A poetic play about one phantasmagorical night in Dublin is the big winner at the third annual Toronto Theatre Critics Awards, announced today (Thursday, May 23).
Mark O’Rowe’s Terminus wins for best production of a play, best international play, best director (Mitchell Cushman) and best design (Nick Blais, who created the set and lighting). The show, part of Mirvish’s inaugural off-Mirvish season, was expanded from a SummerWorks production in August 2012.
Another Mirvish show, The Book Of Mormon, is the big winner in the musical categories, named for best production of a musical and best direction (Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker).
Mark Evans has just announced via twitter that he’ll be continuing with the tour for another six months. Enjoy your extended stay, Mark!
John Eric Parker, Matthew Marks and Kevin Duda stopped by The Wendy Williams Show today with a gift to welcome Wendy to 49th Street!
(She begins performances as Mama Morton in Chicago — across the street from BoM — on June 25.)
Jon Bass announced today that this is his final week with the show. Happy trails, Jon, and we hope you have a wonderful last week!
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