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George Furth

You're in good 'Company' at Silhouette Stages

You're in good 'Company' at Silhouette Stages

Stephen Sondheim's Broadway musical "Company" has a title that refers to the companionship provided by the main character's friends, but it also essentially refers to the acting company that's called upon to do so much singing, dancing and acting.

In that respect, it plays to advantage that two of the couples in the enjoyable Silhouette Stages production at Slayton House Theatre are played by real-life married couples. The banter flowing on stage may have been rehearsed across their kitchen tables.

This is a definite advantage in a show that's fixated on the relationships that bind a group of thirtysomething New Yorkers. That's why the main character, Robert (Ryan...