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Off-Broadway and awards
Off-Broadway shows, performers, and creative staff are eligible for awards from the New York Drama Critics ' Circle Award, the Outer Circle Critics Award, the Drama Desk Award, the Obie Award ( presented since 1956 by The Village Voice ), the Lucille Lortel Award ( created in 1985 by the League of Off-Broadway Theatres & Producers ), and the Drama League Award.
Along with composer / co-librettist Robert S. Cohen, he wrote Suburb, which was nominated for Outer Critics ' Circle and Drama League awards for Best Off-Broadway Musical in 2001.
The Obie Awards or Off-Broadway Theater Awards are annual awards given by The Village Voice newspaper to theatre artists and groups in New York City.
Other awards for Off-Broadway theatre are the Lucille Lortel Awards, the Drama Desk Awards, the Drama League Award, and the Outer Critics Circle Awards.
First produced Off-Broadway, the play soon moved on to Broadway at the Booth Theater and won a number of awards, including the Obie Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, and the AUDELCO Award.
The Scottsboro Boys was nominated for six awards, including Best Off-Broadway musical.
Other winners included: Outstanding New Broadway Play-Red and Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play-The Orphans ' Home Cycle, which won two awards.

Off-Broadway and include
Other credits Off-Broadway include Travels With My Aunt ( Drama Desk Award / Lucille Lortel Award / Outer Critics Award ), Privates On Parade, The Taming of the Shrew, The Invisible Man, The Music Man, Comedians ( Drama Desk Award nomination and a Lucille Lortel Award nomination ), A Christmas Carol: The Musical, Address Unknown and The Threepenny Opera ( Drama Desk Award / Outer Critics ' Award / The Richard Seff Award and a Tony Award nomination ).
His other early Off-Broadway credits include the role of Doug in the premiere of Michael Shurtleff's Call Me By My Rightful Name on January 31, 1961 at One Sheridan Square and the role of Bob Smith in the premiere of William Snyder's The Days and Nights of BeeBee Fenstermaker on September 17, 1962 until June 9, 1963 at the Sheridan Square Playhouse.
Her Off-Broadway credits include Ron Taylor and Mayor Maggie in Bat Boy The Musical at Union Square Theatre, The Prince and the Pauper at The Lamb's Theatre, O ' Casey Knock at The John Houseman Theatre, Tango Ballad at The Actor's Studio and A Broadway's Diva Christmas at the Julia Miles Theatre.
Her other theatre credits include the Off-Broadway production of Abe Lincoln in Illinois with Hal Holbrook in 1963, Many Loves, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll, and Nite Club Confidential.
Meola's non-soccer ventures include trying out as a placekicker with NFL's New York Jets in July 1994, appearing Off-Broadway in Tony and Tina's Wedding in 1995, and running his own mortgage firm.
Kuhn's Off-Broadway and regional theater credits in this period include: As Thousands Cheer in 1998 Off-Broadway at the Drama Dept., Greenwich House Theater ; Strike up the Band in 1998 Off-Broadway Encores!
His theatre credits include David Marshall Grant's Snakebit ( Off-Broadway at the Century Center and in Los Angeles at the Coast Playhouse ), South Coast Repertory ( Noises Off, Taking Steps, The Real Thing ), The Antaeus Company ( Peace In Our Time, The Malcontent, Cousin Bette, Tonight at 8: 30, Sinan Unel's Pera Palas ), Black Dahlia Theatre ( Jonathan Tolins ' Secrets of the Trade, Richard Kramer's Theater District, both directed by Matt Shakman ), The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble ( Bach at Leipzig, Small Tragedy ), L. A. Theatre Works ( The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial ), and Pasadena Playhouse ( If Memory Serves ).
Awards include an Emmy nomination, the American Alliance for Theatre and Education Distinguished Play Award for Best Adaptation, the AT & T Onstage Award, National Theatre Conference Playwriting Award, an NEA Playwright in Residence Grant, the AATE Distinguished Play Award for Best Adaptation, two TCG Extended Collaboration Grants, Aristophanes Award for Best Off-Broadway Comedy, First Place in the Southwest Festival of New Plays, Heideman Finalist for Actors Theatre Louisville, Best of the CATCO Shorts Festival, the Cleveland Arts Prize, a Cuyahoga Arts and Culture Creative Workforce Fellowship, and four Ohio Arts Individual Excellence Awards.
Off-Broadway, she has appeared in Three Sisters and Talking Heads, and her Broadway credits include On the Twentieth Century, the 1979 revival of Oklahoma!
Additionally, her many accomplishments include: a singer / dancer who entertained the troops in Lebanon with Bob Hope ; an actress who has appeared in over 60 feature films, TV films and miniseries ; the star of three Off-Broadway plays ; an award-winning playwright for the first theatrical adaptation of They Shoot Horses, Don ’ t They ; an inspirational teacher of at-risk youth behind prison walls ; a member of the Board of Directors of the Congressional Awards confirmed by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States ; a Special Ambassador to Children for the United Nations and author of the book published by Simon & Schuster entitled, Let the Magic Begin.
Off-Broadway roles include John Guare ’ s play Landscape of the Body at the Signature Theatre, for which she received a 2006 Obie Award and a Lucille Lortel Award and was a Drama League honoree.
Her Off-Broadway credits include Mayo Simon's two-person play These Men ( 1980 ) and Terrence McNally's It's Only a Play ( 1982 ).
Winners include One Man, Two Guvnors as Outstanding New Broadway Play, Once as Outstanding New Broadway Musical, Sons of the Prophet by Stephen Karam as Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play, and Michael John LaChiusa's Queen of the Mist as Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical.
King is a member of the Joseph Jefferson Theatre Company, and her professional credits include summer stock and Off-Broadway productions.

Off-Broadway and two
In 1998 Saturday Night received a professional recording, followed by a revised version with two new songs and an Off-Broadway run at Second Stage Theatre in 2000 and a full British premiere with the new songs in 2009 at London's Jermyn Street Theatre.
During 1960, Herman also met playwright Tad Mosel and the two men collaborated on an Off-Broadway musical adaptation of Mosel's 1953 television play, Madame Aphrodite.
Voice Lessons, however, with its original cast intact, went on to two more runs-one Off-Broadway in May 2010, and another in Hollywood in May 2011.
O ' Malley is a playwright with two of his plays, Three Years from Thirty and Diverting Devotion, having been published and produced Off-Broadway.
The original Off-Broadway production ran for a limited three and 1 / 2-week run, which included two 1 / 2 weeks of previews at the WPA Theater in 1995.
From 1962 to 1963, Elizondo studied dance at the Ballet Arts Company at Carnegie Hall and in 1963 he landed parts in two Off-Broadway shows: Kill the One-Eyed Man and The Great White Hope.
Currently, Benni is developing two Off-Broadway hits into films, Forever Plaid, the musical written by Stuart Ross, and Beau Jest, the stage play written by James A. Sherman.
She first gained wide recognition in 1978 for two theatrical productions, Uncommon Women and Others, the breakthrough play by Wendy Wasserstein in which she appeared in a 1977 workshop at the Eugene O ' Neill Theater Center and then Off-Broadway, and the musical A History of the American Film for which she won a Drama Desk Award.
He has appeared on stage in two Broadway productions, The Happy Time and Applause ( musical ) as well as Off-Broadway in Fighting International Fat at the Playwrights Horizons.
as well as its New York City premiere at the Nicu's Spoon Theater Company, where it later moved to an Off-Broadway premiere and garnered two NY Innovative Theater Award nominations.

Off-Broadway and nominations
The show has its New York premiere at the New World Stages in April 2009 and won the 2009 Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Musical and an additional 18 nominations from the Drama League, Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel Awards ( including Best Musical ) and five Dora Award Nominations ( the Canadian equivalent of the Tony Award ) including Best Musical and a win for Best Actress in a Musical.
The production received seven Drama Desk Award nominations, including Outstanding Musical, and won the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Musical ; Esparza won an Obie Award for his performance.
The play received a nomination for the Lucille Lortel Award, Outstanding Lead Actor ( Bryggman ), and nominations for the Outer Critics Circle Award, Outstanding Off-Broadway Play and Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play ( Bryggman ).

Off-Broadway and for
A cappella has been used as the sole orchestration for original works of Musical Theater that have had commercial runs Off-Broadway ( theaters in New York City with 99 to 500 seats ) only three times.
In his autobiography, Just One More Thing ( 2006 ), Falk said that his selection for the film from thousands of other Off-Broadway actors was a " miracle " that " made my career " and that without it, he would not have gotten the other significant movie roles that he later played.
* In 1956, Lotte Lenya won a Tony Award for her role as Jenny in Blitzstein's somewhat softened version of The Threepenny Opera, which played Off-Broadway at the Theater de Lys in Greenwich Village for a total of 2, 707 performances.
*** Off-Broadway – professional venue in New York City with a seating capacity between 100 and 499, and for a specific production of a play, musical or revue.
*** Off-Off-Broadway – theaters in New York City that have fewer than 100 seats, though the term can be used for any show in the New York City area that has neither an Off-Broadway nor a Broadway contract.
Minnelli began performing professionally at age 17, in 1963, in an Off-Broadway revival of the musical Best Foot Forward, for which she received the Theatre World Award.
Merritt penned the music and lyrics for a 2009 Off-Broadway stage musical of " Coraline ", based on the novel by Neil Gaiman.
She also performed the lead role in an Off-Broadway production called Our Leading Lady written by Charles Busch in which she earned a nomination from the Drama League for her performance.
The contractual definition changed this to encompass theatres meeting the standard, which is beneficial to these theatres because of the lower minimum required salary for Actors ' Equity performers at Off-Broadway theatres as compared with the salary requirements of the union for Broadway theatres.
According to Bloom and Vlastnik, the Off-Broadway movement started in the 1950s, as a reaction to the " perceived commercialism of Broadway " and provided an " outlet for a new generation " of creative artists.
Although Off-Broadway shows are not eligible for Tony Awards, an exception was made in 1956 ( before the rules were changed ), when Lotte Lenya won for " Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical ", for the Off-Broadway production of The Threepenny Opera.
Gary Richard Burghoff ( born May 24, 1943 ) is an American actor, known for playing Charlie Brown in the 1967 Off-Broadway musical You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, and the character Corporal Walter Eugene " Radar " O ' Reilly in the M * A * S * H movie and TV series.
Washington shared a 1982 Distinguished Ensemble Performance Obie Award for playing Private First Class Melvin Peterson in the Off-Broadway Negro Ensemble Company production A Soldier's Play which premiered November 20, 1981.
After performing in summer stock and teaching English as a substitute teacher in the Bronx, she began her performing career in 1968, appearing for a year Off-Broadway with the improvisational group, The Fourth Wall.

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