"...there is no doubt [Sondheim Unplugged] will continue for a long time to come. It’s a great value for lovers of Stephen Sondheim and Broadway show tunes."
"Armed with a basket of props, [Pamela Winslow] Kashani sang and acted seventeen parts, with a little bit of help from willing audience member, Mandy Patinkin. This comic tourlette de force had everyone in the house ready to present Kashani with an award."
"Sondheim Unplugged consistently delivers Sondheim and, in its ninth season, continues to roll along with all the theatrical glitz that the songwriter conjured up as he enigmatically took American musical theater to new heights."
"Resonant history and contemporary performance meshed into a delightful present tense experience."
"[Bond] skillfully interweaves the classic hits of Sondheim’s signature successes with his earlier works which either foreshadow or explicitly confirm his future as an American musical icon."
"As a venue, this virtual experience turns out to be a wonderful opportunity to see in solo performance the individual talent that fuels Broadway’s electrifying irresistibility. You’d be hard pressed to call out a favorite performer from the evening."
"...a dynamic lesson in how a song can find a new sort of energy when brought into an intimate venue..."
"With this showing, Sondheim Unplugged celebrated its 70th edition. If Bond continues with this caliber of talent and finesse, he has another 70 or so editions left to squeeze every last drop out of this creative grapevine."