Alan Jay Lerner

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Noun1.Alan Jay Lerner - United States lyricist who collaborated on musicals with Frederick Loewe (1918-1986)
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My Fair Lady They could have danced all night when this glorious musical, by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, arrived on Broadway in 1956.
My Fair Lady," written by Alan Jay Lerner, will be directed by Josie Reid.
Every night except Monday at the Neil Simon Theatre, Vanessa gets to sing Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe's songs and wear Catherine Zuber's elegant Belle Epoque Paris costumes in Gigi, adapted by Heidi Thomas and directed by Eric Schaeffer.
Toppall/Riki Kane Larimer/ Pat Hicker Addiss, Marsi & Eric Gardiner/Maggie Gold Seelig & Jonathan Seelig presentation of a musical in two acts with book & lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe, adapted by Heidi Thomas from the novel BY Colette.
Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, it had its Broadway debut in 1956, which was a tremendous hit.
With lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe, the musical was a huge success, to the point that it was made into a film starring Gene Kelly in 1954.
Lyricist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe, who met in The Lambs Club in New York during World War II, wrote some of the most well-loved musicals of the 20th century, from their first joint composition, 1947 show Brigadoon, later turned into a film starring Gene Kelly, to the 1974 musical film The Little Prince.
Alan Jay Lerner, responsible for Book and Lyrics, seemed to specialise in dominated women - after all, Gigi was to follow, and perhaps there is something of him in Professor Henry Higgins, who turns Eliza into a swan.
Larry King, conductor de TV; (3) Alan Jay Lerner, dramaturgo; Mickey Rooney, actor; Artie Shaw, musico; Elizabeth Taylor, actriz.
And, to paraphrase Alan Jay Lerner, if it wasn't joy galore, mass retailing's performance was nothing to be ashamed of.
A The Oscar-nominated song was written by Alan Jay Lerner and Burton Lane for the 1951 movie Wedding Bells when it was sung by Jane Powell.
It was this story that inspired Hollywood composers Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe to write the musical Brigadoon but, in 1947, a movie set in Germany was a no-no, so they relocated it to the Scottish Highlands.