Richard M. Sherman, Disney Songwriter of Mary Poppins, “It’s a Small World,” and More, Dies at 95
Samm-Art Williams, Whose Drama Home Begins a Broadway Revival This Week, Dies at 78
Thomas J. Gates, Longtime Broadway Stage Manager, Dead After Being Struck by Train
Broadway Costume Designer Carrie Robbins Has Died at 81
Christopher Durang, Beloved Playwright of Dark Comedic Farces, Dies at 75
Oscar-Winning Actor Louis Gossett Jr. Dies at 87
Steve Lawrence, Tony Nominee and Half of Steve & Eydie Singing Duo, Dies at 88
Beloved Broadway Vet Linda Balgord, the Final Grizabella in the Original Cats, Dies at 64
Lynda Gravátt, New York Stage Stalwart, Dies at 77
Hinton Battle, Original Scarecrow in The Wiz, Dies at 67
Broadway Icon Chita Rivera Dies at 91
Sarah Rice, Original Johanna of Sweeney Todd, Dies at 68
Glynis Johns, of Mary Poppins and A Little Night Music, Dies at 100
Maurice Hines, Tap Dance Icon, Dies at 80
Vinie Burrows, New York Stage Stalwart, Dies at 99
Robert Nolan, Former President of ATPAM and Company Manager for Cameron Mackintosh Shows, Dead at 69
Mike Nussbaum, Dean of Chicago Theater and Oldest Working Professional Actor in the Country, Dies at 99
Joseph Weiss Jr., Who Represented Jule Styne and Frank Loesser Estates, Has Died at 71
Michael Blakemore, Record-Holding, Two-Time Tony-Winning Director, Dies at 95
Frances Sternhagen, Two-Time Tony-Winning Actor, Dies at 93
Robert Brustein, a Staunch Advocate for Nonprofit Theaters, Dies at 96
Tony-Winning Producer and Everton Football Club Chair Bill Kenwright Dies at 78
Haydn Gwynne, Billy Elliot Tony Nominee, Dies at 66
Gentleman’s Guide Songwriter Steven Lutvak Dies at 64