Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys work on "Good Vibrations" in the studio in 1966.
Joe Papp made it his mission to have theater be accessible to the public.
Meryl Streep was touched, but perplexed when Papp asked her to run the theater.
When developing Free Shakespeare in the Park, Joe Papp wanted people to feel represented.
Joe Papp saved a historic building from demolition, which evolved into The Public Theater.
Duke found his mind and body shocked by his first time swimming in an indoor pool.
Duke Kahanamoku shattered the Amateur Athletic Union's swim record in 1911.
Duke Kahanamoku rescued eight men from the capsized Thelma in California.
"Crucifixion" recalled the racial unrest Marian Anderson saw during her time in Chicago.
Anderson bought her beloved farm in Danbury, CT, with her husband, Orpheus Fisher.
Though Marian Anderson could sing both high and low notes, she was billed as a contralto.
Celebrate Marian Anderson in this event with Denyce Graves, George Shirley and others.
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