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The Tony Awards Aug 22
The Tony Award stands just over 9" tall including its pedestal and base, which is 4" square. Just in case you ever need to measure out a space on your mantle.
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Carnegie Mellon Aug 21
How has a theater educator inspired your imagination? CMU and want to hear from you! Submissions are open for the 2020 Excellence in Theatre Education Award. Go to for more info.
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The Tony Awards Aug 21
How cool that 4 of 6 nominees for Guest Actress in a Drama Series are past winners: Cherry Jones, Jessica Lange, Phylicia Rashad, and ! Watch the 's on September 22.
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The Tony Awards Aug 17
Make this album the soundtrack of your summer! The 2019 Season Album from . Now on iTunes:
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The Broadway League Aug 16
Get to know the musicals coming to Broadway this fall!
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The Tony Awards Aug 15
That time when read from 's memoir during a commercial break at the 2010 .
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The Tony Awards Aug 14
Two dozen shows are offering 2-for-1 tix during , Sept. 3-16. See a past -winning/nominated show, or a 2020 Tony hopeful! Tickets on sale now:
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The Tony Awards Aug 13
The 2019 Best Musical is coming to your town beginning in Fall 2020!
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The Tony Awards Aug 8
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The Tony Awards Aug 8
Now that the ENTIRE Cast Album has dropped, we're listening on repeat.....
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The Tony Awards Aug 7
Summer is a great time to start your submission for next year's Excellence in Theatre Education Award from the & . Get info at . Here's the 2019 winner, Madeline Michel of Monticello HS in Charlottesville, VA.
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The Tony Awards Aug 6
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Thanks to everyone who pointed out that Walter Matthau played Horace, not Martin Landau. We goofed!
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The Tony Awards Aug 4
The 50th anniversary screening of Hello, Dolly! comes to movie theatres Aug 11 & 14 via . Barbra Streisand stars with -winners Martin Landau as Horace Vandergelder, Michael Crawford as Cornelius Hackl & Tommy Tune as Ambrose Kemper.
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AmericanTheatreWing Jul 31
We will always remember Hal Prince, a true champion of the American Theatre.
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The Broadway League Jul 31
The Broadway community mourns the loss of Broadway legend Harold Prince. To commemorate his life and work, the Committee of Theatre Owners will dim the lights of Broadway theatres in New York tonight at 7:45pm for exactly one minute.
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The Tony Awards Jul 31
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Best Direction of a Musical 1988 -The Phantom of the Opera Best Direction of a Musical 1995 - Show Boat Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre 2006
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The Tony Awards Jul 31
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Best Musical 1973 A Little Night Music (producer) Best Direction of a Musical 1974 - Candide Special Award 1974 - Candide (producer) Best Direction of a Musical 1979 - Sweeney Todd Best Direction of a Musical 1980 - Evita (continued)
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The Tony Awards Jul 31
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Best Direction of a Musical 1967 - Cabaret Best Musical 1967 - Cabaret (producer) Best Direction of a Musical 1971 - Company Best Musical 1971 - Company (producer) Best Direction of a Musical 1972 - Follies Special Award 1972 - Fiddler on the Roof (continued)
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The Tony Awards Jul 31
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Best Musical 1963 - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (producer) Best Producer of a Musical 1963 - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Best Musical 1965 - Fiddler on the Roof (producer) Best Producer of a Musical 1965 - Fiddler on the Roof (continued)
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The Tony Awards Jul 31
Harold Prince was a director and producer, and a giant on . His loss is unfathomable. Here are his 21 : Best Musical 1955 - The Pajama Game (producer) Best Musical 1956 - Damn Yankees (producer) Best Musical 1960 - Fiorello! (producer) (continued)
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