|Born||Lee Richard Adams
August 14, 1924
Mansfield, Ohio, U.S.
|Notable work(s)||Bye Bye Birdie
Adams won Tony Awards in 1961 for Bye Bye Birdie and in 1970 for Applause. In addition, he wrote the lyrics for All American, Golden Boy, It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman, Bring Back Birdie, and A Broadway Musical, and the book and lyrics for Ain't Broadway Grand. Additionally, Strouse and Adams co-wrote "Those Were the Days", the opening theme to the TV situation comedy All in the Family.
Adams was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1989.
- Bye Bye Birdie (1960)
- All American (1962)
- Golden Boy (1964)
- It's a Bird...It's a Plane...It's Superman (1966)
- Applause (1970)
- I and Albert (1972)
- Bring Back Birdie (1980)
- A Broadway Musical (1982), contributed the song Dancing
- Aint Broadway Grand! (1993)
- The Night They Raided Minsky's [film] (1968)
- Lee Adams at the Internet Broadway Database
- Lee Adams at the Songwriters Hall of Fame
- Lee Adams interview video at the Archive of American Television
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