Lonny directed Glenn Close in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard at the English National Opera, and Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd starring Emma Thompson and Bryn Terfel at the ENO and Lincoln Center. Broadway: Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill starring Audra McDonald (also for HBO); 110 in the Shade; 'Master Harold' ... and the Boys; Sally Marr and Her Escorts (co-written with Joan Rivers and Erin Sanders); Urban Cowboy; A Class Act (Tony nomination, Best Book, with Linda Kline). Selected New York: Company; Sondheim: The Birthday Concert (Emmy Award), and Passion. He directed television captures of his Sweeney Todd (Emmy Award), Company, Camelot, and Candide. His documentary, Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened, a New York Times Top 10 Film of 2016, premiered at the New York Film Festival and saw an international release this winter.
Lonny Price Awards and Nominations
|Tony Awards - 2001 - Best Book of a Musical|
|Lonny Price , A Class Act|
|Obie Awards - 1989 - Performance|
|Lonny PriceThe Immigrant|
|Theatre World Awards - 1980 - Performance|
|Lonny Price, Class Enemy|