Culture (and TV) The Missing Part of 'Company' by Alex Balk April 13, 2011 Why does Stephen Sondheim’s Company always seem like it’s missing something? Hint: It has to do with evolving concepts of sexuality.# facebook twitter google+ pinterest email The "quiet" one. Read more by Alex Balk on The Awl Brother John Is Gone"A semi-ironic acknowledgement of a confused desire to shag the leader of the opposition"More Excuses For Internet TerriblenessThe Town Too Hip For MethSan Fermin, "Jackrabbit" Stephen Sondheim the fault in our cars Uber Dreams Tell Us More The Twitter Background Danger Zone Culture (and TV) Soviet, "Overrated" Sure Will The Internet Just Fix Itself? listicles with little commentary Episodes of Eating Children in Ancient Greece, Ranked in Order of Unreasonableness The Concessionist Should Straight White Men Be Ashamed of Themselves? oscar isaac worship The Dudes in the Machine Culture (and TV) Total Babes, "Blurred Time"