After completing work on another film masterpiece, 1953's The Band Wagon, Comden and Green returned their focus to Broadway, reuniting with Bernstein for Wonderful Town; an extended collaboration with Jule Styne yielded a series of hits, including Two on the Aisle, Peter Pan, Hallelujah, Baby!, and Bells Are Ringing, the latter featuring fellow Revuers alum Tuvim (or, as she was now much better known, Judy Holliday). 1955's It's Always Fair Weather closed out the duo's long run at MGM and they moved to Warner Bros. for 1958's Auntie Mame, concurrently co-starring in their own two-person stage show. 1964's satirical What a Way to Go was their final screen collaboration and in the decades to follow, their stage projects appeared less frequently as well, although 1970's Applause and 1978's On the Twentieth Century recaptured the glories of their past. With 1991's The Will Rogers Follies, Comden and Green returned to their rightful prominence, earning a Tony Award for their efforts; that same year, they were also announced as recipients of the annual Kennedy Center Honors. Additionally, she is a member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Theatre Hall of Fame and in 1995, Comden published her autobiography Off Stage.