Tony Award Winner

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Terrence McNally - Awards
1975 Drama Desk Award Nomination, Outstanding New American Play (The Ritz) 1992 Drama Desk Award Nomination, Outstanding New Play (The Lisbon Traviata) 1992 Drama Desk Award Winner ...
List Of Brown University People - Notable Alumni and Leaders of Brown - Performing Arts - Theater
... Water by the Spoonful, In the Heights (Tony Award winner for Best Musical), Elliot, a Soldier's Fugue Kate Burton (A.B. 1979) - actress nominated for three Tony Awards also on Grey's Anatomy as Dr. 1967) - actor, two-time Tony Award winner for City of Angels (1992) and Chicago (1996) also featured in films such as The Paper Chase (1973), The Glass Menagerie (1987 ...
Billy Elliot The Musical Casts - New York - Billy Elliot
... Cast Kiril Kulish 1 October 3 ... October 2009 Ballet 2009 Tony Award Winner, Performed as Tall Boy ... Álvarez 2 October 3 ... January 2010 Ballet 2009 Tony Award Winner, Performed as Tall Boy ... Trent Kowalik 8 October 7 ... March 2010 Ballet/Irish Step 2009 Tony Award Winner ...
Long-running Musical Theatre Productions - Longest-running Musicals On Broadway and The West End
... West End musical in history) 6,680 on Broadway) (1987 Tony Award winner nominated for 12 Tony Awards and won eight) The Phantom of the Opera, 1986 London, 1988 Broadway m Andrew Lloyd Webber, l ... Trevor Nunn ("Memory") (8,300+ in London (some references say 8,949) 7,485 on Broadway) (1983 Tony Award winner) Starlight Express, 1984 London, 1987 Broadway, 1988 Bochum, Germany, m Andrew Lloyd Webber, l ... musical in history, until beaten by Cats) (1976 Tony Award winner) Oh! Calcutta!, 1969 Broadway, 1970 London, m Peter Schickele (aka “PDQ Bach ...

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