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Alice Drummond, Tony-Nominated Stage & Screen Actress, Dies at 88

Alice Drummond, Tony-Nominated Stage & Screen Actress, Dies at 88

Alice Drummond, a stage and screen character actress who received a Tony nomination in 1970, has died at the age of 88. Her death, caused by complications from a fall earlier this year, was confirmed to The New York Times by her friend June Gable.

Drummond made her Broadway debut in the 1959 revival of Lysistrata. She went on to ...

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Tony Winner & Emmy Nominee Fritz Weaver Dies at the Age of 90

Tony Winner & Emmy Nominee Fritz Weaver Dies at the Age of 90

Fritz Weaver, the stage and screen performer who won a Tony Award in 1970, has died at the age of 90. His death was confirmed to The New York Times by his son-in-law, Bruce Ostler.

Weaver earned a Tony in 1970 for his leading performance in Robert Marasco’s Catholic school-set Child’s Play; his co-star Ken Howard also won for Featured ...

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Tony Winner Tammy Grimes, Original Star of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Dies at 82

Tony Winner Tammy Grimes, Original Star of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Dies at 82

Tammy Grimes, a two-time Tony winner whose raspy timbre captivated audiences in performances such as The Unsinkable Molly Brown, died on October 30 at the age of 82. Her death was confirmed to the New York Times by her nephew Duncan MacArthur.

Prior to winning a Tony Award in 1961 for headlining The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Grimes appeared off-Broadway in ...

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Olivier-Winning Director Howard Davies Dies at 71

Olivier-Winning Director Howard Davies Dies at 71

Olivier Award-winning director Howard Davies died on October 25 at the age of 71. His death, which followed a brief battle with cancer, was confirmed to BBC News by his family.

Davies won Olivier Awards for directing The Iceman Cometh, All My Sons and The White Guard. On Broadway, he received Tony nominations for his work helming Les Liaisons Dangereuses ...

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Dario Fo, Nobel Prize-Winning & Controversial Playwright & Satirist, Dies at 90

Dario Fo, Nobel Prize-Winning & Controversial Playwright & Satirist, Dies at 90

Dario Fo, the Nobel Prize-winning Italian playwright whose frequent collaborations with his wife Franca Rame drew universal dissension, died on October 13. His death, which followed two weeks of hospitalization in Milan for back pain, was confirmed to the New York Times by his Italian publisher, Chiarelettere. He was 90 years old.

In 1984, Fo’s play Accidental Death of an ...

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Legendary Three-Time Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Edward Albee Dead at 88

Legendary Three-Time Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Edward Albee Dead at 88

Pulitzer Prize and Tony-winning playwright Edward Albee died at his home in Montauk on September 16 at the age of 88, according to his longtime personal assistant, Jakob Holder. He passed away peacefully following a short illness.

Albee wrote more than 30 plays, including Zoo StoryThe Death of Bessie Smith, The Sandbox, Fam and Yam, The American Dream, The Ballad ...

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Jack Hofsiss, Tony-Winning Director of The Elephant Man, Dies at 65

Jack Hofsiss, Tony-Winning Director of The Elephant Man, Dies at 65

Jack Hofsiss, a Tony Award winner for directing the original production of The Elephant Man, has died at the age of 65, according to Deadline. His death was confirmed by the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office.

Hofsiss was born in 1950 in Brooklyn, where he attended a Jesuit high school. It was there that Hofsiss learned to find a ...

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Signature Theatre's Founder James Houghton Dead at 57

Signature Theatre's Founder James Houghton Dead at 57

Signature Theatre's founder James Houghton passed away at his home in Manhattan on August 2 after a two year battle with stomach cancer. He was 57 years old.

Under Houghton’s leadership as Founding Artistic Director, Signature Theatre became one of the country’s preeminent theater companies. Signature was the first company to dedicate a full season to a living writer’s body ...

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Broadway Theater Legend Jimmy Nederlander Sr. is Dead at 94

Broadway Theater Legend Jimmy Nederlander Sr. is Dead at 94

Broadway is in mourning today. Theatrical titan James M. Nederlander, Chairman of the Nederlander Organization, died last night in New York. He was 94. Known as “Jimmy,” Nederlander was a visionary impresario who built one of the largest private live entertainment companies in the world, with his portfolio including nine Broadway theaters: the Brooks Atkinson, Gershwin, Lunt-Fontanne, Marquis, Minskoff ...

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Five-Time Tony Nominee John McMartin, Star of Follies, Sweet Charity & More, Dies at 86

Five-Time Tony Nominee John McMartin, Star of Follies, Sweet Charity & More, Dies at 86

John McMartin, Tony Award-nominated actor of stage and screen, has died at the age of 86 following a battle with cancer. A death notice for the performer appeared in the New York Times on July 7.

A Tony nominee for Sweet Charity, Don Juan, Show Boat, High Society and Into the Woods, McMartin is best known for creating the role ...

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