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BWW Exclusive: Meet 2020 Tony Nominee and Carnegie Mellon University Alumna, Jamie deRoy

Jamie is a producer who earned four nominations in three different categories.

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Below, meet 2020 Tony nominee Jamie deRoy, a 1967 Carnegie Mellon alumna, who received a total of four nominations in three categories: The Inheritance and Slave Play (Best Play); Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune (Best Revival of a Play); and Tina - The Tina Turner Musical (Best Musical).

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