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October 03, 1986 - Image 95

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(C IU 1 11)

REGULAR HOURS

ENTERTAINMENT

MON.-SAT.

7 a.m. to 10 a.m.

CLOSED
MON., OCT. 13

/--'

Hamlisch

Continued from Page 93

more than a famous signa-
ture tune for Chorus Line; it
served as Hamlisch's personal
signature too.
He surrounds himself with
those who share the same
gut-wrenching love, serving
as musical consultant for
such stars as Joel Grey,
Ann-Margaret and Liza Min-
nelli, for whom he wrote
songs while both were in
high school.
But by high school, he was
an old pro. A 7-year-old Ham-
lisch was already studying at
the Juilliard School of Music
— the internationally re-
spected school's youngest stu-
dent ever.
It has been a career of
firsts — in 1974, Hamlisch
was the first person ever to
be given three Academy
Awards during one presenta-
tion (the Sting and The Way
We Were). And he may be the
first to have composed the
score for a show based on his
relationship with a lyricist
(They're Playing Our Song,
Carol Bayer Sager).
And then there was Chorus
Line, which greeted Hamlisch
with a chorus of huzzahs. The
show, evolving through work-
shops at the New York
Shakespeare Festival,
evolved into the longest-
running show on Broadway.
It is still dancing its heart
out at the Shubert Theatre
on Broadway.
As wonderful an experience
as it was to compose Chorus
\/-J Line, "I don't think anything
can change my life," says
Hamlisch. "It helps maybe in
that I go to a restaurant and
can get a good table. But, in
my actual life, no — I don't
think it can change that
much.
"I'm still pretty much the
same, with the same apart-
ment, the same station wa-
gon. I like the simple things
in life: there's no necessity to
go grand. I consider doing a
show as an expanded version
of inviting guests to my liv-
ing room for a party."
Nu, Bessie? You were
right. As hamisch as ever.

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