On 9 May 1996 Julie Andrews, star of Victor/Victoria, refused to be considered for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Broadway Musical because the Tony committee had not nominated the other cast members.
On 20 January 1993, poet Maya Angelou read "The Pulse of the Morning" at the inauguration of President William Jefferson Clinton.
In July 1998 Tina Brown resigned after six years as editor of The New Yorker. She was replaced by David Remnick, who restored the original literary emphasis of the magazine. Brown and Ron Galotti joined with Miramax Films in establishing Talk Media to publish Talk magazine (in collaboration with Hearst Magazines), produce television programming, and publish books.
In 1994 dancer and choreographer Trisha Brown performed If You Couldn't See Me with her back and face turned away from the audience, creating what critic Jack...
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