Most would agree that the season's biggest Tony winner, "Once," can now expect to run longer than it would have without those eight awards. But how much longer?
"Once," the Broadway musical that turns razzle-dazzle tuner traditions on their head with a hushed and idiosyncratic take on an indie-style love story with a melancholy ending, topped the 2012 Tony…
"Once" director John Tiffany described his decision to have a bar onstage as part of the show's set by drawing on a memory from childhood.
And then there were three.
Video and projection designers join set designers in Tony glory
A play's delay can pay big dividends
Thesps, helmers and scribes size up the challenges
The fallout from the Tony nominations began almost instantly, with producers of two Broadway plays, "Seminar" and "Magic/Bird," announcing their shows would shutter after coming up empty handed at…
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