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Show Business: THE ROAD

Hie facet Arthurus Rex quondam Rex que futurus. So read the inscription on King Arthur's tombstone, according to Sir Thomas Malory. The King would, at some...

Broadway: Someone Picked a Dilly

Some people mumbled "Gilbert and Sullivan" two years ago when Alan Jay Lerner and Richard Rodgers announced that they were forming a new partnership. But if new...

Theater: Still Loverly

MY FAIR LADY Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner Music by Frederick Loewe More than 25 years have passed since she first walked onto a stage. After all that...

Show Business: The Very Expensive Coco

THAT bit of advertising copy took up less than one-eighth of a page in the Sunday New York Times. But by 7:30 Monday morning, people were falling into line for...

Milestones, Dec. 23, 1974

Divorced. Alan Jay Lerner, 56, Broadway lyricist-laureate (My Fair Lady, Camelot); By Karen Gundersen Lerner, 39, former Newsweek reporter who met him during a...

A letter from the Publisher

IN his sprawling garden suite at Boston's Ritz-Carlton Hotel one evening last week, Composer Fritz Loewe rippled at the piano while a companion paced and...

Show Business: Profit Without Honor

It was perfectly all right for me to imagine a twelve-year-old Lolita. She only existed in my head. But to make a real twelve-year-old girl play such a part...

Cinema: Desert Song

THE LITTLE PRINCE Directed by STANLEY DONEN Screenplay by ALAN JAY LERNER This is a lithe, joyful, poignant musical and not just for kids. The presence of...

Milestones: Oct. 1, 1965

Divorced. Alan Jay Lerner, 47, Broadway lyricist (Camelot, the upcoming On a Clear Day You Can See Forever); by Micheline Lerner, 37, his fourth wife; on...

Theater: All Work and No Play

Coco is more of a bore than a bomb. Opening night was like a disastrous party. Everyone who was anyone was there, primed for some kind of theatrical night of...

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