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Dec 07, 2005


Elisa Camahort

If you've never seen/heard Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods" you might enjoy the lyrics from one of its most memorable songs, "No One is Alone."

Key Excerpt:

"Sometimes people leave you.
Halfway through the wood.
Others may decieve you.
You decide whats good.
You decide alone.
But no one is alone."


"You move just a finger,
Say the slightest word,
Somethings bound to linger
Be heard
No acts alone.
No one is alone."


"Someone is on your side
Someone else is not
While we're seeing our side
Maybe we forgot: they are not alone.
No one is alone."

Thee's a wonderful production of this show going on at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto right now. It deals with our interconnectedness and consequences and good and evil. Big themes. But done in a wonderfully creative way.

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