Emmy Award winner Holland Taylor, who last appeared on Broadway in her Tony-nominated solo show Ann, will host the fifth annual Broadway Salutes on September 24 at the Times Square Visitor Center. Presented by the Broadway League and the Coalition of Broadway Unions & Guilds, Broadway Salutes is a unique celebration that honors artists and professionals who have made Broadway great for decades.
At the fifth annual Broadway Salutes, theater professionals will be honored for having worked 25, 35 and 50 years in their respective theatrical craft. Directed by Marc Bruni, the free public event will begin at 4PM. Special guests and additional participants to be announced soon.
In addition to writing and starring in Ann, Taylor has appeared on Broadway in Butley, Murder Among Friends and Moose Murders. Her off-Broadway credits include The Cocktail Hour, The Poker Session and Love Letters. Taylor won an Emmy Award for her role as Judge Roberta Kittleson in the TV drama The Practice. She currently stars on TV's Two and a Half Men. Her other film credits include Legally Blonde, Baby Mama, Romancing the Stone and The Truman Show.
Broadway Salutes honors a wide-range of theater professions—including stagehands, actors, producers, managers, theater owners, press agents, ushers, agents, make-up artists, dressers, designers, directors, choreographers, musicians, casting agents and more—who have dedicated their careers to the Broadway industry.