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Encyclopedia > Henry Krieger

Henry Krieger is an American composer who wrote the music for Dreamgirls, Side Show, and other works of musical theatre. Dreamgirls is an award-winning Broadway musical, which opened on December 20, 1981 at the Imperial Theatre on Broadway and ran for 1,522 performances. ... A side show is an extra secondary production associated with a circus. ... The Fantasticks was the longest-running musical in history. ...


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The Tin Man » And I Am Telling You I’m Not the Verizon Guy (334 words)
I got to meet Broadway composer Henry Krieger today, best known for composing “Dreamgirls.”; He works out at my gym, and he had an appointment with my personal trainer right after I did.
I told him that Matt plays “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going” several times a week, is obsessed with the show, and is counting down the days until the movie opens in December.
Now that I’ve met Henry Krieger, I need to meet the other two famous people who apparently work out at my gym: Victor Garber and the Verizon guy.
Johns Hopkins Gazette | February 7, 2005 (403 words)
Charles L. Bennett, a professor in the Krieger School's Henry A. Rowland Department of Physics and Astronomy, will be awarded the prestigious Henry Draper Medal on May 2 at the National Academy of Sciences' 142nd annual meeting.
The prize was established in 1886 by the wife of Henry Draper, a prominent amateur scientist and early pioneer of astronomical photography.
Henry A. Rowland, Johns Hopkins' first physics professor, received the award in 1890, and Robert W. Wood, a professor of experimental physics, won in 1940.
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