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Conversations with the 2012 Tony Nominees

Tuesday, May 01, 2012 - 11:08 AM

The nominations for the 2012 Tony Awards were announced on Tuesday, May 1, and you can hear Leonard's conversations with many of this year’s nominees. (You can find a full list of the nominees here.) The awards will be presented on June 10.

Leonard spoke to director Mike Nichols and actress Linda Emond, both of whom are nominated for their work in the revival of “Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman.” The production received 7 nominations, including Best Revival.

James Corden, who's nominated for his role in "One Man, Two Guvnors," joined us to discuss the play which transferred from London and has been nominated for 7 awards, including Best Director.

In September, nominees Jan Maxwell and Danny Burstein discussed the Broadway revival of “Follies,” which received 8 nominations, including Best Revival of a Musical.

Stockard Channing was here in November to talk about her nominated work in “Other Desert Cities,” which received 5 nominations, including Best Play.

Best Actress nominee Nina Arianda discussed her role in “Venus in Fur,” which is also nominated for Best Play.

Wit” received nominations for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role and Best Revival of a Play. Cynthia Nixon spoke to Leonard about the production in February.

Linda Lavin was nominated for her role as the matriarch in “The Lyons.”

John Lithgow spoke to Leonard about his role as Joseph Alsop in "The Columnist." He's nominated for Best Actor.

Tyne Daly discussed her role as Maria Callas in the revival of “Master Class,” which is nominated for Best Revival of a Play

Condola Rashad discussed her nominated role in “Stick Fly.”

Frank Langella talked about his work in “Man and Boy.”

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