Christine Baranski Saw Stephen Sondheim In A Dream. He Was Working At The Bank.

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Published on January 20, 2022

In part two of her interview, the amazing Christine Baranski pays tribute to her late friend Stephen Sondheim and talks about sharing her “actor’s dream” with him during one of their final conversations before he passed. Stick around for part three of our chat with the star of “The Gilded Age,” which premieres on HBO and HBO Max on January 24th. #Colbert #TheGildedAge #ChristineBaranski

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18 comments

  • Marmee Cruz 1 year ago

    I love Christine; she’s so elegant, classy!

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  • Joanie S 1 year ago

    What a beautiful interpretation of her dream… and to think Stephen was both in the dream and gave her that most insightful interpretation. What a gift!

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  • Ryan Tolentino 1 year ago

    she still sound like in the Big Bang Theory

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  • aishatu west 1 year ago

    I love this woman 👠😍

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  • John Lee Francis 1 year ago

    Best dream ever ! I’ve loved YOU forever Christine ! Your dance number on the beach in Mama Mia was the best ever ! Thank you & God bless ✌️

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  • Rolyat Neek 1 year ago

    For those scrolling through the comments while Christine goes on about her dream: hang in there, it’s worth it. Especially the end.

    But not really. Kinda meh.

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  • Xooc Boots 1 year ago

    She’s good.

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  • Rachel Rexxx 1 year ago

    Yes, hello, I’m here. Glad to see we’ve all met.

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  • Mars2000 1 year ago

    A class act.. A wonderful lady

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  • Jon Blondell 1 year ago

    Ms. Baranski has had such a varied and stellar career, but she Still hasn’t reached her peak!

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  • Jon Blondell 1 year ago

    Mr. Sondheim absolutely Nailed his explanation to Ms. Baranski.

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  • Chris 1 year ago

    I’ve interpreted dreams for decades now, mainly for myself but with a great interest of symbols and archetypes – and Steven Sondheim’s interpretation of her dream was spot on.
    Wonderful to see interpretations past on like that,.. 🙏

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  • Robin Hahn 1 year ago

    If I was facing my own nuclear destruction but had the opportunity before I went to tell Stephen Sondheim how much his work has meant to me and shaped me as a performer and as a person, I’d do it, too ✨

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  • Colin Withers 1 year ago

    ” You’re Keith Kincade, and you’ve come down from Wyoming with your damned UFOs, bastard, Bastard, BASTARD!!!”

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  • My Lucid Life 1 year ago

    As a lifelong lucid dreamer, I can say that these are work dreams. They aren’t really just with actors or musicians. The details may be similar for both, but they are work dreams, just like many people that work have. Dreams can give some good insight on what your mind is doing. It would be interesting to know when she had this dream and what the circumstances were when she had this dream.

    And, when you get something happens that excites you, or in other ways makes you “think”, you will wake up. Too much consciousness will result in the dream ending.

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  • Hailstormand 1 year ago

    “… but I see Pierce Brosnan, and I thought ‘oh, I must be in a musical.'”

    I made the same gesture Colbert did.

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  • LegacyFTW 1 year ago

    It was a long walk, but the view was worth it 👌

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  • Zippy Thekid 1 year ago

    Love her grace

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