Two Gentlemen of Verona (musical)

Two Gentlemen Of Verona (musical)

Two Gentlemen of Verona is a rock musical, with a book by John Guare and Mel Shapiro, lyrics by Guare and music by Galt MacDermot, based on the Shakespeare comedy of the same name.

The original Broadway production, in 1971, won the Tony Awards for Best Musical and Best Book. A London production followed in 1973. The Public Theater revived the piece in 2005.

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Two Gentlemen Of Verona (musical) - Awards and Nominations - Original Broadway Production
... Year Award Category Nominee Result 1972 Tony Award Best MusicalWon Best Book of a MusicalJohn Guare and Mel Shapiro Won Best Original Score Galt MacDermot and John Guare ... Aldredge Nominated Drama Desk Award Outstanding Book of a MusicalJohn Guare and Mel Shapiro Won Outstanding Performance Raul Julia Won Jonelle Allen Won ...

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