Robert Aubry Davis to Interview Helen Hayes Awards Nominees on Live Webcast at 8 PM Tonight

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TheatreWashington is holding a get-together tonight to honor this year’s Helen Hayes Awards nominees. At 8 PM, from the Hamilton Hotel, watch WETA’s Robert Aubry Davis interview some of the nominees:

Rick Foucheux, Septime Webre, Rena Cherry Brown, Larry Redmond, Cedric Neal, Donna Migliaccio, Mark Rhea and Susan Rhea (The Keegan Theatre), Carolyn Griffin (MetroStage) anTheatreWashington’s Chairman, Victor Shargai.

Click here to watch the webcast livestreame. 

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Congratulations to all of the nominees and to all of the artists who comprise the Washington theatre scene. We will all look forward to discovering who the recipients are at the Helen Hayes Awards Ceremony on April 8, 2013 at The Warner Theatre.

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Meet Helen Hayes nominee Matthew R. Wilson.

Here are the 2013 Helen Hayes nominations.

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