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"It's interesting that it chimed with the high point of Thatcherism. That was fortuitous because I first thought about it. When you see it now the resonance is slightly different. It seems now to be to do with everyone else's sex life. When I was re-looking at it in rehearsal I thought, 'This is rather odd, it seems no longer to be about institutionalized selfishness. The thing about "Liaisons" ...
In 1995, won two Tony Awards for "Sunset Boulevard:" as Best Book (Musical) with Don Black
, and as Best Original Musical Score, sharing lyrics credit with Black and music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
. He previously has received two Tony nominations as author of Best Play nominees: in 1971 for "The Philanthropist" and in 1987 for "Les Liaisons Dangereuses."