Off-Broadway's Keen Company ventures into new territory with its "revisal" of Marry Me a Little, the 1981 conceptual revue of Stephen Sondheim songs that were cut from other productions. The troupe's first musical features Jason Tam and Lauren Molina as neighbors living a floor apart — unbeknownst to each other, both are aching for human connection on a lonely Saturday night. The production, set in "hipster" Brooklyn, offers cult favorites — including "Saturday Night" and "If You Can Find Me, I'm Here" — from Sondheim's catalogue. Also expect two numbers new to this property: "Rainbows," from an unproduced Into the Woods film (replacing "Two Fairy Tales") and "Yoo-Hoo!" cut from Sunday In the Park With George (replacing "Pour La Sport"). For more about this unique revival directed by Jonathan Silverstein, click here.
 
 
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