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2005 Tony Awards Nominees

Listen to past WNYC interviews with a few selected nominees

Wednesday, May 11, 2005

DOUBT
nominated for Best Play, Leading Actor, Leading Actress (Cherry Jones), Featured Actress, Scenic Design, Lighting Design, and Direction

Playwright John Patrick Shanley discusses his array of plays on Broadway, including Doubt. And starring actress Cherry Jones discusses her role with Leonard Lopate. (December 10, 2004)

Listen to the interview with John Patrick Shanley
Listen to the interview with Cherry Jones

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DEMOCRACY
nominated for Best Play

James Naughton and Robert Prosky discuss their roles in Democracy on The Leonard Lopate Show. (January 21, 2005)
Listen to the interview

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ON GOLDEN POND
nominated for Best Revival of Play, Leading Actor (James Earl Jones), Scenic Design, Lighting Design

Starring actors James Earl Jones and Leslie Uggams join Leonard Lopate to discuss their roles in On Golden Pond. (March 21, 2005)
Listen to the interview

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WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
nominated for Best Revival of a Play, Leading Actor (Bill Irwin), Featured Actor, Featured Actress, Costume Design

Leonard Lopate interviews actors Bill Irwin and Mireille Enos on their starring roles in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf. (May 3, 2005)
Listen to the interview

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RECKLESS
nominated for Best Leading Actress

Leonard Lopate interviews actress Rosie Perez on her role in Reckless. (December 12, 2004)
Listen to the interview

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SPAMALOT
14 nominations

WNYC's Amy Eddings speaks with New York Times writer Jesse Green about Spamalot's Tony chances and other nominees. (March, 10, 2005)
Listen to the interview

Composer John DuPrez talks to John Schaefer on Soundcheck about how he captures the rogue spirit of the British comedy troupe. (May 12, 2005)
Listen to the interview

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