Book Cover Premiered 1979


Evita, the Broadway musical hit, is loosely based on the life of Eva Peron, the charismatic wife of post-World War II Argentine president Juan Peron and her rise from poverty to power.

Book Cover Premiered 2004

The Phantom of the Opera

A classic, haunting tale of reality and illusion, The Phantom of the Opera is a smash Broadway musical hit.

Book Cover Premiered 1994


The most recent adaptation of the original production of Showboat is Hal Prince's 1994 revival. The production won 6 1995 Tony Awards. Prince reworked and reexamined the legacy of Showboat from Kern, Hammerstein, and others, to create a contemporary success: a production that retains the innocence of the text yet is theatrically innovative.

Book Cover Published 2009

Creating a Life You'll Love: Notable Achievers Offer Their Secrets for Happiness

This inspiring collection, which includes Prince's 2007 commencement address at Gettysburg College, draws from the best commencement speeches of recent years, revealing important life lessons about navigating successfully through life and being true to oneself. The advice is illuminating, surprising, thought-provoking, and funny. Creating a Life You'll Love is essential reading for everyone who is seeking the secret to living life wisely and well. 

Book Cover Premiered 1972


Cabaret captures a story set in the late 1920s. The 1998 Broadway production of Cabaret is that rarest of revivals, one that feels like an utterly new show.

Book Cover Premiered 2007


Prince's first Broadway show in almost a decade follows the unlikely love affair of German composer Kurt Weill ("The Threepenny Opera") and his Viennese muse, singer Lotte Lenya. The action moves from Berlin to Broadway, with stops in Paris and Hollywood. The style of LoveMusik dotted with numbers from Weill's eclectic songbook, incorporates elements of German expressionism, vaudeville, '40s musicals and torch-song cabaret. The shifting tone reflects the permutations of a couple who loved as large as they lived, reinventing themselves during the turbulent '30s and '40s as they moved from Europe to America. The New York Times called it "unmissable."