James Lapine

James Lapine (born January 10, 1949) is an American stage director and librettist. He has won the Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical three times, for Into the Woods, Falsettos, and Passion. He has frequently collaborated with Stephen Sondheim and William Finn.

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Into The Woods - Productions - Original Broadway Production
... ran for 50 performances under the direction of James Lapine ... The musical was directed by James Lapine, with musical staging by Lar Lubovitch, settings by Tony Straiges, lighting by Richard Nelson, and costumes by Ann Hould-Ward (based on original concepts by Patricia ... ten Tony Awards, and won three Best Score (Stephen Sondheim), Best Book (James Lapine) and Best Actress in a Musical (Joanna Gleason) ...
Drama Desk Award For Outstanding Director Of A Musical - Award Winners and Nominees - 2000s
... Mayer – Thoroughly Modern Millie Nicholas Hytner – Sweet Smell of Success James Lapine – Into the Woods Trevor Nunn – Oklahoma! Scott Schwartz – Tick, Tick.. ... Elaine Stritch At Liberty 2003 Jack O'Brien – Hairspray James Lapine – Amour David Leveaux – Nine Baz Luhrmann – La bohème Joe Mantello – A Man of No Importance Twyla Tharp ... Wolfe – Caroline, or Change 2005 James Lapine – The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Matthew Bourne – Play Without Words Jack Cummings III – The Audience Mark Dornford-May – The ...
William Finn - Work
... and for Best Book, the latter shared with James Lapine ... With Lapine, Finn penned a musical loosely based on his near-death experience following brain surgery, exploring the role of music in his life and recovery ... James Lapine wrote the book and is the director, set design by David Korins, staging by Lapine and Christopher Gattelli ...

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