Dick Gallagher

Dick Gallagher, a trusted accompanist, musical director and Off-Broadway composer, died Jan. 20, 2005, in Manhattan after a long illness, according to friends in the New York theatre community. Mr. Gallagher was 49. In addition to working with many performers in the cabaret community, Mr. Gallagher (with Mark Waldrop) wrote the plucky scores for the Off-Broadway revues What Not, Whoop-Dee-Doo! and — his greatest hit — When Pigs Fly.

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  • Born: Oct 16, 1955
  • Death: Jan 20, 2005 in Manhattan, New York