THE SCREENING ROOM: Remembering Marvin Hamlisch (Video)
By Playbill Staff
Tony and Oscar-winning composer Marvin Hamlisch, whose numerous compositions included A Chorus Line, They're Playing Our Song, "The Way We Were," and more, died Aug. 6 at the age of 68.
The prolific composer and conductor left behind a legacy of music that became popular on the Broadway stage and the pop charts. Playbill.com has compiled some highlights from Hamlisch's career.
Barbra Streisand - "The Way We Were."
The alternate version of "The Way We Were," which Barbra calls "The Way We Weren't." Audio only.
Robert Klein and Lucie Arnaz perform They're Playing Our Song at the Tony Awards.
The cast of the Broadway revival of A Chorus Line performs on the Tony Awards.
Original cast members from A Chorus Line perform on "The Donahue Show." Here's "At the Ballet."
Priscilla Lopez sings "What I Did for Love" on "The Donahue Show."
Martin Short and Bernadette Peters perform The Goodbye Girl on the Tony Awards.
Shirley Bassey performs "What I Did for Love."
Kerry Butler sings "Disneyland" from Smile.
Brian D'Arcy James performs "At the Fountain" from Sweet Smell of Success.
Hamlisch accompanies Liza Minnelli and Bing Crosby on "The Way We Were."
Hamlisch and Carly Simon perform together with the hit "Nobody Does It Better."
The original cast of A Chorus Line performs "One."
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