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Howard Da Silva

 
Howard Da Silva Headshot
Date of Birth: August 09, 2022
Date of Death: August 09, 2022 (0)

Stage Credits

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1959
Ben Marino
  [Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 1957
Performer
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1943
Jud Fry
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1938
Performer

Productions

 
[Off-Broadway, 1964]
Director
 
[Broadway, 1947]
Director

Writing

Bookwriter

 

Stage

Performances
  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1959
Ben Marino

  [Off-Broadway]
Original Off-Broadway Production, 1957
Performer

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1943
Jud Fry

  [Broadway]
Original Broadway Production, 1938
Performer

Productions

[Off-Broadway, 1964]
Director

[Broadway, 1947]
Director

Writing
Bookwriter

Howard Da Silva Awards and Nominations

 
Tony Awards - 1960 - Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical
Howard Da Silva, Fiorello!

Howard Da Silva News

ANNIE AND FRANNIE GO TO A FUNERAL Debuts July 13 At Open-Door Playhouse Photo ANNIE AND FRANNIE GO TO A FUNERAL Debuts July 13 At Open-Door Playhouse
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 17, 2022

In this short play, Annie and Frannie Go to a Funeral, just like the title says. The funeral is for Artie, Annie's husband, and her first love. The marriage was not always happy, particularly safter the tragic death of their son. Annie is there to say goodbye. Frannie is there as Annie's friend. But Annie and Frannie are more than friends. Now that Artie will be out of the way, will Annie and Frannie be able to have a life together of their own choosing?

UN D√ćA COMO HOY: OKLAHOMA! se estrenaba en Broadway Photo UN D√ćA COMO HOY: OKLAHOMA! se estrenaba en Broadway
by Cristina Martinez - Apr 7, 2021

La producción original de OKLAHOMA! en Broadway se estrenó el 31 de marzo de 1943 en el St. James Theatre de Nueva York. Fue dirigida por Rouben Mamoulian, coreografiada por Agnes de Mille y protagonizada por Alfred Drake.

UN D√ćA COMO HOY: 1776 se estrenaba en Broadway Photo UN D√ćA COMO HOY: 1776 se estrenaba en Broadway
by Cristina Martinez - Mar 16, 2021

Un 16 de marzo de 1969, el 46th Street Theatre, ahora conocido como Richard Rodgers, 1776 se estrenaba por primera vez en Broadway.

VIDEO: On This Day, March 16- 1776 Opens on Broadway Photo VIDEO: On This Day, March 16- 1776 Opens on Broadway
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 16, 2021

On this day in 1969, American history came to life on Broadway with the original production of 1776.

Theater Stories: The First Rodgers & Hammerstein Collaboration, HELLO, DOLLY! and Mor Photo Theater Stories: The First Rodgers & Hammerstein Collaboration, HELLO, DOLLY! and More About The St. James Theatre!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 12, 2020

Today's Theater Stories features The St. James Theatre! Learn about the first Rodgers and Hammerstein collaboration, which Oscar-winning movie was filmed at the theater, the longest-running show to play the St. James and more!

Did You Know... Our Favorite Fun Facts About the 2019 Tony Nominees! Photo Did You Know... Our Favorite Fun Facts About the 2019 Tony Nominees!
by Alan Henry - Apr 30, 2019

Over the course of each Broadway season, unexpected and unique storylines inevitably pop up. This morning, with the announcement of the 2019 Tony Award nominations, a number of new narratives have come to life.

BWW Flashback: A Look Back on OKLAHOMA's Broadway History Photo BWW Flashback: A Look Back on OKLAHOMA's Broadway History
by Stephi Wild - Apr 7, 2019

Oklahoma! is back on the Great White Way! Oklahoma! is no stranger to Broadway. In fact, it's been here five times before. Take a look back at the Broadway history of this iconic musical!

BWW Interview: Jordan Schneider, Nick Santa Maria of 1776 at La Mirada Theatre For Th Photo BWW Interview: Jordan Schneider, Nick Santa Maria of 1776 at La Mirada Theatre For The Performing Arts
by Cary Ginell - Feb 1, 2019

In McCoy Rigby Entertainment's production of '1776,' director Glenn Casale utilizes a mixture of young and veteran performers. In the show, seasoned actors like James Barbour (Edward Rutledge) and Peter Van Norden (Benjamin Franklin) co-star with young newcomers like Jordan Schneider (Lyman Hall) and Nick McKenna (A Courier). We spoke with Schneider and Nick Santa Maria (John Hancock) in this enlightening interview about auditions, reacting, and listening as an actor.

BWW Review: 1776 at La Mirada Theatre For The Performing Arts Photo BWW Review: 1776 at La Mirada Theatre For The Performing Arts
by Cary Ginell - Jan 31, 2019

A brilliant cast and production highlights McCoy Rigby Entertainment's '1776,' with bravura performances from Andy Umberger (John Adams), Peter Van Norden (Benjamin Franklin) and John Barbour (Edward Rutledge).

BWW Review: Rutanya Alda's MOMMIE DEAREST DIARY a Delicious and Honest Behind the Scenes Look at the 1981 Film
by Don Grigware - Jul 11, 2017

Remember the 1981 film of Christina Crawford's book Mommie Dearest? Do you remember the actress who played Crawford's invaluable and devoted assistant Carol Ann? It was Rutanya Alda, and she's written a day by day diary of the filming of this cult classic. How delicious! All the gossipy dirt about Faye Dunaway and everyone else connected to the movie like Diana Scarwid, Mara Hobel, Steve Forrest, Howard Da Silva and director Frank Perry. Alda is honest and tells it like it was. If Dunaway was pleasant, she says so; if she was in a bitchy mood, she paints that as well.


Howard Da Silva Frequently Asked Questions

How many Broadway shows has Howard Da Silva been in?
Howard Da Silva has appeared on Broadway in 3 shows.

How many West End shows has Howard Da Silva been in?
Howard Da Silva has not appeared in the West End

What awards has Howard Da Silva been nominated for?
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical (Tony Awards) for Fiorello! .

How many shows has Howard Da Silva written?
Howard Da Silva has written 1 shows including The Zulu and the Zayda (Bookwriter).