PHOTO RECALL: Broadway Celebrates the Lives of Coleman and Ebb

News   PHOTO RECALL: Broadway Celebrates the Lives of Coleman and Ebb Two of Broadway's greatest and most prolific contributors to musical theatre passed within weeks of each other this year.

Legend Cy Coleman, composer of Sweet Charity, Little Me, The Life, The Will Rogers Follies, City of Angels, Barnum and other shows died on Nov. 18 at age 75. Fred Ebb, one half of the multiple award winning duo Kander and Ebb whom together wrote Cabaret, Chicago, Flora the Red Menace, Kiss of the Spider Woman and others, died Sept. 11 at age 71. Both men left unfinished projects that various collaborators have promised to complete and present to the eager open-arms of musicals lovers the world over. View next photo

Cy Coleman (left) and Fred Ebb
Cy Coleman (left) and Fred Ebb Photo by Aubrey Reuben