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|Named Person:||Gary Beach; Robert Sean Leonard; Nathan Lane; Richard Easton; Cady Huffman; Viola Davis; Christine Ebersole; Mary-Louise Parker; Dale Wasserman; Mel Brooks; David Auburn; Harry Warren|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Nathan Lane; Matthew Broderick; Ricky Kirshner; Gary Smith; Glenn Weiss; Thomas Meehan; Matthew Roberts; Elliot Lawrence; Tom Stoppard; Richard Easton; August Wilson; Viola Davis; Brian Stokes Mitchell; Joan Allen; Gary Sinise; Amy Morton; Tom Sampson; Bruce McCarty; Jeanine Morick; Ron OJ Parson; David Auburn; Mary-Louise Parker; Ben Shenkman; Charles Busch; Linda Lavin; Tony Roberts; Michele Lee; Nancy Anderson; Jeff Blumenkrantz; Donna Bullock; Randy Graff; David Hibbard; Lonny Price; Patrick Quinn; Sara Ramirez; Faith Prince; David Elder; Kate Levering; Polly Bergen; Louis Zorich; Jessica Leigh Brown; Colleen Dunn; Amy Heggins; Wendy Elizabeth Waring; John Ellison Conlee; Jason Danieley; André De Shields; Kathleen Freeman; Romain Fruge; Marcus Neville; Patrick Wilson; Marla Schaffel; James Barbour; Roger Bart; Gary Beach; Brad Oscar; Dick Cavett; Lea DeLaria; Jerrod Emick; Kristen Lee Kelly; Alice Ripley; Daphne Rubin-Vega; Tom Hewitt; Raúl Esparza; Sebastian La Cause; Bernadette Peters; Gina Gershon; Doris Roberts; Edie Falco; Donna McKechnie; Cherry Jones; Sarah Jessica Parker; Kelsey Grammer; Gwyneth Paltrow; Reba McEntire; Audra McDonald; Barry Humphries; Natasha Richardson; Glenn Close; Michael David; Cady Huffman; Robert Sean Leonard; Christine Ebersole; Lynne Meadow; Barry Grove; Mel Brooks; American Theatre Wing.; CBS Television Network.|
|Notes:||Credits at end of tape.
The earlier portion of this Tony Awards broadcast, during which awards for design, direction, and other achievements were presented, is available on NCOX 1726.
Not all awards presented included in broadcast. For a complete list of recipients see tonyawards.com.
|Credits:||Musical director, Elliot Lawrence.|
|Performer(s):||Hosts: Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick.
Presenters: Bernadette Peters, Gina Gershon, Doris Roberts, Edie Falco, Joan Allen, Donna McKechnie, Cherry Jones, Dick Cavett, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwynneth Paltrow, Reba McEntire, Audra McDonald, Dame Edna (i.e. Barry Humphries), Natasha Richardson, Glenn Close.
|Event notes:||Videotaped by the CBS Television Network at Radio City Music Hall, New York, N.Y. during a live broadcast, June 3, 2001.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (VHS) (89 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.|
|Contents:||Plays represented (play / performer): The invention of love, introduced by Tom Stoppard. Montage with voice-over by Richard Easton --
King Hedley II, introduced by August Wilson. Excerpt performed by Viola Davis and Brian Stokes Mitchell --
One flew over the cuckoo's nest (revival), introduced by Joan Allen. Excerpt performed by Gary Sinise, Amy Morton, Tim Sampson, Bruce McCarty, Jeanine Morick, and Ron O.J. Parson --
Proof, introduced by David Auburn. Scene with Mary-Louise Parker and Ben Shenkman --
The tale of the allergist's wife, introduced by Charles Busch. Scene with Linda Lavin, Tony Roberts, and Michele Lee. Musicals represented (show, song / performer): A class act: Follow your star, Better, Self portrait / Nancy Anderson, Jeff Blumenkrantz, Donna Bullock, Randy Graff, David Hibbard, Lonny Price, Patrick Quinn, Sara Ramirez --
Bells are ringing: I'm going back / Faith Prince --
42nd Street: 42nd Street / David Elder, Kate Levering and company --
Follies: I'm still here / Polly Bergen with Louis Zorich, Jessica Leigh Brown, Colleen Dunn, Amy Heggins, and Wendy Waring --
The full monty: Let it go / John Ellison Conlee, Jason Danieley, André De Shields, Kathleen Freeman, Romain Fruge, Marcus Neville, Patrick Wilson, and company --
Jane Eyre: Sirens / Marla Schaffel and James Barbour --
The producers: Along came Bialy / Roger Bart, Gary Beach, Matthew Broderick, Cady Huffman, Nathan Lane, Brad Oscar, and company --
The rocky horror show: Time warp / Dick Cavett, Leah Delaria, Jerrod Emick, Kristen Lee Kelly, Alice Ripley, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Tom Hewitt, Raul Esparza, Sebastian LaCause, and company. Award recipients (performer, category / show): Gary Beach, featured actor / The producers --
Robert Sean Leonard, featured actor / The invention of love --
Nathan Lane, actor / The producers --
Richard Easton, actor / The invention of love --
Cady Huffman, featured actress / The producers --
Viola Davis, featured actress / King Hedley II --
Christine Ebersole, actress / 42nd Street --
Mary-Louise Parker, actress / Proof. Award recipients (name, category / show): Rocco Landesman, Mel Brooks, et al., producers, musical / The producers --
David Auburn, playwright; Manhattan Theatre Club, Lynne Meadow, Barry Grove, el al., producers, play / Proof --
Dodger Theatricals (Michael David, et al.) producers, revival, musical / 42nd Street --
Dale Wasserman, playwright; Michael Leavitt, et al., producers, play, revival / One flew over the cuckoo's nest.
|Series Title:||Tony Awards|
|Other Titles:||2001 Tony Awards|
|Responsibility:||produced by Ricky Kirshner ; executive producer, Gary Smith ; directed by Glenn Weiss ; written by Thomas Meehan and Matthew Roberts ; originally broadcast on the CBS Television Network.|
- Beach, Gary -- Awards.
- Leonard, Robert Sean, -- 1969- -- Awards.
- Lane, Nathan, -- 1956- -- Awards.
- Easton, Richard, -- 1933- -- Awards.
- Huffman, Cady -- Awards.
- Davis, Viola, -- 1965- -- Awards.
- Ebersole, Christine -- Awards.
- Parker, Mary-Louise -- Awards.
- Wasserman, Dale. -- One flew over the cuckoo's nest.
- Brooks, Mel, -- 1926- -- Producers.
- Auburn, David, -- 1969- -- Proof.
- Warren, Harry, -- 1893-1981. -- 42nd Street.
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