To celebrate Stephen Sondheim’s 90th birthday, we’re pulling out all the stops in the March 15 issue of Arts & Leisure. Jesse Green, one of our co-chief theater critics, makes the case for him as “an artist to place in the line of America’s foundational 20th-century playwrights.” Ben Brantley, our other co-chief theater critic, wrote, “when it comes to emotions, Sondheim — more than any other composer from the Broadway songbook — is the one I trust to tell me the truth.”
We want to know: What’s your favorite Stephen Sondheim song and why?
In interviews with his more famous admirers, Audra McDonald picked “Move On” from “Sunday in the Park With George,” Julie Andrews chose “Getting Married Today” from “Company,” and Michael Chabon went with “Chrysanthemum Tea” from “Pacific Overtures.”
Share your favorite Sondheim song via the form below, and include contact information so The Times can follow up with you. We may publish a selection of the responses.