Laurents

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Campbell Of Craignish - Barons Craignish and Von Laurents
... he was allowed the title 'Baron Campbell von Laurents' ... Baroness Campbell von Laurents published a book in 1913 called 'My Motor Milestones How to Tour in a Car', and was a member of the Italian Greyhound Club ... of Craignish Captain Ronald Macleay Lorentz Campbell, 2nd Baron (Campbell von Laurents) Ronald Campbell, 3rd Baron (Campbell von Laurents) Sarah Elizabeth Campbell ...
Arthur Laurents
... Arthur Laurents (July 14, 1917 – May 5, 2011) was an American playwright, stage director and screenwriter ... Army during World War II, Laurents turned to writing for Broadway, producing a body of work that includes West Side Story (1957), Gypsy (1959 ...
Hallelujah, Baby! - Laurents' Recollections
... Arthur Laurents felt that "the original production was too soft in its take on black social progress during the first six decades or so of the twentieth century ... and bubbly Leslie Uggams." In the 2004 production, Laurents attempted "to add levels of darker intensity.. ... in the way of depth or insight." According to Laurents, after Lena Horne declined to do the show, "What we should have done is abandon the show.. ...
Arthur Laurents - Blacklist
... Because of a casual remark made by Russel Crouse, Laurents was called to Washington, D.C ... in subversive activities from obtaining a passport, was passed in 1950, Laurents and Granger immediately applied for and received passports and departed for Paris with ... Laurents and Granger remained abroad, traveling throughout Europe and northern Africa, for about 18 months ...
Do I Hear A Waltz? - Background
... Laurents originally conceived the production as a small chamber musical with music by Richard Rodgers, lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein, and Mary Martin in the lead role of spinster Leona Samish ... however, Hammerstein had died, and Stephen Sondheim was asked by Laurents and Mary Rodgers, Richard Rodgers' daughter, to write the lyrics ... Franco Zeffirelli was the first choice for director, and he met with Laurents, Sondheim, and Rodgers, who fell asleep during their discussion ...

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    Psychoanalysts and elephants—they never forget.
    —Arthur Laurents (b. 1918)