This prolific composer collaborated with lyricists Lorenz Hart and Oscar Hammerstein II, to publish more than 900 songs by way of 40 Broadway musicals. He filled a career spanning more than 60 years with an endless flow of wonderfully sing-able, dance-able melodies, receiving every possible award in his profession: Tony, Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and even a Pulitzer. The highest honor paid to Rogers was the renaming of the 46th Street Theatre to The Richard Rogers Theater. How he and Oscar Hammerstein II began working together is just one of the stories told in this tribute highlighting many of his most evocative songs, including: “Spring Is Here,” “There’s A Small Hotel,” “My Romance,” “Out Of My Dreams,” and “Little Girl Blue.”