Into the Woods1991
Into the Woods (1991)
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as The Witch
as Baker's Wife
as Narrator/Mysterious Man
as Red Riding Hood, Little Red Riding Hood
as Jack's Mother
as Grandmother/Cinderella's Mother
as Rapunzel's Prince
as Sleeping Beauty
as Jack's Mother
as Wolf/Cinderella's Prince
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Audience Reviews for Into the Woods
This is an adult version of fairy tales with music and comedy. I really liked it, but I saw it a long time ago, and would like to see it again.
Maybe not the best music(some of it is very good) but the story is quite interesting.
"Stay a child while you can be a child" A Baker and his Wife have been cursed with a childless marriage by the spiteful Witch next door, who promises only to lift the curse if they journey into the woods to collect four items for her: Jack's white cow, Little Red Riding Hood's cape, Rapunzel's yellow hair and Cinderella's golden slipper... This is an excellent filmed performance of Stephen Sondheim's brilliant musical fairy tale. Because events take a very dark turn in the Second Act, I wouldn't recommend this for small children, unless you're one of those parents who enjoys fielding questions about death, mutilation, adultery and human sacrifice; it's better suited to adults who refuse to grow up. Some of the songs are gorgeous, especially Stay with Me, sung by Bernadette Peters' Witch to her adopted daughter Rapunzel, and No One Is Alone, sung by Cinderella and the Baker to a recently bereaved Little Red Riding Hood and Jack. The most amusing number, and the one that most readily gets stuck in my head, is Agony, in which two Princes Charming argue over whose insurmountable quest for love is the most difficult to bear. I loved every minute of this!
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