James Rado, co-creator of Broadway hit Hair, dies at 90
The award-winning writer, whose hit musical originally opened on Broadway in the late 60s, died in New York City of cardiorespiratory arrest James Rado, the award-winning co-creator of Hair, has died at the age of 90. The writer, whose hit musical launched songs such as Aquarius and Let the Sunshine In, died peacefully in New York City surrounded by family. The cause of death was cardiorespiratory arrest, as confirmed by longtime friend, publicist Merle Frimark. Continue reading...
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