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Prince, Sweeney Todd And Iceland discussed on All Things Considered

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10 months ago
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The legendary Broadway director and producer help prince has died he won a record twenty one Tony awards and his productions of musicals are classics include fiddler on the roof cabaret the phantom of the opera and Sweeney Todd among many others prince died in Iceland at age ninety one Jeff London has this appreciation how prince was always looking for wood to the next show regardless of how the last one turned out in nineteen sixty five composer John Kander was working on a show that prints produced called flora the red menace and it was in not going well the show was not a success and we met at house apartment and started working on a piece which eventually became cabaret