TrueTheatergoers’ TheaterThoughts: ‘Leading Tony Award Candidates — Plays’ and Rate Your Shows and Win $100 in Tickets by John and Stephen Hauge

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Every week we will be sharing John and Stephen Hauge’s TheaterThoughts from their popular site TrueTheatergoer.

John Hauge.
John Hauge.

From John Hauge: “My brother Stephen and I created the TrueTheatergoer.com website in October 2011 to promote theater in Washington, DC and on Broadway by providing an enriching collection of information on current shows and composite audience reviews and ratings of these shows. Our hope is to further develop a community excited about theater and willing to write short comments of shows so others can benefit from their experiences.”

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This Week’s TheaterThoughts:

Leading Tony Award Candidates — Plays

This week we’ll look at the leading Tony Award candidates in the Fall plays, with a maximum of four per category and presented in alphabetical order.

Play — None. (Only two new plays appeared.)

Revival — The Glass MenagerieThe Winslow BoyTwelfth Night and Waiting for Godot.

Actor — Ian McKellan (Waiting for Godot), Zachary Quinto (The Glass Menagerie), Roger Rees (The Winslow Boy), and Mark Rylance (Twelfth Night).

Actress — Cherry Jones (The Glass Menagerie and Condola Rashad (Romeo and Juliet).

Featured Actor — Danny Burstein (The Snow Geese), Paul Chahidi (Twelfe Night), Billy Crudup (Waiting for Godot(), and John Douglas Thompson (A Time to Kill).

Featured Actress — Celia Keenan-Bolger (The Glass Menagerie).

Ensemble — The Glass Menagerie and Twelfth Night

Openings:

1) Beautiful – The Carole King Story, which chronicles her musical and personal journey from writing tunes for pops songs through her Tapestry album, is in previews and will open January 12th.

2) Machinal, which examines the restless and unfulfilled life of a young woman in the “Golden Age” of the 1920′s, is in previews and will open January 16th.

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