‘An American in Paris,’ ‘Fun Home,’ and ‘Wolf Hall’ swept Tuesday’s Tony nominations, showing voters wanting to reward more sophisticated material than simple razzle dazzle.
The revision of Garson Kanin’s valedictory comedy Peccadillo, which marked the Broadway debut of diva Renée Fleming, will close on Sunday. It opened close to the deadline for Tony nominations and came away empty-handed, following indifferent...Show More Summary
Actress Sydney Lucas held nothing back on Tuesday morning as she celebrated the announcement of her first Tony nomination. According to a post on her Twitter page, the 11-year-old Fun Home actress was so excited that she decided to do cartwheels and handstands. Show More Summary
The Big City Book Club will meet online tonight at 6:30 Eastern time to discuss Russell Shorto’s book, "The Island at the Center of the World," a selection nominated by readers.
Tony Nominations by Production “An American in Paris” – 12; “Fun Home” – 12; “Something Rotten!” – 10; “The King and I” – 9; “Wolf Hall Parts One & Two” – 8; “Skylight” - 7; “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” – 6; “Hand to God” – 5; “On the Twentieth Century” – […]
“Fun Home,” the moving new musical with a book and lyrics by Lisa Korn, music by Jeanine Tesori and the subject of the early family life of lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel, was nominated for a 2014-15 best musical Tony Award Tuesday, where it will compete against “The Visit,” a macabre musical...
Hailee Steinfeld, who years ago received an Oscar nomination for her work in TRUE GRIT and will soon be seen in BARELY LETHAN and PITCH PERFECT 2, has joined BREAK MY HEART 1000 TIMES, an adaption of the book of the same name written by Daniel Waters (screenwriter of HEATHERS and BATMAN RETURNS). Show More Summary
The annual nominations for Tony Awards, which honor excellence in Broadway productions, were announced Tuesday morning. Tony winner and Weeds star Mary-Louise Parker and actor Bruce Willis hosted a special televised program, broadcast...Show More Summary
The musical, based on Alison Bechdel’s acclaimed 2006 graphic memoir, scored 12 Tony Award nominations, including Best Musical.
The 2015 Tony Award nominations were announced earlier this morning by Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker, with musicals An American in Paris and Fun Home leading the way with twelve chances each. The play with the most nominations is Wolf Hall Parts One & Two, which came in second of all titles with [...]
Making the leap from screen to stage continues to pay off! Bradley Cooper, Mad Men's Elisabeth Moss and The Affair's Ruth Wilson are among the actors who scored Tony nominations Tuesday. Cooper is nominated in the Leading Actor in aShow More Summary
Here. She seems a nice person and a formidable artist with a keen interest in the stage who has really put herself out there with both book and now play. I hope the production wins everything for which it's up.
Reacting to the snub this morning by the Tony nominating committee, which declined to give Finding Neverland any love at all, producer Harvey Weinstein took the high road: "With 27 nominations today for Fun Home, The Elephant Man, The Audience and Wolf Hall, shows that we either co-invested or co-produced, we couldn't be more thrilled. Show More Summary
BY NAVEEN KUMAR Nominations for the 69th annual Tony Awards were announced this morning, with new musicals Fun Home and An American in Paris racking up top honors at 12 nominations each. Alan Cumming and Kristin Chenoweth were also revealed...
Fun Home, the musical based on the award-winning graphic novel by out author Alison Bechdel, lands 12 nominations. read more
The nominees have been announced for the 2015 Tony Awards. Leading the pack are musicals "An American In Paris" and "Fun Home" with 12 nominations apiece. A few notable TV and movie actors have earned their first Tony noms. Bradley Cooper...Show More Summary
The 2015 Tony Award nominations were announced Tuesday morning and there are a number of "Chicago connections." The post Tony Award nominations with a Chicago connection appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Shows can live or die based on today's nominations.
The nominees for the big awards — the Tonys — were announced today and they made it clear which productions they preferred: Fun Home and An American in Paris both got 12 nominations each, followed closely by Something Rotten! with 10, and The King and I with 9. Show More Summary
Broadway has always boasted its share of stars, but this year, they seem even brighter than ever. The nominations for the 2015 Tony Awards were revealed today, and among the luminaries receiving recognition are Bradley Cooper, HelenShow More Summary