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James Lapine

Date: May 02, 2002


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On May 2nd, 2002, soon after the much anticipated opening of the Broadway revival of Into the Woods, his Tony award-winning collaboration with Stephen Sondheim, James Lapine sat down with friend and frequent collaborator, Ira Weitzman for a One-on-One conversation. Together they discussed Mr. Lapine's early years in the theatre, the genesis of his work with such musical luminaries as Sondheim and William Finn, and his experiences as both an award-winning director and writer.