May 03, 2015
11 Sep 2013
Lyricist Fred Ebb, whose collaboration with composer John Kander earned the duo three Tony Awards for their iconic musical theatre scores, died Sept. 11, 2004, at the age of 76.
Playbill.com looks back at his lifetime of work with a collection of videos from his collaboration with composer John Kander.
Kander and Ebb received Tony Awards for the scores of Cabaret, Woman of the Year and Kiss of the Spider Woman and were Tony-nominated for their work on The Happy Time, Chicago, The Act, The Rink, Steel Pier, Curtains and The Scottsboro Boys.
For more on Ebb's theatrical history, visit the Playbill Vault.
Fred Ebb performs "New York, New York."
08 Apr 2015 -- The Screening Room: Remembering Cabaret, Chicago and The Visit Lyricist Fred Ebb (Video)
08 Apr 2013 -- THE SCREENING ROOM: Celebrating the Music of Tony Winners Kander and Ebb (Video)
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