Len Cariou

Saturday, February 02, 1980

Lloyd Moss talks to actor Len Cariou about his life and career. He talks about his mother's side of the family being musical and artistic. He talks about his work as a director. He talks about the differences in working in the United States and in Canada. He talks about his work on Sweeney Todd and working with Stephen Sondheim. They discuss the future of the American musical. Mr. Cariou talks about going to the opera and discusses the musical selections he chose.

WNYC archives id: 68167


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