Monday, May 27, 2024

Broadway: Tony Awards Nominating Committee Members Announced

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The American Theater Wing has announced the members of the nominating committee for this year’s Tony Awards. The show airs June 7th on CBS, and it’s a hot year.

A lot of these names are known to the public, some less well. But the committee includes Marsha Mason, Debra Monk, Jack Hofsiss, and Dick Latessa.

The 2015-2016 Nominating Committee includes:

  • Douglas Aibel – Artistic Dir., The Vineyard Theatre
  • Adrian Bailey – Actor**
  • Victoria Bailey – Executive Director, Theatre Development Fund**
  • Ira Bernstein – Former Producer/General Manager/Stage Manager/Casting Director
  • Hope Clarke – Choreographer**
  • Veronica Claypool – Arts Management Consultant, Full Circle Management Group/Former GM
  • Paul Cremo – Dramaturg/Director of Opera Commissioning Program, The Metropolitan Opera
  • Trip Cullman – Director**
  • Harvey Evans – Actor
  • Sean Patrick Flahaven – Writer/Composer/Orchestrator/Conductor/Producer**
  • Paul Gallo – Lighting Designer
  • Kent Gash – Director/Founding Dir., of NYU Tisch School of the Arts’ New Studio on Broadway
  • Jenny Gersten – Former Executive Director, Friends of the High Line
  • Daniel Goldfarb – Playwright / Book writer**
  • Sam Gonzalez – Dir. of Operations, Pfizer Medical/Board of Trustees Playwrights Horizons**
  • Adam Gwon – Composer/Lyricist**
  • Roy Harris – Production Stage Manager**
  • Philip Himberg – Artistic Director, Sundance Institute Theatre Program
  • Jack Hofsiss – Theatre/Film/Television Director
  • Julie Hughes – Former Casting Director
  • Lou Jacob – Director/Chair of the MFA Directing Program at the New School for Drama**
  • Stephen Karam – Playwright
  • Tom Kitt – Composer**
  • Corby Kummer – Senior Editor, The Atlantic Magazine
  • Fran Kumin – Consultant – Perf. Arts Organizations/Foundations/University Theatre Programs**
  • Dick Latessa – Actor
  • Kate Levin – Cultural Assets Management Principal, Bloomberg Associates
  • Reynold Levy – Former President of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
  • Sara Lukinson – Documentary Film Producer/Television Writer
  • Patricia Marx – American Humorist and Writer/Former Television Writer
  • Marsha Mason – Actor/Director
  • Jim McLaughlin – Former Producer, CBS News
  • Debra Monk – Actor
  • Roger Morgan – Lighting Designer/Theatre Designer
  • Laurence O’Keefe – Composer**
  • Katherine Oliver – Media and Technology Principal, Bloomberg Associates
  • Christian Parker – Chair, Graduate Theatre Program, Columbia University
  • Paige Price – Actor/1st Vice President of AEA/Executive Artistic Director, Theatre Aspen**
  • Ravi S. Rajan – Dean, School of the Arts – SUNY Purchase
  • Nigel Redden – Gen. Dir., Spoleto Festival USA/Dir., Lincoln Center Festival
  • Susan H. Schulman – Director/President, Stage Directors and Choreographers
  • Scott Schwartz – Director
  • Linda Shelton – Executive Dir., Joyce Theater Foundation
  • Warner Shook – Director**
  • Arlene Shuler – President & CEO, New York City Center
  • Edward Strong – Producer**
  • Wynn Thomas – Production Designer
  • Jennifer von Mayrhauser – Costume Designer**
  • Robin Wagner – Scenic Designer
  • Tom Watson – Retired Executive-Television Advertising**
  • Preston Whiteway – Executive Director, The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center
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