“ Memphis ,” a crowd-pleasing show costing roughly $12 million about a white disc jockey in the 1950s and a black female R&B singer he champions, won the Tony Award for top Broadway musical last night in New York.
Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, the 2013 Tony Award nominated composers for the musical, "A Christmas Story," discuss their writing partnership and the development of the musical. Paul and Pasek speak with Bloomberg's Vonnie Quinn on Bloomberg Radio's "The Hays Advantage."
Maya Angelou, the poet and professor whose bestselling memoirs of growing up black and female made her a beloved American storyteller, with a melodious voice and seemingly boundless optimism in the face of hardship, has died. She was 86.