Obituaries

Frank Corsaro, Broadway and Opera Director, Dies at 92
Corsaro directed the original production of The Night of the Iguana.
Robert Guillaume, Veteran of TV's Benson and Sports Night, Dies at 89
Guillaume played Nathan Detroit and the Phantom of the Opera in two of his many stage appearances.
Roy Dotrice, Master of the One-Man Historical Drama, Has Died at 94
Dotrice won a Tony in 2000 for A Moon for the Misbegotten.
"Who Loves You" Songwriter Judy Parker Gaudio Has Died
Parker Gaudio cowrote songs for The Four Seasons with her husband Bob Gaudio.
Comedian and Broadway Veteran Shelley Berman Dies at 92
Berman was directed by Harold Prince in the original Broadway production of A Family Affair.
Thomas Meehan, Tony-Winning Writer of Annie and The Producers, Has Died
Meehan authored 11 Broadway musicals over the course of his career.
Jerry Lewis, Iconic Comedian and Humanitarian, Has Died at 91
Lewis made a splash on Broadway in 1995 in a revival of Damn Yankees.
Prolific Broadway Producer Stuart Thompson Has Died
Thompson produced Tony-winning productions of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Death of a Salesman, and more.