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Tony Nominees 2013

Meet 2013 Tony Nominee: George C. Wolfe “Here We Go Again!”

George C. Wolfe is Broadway. Period. He has been working as a director and a writer on the Great White Way for more nearly 20 years. He made his debut with the unforgettable Jelly’s Last Jam and his last appearance was in 2011’s The Normal Heart. Since then he’s gone on to win 5 Tony Award and be nominated for 5 times that many. He has returned to the Broadway stage directing Tom Hanks and Courtney B Vance, both Tony nominees as well, in the play Lucky Guy. One of our favorite works by him happens to be The Colored Museum which never made it to Broadway. At the beginning of the following video George reads the Topsy monologue from that piece as well find out more about him and his thought process.

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Drew Shade is a theatre artist and enthusiast who fosters artistic diversity and excellence for the love of Black theatre artists. He is the Founder/Creative Director of Broadway Black, Off-Book Podcast & The Antonyo Awards. “Have a belief in yourself that is bigger than anyone’s disbelief.” – August Wilson


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