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2012 Award Season

Posted on: May 1st, 2012 by Roundabout

 

* = Winner

Tony Award Nominations:

Don't Dress for Dinner
Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play - Spencer Kayden
Best Costume Design of a Play - William Ivey Long

Man and Boy
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play - Frank Langella

The Road to Mecca
Best Lighting Design of a Play - Peter Kaczorowski

Full list of nominees.

Jennifer Tilly, Ben Daniels, and Spencer Kayden in 'Don't Dress for Dinner'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2012

Drama Desk Nominations:

Death Takes a Holiday
Outstanding Musical
Outstanding Actor in a Musical – Kevin Earley
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Matt Cavenaugh
Outstanding Director of a Musical – Doug Hughes
Outstanding Music – Maury Yeston
Outstanding Lyrics – Maury Yeston
Outstanding Book of a Musical - Thomas Meehan and Peter Stone
Outstanding Costume Design – Catherine Zuber
Outstanding Lighting Design – Kenneth Posner
Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical – Jon Weston
Outstanding Orchestrations - Larry Hochman

Sons of the Prophet
Outstanding Actor in a Play – Santino Fontana
Sam Norkin Off Broadway Award – Stephen Karam: The profoundly moving Sons of the Prophet confirmed his status as one of the most promising playwrights of his generation.

The Road to Mecca
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play – Jim Dale

Full list of nominees.

Jim Dale, Carla Gugino, and Rosemary Harris in 'The Road to Mecca'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2011

Drama League Nominations:

Sons of the Prophet
Distinguished Performance Award: Santino Fontana

Man and Boy
Distinguished Performance Award: Frank Langella

The Road to Mecca
Distinguished Performance Award: Rosemary Harris

Look Back in Anger
Distinguished Revival of a Play
Distinguished Performance Award: Matthew Rhys

Read the full list of nominees.

Adam Driver, Sarah Goldberg, and Matthew Rhys in 'Look Back in Anger'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2012

Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations:

Death Takes a Holiday
Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical
Outstanding New Score (Broadway of Off-Broadway)
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical — Rebecca Luker

Sons of the Prophet
*Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play
Outstanding Actor in a Play — Santino Fontana
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play — Joanna Gleason

Don't Dress for Dinner
*Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play — Spencer Kayden
Outstanding Costume Design (Play or Musical) — William Ivey Long

Read the full list of nominees.

Rebecca Luker, Michael Sibbery and the cast of 'Death Takes a Holiday'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2011

New York Drama Critics' Circle Awards:

Sons of the Prophet
*Best Play

Full list of awards.

Lucille Lortel Award Nominations:

Death Takes a Holiday
Outstanding Costume Design — Catherine Zuber

Sons of the Prophet
*Outstanding Play
*Outstanding Lead Actor — Santino Fontana

Look Back in Anger
Outstanding Revival
Outstanding Director — Sam Gold
*Outstanding Featured Actor — Adam Driver
Outstanding Scenic Design — Andrew Lieberman

Read the full list of nominees.

Jonathan Louis Dent, Chris Perfetti, Santino Fontana and Yusef Bulos in 'Sons of the Prophet'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2011


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Roundabout Roundup: Looking Back at ‘Man and Boy’

Posted on: November 28th, 2011 by Roundabout

 

Full Cast Announced for Man and Boy
July 25th, 2011

We are pleased to announce the full cast joining star and three-time Tony Award® winner Frank Langella as “Gregor Antonescu” in Terence Rattigan’s drama Man and Boy, directed by Maria Aitken.

The cast will also feature Adam Driver as “Basil Anthony”, Francesca Faridany as “Countess Antonescu”, Zach Grenier as “Mark Herries”, Brian Hutchison as “David Beeston”, Virginia Kull as “Carol Penn”, Michael Siberry as “Sven Johnson”.

Read the entire article.

On the Marquee: Man and Boy
August 18, 2011

The marquee for Man and Boy is up at the American Airlines Theatre!

'Man and Boy' Marquee outside the American Airlines Theatre


Man and Boy
Opens
October 9, 2011

Man and Boy opened on October 9, 2011 at the American Airlines Theatre to great acclaim. Read the Review Roundup.

Man and Boy Ends Limited Engagement
November 27, 2011

"Three-time Tony Award winner Frank Langella wraps up his run as corrupt international financier Gregor Antonescu in Man and Boy Nov. 27 at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre. Terence Rattigan's 1963 character study opened Oct. 9 as a limited engagement by Roundabout Theatre Company. The "boy" at hand is Gregor's estranged son, played by Adam Driver.

Previews began Sept. 9. By close, it will have played 92 performances. Maria Aitken (The 39 Steps) directs. Langella got an embrace from critics for his juicy turn as a poisonous capitalist who would sell his son if he could." - Playbill.com

Read the entire article.

Adam Driver and Frank Langella in 'Man and Boy'; Photo Credit: Joan Marcus, 2011


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2011-2012 Season, Man and Boy, Roundabout Roundup


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Review Roundup: Man and Boy

Posted on: October 12th, 2011 by Roundabout

 

The New York Times
The Art of Wreaking Havoc With Other People’s Money
Ben Brantley

When Frank Langella plays good, he’s fine; but when he’s bad, he’s a wonder. Having ditched the halo he wore as the sainted Sir Thomas More in “A Man for All Seasons” in 2008, Mr. Langella—the only actor to star on Broadway as both Dracula and Richard Nixon—has stepped back into the dark side in style. And this time he’s a villain that New York audiences should really love to hate: a soulless financier who wreaks havoc with other people’s money.”

Full review.

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2011-2012 Season, Man and Boy, Roundabout Roundup


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