"Richard Jones is a wild man," said theater composer Stephen Sondheim in a discussion of different stage directors. He continued: "...The set was a room with seven doors and the woods on the wallpaper. In the second act, he used a giant eye and finger for the giant. It was truly wonderful and surreal." Richard Jones was involved in a revival of The Music Man in the '90s but he is not the same Jones who produced the original Broadway production of that show 40 years earlier. For one thing, the director is British.
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