The singer and actor also enjoyed a string of hits, including "Physical," "I Honestly Love You," and "Have You Never Been Mellow."
Ms. Carroll was a celebrated actress of stage and screen.
Barnes was the associate choreographer of Kimberly Akimbo, set to debut on Broadway this season.
The stage and screen star started her acting career in community theatre after working as a teacher.
Mr. McDonald was a member of the original Broadway companies of Side Show and Doctor Zhivago.
The Tony nominee was a respected actor, director, and activist.
The development professional was instrumental in creating and funding programs that have shaped the lives of thousands of students and teachers nationwide.
Mr. Brook was a three time Tony winner, known for his unorthodox approach to traditional plays.
Abuba amassed more than 100 credits over his more than half a century in the performing arts.
Mr. Fickinger was a former executive for Disney Theatricals, and one half of FickStern Productions.
Ms. Arthur portrayed Hedy La Rue in the Pulitzer-winning musical on Broadway and in its film adaptation.
The artist was the co-author of the seminal classic Hair.
Mr. Pippin was the last living recipient of the Tony Award for Best Conductor and Musical Director.
Mr. Bayes was a longtime collaborator of Jerome Robbins, known for his influence on the legacy of Fiddler on the Roof.
Liotta starred on Broadway in Stephen Belber's Match in 2004.
Mr. Pomahac was the Director of Music for The Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization for more than 20 years.
Ms. Resnik was known for her performances in Follies, Grey Gardens, and more.
Mr. Morse was a two-time Tony winner and found later success on TV's Mad Men.
Mr. Binder spent decades casting such Tony-winning Broadway hits as The Lion King, Lost in Yonkers, and A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder.
The late Gottfried, a Broadway alum, indelibly voiced the character of Iago in the 1992 Disney animated film Aladdin.
Ms. Allen won the Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Play for And Miss Reardon Drinks A Little in 1971.
The Nederlander Organization founder would have turned 100 March 31.
The Tony winner passed away September 9, 2021, at the age of 90.
Ms. Kikuchi, who was the original Eliza in The King and I, directed the 1977 revival starring Yul Brynner and Constance Towers.
The service featured speeches as well as performances by Broadway favorites Bernadette Peters, André De Shields, Ciaran Sheehan, and Peter Cincotti.
The lights of Broadway theatres will also be dimmed March 22 to pay tribute to Mr. Smith's more than 63-year career in the American theatre.
Mr. Hurt received an Academy award for his portrayal of Luis Molina in Kiss of the Spider Woman.
Mr. Brown got his start on Broadway before becoming superintendent Nathan Brookman on TV's Good Times.
Mr. Walton's designs were featured in Broadway productions of Pippin, Chicago, Guys and Dolls, and more.
The afternoon remembering the theatrical giant will be open to the public with COVID protocols observed.
Ms. Styne oversaw the legacy of her husband's estate, including the upcoming revival of Funny Girl.
Mr. Giron wrote the book for the 2015 musical Amazing Grace.
Mr. Westphal worked with the theatrical union for nearly 40 years.
Mr. McAvay worked his way up from the mailroom at Columbia Artists to running the acclaimed theatrical management organization.
Mr. Hall stage managed more than 30 Broadway shows, including the original productions of Promises, Promises, Sweeney Todd, and Chess.
Ms. Marks was a fixture of the 1960s rock scene, performing with Ike and Tina Turner, The Rolling Stones, and Jimi Hendrix.
The late composer-lyricist's will also directs portions of the estate to a group of individuals, including playwright James Lapine and husband Jeff Romley.
Well known for his Bat Out of Hell album, the performer was Broadway's original Eddie in The Rocky Horror Show.
The stage and screen icon earned a Tony nomination for creating the role of Walter Lee Younger in Lorraine Hansberry's groundbreaking A Raisin in the Sun.
The writer contributed to The Wall Street Journal for almost 20 years.
The theatre auteur helmed Torch Song Trilogy, Legs Diamond, and more.
Among the veteran art director's work was Avenue Q's historic 2004 Tony Awards campaign.
The songwriter, along with her co-lyricist husband, wrote the lyrics for the Broadway musicalsSomething More! and Ballroom.
Known for Full House, the television dad appeared on Broadway in The Drowsy Chaperone and Hand to God.
The star appeared in the original Broadway production of A Raisin in the Sun.
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