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|Named Person:||Alan Jay Lerner; Alan Jay Lerner; Frederick Loewe; Frederick Loewe; Frederick Loewe|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William O Harbach; Stone Widney; Sydney Gruson; Kitty Carlisle; John Cullum; Len Cariou; Sidney Kingsley; Herman Levin; Rex Harrison; Arthur M Schlesinger, Jr.; Richard Kiley; Leonard Bernstein; Julie Andrews; Meg Bussert; Martin Vidnovic; John Michael King; Gordon Ramsey; Howard Ross; Peter Howard; Jeff Hodges; Betty L Corwin; New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Billy Rose Theatre Division, Theatre on Film and Tape Archive.
|Notes:||Copy of program available.
Tributes by Frederick Loewe and Robert Goulet, who could not attend the memorial, are read by Kitty Carlisle and Julie Andrews, respectively. Rex Harrison's tribute was filmed in England and shown on a video monitor at the event.
|Cast:||Speakers: Sydney Gruson, Kitty Carlisle Hart, John Cullum, Len Cariou, Sidney Kingsley, Herman Levin, Rex Harrison (on film), Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Richard Kiley, Leonard Bernstein, Julie Andrews.
Performers: John Cullum, Meg Bussert, Martin Vidnovic, John Michael King, Gordon Ramsey, Howard Ross, Richard Kiley, Julie Andrews.
Pianist: Peter Howard.
|Event notes:||Videotaped by The New York Public Library's Theatre on Film and Tape Archive at the Shubert Theatre, New York, N.Y., July 10, 1986.|
|Description:||2 videocassettes (U-matic) (74 min.) : sd., col. NTSC ; 3/4 in.|
|Responsibility:||Production organized by Bill Harbach and Stone Widney ; [video director] Jeff Hodges ; [video producer] Theatre on Film and Tape Archive, Betty L. Corwin, director.|
- Lerner, Alan Jay, -- 1918-1986.
- Lerner, Alan Jay, -- 1918-1986 -- Friends and associates.
- Loewe, Frederick, -- 1901-1988 -- Friends and associates.
- Loewe, Frederick, -- 1901-1988. -- My fair lady.
- Loewe, Frederick, -- 1901-1988. -- Camelot.
- Lyricists -- United States -- 20th century.
- Librettists -- United States -- 20th century.
- Musical theater -- New York (State) -- New York.