THE SCREENING ROOM: Celebrating Titanic; Laura Osnes, Antonio Banderas, Brian d'Arcy James and More Sing Work of Maury Yeston (Video)

Titanic, the Tony Award-winning Best Musical featuring a score by Maury Yeston, played its final Broadway performance March 28, 1999. Here, we look at the work of Yeston, including clips from Titanic, Nine and more.

Yeston won the Tony Award in 1982 for the Best Original Score of Nine and again in 1997 for the Best Original Score of Titanic. He was also Tony-nominated for Grand Hotel. He penned the music for Off-Broadway's Death Takes a Holiday as well as the song cycle December Songs.

Titanic was recently staged at Avery Fisher Hall, reuniting much of the original Broadway cast. A revival of the lavishly scored musical will return to New York this fall. 

Visit Yeston's page at the Playbill Vault.


A preview of the Titanic reunion concert at Avery Fisher Hall.


Highlights from Titanic:

The cast of Titanic performs at the Tony Awards:

The cast of Titanic performs on "The Rosie O'Donnell Show":

Brian d'Arcy James and Martin Moran perform "The Night Was Alive":

Highlights from Death Takes a Holiday:

Yeston talks Nine:

Kathi Moss and the cast of Nine perform "Be Italian":

Antonio Banderas and the cast of Nine perform at the Tony Awards:

Yeston sings "Nine" on "Theater Talk":

Karen Akers sings from Nine:

Laura Osnes sings Yeston tunes at 54 Below:

Laurie Veldheer (Newsies) sings "Danglin'":