Timothy Gray

Timothy Gray

Arranger

Timothy Gray, the lyricist who collaborated with Hugh Martin, died March 17, 2007, in Sarasota, FL. He was 79. Mr. Gray was nominated for three Tony Awards for his work with Martin on the Broadway show High Spirits, which ran for 365 performances in 1964 and 1965. The two collaborated on the music, lyrics and book for the show, a musical treatment of Noel Coward's play Blithe Spirit that starred Edward Woodward, Tammy Grimes and Beatrice Lillie and was directed by Coward himself.

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  • Born: Sep 5, 1927 in Chicago, IL, USA
  • Death: Mar 17, 2007 in Sarasota, FL

Roles (9)

Good News Playbill - Nov 1974 Good News (1974)
Opened Dec 23, 1974
  • Vocal Arrangements
  • Musical Supervisor
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Production Placeholder Johnny Johnson (1971)
Opened Apr 11, 1971
  • Producer
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High Spirits Playbill - May 1964 High Spirits (1964)
Opened Apr 7, 1964
  • as "Forever and a Day" Singer [Recorded voice] (Original)
  • Book
  • Music
  • Lyrics
  • Vocal Direction and Arrangements
  • Vocal Coach
High Spirits - May 1964
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Awards

Tony Award
1964 Author of a Musical High Spirits Nominee
1964 Composer and Lyricist High Spirits Nominee