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Chenoweth, Feldshuh, Bierko Among Presenters For 65th Annual Theatre World Awards
by BWW News Desk - May 28, 2009

Theatre World Awards for Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut performances during the 2008-2009 theatrical season will be presented by former Theatre World Award winners, including: Craig Bierko (The Music Man, 2000), Daniel Breaker(Passing Strange, 2008), Kristin Chenoweth (Steel Pier, 1997), Tovah Feldshuh (Yentl, 1976),Susan Kellermann (Last Licks, 1980), Loretta Ables Sayre (South Pacific, 2008), and John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, 2004). (more...)

Photo Coverage: 65t Annual Theatre World Awards - Backstage: The Men
by Walter McBride - Jun 3, 2009

Theatre World Awards for Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut performances during the 2008-2009 theatrical season were presented by former Theatre World Award winners, including: Craig Bierko (The Music Man, 2000), Daniel Breaker(Passing Strange, 2008), Kristin Chenoweth (Steel Pier, 1997), Tovah Feldshuh (Yentl, 1976),Susan Kellermann (Last Licks, 1980), Loretta Ables Sayre (South Pacific, 2008), and John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, 2004). (more...)

Photo Coverage: 65th Annual Theatre World Awards - Backstage: The Ladies
by Walter McBride - Jun 3, 2009

Theatre World Awards for Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut performances during the 2008-2009 theatrical season were presented by former Theatre World Award winners, including: Craig Bierko (The Music Man, 2000), Daniel Breaker(Passing Strange, 2008), Kristin Chenoweth (Steel Pier, 1997), Tovah Feldshuh (Yentl, 1976),Susan Kellermann (Last Licks, 1980), Loretta Ables Sayre (South Pacific, 2008), and John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, 2004). (more...)

Photo Coverage: 65th Annual Theatre World Awards at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre - Ceremony
by Walter McBride - Jun 3, 2009

The Theatre World Awards presentation were held at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 261 West 47th Street, in an invitation-only ceremony, Tuesday, June 2, 2009. Peter Filichia was host, Barry Keating directed, and Scott Denny, Kati Meister, and Erin Oestreich were the event's producers. (more...)

Photo Coverage: 65th Annual Theatre World Awards - Ceremony Part 2
by Walter McBride - Jun 3, 2009

The Theatre World Awards presentation were held at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, 261 West 47th Street, in an invitation-only ceremony, Tuesday, June 2, 2009. Peter Filichia was host, Barry Keating directed, and Scott Denny, Kati Meister, and Erin Oestreich were the event's producers. BroadwayWorld's cameras were there for every moment of the starry celebration! (more...)

Photo Coverage: 65th Annual Theatre World Awards - Ceremony Part 3
by Walter McBride - Jun 3, 2009

Theatre World Awards for Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut performances during the 2008-2009 theatrical season were presented by former Theatre World Award winners, including: Craig Bierko (The Music Man, 2000), Daniel Breaker(Passing Strange, 2008), Kristin Chenoweth (Steel Pier, 1997), Tovah Feldshuh (Yentl, 1976),Susan Kellermann (Last Licks, 1980), Loretta Ables Sayre (South Pacific, 2008), and John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, 2004). (more...)

65th Annual Theatre World Awards Presented 6/2
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2009

Theatre World Awards for Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut performances during the 2008-2009 theatrical season will be presented by former Theatre World Award winners, including: Craig Bierko (The Music Man, 2000), Daniel Breaker(Passing Strange, 2008), Kristin Chenoweth (Steel Pier, 1997), Tovah Feldshuh (Yentl, 1976),Susan Kellermann (Last Licks, 1980), Loretta Ables Sayre (South Pacific, 2008), and John Tartaglia (Avenue Q, 2004). (more...)

Sheen Talks Return to THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES to Los Angeles Times
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2010

In a story in the Los Angeles Times, veteran actor Martin Sheen is profiled for his current work in the Center Theatre Group production of 'The Subject Was Roses' helmed by Neil Pepe and currently in previews at the Mark Taper Theatre in Los Angeles. The play is familiar territory for Sheen who, 46 years ago, acted in the production during its run on Broadway when at the time Sheen played the role of the son; he is now playing the fathe (more...)

Sheen Begins Performances in THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES at LA Music Center, 2/10
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2010

Martin Sheen is returning to the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play that brought him a Tony Award nomination in 1964, and join with Frances Conroy and Brian Geraghty in 'The Subject Was Roses' by Frank D. Gilroy. Previews begin today. (more...)

Martin Sheen to Return to Stage in 'The Subject Was Roses' with Conroy & Geraghty at LA Music Center
by BWW - Dec 21, 2009

Martin Sheen will return to the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play that brought him a Tony Award nomination in 1964, and join with Frances Conroy and Brian Geraghty in 'The Subject Was Roses' by Frank D. Gilroy, it was announced today by Center Theatre Group Artistic Director Michael Ritchie. 'The Subject Was Roses' replaces the previously announced 'Speed-the-Plow' by David Mamet as the first production in the Taper's 2010 season at the Los Angeles Music Center, February 10 through March 21, 2010. Opening is set for February 21. (more...)