b. 5 Apr 1911, USA, d. 29 November 1982, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Active like a Broadway maker from the first 40s, Kipness’ credits included some large successes. In the 40s he created the revue Bright Lamps Of 1944 (1943), the takes on The Duke Of Darkness (1944) and Star-Spangled Family members (1945), before one of is own most effective displays, High Button Sneakers (1947). This display was stated in cooperation with Monte Proser and went at the brand new Hundred years, Shubert and Broadway theatres for a complete of 727 shows. Starring Phil Silvers, the display’s publication was by Stephen Longstreet and presented music and lyrics by Jule Styne and Sammy Cahn. With George Abbott directing and choreography by Jerome Robbins, the display also presented Nanette Fabray, Helen Gallagher and Tag Dawson. In the 50s arrived the plays ALL YOU HAVE TO Is One Great Break (1950), Ladies Of Twilight and Conscience (both 1952), Become YOUR ACTUAL AGE (1953), that was accompanied by another effective musical, La Plume De Ma Tante (1958). This Tony Award -nominated revue was provided by Kipness in cooperation with David Merrick, was devised, created and aimed by Robert Dhery, and acquired music by Gerard Calvi to which British lyrics were compiled by Ross Parker. Kipness’ 60s displays included the flop play Possess I Got A LADY FOR YOU PERSONALLY! (1963), a reasonably effective musical, I PUT A Ball (1964), a musical flop, La Grande Valise (1965) and another flop play, But Seriously… (1969). Kipness started the 70s with another greatly effective musical, the Tony-winning Applause (1970), which he also created on television 3 years afterwards. The display starred Lauren Bacall who was simply succeeded through the 896-functionality operate by Anne Baxter and Arlene Dahl. This is accompanied by the flop play Dad’s Time (1971), two reasonably effective musicals, Inner Town (1971) and Seesaw (1973, the last mentioned Tony nominated), and the flops No Hard Emotions (1973) and Rockabye Hamlet (1976). Next emerged the effective I Love MY PARTNER, which ran from 17 Apr 1977 until 20 Might 1979 and was nominated for both a Tony and a Dilemma Desk Award simply because Outstanding Musical, Ruler Of Hearts (1978), a one-day revival from the Farewell People (1979), and Teibele And Her Demon, which ran more than Xmas and New Season 1979/80 and was nominated for the Drama Desk Prize as Excellent New Play. The musical One Evening Stand was prepared for 1980 but hardly ever opened up and in January 1981 emerged the one-day creation of Frankenstein.