Winner of 21 Tony Awards, Harold ‘Hal’ Prince died today after a brief illness at the age of 91. Responsible for some of the biggest Broadway hits such as Phantom of the Opera, Cabaret, Sweeney Todd, and West Side Story the director and producer told the AP in an old interview:

‘I don’t do a lot of analyzing of why I do something. ‘It’s all instinct.’

We’re all going to miss his instinct.