The Woman in White 2004

Opened: September 15, 2004
Closing: February 25, 2006

The Woman in White - 2004 - West End History , Info & More

Palace Theatre (Broadway)
1564 Broadway New York, NY

Based on the novel by Wilkie Collins

A mysterious tale of damsels in distress, a wicked aristocrat, lunatic asylums, family fortunes, desolate mansions and a sinister Secret Society, "The Woman in White" was a popular success for 19th-century English novelist Wilkie Collins, who went on to write the first modern detective story, "The Moonstone."

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What productions of The Woman in White have there been?
The Woman in White has had 5 productions including Regional (UK) which opened in 2003, West End which opened in 2004, Broadway which opened in 2005, Broadway which opened in 2005 and West End which opened in 2017.
What awards has The Woman in White been nominated for?
The Woman in White has been nominated for several awards. It was nominated for Best New Musical at the Olivier Awards for Andrew Lloyd Webber. Michael Crawford was also nominated for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical at the Olivier Awards. The show received nominations for Best Set Design for William Dudley and Best Sound Design for Mick Potter at the Olivier Awards.
What awards has The Woman in White won?
The Woman in White has won several awards, including the Best New Musical at the Olivier Awards for Andrew Lloyd Webber. Michael Crawford also won the Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical at the Olivier Awards for his role in the show. Additionally, William Dudley received the award for Best Set Design, and Mick Potter won for Best Sound Design, both at the Olivier Awards.