Henry Beguelin

26 Apr 19
GoldDerby
The current revival of “Oklahoma!” scored the most Drama Desk love with a whopping 12 nominations. Not far behind was the stage adaptation of “Tootsie” with 11. Bu even with those tallies, Broadway shows were shut out in several top categories, including includes Lead Actor in a Play. That Tony Awards race may be stacked, but the Drama Desk nominating committee spurned big names like Bryan Cranston and Jeff Daniels and cited only Off-Broadway performances. The vehicles for those two stars (“Network” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” respectively) similarly couldn’t crack the Best Play lineup. Despite a stellar year for new plays on Broadway, the only Tony eligible productions the Drama Desk voters invited to the party were Jez Butterworth’s Irish epic “The Ferryman” and Heidi Schreck’s acclaimed auto-drama “What the Constitution Means to Me” (which transferred from Off-Broadway within the same season). Big names on Broadway were shut out of Lead Actress in a Play as well. They tossed aside Annette Bening (“All My Sons”) and the revered Glenda Jackson (“King Lear”) in favor of critical darlings Midori Francis (“Usual Girls”) and Zainab Jah (“Boseman and Lena”) from smaller theatres. Jackson’s “Lear” co-star Ruth Wilson is one of the few A-Listers to make the cut for her dual featured roles of Cordelia and The Fool, and looks like a serious Tony challenger. If you were hoping for Tony tea leaves in the fluid Play Revival race, this group didn’t clear up much. Kenneth Lonnergan’s “The Waverly Gallery” is the only Tony eligible Broadway revival in this lineup. As spring revivals draw so-so reviews, this acclaimed drama is an increasingly strong contender for the Tony despite its early closing. The Drama Desk filled out the category with celebrated Off-Broadway runs, including two Signature Theatre productions and the National Asian American Theatre Company’s version of “Henry VI.” Favorite Off-Broadway productions for the Drama Desk voters were Ars Nova’s “Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” (9 nominations) and Pulitzer Prize winner “Fairview” (7 nominations). This awards body honors theatrical work presented of Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Off-Off Broadway during the 2018-2019 season. To that end, current Broadway productions in contention at the Tonys which had previously been considered for their previous Off-Broadway runs were only eligible for new material and elements. This ruled out “Choir Boy,” “Hadestown,” and “Torch Song” in the top categories. Where shows had both an Off-Broadway and Broadway production within the same season the two were considered jointly. Among those so eligible: “Be More Chill,” “The New One,” “Oklahoma!,” and “What the Constitution Means to Me.” The 64th Annual Drama Desk Awards will take place on June 2nd at Town Hall and will be hosted by Michael Urie. Read the full list of nominations below. SEE Look at how close that Tonys race is! ‘Oklahoma!’ and ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ in close combat for Best Musical Revival Best Play “Fairview,” by Jackie Sibblies Drury, Soho Rep “The Ferryman”, by Jez Butterworth “Lewiston/Clarkston,” by Samuel D. Hunter, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater “Usual Girls,” by Ming Peiffer, Roundabout Theatre Company “What the Constitution Means to Me,” by Heidi Schreck, New York Theatre Workshop and Broadway Best Musical “Be More Chill” “The Hello Girls,” Prospect Theater Company “The Prom” “Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future,” Ars Nova “Tootsie” Best Revival of a Play “Fabulation, or the Re-Education” of Undine, Signature Theatre “Henry VI: Shakespeare’s Trilogy in Two Parts,” National Asian American Theatre Company “Our Lady of 121st Street,” Signature Theatre “Summer and Smoke,” Classic Stage Company/Transport Group “The Waverly Gallery” “Uncle Vanya,” Hunter Theater Project Best Revival of a Musical “Carmen Jones,” Classic Stage Company “Fiddler on the Roof,” National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene and Off-Broadway “Kiss Me, Kate,” Roundabout Theatre Company “Merrily We Roll Along,” Fiasco Theater/Roundabout Theatre Company “Oklahoma!,” Bard Summerscape/St. Ann’s Warehouse and Broadway Best Actor in a Play Jeff Biehl, “Life Sucks” Edmund Donovan, “Lewiston/Clarkston” Raúl Esparza, “The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui” Russell Harvard, “I Was Most Alive With You” Jay O. Sanders, “Uncle Vanya” Best Actress in a Play Midori Francis, “Usual Girls” Zainab Jah, “Boesman and Lena” Elaine May, “The Waverly Gallery” Laurie Metcalf, “Hillary and Clinton” Heidi Schreck, “What the Constitution Means to Me” Best Actor in a Musical Brooks Ashmanskas, “The Prom” Andrew R. Butler, “Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” Damon Daunno, “Oklahoma!” Santino Fontana, “Tootsie” Steven Skybell, “Fiddler on the Roof” Best Actress in a Musical Stephanie J. Block, “The Cher Show” Beth Leavel, “The Prom” Rebecca Naomi Jones, “Oklahoma!” Anika Noni Rose, “Carmen Jones” Stacey Sargeant, “Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” Best Featured Actor in a Play Charles Browning, “Fairview” Arnie Burton, “Lewiston/Clarkston” Hampton Fluker, “All My Sons” Tom Glynn-Carney, “The Ferryman” Brandon Uranowitz, “Burn This” Best Featured Actress in a Play Harriett D. Foy, “The House That Will Not Stand” Megan Hill, “Eddie and Dave” Celia Keenan-Bolger, “To Kill A Mockingbird” Ruth Wilson, “King Lear” Alison Wright, “Othello” Best Featured Actor in a Musical Corbin Bleu, “Kiss Me, Kate” André De Shields, “Hadestown” Sydney James Harcourt, “Girl from the North Country” George Salazar, “Be More Chill” Patrick Vaill, “Oklahoma!” Best Featured Actress in a Musical Stephanie Hsu, “Be More Chill” Leslie Kritzer, “Beetlejuice” Soara-Joye Ross, “Carmen Jones” Sarah Stiles, “Tootsie” Ali Stroker, “Oklahoma!” Mary Testa, “Oklahoma!” Best Director of a Play Sarah Benson, “Fairview” Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin, “The Jungle” Sam Mendes, “The Ferryman” Tyne Rafaeli, “Usual Girls” Taylor Reynolds, “Plano” Jeff Wise, “Life Sucks” Best Director of a Musical Noah Brody, “Merrily We Roll Along” Rachel Chavkin, “Hadestown” Scott Ellis, “Tootsie” Daniel Fish, “Oklahoma!” Joel Grey, “Fiddler on the Roof” Best Choreography Camille A. Brown, “Choir Boy” Warren Carlyle, “Kiss Me Kate” Denis Jones, “Tootsie” Lorin Latarro, “Twelfth Night” Rick and Jeff Kuperman, “Alice by Heart” David Neumann, “Hadestown” Best Music Andrew R. Butler, “Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” Joe Iconis, “Be More Chill” Peter Mills, “The Hello Girls” Mark Sonnenblick, “Midnight at the Never Get” Shaina Taub, “Twelfth Night” David Yazbek, “Tootsie” Best Lyrics Chad Beguelin, “The Prom” Andrew R. Butler, “Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” Joe Iconis, “Be More Chill” Peter Mills, “The Hello Girls” David Yazbek, “Tootsie” Best Book of a Musical Scott Brown and Anthony King, “Beetlejuice” Andrew R. Butler, ‘Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” Robert Horn, ‘Tootsie” Bob Martin and Chad Beguelin, “The Prom” Dominique Morisseau, “Ain’t Too Proud” Best Orchestrations Larry Blank, “Fiddler on the Roof” Simon Hale, “Girl from the North Country” Daniel Kluger, Oklahoma!” Charlie Rosen, Be More Chill” Daryl Waters, “The Cher Show” Best Music in a Play Paul Castles and Jongbin Jung, Wild Goose Dreams Justin Ellington, Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie Justin Ellington, The House That Will Not Stand Nick Powell, The Lehman Trilogy Jason Michael Webb and Fitz Patton, Choir Boy SEE Tonys predictions smackdown: Will ‘Hadestown,’ ‘Tootsie’ or ‘Be More Chill’ win Best Musical? [WATCH] Best Set Design of a Play Miriam Buether, The Jungle” Es Devlin, “Girls & Boys” Maruti Evans, “The Peculiar Patriot” Mimi Lien, Fairview” Matt Saunders, “Daddy” Best Set Design for a Musical Rachel Hauck, Hadestown Laura Jellinek, Oklahoma! Laura Jellinek, Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future David Korins, Beetlejuice Rae Smith, Girl from the North Country Best Costume Design for a Play Dede M. Ayite, “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark” Dede M. Ayite, “If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be a Muhfucka” Ásta Bennie Hostetter, “Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie” Toni-Leslie James, “Bernhardt/Hamlet” Nicole Slaven, “Henry VI: Shakespeare’s Trilogy in Two Parts” Best Costume Design for a Musical William Ivey Long, “Beetlejuice” William Ivey Long, “Tootsie” Bobby Frederick Tilly II, “Be More Chill” Michael Krass, “Hadestown” Bob Mackie, “The Cher Show” Paloma Young, “Alice by Heart” Best Lighting Design for a Play Amith Chandrashaker, “Boesman and Lena” Amith Chandrashaker, “Fairview” Jiyoun Chang, “Slave Play” Jon Clark, “The Jungle” Simon Cleveland, “Spaceman” Yi Zhao, “The House That Will Not Stand” Best Lighting Design for a Musical Adam Honoré, “Carmen Jones” Bradley King, “Hadestown” Jamie Roderick, “Midnight at the Never Get” Barbara Samuels, “Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” Scott Zielinski, “Oklahoma!” Best Projection Design Peter England, “King Kong” Katherine Freer, “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark” Luke Halls, “The Lehman Trilogy” Alex Basco Koch, “Be More Chill” Peter Nigrini, “Beetlejuice” Joshua Thorson, ‘Oklahoma!” Best Sound Design in a Play Tyler Kieffer, “Plano” Fitz Patton, “Choir Boy” Nick Powell, “The Ferryman” Jane Shaw, “I Was Most Alive with You” Mikaal Sulaiman, “Fairview” Best Sound Design in a Musical Simon Baker, “Girl from the North Country” Drew Levy, “Oklahoma!” Brian Ronan, “Tootsie” Nevin Steinberg and Jessica Paz, “Hadestown” Mikaal Sulaiman, “Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future” Best Wig and Hair Design Campbell Young Associates, “Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus” Cookie Jordan, ‘Eddie and Dave” Paul Huntley, “Tootsie” Charles G. LaPointe,”Beetlejuice” Charles G. LaPointe, “The Cher Show” Best Solo Performance Mike Birbiglia, “The New One” Carey Mulligan, “Girls & Boys” Liza Jessie Peterson, “The Peculiar Patriot”, National Black Theatre/Hi-Arts Erin Treadway, “Spaceman,” Loading Dock Theatre Phoebe Waller-Bridge, “Fleabag” Unique Theatrical Experience All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914, Theater Latté Da/Laura Little Theatrical Productions/The Sheen Center Love’s Labor’s Lost, Shake & Bake The B-Side: “Negro Folklore from Texas State Prisons,” The Wooster Group What to Send Up When It Goes Down, The Movement Theatre Company Best Fight Choreography U. Jonathan Toppo, “The Tragedy of Julius Caesar” Claire Warden, “Daddy” Claire Warden, “Slave Play” Best Puppet Design Michael Curry, “Beetlejuice” Sonny Tilders, “King Kong” Tschabalala Self, “Daddy” PREDICT Tony Awards nominations now and change them till April 30 Be sure to make your Tony predictions today so that Broadway insiders can see how their shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions as often as you like until just before nominees are announced on April 30. And join in the fun debate over the 2019 Tonys taking place right now in our theater forums. Read more Gold Derby entertainment news. SIGN UP for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions
26 Apr 19
Gia On The Move

Awards will be presented Sunday, June 2nd at The Town Hall in Manhattan Tickets for the ceremony are now available at: DramaDeskAwards.com Press Release Nominations for the 64th Annual Drama Desk Awards were announced today, and the full list of nominees is available below. In keeping with the Drama Desk‘s mission, nominators considered shows that opened […]

25 Apr 19
Broadway Musical Blog - Musical theater news and gossip from the Great White Way

Nearly all the nominations are in…and oftentimes the Drama Desk nominations are the strongest indicators of which shows might get this year’s Tony nods. At the head of the pack for the Drama Desk is the new revival of Oklahoma!, with 12 total nominations, followed closely behind by the critically-acclaimed Tootsie. (You’ll notice that missing […]

25 Apr 19
front mezz junkies

The 2019 Drama Desk Award Nominations Announced In the exciting last week of the 2019 theatrical season, as shows lined up to open before the Tony deadline tonight, the nominations for the 64th Annual Drama Desk Awards were announced to great fanfare. Oklahoma! Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future, and Lewiston/Clarkston scored big, but To Kill a […]

25 Apr 19
Deadline

Daniel Fish’s wildly re-imagined revival of Oklahoma! leads New York’s Drama Desk Awards nominations with 12, including Revival of a Musical. No big surprise there — but the head-scratcher came in the Best Play category: To Kill a Mockingbird, one of the best reviewed productions of the season and a box office smash, was snubbed. […]

25 Apr 19
New York Theater

Oklahoma and Tootsie lead in number of nominations for the 64th annual Drama Desk Awards, which honors achievement by professional theater artists on Broadway, Off-Broadway and Off-Off Broadway. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony at Town Hall on June 2nd. New York Theater Awards 2019 Calendar and Guide   Outstanding Play “Fairview,” […]

22 Mar 19
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08 Mar 19
Orange County Register
LOS ANGELES COUNTY ‘Past Tense’ A fresh look at the classic “Antigone” using music, text, projection and video to explore its themes of social justice, violence, gender relations, politics and more. When: 8 p.m. March 8. Where: UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance at The Theatre at Ace Hotel DTLA, 929 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets: $26-$69. Information: 310-825-2101, cap.ucla.edu ‘Cemetery of Tortured Souls’ Set in 1930s Hollywood, this new horror production focuses on the stars and villains of Tinseltown who are cursed to relive their last moments on earth. When: 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 p.m. March 8-10. Where: Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group, 4850 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood. Tickets: $15. Information: 818-202-4120, zombiejoes.tix.com ‘Paradise’ The reopening of Laura Maria Censabella’s drama, which previously sold-out at the Odyssey Theatre, tells the story of a Yemeni-American teen and her downcast biology teacher whose lives are forever changed after working on a scientific project together. When: 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday March 8-31. Where: Matrix Theatre, 7657 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles. Tickets: $35. Information: 323-960-7724, Plays411.com/Paradise ‘Menopause The Musical’ Jeanie Linders’ play about four women who bond over aging while shopping for lingerie. When: 9 p.m. March 8. Where: The Canyon, 28912 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills. Tickets: $38 (standing); $44 or $48 (table seating but must purchase dinner with a minimum of $25). Information: menopausethemusical.com ORANGE COUNTY ‘Photograph 51’ This hit from London’s West End is based on the true story of Rosalind Franklin, a British scientific pioneer whose groundbreaking work in discovering the double helix structure of DNA went overlooked in a male-dominated field. When: Opens at 7:45 p.m. Friday, March 8; 7:45 p.m. Tuesday-Fridays, 2 and 7:45 p.m. Saturdays-Sundays through March 24. Where: South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa Tickets: $63-$86 Information: 714-708-5555, scr.org ‘Disney’s Aladdin’ The stage adaptation of Disney animated musical features music from the film as well as new songs written by Alan Menken with lyrics by the late Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and book writer Chad Beguelin. When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays, 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays and 1 and 6:30 p.m. through March 23 (additional performance at 2 p.m. March 21). Where: Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa Tickets: $30.75-$165.75 Information:714-556-2787, scfta.org ‘Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach’ This stage version of the classic children’s book about a little boy, a magic peach and creatures inside that take him on incredible adventures has been extended through this weekend. When: 7 p.m. Friday, March 8; 11 a.m., 2 and 5 p.m. Saturday, March 9 and Sunday, March 10 Where: Chance Theater, 5522 E. La Palma Ave., Anaheim Tickets: $28 adults, $24 children 4-12. Information: 888-455-4212; chancetheater.com ‘Maple and Vine’ A 21st-century couple decide to journey into the past by joining a community of 1950s reenactors who have given up a life of smartphones and sushi to return to the days of cigarettes and Tupperware parties. When: 8 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays through March 31 (no performance on Friday, March 8) Where: Stages Theatre, 400 E. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton Tickets: $22-$24 Information: 714-525-4484, stagesoc.org RIVERSIDE COUNTY ‘Murder at the Howard Johnson’s’ Catch a Star Theatrical Players will present Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark’s dark comedy, which involves a love triangle, attempted murder and revolving hotel rooms. When: 7 p.m. March 8, 9, 16 and 23; 2 p.m. March 10, 17 and 24. Doors open 30 minutes before the show. Where: Beaumont Women’s Club Community Center, 306 E. 6th St., Beaumont Tickets: $15 Information:  951-315-4253, castplayers.org SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY ‘Tarzan’ The musical based on the animated Disney film about a man who grew up in the jungle features the music of Phil Collins and a book by Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang. When: 8 p.m. March 8 and 9; 2 p.m. March 9 and 10 Where: California Theatre of the Performing Arts, 562 W. Fourth St., San Bernardino Tickets: $38.50-$75 Information: 909-885-5152; californiatheatre.net
08 Mar 19
Daily Bulletin
LOS ANGELES COUNTY ‘Past Tense’ A fresh look at the classic “Antigone” using music, text, projection and video to explore its themes of social justice, violence, gender relations, politics and more. When: 8 p.m. March 8. Where: UCLA’s Center for the Art of Performance at The Theatre at Ace Hotel DTLA, 929 S. Broadway, Los Angeles. Tickets: $26-$69. Information: 310-825-2101, cap.ucla.edu ‘Cemetery of Tortured Souls’ Set in 1930s Hollywood, this new horror production focuses on the stars and villains of Tinseltown who are cursed to relive their last moments on earth. When: 8:30, 9:30 and 10:30 p.m. March 8-10. Where: Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group, 4850 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood. Tickets: $15. Information: 818-202-4120, zombiejoes.tix.com ‘Paradise’ The reopening of Laura Maria Censabella’s drama, which previously sold-out at the Odyssey Theatre, tells the story of a Yemeni-American teen and her downcast biology teacher whose lives are forever changed after working on a scientific project together. When: 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday March 8-31. Where: Matrix Theatre, 7657 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles. Tickets: $35. Information: 323-960-7724, Plays411.com/Paradise ‘Menopause The Musical’ Jeanie Linders’ play about four women who bond over aging while shopping for lingerie. When: 9 p.m. March 8. Where: The Canyon, 28912 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills. Tickets: $38 (standing); $44 or $48 (table seating but must purchase dinner with a minimum of $25). Information: menopausethemusical.com ORANGE COUNTY ‘Photograph 51’ This hit from London’s West End is based on the true story of Rosalind Franklin, a British scientific pioneer whose groundbreaking work in discovering the double helix structure of DNA went overlooked in a male-dominated field. When: Opens at 7:45 p.m. Friday, March 8; 7:45 p.m. Tuesday-Fridays, 2 and 7:45 p.m. Saturdays-Sundays through March 24. Where: South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa Tickets: $63-$86 Information: 714-708-5555, scr.org ‘Disney’s Aladdin’ The stage adaptation of Disney animated musical features music from the film as well as new songs written by Alan Menken with lyrics by the late Howard Ashman, Tim Rice and book writer Chad Beguelin. When: 7:30 p.m. Tuesdays-Fridays, 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays and 1 and 6:30 p.m. through March 23 (additional performance at 2 p.m. March 21). Where: Segerstrom Center for the Arts, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa Tickets: $30.75-$165.75 Information:714-556-2787, scfta.org ‘Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach’ This stage version of the classic children’s book about a little boy, a magic peach and creatures inside that take him on incredible adventures has been extended through this weekend. When: 7 p.m. Friday, March 8; 11 a.m., 2 and 5 p.m. Saturday, March 9 and Sunday, March 10 Where: Chance Theater, 5522 E. La Palma Ave., Anaheim Tickets: $28 adults, $24 children 4-12. Information: 888-455-4212; chancetheater.com ‘Maple and Vine’ A 21st-century couple decide to journey into the past by joining a community of 1950s reenactors who have given up a life of smartphones and sushi to return to the days of cigarettes and Tupperware parties. When: 8 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays through March 31 (no performance on Friday, March 8) Where: Stages Theatre, 400 E. Commonwealth Ave., Fullerton Tickets: $22-$24 Information: 714-525-4484, stagesoc.org RIVERSIDE COUNTY ‘Murder at the Howard Johnson’s’ Catch a Star Theatrical Players will present Sam Bobrick and Ron Clark’s dark comedy, which involves a love triangle, attempted murder and revolving hotel rooms. When: 7 p.m. March 8, 9, 16 and 23; 2 p.m. March 10, 17 and 24. Doors open 30 minutes before the show. Where: Beaumont Women’s Club Community Center, 306 E. 6th St., Beaumont Tickets: $15 Information:  951-315-4253, castplayers.org SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY ‘Tarzan’ The musical based on the animated Disney film about a man who grew up in the jungle features the music of Phil Collins and a book by Tony Award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang. When: 8 p.m. March 8 and 9; 2 p.m. March 9 and 10 Where: California Theatre of the Performing Arts, 562 W. Fourth St., San Bernardino Tickets: $38.50-$75 Information: 909-885-5152; californiatheatre.net
20 Nov 18
New York Theater

“The Prom” is really two musicals in one. One is a funny, knowing backstage comedy, satirizing the self-regard of theater folk. The other is a loud, fast high school musical. What ties them together, somewhat glibly, is a story of homophobia inspired by true events at a high school far from New York.    

29 Oct 18
BrockelPress

…a number of shows that I won’t be seeing. I love musicals at the wonderful old Winter Garden, but I won’t head there to see Tootsie remade as a tune fest. Nor do I want to see Beetlejuice set to music. I loved Jersey Boys, but The Cher Show sounds dicey and I’m guessing that […]