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If you've been in extreme circumstances- it doesn't have to be cancer, it can be the death of a spouse, AIDS, anything- and you've been lucky enough to survive, it's incumbent on you to live the best possible life. What's the point otherwise?

-Laurie Beechman, as quoted in The Washington Post, 1996

articles from magazines and newspapers
New Face:
A Quintuple Threat In "Annie"

The New York Times, September 1977
Broadway column
The New York Times, December 11, 1981
Laurie Beechman: A Star To Be
United Press International, June 5, 1982
People Magazine Item
September 20, 1982
New England Showcase
United Press International,March 15, 1984
A Winning Actress Plays a Spirited Role
The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 1989
Help in the Fight Against Ovarian Cancer
The New York Times, March 6, 1994
A record career for Laurie Beechman
The Phila. Jewish Exponent, August 5, 1994
Song Of Survival
People Magazine, June 12, 1995
Laurie Beechman Sings For Life
TheaterWeek, September 11, 1995
In Front of and Behind the Curtain
The New York Times, April 28, 1996
Tales of a Trouper
Daily News, July 7, 1996
The Ballad of Laurie Beechman
The Washington Post, October 6, 1996
Reviews of the CD, No One is Alone compiled from People, Show Music, Entertainment Weekly. 1996
Memories of Cats
reprinted from Playbill and Playbill Online, May 1997 and In Theater, September 19, 1997
A Collision of her roles in life, on stage
The Philadelphia Inquirer, June 19, 1997

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