Gender
Male
Born
Jan 08, 1901
Ostego, Michigan, USA
Died
Jan 10, 1996
Los Angeles, California, USA
Composer Producer Writer Lyricist
Relations
Cousin of
Harry Burnett
Comments
Forman Brown was also one of the world leaders in puppet theatre in his day, as well as an important early gay novelist. He was a member of the Yale Puppeteers and the driving force behind Turnabout Theatre. Brown briefly taught at North Carolina State College.
Home Sweet Homer (Jan 04, 1976 - Jan 04, 1976)
  • Lyrics by Forman Brown
MusicalRomantic ComedyOriginal
Music in My Heart (Oct 02, 1947 - Jan 24, 1948)
  • Lyrics by Forman Brown
MusicalOriginal
The Red Mill (Oct 16, 1945 - Jan 18, 1947)
  • Additional lyrics by Forman Brown
MusicalRevival
It's a Small World (Nov 06, 1938 - Nov 06, 1938)
  • Music by Forman Brown
  • Produced by The Yale Puppeteers
  • Book by Forman Brown
  • Lyrics by Forman Brown
MusicalPuppetsRevueOriginal
Mister Noah and March of Rhyme (Dec 22, 1935 - Dec 29, 1935)
  • Music by Forman Brown
  • Produced by The Yale Puppeteers
  • Author of all material: Forman Brown
MusicalPuppetsOriginal

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