PBS NewsHour

What Broadway legend Harold Prince meant to American theater

Clip: 08/01/2019 | 3m 17s Video has closed captioning.

Broadway director and producer Harold Prince died Wednesday at age 91. Prince won an astonishing, record-breaking 21 Tony Awards with shows that became household names -- and whose popularity still endures decades later. Judy Woodruff reports on a theater legend who wasn’t satisfied with merely entertaining his audiences but aspired to “provoke conversation” even after the curtain fell.

Aired: 08/01/19

Rating: NR

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