#55 CHARLES STROUSE- Composer, Pt. 2

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The sun will come out today because the Tony Award winning composer of Bye Bye Birdie, Applause, Annie, and countless others, Charles Strouse is back to discuss his life after being anointed Broadway’s Golden Boy (pun, intended)

 

Charles pulls back the curtain on his career, including how a Depression Era comic strip defined his career, what was it like to compose for a non-singing heroine, and why “Those Were The Days” really weren’t!

 

Also, Charles shines the spotlight on Arthur Laurents, Lauren Bacall, and Norman Lear!

 

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