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Noll, Dodge & Steggert Talk RAGTIME Noms!

The Tony Awards Nominations were announced this morning on Tuesday, May 4th. The Tony Awards will be broadcast in a live three-hour ceremony from Radio City Music Hall on the CBS television network on Sunday, June 13, 2010.

Click here for the full list of nominations! BroadwayWorld.com will be talking to nominees throughout the day so keep checking back!

Click here for the complete list of Tony Reactions being updated throughout the day!

"I'm in complete shock!  I never read my reviews and I always heard that Tony nominations are skewed towards shows that are still running by the end of the season so for a show that closed 5 months ago to be recognized is such a great surprise.  I was a little stressed out about the whole thing and was determined not to get up early. I just put my phone nest to my bed and sure enough, it started ringing. It was my sweet, sweet aunt who called to tell me.  Today, I celebrate
with rehearsal for my new show at Lincoln Center and then with a few good drinks tonight!"
Bobby Steggert, nominee for Best Featured Actor in a Musical for RAGTIME

"I was in the closet pulling gowns when I got the call!  I'm going to London to sing with Julie Andrews so i was trying to figure out what to pack.  I was completely surprised by the nomination. I am completely thrilled for the whole production - Bobby, Marcia, everyone, to be recognized. This has been a brilliant surprise and I'm really happy.  I am trying to savor this now before I have to hit the ground running in London."
Christiane Noll, nominee for Best Leading Actress in a Musical for RAGTIME

"I am surprised and so, so happy.  We were hoping to be recognized by the Tony committee and after the Drama Desk nominations came out we were a little more hopeful to be remembered.  One of the producers actually said to me that they hoped that the Tony committee drank from
same well as the Drama Desk.  It is certainly nice to be recognized and remembered when there are shows are still running.  We are so proud of work we did and this is my dream come true, really.  I first spoke with my husband when the news came out and we listened to the
rest of nominations together. Then I called my parents who have struggling with me for 30 years, waiting for me to come back to Detroit and give this whole thing up!  I think now they finally feel
it's all worth it!"
Marcia Milgrom Dodge, nominee for Best Director of a Musical for RAGTIME

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