Danny Apolinar, 61, a composer and performer who helped...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

March 28, 1995

Danny Apolinar, 61, a composer and performer who helped write the 1960s rock musical "Your Own Thing," died Thursday of kidney failure in New York. He and Hal Hester wrote the music and lyrics for the 1968 off-Broadway musical, a satire loosely based on Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." It won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award as best musical and ran for three years in New York.

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