His production was in 1920 called “ Poor Little Ritz Girl”. Straight out of college he work for a director name Lew Fields. Lew Fields was an American actor, comedian, vaudeville star, theatre manger, and producer. He also best know for working with Lorenz Hart, excluding Oscar Hammerstein ll. Rogers and Hart worked together and composed 28 stage musicals and more than 5000 songs until Hart death.
His first success as a librettist came in 1922 with Wildflower, written with Otto Harbach. One of his friends led to the meeting of him and Richard Rodgers. The Rodgers and Hammerstein team quickly produced in a smash hit. After long and highly distinguished careers with other people, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein ll joined forces in 1943 to create the most fruitful and successful partnership in the American musical theatre. OKLAHOMA!, the first Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, was also the first of a new genre, the musical play, blending Rodgers’ sophisticated style of musical comedy with Hammerstein’s innovations in operetta.
A year later in 1957 his Father, George Chihuly who work as a meatpacker and a union organizer died of a heart attack. After the death of his brother and his father Dale lost motivation in school but, even with poor grades his Mother, Viola, encouraged him to go to college. He first enrolled at the college of the Puget
Later in 1909, Joplin married Lottie Stokes. By that time, Joplin had already composed more than forty successful piano ragtime numbers and a music booklet called “School of Ragtime”. Before Joplin could see his opera “Treemonisha” produced with full costume and a full orchestra, he died of tertiary syphilis on April 1, 1917.After Joplin’s death,his fame found its way back to him in the 1970s because of “The Entertainer” was used in the film “The Sing”. In 1976, Joplin was posthumously awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his contributions to American music. In conclusion, Joplin definitely made his mark in Arkansas history by his ragtime songs and his music
The movie produced unprecedented ratings, a best-selling soundtrack and loyal fans of the movie High School Musical. The following year in August Efron was on the cover of rolling stone Magazine. In the article Zac Efron stated that one day he wanted to play an action hero. He was a nominee for a screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture. Efron got 3 awards in 2008, one was the Critics Choice Award for the movie ‘Hairspray’ he won the ‘Best Acting Ensemble’ category.
Leaving Hoover an orphan with his Older brother, Theodore and his younger sister, Mary. Leaving them with their uncle Dr. John Minthorn. In 1929 Hoover took office and became the president of the United States. The Great Depression started 6 months after Hoover’s presidency. Hoover wasn't sure about the depression so he wrote a letter to the governor of Illinois, Louis L.Emmerson.
He was diagnosed with lung cancer and was thought to be triggered by his heavy smoking. In his last recital, he featured Frederic Chopin Sonata number 2 in B flat. Which contained Chopin 's famous funeral March. Rachmaninoff died on March 28th, 1943 in Beverly Hills California. He was later buried in the Kensico Cemetery in Valhalla New
Joseph Frank Keaton IV, commonly known as Buster Keaton was an American comedian, actor, director, and producer. He was born in October 4, 1895 in Piqua, Kansas and died in February 1, 1996 due lung cancer. He was known as the “Great Stone Face” and also for his expression and visual comedy in silent film industry. Born in a family of vaudeville, he was the oldest among three siblings. He has one brother name Harry and a sister name Louise.
His health issues later translated into his works, most notably his semi-autobiographical film called All That Jazz, which told the story of a drug-addicted choreographer that struggles with relationships, success, and failure. Interestingly enough, the film ends with the man dying of a heart attack, which is how Fosse ultimately faced his own, actual death. Fosse died September 23, 1987, at the age of 60. Sweet Charity, Fosse’s last work, was just starting its opening show at the National Theatre in Washington D.C. when he collapsed on the street from his heart attack. His ashes are scattered in the Atlantic Ocean, as he previously requested.
In 2002, Steven Spielberg made a film about Abagnale's life, Catch Me If You Can, based on the aforementioned memoir. The movie later inspired a Broadway musical version which ran for several months in 2011 at the Neil Simon Theatre. Frank Abagnale Jr. quotes that “There is no technology today that cannot be defeated by social engineering.” then he quotes “I taught at the FBI for four decades - how to think outside of the box and deal with social engineering.” (Abagnale Quotes.” BrainyQuote, Xplore) Frank’s return to elixir is when he started a family and was happy like when he was when he was a kid. Frank met his wife while he was on a undercover mission for the FBI. Frank lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with his wife Kelly.
Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States after the assassination of William McKinley. He was born October 27, 1858, in New York and died on January 19, 1919. He is known for being one of the best presidents of the United States, from the building of the Panama Canal to his famous national reforms. Theodore had a different childhood because of his asthma illness, so he spent most of his childhood in his home with his family. Roosevelt had enrolled at Harvard and graduated with highest honors in 1880.
The band mixed up the sounds of pop, disco, rap and even reggae. After releasing their sixth album in 1982 The Hunter Blondie broke up for awhile. Deborah Harry had to help take care of her partner Chris Stein who had contracted pemphigus which is a rare autoimmune disease of the skin. Then in 1987 Blondie came together once more and had a number one single in the U.K. with “Maria” in 1999. Blondie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006 and they are still active today.
In Boca Raton he attended Pine Crest Middle School. He is half-brother of the pop singer and actress Ariana Grande. In 2005 he graduated from a college in Pennsylvania, Muhlenberg College; he has three majors, biology, theatre and dance. His career started as early as 2007, appearing in the show “Dora the Explorer” as Boots the Monkey and later in roles in productions of “George M”, A Chorus Line and others. Subsequently that year he joined Broadway on a production of “Mamma Mia”, which propelled his career sky high; Increasing his fame and net worth in the next few years.
John Quincy stayed in Washington for a few months until returning back home to Quincy.After being president he served nine terms in Congress from 1830 till passing away in 1848.Being the most outspoken congressman to stand against the Anti-Slavery Congressional Career he earned the nickname Old Man Eloquent.On February 21,1848 , life-threatening stroke hit John Quincy minutes after he cast a vote about Army Officers serving in the Mexican War. Two days later, John Quincy slipped into a coma and shortly passed away after. At the age of eighty John Quincy passed away a former president and congressman and husband. The funeral was open casket to let the friends and family be able to view the body .He left all of his books and papers to his son Charles Francis , His home was divided between his wife , daughter in law ,his second son and granddaughter. Some facts about John Quincy Adams are one of the first facts about him is that he was very educated and that he studied in Paris ,Amsterdam and many other places as well.
During the Depression, Kurt sr. would have long periods of unemployment, and Mrs. Vonnegut suffered from mental illness. She committed suicide in 1944 by an overdose of sleeping pills, which haunted Vonnegut for the rest of his life.He had, he said, a lifelong difficulty with women. He remembered an aunt once telling him that, “All Vonnegut men are scared to death of women.” “My theory is that all women have hydrofluoric acid bottled up inside,” he wrote. Vonnegut went to Cornell University, but he enlisted in the Army before he could get a degree. The Army initially sent him to the Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh and the University of Tennessee to study mechanical engineering.