The Laurie Beechman Website
  Remembering Laurie

As the new year began, I remember thinking, 'I feel great. Life is wonderful. Wouldn't it be great to be in love?' Then in March 1992 a friend invited me to New York City for Neil's birthday party. . . we'd been friends for 10 years. I hadn't seen him for a while and at his party, we fell in love. It was an enchanted courtship. We got married in October and (took a) honeymoon in Paris. . .

-Laurie Beechman, People Magazine 1995



misc. remembrances
  • Talkin' Broadway tribute in the On the Rialto column for March 12, 1998, which features text by Bruce Kimmel as well as by the webmaster of this site.
  • Playbill Online's lovely tribute by Andrew Gans from his March 13 Diva Talk column
  • Laurie Beechman: A never-to-be forgotten voice of Inspiration- a fond rememberance of Laurie by Rabbi Ben Kamin in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 6 1998.
  • A Technicolor Life- an article on Laurie's life by Michael Elkin in The Philadelphia Jewish Exponent, March 12 1998.
  • Andrew Gans' April 9, 1998 Diva Talk column describing Laurie's memorial
  • Information on the documentary "Listen to Her Heart: The Life and Music of Laurie Beechman" can be found on the website of director Gaylen Ross by clicking on "Broadcast/Film" and navigating to the film's title.
  • You could spend hours getting lost in the lovely memories contained in Volume I, Volume II, Volume III, and Volume IV of the Guestbook on this site. When you are done reading about the many ways in which Laurie touched people's lives, please take a moment to sign volume II and share your own memories as well.

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