Claibe Richardson

Claibe Richardson, the composer of the Broadway musical, The Grass Harp, which is to get a concert revival this month by the York Theatre Company, died Jan. 5, 2003, in Manhattan after a battle with cancer, according to friends in the theatre community. Mr. Richardson was in his seventies, and leaves behind a handful of respected scores to varied projects, including the aborning shows with writer Stephen Cole, The Night of the Hunter (which receives a Manhattan workshop in April) and Saturday Night at Grossinger's, about the Catskills resort (which BroadHollow Theatre in Long Island will stage in the summer).

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  • Death: Jan 5, 2003 in New York, NY, USA