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Harold Prince
Harold Prince
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Tony Award-Winning theatre director Harold "Hal" Prince “belongs on the Mount Rushmore of living directors” with a record-setting 21 Tony Awards and over 50 musicals, plays, and operas to his credit. Prince has shaped Broadway possibly more than any director in history, offering audiences an engaging and informed account of American theatre.

His extraordinary resume as director and/or producer includes many of the most ground-breaking musicals of the past six decades, from West Side StoryFiddler on the Roof, and CabaretFolliesSweeney Todd, and Evita, to Phantom of the Opera and a definitive revival of Showboat. His other hits include CompanyShe Loves Me, and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. He has directed two films, Something For Everyone and A Little Night Music, as well as several operas for the Metropolitan Opera, The New York City Opera, the Houston Grand Opera, and the Vienna Staatsoper.

Prince served as the inspiration for John Lithgow's character in the Bob Fosse film All That Jazz, and was the basis of a character in Richard Bissell's novel Say, Darling, which recounted Bissell's experience of turning an earlier novel into the musical The Pajama Game. The novel-turned-musical was co-produced by Prince in 1955 and ended up winning a Tony Award for Best Musical.

In 2006 Prince was presented with the special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater. He was also a Kennedy Center Honoree and received the National Medal of Arts.

In his lectures, Prince looks back on his storied career and discusses the evolution of Broadway, examining the impact of higher ticket prices and increased corporate investment. He also speaks of his enthusiasm for regional theatre throughout America.

His musical, LoveMusik, debuted in 2007 about which John Simon commented “I saw it three times, and have come to think that it was very likely the best musical I have ever seen.” Prince's Paradise Found opened in London in 2010. A retrospective of his work, titled Prince of Broadway,  co-directed by Prince and Susan Stroman, opened on Broadway in August 2017.

Full Bio >
  • Harold Prince on Directing (2012)
  • Harold Prince Tribute on Ovation TV (2010)
  • Hal Prince talks Broadway and collaborating with Bernstein and Sondheim (2012)
  • Mr. Prince, a documentary (2011)
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Hal Prince's Broadway: An Evening in Word and Song

No individual has played a more pivotal a role in shaping Broadway than director/producer Hal Prince. With a record-setting 21 Tony Awards and over 50 musicals, plays, and operas to his credit, Prince’s lengthy resume includes many of the most exceptional musicals of the past six decades including West Side Story, Fiddler on the Roof, Cabaret, Evita, and Phantom of the Opera. During this moderated interview, Prince reflects on his legendary career complemented by live performances of his works sung by soloists interlaced throughout. The program concludes with an interactive Q&A session with the audience.

*Available with or without songs

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Books & Other Works
  • Evita
  • The Phantom of the Opera
  • Showboat
  • Creating a Life You'll Love: Notable Achievers Offer Their Secrets for Happiness
  • Cabaret
  • LoveMusik
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“The evening was magical from beginning to end, and may have a lasting impact for some of the William Paterson U. community.”
William Patterson University
“Out of this world fabulous!”
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
“Hal Prince's visit was a wonderful success. He was inspirational, informative, helpful, friendly, down-to-earth and entertaining. We found him so easy to be with and so full of information about his creative process. He delighted faculty and students alike. We truly enjoyed meeting and talking with him.”
Saint Mary's College
“Hal was wonderful, and the experience was delightful for everyone.”
Susquehanna University
“Totally captivated both morning and evening audiences.”
The Cleveland Playhouse
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