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The versatile actor who appeared often on Broadway got his TV start with Tom Hanks in “Bosom Buddies.”
In a long career in jazz, on Broadway and on television, he won Tony and Emmy awards.
He joined with Maury Yeston to write the Tony-winning musical “Nine” and what is known as “the other ‘Phantom.’ ”
He was nominated for an Oscar in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” but was better known for his roles in offbeat comedies and sitcoms.
She starred in classic Broadway musicals and received three Tony nominations.
She starred on Broadway in “Chicago” and won a Tony Award for choreography.
Geoffrey Palmer, a British character actor with jowly cheeks and a hangdog expression who was best known to American audiences for starring opposite Judi Dench in the long-running sitcom “…
Philip Rose, a groundbreaking theatrical producer who expanded the artistic and social horizons of the Broadway stage with his 1959 production of “A Raisin in the Sun,” died May 31 at a …