Howard Ashman: A Queer Legacy Not to be Forgotten – ‘Storyhouse’

‘Their stars were ascending and both have made a lasting impact on musical theatre. However, it was Howard Ashman, the young gay Jewish lyricist and playwright, who apart from being the driving force behind saving a major film studio from financial ruin, would go on to create some of the most enduring and well known songs ever heard on film.’

Jon’s new essay, ‘Howard Ashman: A Queer Legacy Not To Be Forgotten’ is available new via Storyhouse

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