NEW YORK — Some of Broadway’s best gathered in Times Square on Sunday to pay a very fitting tribute to one of the greats of musical theater.
Performers including Lin-Manuel Miranda, Laura Benanti and Josh Groban packed Father Duffy Square to honor Stephen Sondheim, who .
The legendary lyricist and composer, whose works included “West Side Story,” “Sweeney Todd” and “Into the Woods,” was influential to generations of artists.
On this Sunday… on an island… reading the words of the late great …
— Frank DiLella (@fdilella)
The event’s attendees sang a rendition of “Sunday” from Sondheim’s classic musical “Sunday in the Park with George.”
“No matter what
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