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Broadway’s Music Man


It’s not every day that a composer has four shows running simultaneo­usly on Broadway. The last time was in 1953, when Richard Rodgers’ ”South Pacific,” “The King and I,” “Me and Juliet” and a revival of “Oklahoma!” set the Great White Way humming. With the opening of a new production of “Sunset Boulevard” (p. 33) in February, Andrew Lloyd Webber joined the club. The tunesmith (left, center) marked the occasion with a portrait, surrounded by the current casts of his melodious quartet: “Sunset,” “Cats” (p. 30), “School of Rock” (p. 32) and record-breaking “The Phantom of the Opera” (p. 32), now in its unpreceden­ted 30th year.

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