CHARLES STROUSE




  • June 7, 1928 Birth of American musical composer Charles STROUSE. Tony Award-winning composer of Bye Bye Birdie also composed the theme song to television's long-running hit sitcom, All in the Family. Works list. 







  • All American (1962)




  • Golden Boy (1964)  1964 Broadway Playbill of GOLDEN BOY with Sammy Davis, Jr.





  • It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman (1966)





  • Applause (1970) Applause (Original 1970 Broadway Cast)





  • Six (1971, Off-Broadway)





  • I and Albert (1972, London)





  • Annie (1977) Annie





  • A Broadway Musical (1978)





  • Charlie and Algernon (1979, London, as Flowers for Algernon); (1981)





  • Bring Back Birdie (1981)





  • Nightingale (1982; this work is often described as an opera)





  • Dance a Little Closer (1983)





  • Mayor (1985)





  • Rags (1986)





  • Annie 2: Miss Hannigan's Revenge (1989)





  • Nick and; Nora (1993)





  • Annie Warbucks (1993)





  • The Future of the American Musical Theater (2004 opera)





  • Real Men (2005)





  • Studio (2006)





  • Minsky's (2009) Put on a Happy Face: A Broadway Memoir (Music Sales America)Musicality of Strouse