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Gerald Bordman and Jonas Westover

(b New York, NY, Sept 8, 1896; d New York, NY, July 30, 1983). American lyricist and librettist. He studied at Columbia University, where he was a contemporary of Lorenz Hart and Oscar Hammerstein II, and served in the US Navy before becoming director of publicity and advertising in ...

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Judith A. Sebesta

(b Chicago, IL, Feb 25, 1928; d Beverly Hills, CA, Sept 11, 2009). American librettist. He began his prolific and diverse career at 16 writing for radio. After moving to television in the 1950s, he collaborated with such well-known early television actors as Sid Caesar and Mel Brooks. His career in that medium peaked with ...

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Paula Morga and Jonas Westover

(b New York, NY, May 29, 1923; d New York, NY, Dec 16, 1990). American writer on music. He attended Union College (BA 1943) and participated in the Army Special Training Program at the University of Nebraska (1944). His principal interest is the American musical theater. It was the subject of his radio program “The World of Musical Comedy” (WBAI, New York, ...

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Gerald Bordman and Jonas Westover

(b Salt Lake City, UT, Aug 18, 1873; d New York, NY, Jan 24, 1963). American librettist and lyricist. He was educated at Knox College, then taught English for six years at Whitman College before going to New York for further study at Columbia University. In ...