah and Harry, married pals of Bobby (Neil Patrick Harris).

Power Girls
Anika Noni Rose, Christina Hendricks, and Chryssie Whitehead shine as the three girlfriends of the production's commitment-phobic protagonist Bobby (Neil Patrick Harris).

Side by Side
(Top row) Craig Bierko, Jill Paice, (middle row, from left) Christina Hendricks, Anika Noni Rose, Chryssie Whitehead, Jim Walton, Martha Plimpton, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Jon Cryer, (bottom row, from left) Stephen Colbert, Patti LuPone, Neil Patrick Harris, Katie Finneran, Aaron Lazar.

Patti LuPone, who plays Joanne (Bobby's older friend who hits on him), won raves for her drunken diatribe, “The Ladies Who Lunch.”

Three's Comapny
In his review, THR's David Rooney says "Plimpton and Colbert make an inspired comedy team; their depiction of marriage as a no-holds-barred contact sport is hilarious."

Mad About You
As a bubbly fight attendant who falls for Bobby (Neil Patrick Harris), Christina Hendricks "has a lovely stage presence and delicious timing," THR's David Rooney says in his review. "Playing dumb with dignity, she gives Bobby’s self-deprecating girlfriend an airy sweetness that recalls Marilyn Monroe."

"Have I Got a Girl for You!"
In one scene, Neil Patrick Harris' character Bobby huddled with his friends - (l. to r.) Jon Cryer, Aaron Lazar, Craig Bierko, Jim Walton and Stephen Colbert - as they tried to find him a romantic match.

I love Martha

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Tags: actor / actress, broadway / theatre, mad men (amc), neil patrick harris, stephen colbert / the colbert report
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