I will be writing about this at greater length tomorrow, but word is that Stephen Sondheim has made significant cuts to “Into the Woods” as part of the process of adapting it for Disney. This leads us to our question of the day: Are there works that you would prefer never be adapted for another medium because of what would be lost in the process? If so, which ones, and why?


Actress Meryl Streep, who is starring in the new adaptation of “Into the Woods.” (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

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Alyssa Rosenberg blogs about pop culture for The Washington Post's Opinions section.