Posts tagged musical comedy
Always A Goodbye

That I had to use a calculator to figure out how long ago Howard died is surely testament to my lack of basic computational skills. It is also testament to the power of time. I go from, “it was just yesterday” to “it was so very long ago” a few times a day over matters as pedestrian as buying milk and as singular as personal loss.

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In 1982, the 92nd Street Y hosted an interview with a few theater luminaries. They’re all talented, relatively new guys on the block, with relatively recent hits.  People like Maury Yeston (Nine) and Jimmy Kirkwood (A Chorus Line) and Howard Ashman.  With a poster of Little Shop behind his head, Howard looks intense and solemn and maybe a little uncomfortable.

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