Began an 18-year run of "Starlight Express" in London's West End (opened on Broadway in 1987, but had a limited run)
Produced the stage musical "Bombay Dreams" with Indian composer A. R. Rahman; opened on Broadway in 2004
Wrote the musical, "Aspects of Love," with lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart; original production was directed by Trevor Nunn (had a limited run on Broadway)
Norman Jewison directed a film adaptation of Webber's "Jesus Christ Superstar"
Revival of "Jesus Christ Superstar" opened on Broadway
With Don Black, wrote the song "Amigos Para Siempre - Friends for Life" for the Barcelona Olympics; performed by ex-wife Sarah Brightman
Collaborated with Ben Elton on the stage musical, "The Beautiful Game," which opened in London's West End
Collaborated with his cellist brother Julian on the album, <i>Variations</i>, based on the 24th Caprice by Paganini; main theme is still used as the theme tune for ITV1's long-running "South Bank Show"
Had rare failure with musical "Jeeves"; written in collaboration with Alan Ayckbourn; show later re-tooled and produced under the title "By Jeeves"
Wrote the poorly received "Requiem," which was first performed at St. Thomas Church in New York
First major collaboration with lyricist Tim Rice, "The Likes of Us," a musical based on the true story of Thomas John Barnardo; was not performed until as recently as 2005
Published first composition, "The Toy Theatre Suite"
Wrote a musical based on Billy Wilder's critically acclaimed movie, "Sunset Boulevard"; had an extensive run in London's West End and opened on Broadway in 1995
Collaborated with Rice once again for "Evita" (transferred to Broadway in 1979)
First Broadway production, "Jesus Christ Superstar"; lyrics by Tim Rice
First film as composer, "Gumshoe"; directed by Stephen Frears
First West End production, "Jesus Christ Superstar"
Produced the film adaptation of "The Phantom of the Opera"; film earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Picture (Musical or Comedy) and Webber received Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for Best Original Song "Learn to be Lonely"
Commissioned by RCA to write opera based on single, "Jesus Christ Superstar"; enjoyed great success as double album in 1970
Premiered the musical, "The Phantom of the Opera" in London; wrote the part of Christine for his then wife, Sarah Brightman; Lyrics by Charles Hart
Produced the London revival of the stage musical, "The Sound of Music"
Re-teamed with Tim Rice for the song "You Must Love Me" for the feature film, "Evita"; directed by Alan Parker and starred Madonna
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Wrote first full-scale musical, "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"; lyrics by Tim Rice
Collaborated with poet T. S. Eliot for "Cats," which opened in London's West End (opened on Broadway in 1982)
West End revival of "Sunset Boulevard"
Broadway revival of "Sunset Boulevard"