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Posted on: May 11th, 2015 by Roundabout

 

We're thrilled that On the Twentieth Century is the most nominated revival of the season! Congratulations to all our nominees this awards season.

Tony Award Nominations:

Blog-Award-TonyOn the Twentieth Century - extended through July 19
Best Revival of a Musical
Best Actress in a Musical - Kristin Chenoweth
Best featured Actor in a Musical - Andy Karl
Best Scenic Design of a Musical - David Rockwell
Best Costume Design of Musical - William Ivey Long


Drama Desk Award Nominations:

On the Twentieth Century
Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outstanding Actress in a Musical - Kristin Chenoweth - WIN
Outstanding featured Actor in a Musical - Andy Karl
Outstanding Choreography - Warren Carlyle

Into the Woods
Outstanding Revival of a Musical

Just Jim Dale
Outstanding Revue - WIN


Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations
:

OCC_Logo135On the Twentieth Century
Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outstanding Actress in a Musical - Kristin Chenoweth - WIN
Outstanding Actor in a Musical - Peter Gallagher
Outstanding featured Actor in a Musical - Andy Karl - WIN
Outstanding featured Actress in a Musical - Mary Louise Wilson
Outstanding Director of a Musical - Scott Ellis
Outstanding Choreographer - Warren Carlyle
Outstanding Set Design - David Rockwell
Outstanding Costume Design - William Ivey Long

Into the Woods
Outstanding Revival of a Musical

Just Jim Dale
Outstanding Solo Performance - Jim Dale - WIN

Read the full list of nominees.


Drama League Award Nominations:

DramaLeague_Logo135On the Twentieth Century
Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Distinguished Performance Award - Kristin Chenoweth
Distinguished Performance Award - Andy Karl

Into the Woods
Outstanding Revival of a Musical

The Real Thing
Distinguished Performance Award - Ewan McGregor

Just Jim Dale
Distinguished Performance Award - Jim Dale

Read the full list of nominees.


Lucille Lortel Award Nominations:

LortelAwards_Logo135Into the Woods
Outstanding Revival - WIN
Outstanding Choreographer - Lisa Shriver
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical - Ben Steinfeld
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical - Jennifer Mudge
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical - Andy Grotelueschen
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical - Emily Young
Outstanding Scenic Design - Derek McLane

Indian Ink
Outstanding Revival
Outstanding Costume Design - Candice Donnelly

Just Jim Dale
Outstanding Solo Show

Read the full list of nominees. 


Fred and Adele Astaire Award Nominations:

On the Twentieth Century
Best Choreographer - Warren Carlyle
Best Male Dancer - Phillip Attmore, Rick Faugno, Drew King and Richard Riaz Yoder

Read the full list of nominees.

 


Related Categories:
2014-2015 Season, Indian Ink, Into the Woods, Just Jim Dale, On the Twentieth Century


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Sienna Headshot 2013 credit James D KellyI am thrilled to announce that Sienna Miller will be taking over the role of Sally Bowles, starring opposite Alan Cumming beginning February 17. Sienna made her Broadway debut in our production of After Miss Julie in 2009. She is an immense talent, and can currently be seen on the silver screen in both American Sniper and Foxcatcher. I am so excited she has agreed to return to Roundabout, as Cabaret’s final leading lady!

Sienna Miller will take over for current star Emma Stone, whose final performance is February 15, and play “Sally Bowles” for the final six weeks of the limited engagement through March 29, 2015.

 


Cabaret plays at Studio 54 and is extended through March 29, 2015. For more information and tickets, please visit our website.


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2013-2014 Season, 2014-2015 Season, Cabaret, From Todd Haimes


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Final 12 weeks to see Cabaret on Broadway

Posted on: January 5th, 2015 by Roundabout

 

Emma Stone has extended her acclaimed run as “Sally Bowles” for two weeks through February 15, 2015!

Alan Cumming will continue to star as “Emcee” for the final 12 weeks through March 29, 2015!

We are thrilled to announce Emma Stone has extended her acclaimed run as “Sally Bowles” opposite her fellow 2015 Golden Globe nominee Alan Cumming as “Emcee” until February 15, 2015. Cumming will star in the show for the final 12 weeks of the limited engagement through March 29, 2015 on Broadway.

Casting for a new “Sally Bowles” will be announced shortly.

LR_CabaretES0286rOur Artistic Director, Todd Haimes: “I’ve always said that watching Alan Cumming’s first performance as ‘Emcee’ on Broadway in 1998 was one of the most spectacular moments I’ve ever witnessed in the theater. The experience Roundabout has shared with Alan in Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall’s award-winning production is unique and like nothing else we have had in the organization’s 49 year existence. By bringing back Cabaret and Alan’s iconic performance to our subscribers last year, we were able to share this classic with a new generation of theatregoers. We thank Alan and are so proud of Michelle Williams and Emma Stone’s Broadway debuts and look forward to announcing one more outstanding actress to play opposite Alan before the musical ends its run on March 29th.”


Cabaret plays at Studio 54 and is extended through March 29, 2015. For more information and tickets, please visit our website.


Related Categories:
2014-2015 Season, Cabaret


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