PHOTO CALL: Peters and Tunick Celebrate Rodgers' Life June 28

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2002, the centennial of legendary theatre composer Richard Rodgers' birth, is going to be a big one for the man who created the music to Oklahoma!, South Pacific, The King and I, Carousel,The Sound of Music, with Oklahoma! returning to Broadway and a national tour of South Pacific launching. Bernadette Peters, who sang the Rodgers song "What's the Use of Wond'rin'?" for the crowd at Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theatre and orchestrator Jonathan Tunick were on hand to mark Rodgers' 99th birthday June 28. With them is Angel Records senior vice president and general manager Gilber Hethwerwick.