Joshua Logan

Saturday, March 28, 1981

Lloyd Moss interviews Texan-born director, producer and playwright Joshua Logan (South Pacific, Annie Get Your Gun) about growing up in the South, his five-year stint at military academy, and his theater and film work. Mr. Logan mentions his lifelong project of translating Bizet's Carmeninto English; working under Konstantin Stanislavsky in Russia; and his founding role in the Princeton University Players, among other anecdotes. He also speaks about the "Santa Fe on Broadway" benefit show.

Mr. Logan discusses the musical selections of his choosing.

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