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|Named Person:||Brian Dennehy; Vanessa Redgrave; Michele Pawk; Harvey Fierstein; Marissa Jaret Winokur; Dick Latessa; Jane Krakowski; Joe Mantello; Jack O'Brien; Mark O'Donnell; Thomas Meehan; Marc Shaiman; Scott Wittman; Billy Joel; Stuart Malina; Catherine Martin; William Ivey Long; Nigel Levings; Twyla Tharp; Denis P O'Hare; Cy Feuer; Paul Huntley; Al Hirschfeld; Richard Greenberg; Marc Shaiman; Eugene O'Neill; Maury Yeston; Russell Simmons|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Gary Smith; Ricky Kirshner; Jonathan Tolins; Glenn Weiss; Elliot Lawrence; Elizabeth I McCann; Joey Parnes; Hugh Jackman; Billy Joel; Harvey Fierstein; Marissa Jaret Winokur; Mark Linn-Baker; Jay Goede; Antonio Banderas; Bernadette Peters; Brian Stokes Mitchell; Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio; Hamish McColl; Sean Foley; Benjamin Bratt; Toni Braxton; Matthew Broderick; Alan Cumming; Edie Falco; Joey Fatone; Laurence Fishburne; Sutton Foster; Danny Glover; Melanie Griffith; Frank Langella; John Leguizamo; John Lithgow; Julianna Margulies; Bebe Neuwirth; Sarah Jessica Parker; Rosie Perez; Lynn Redgrave; Christopher Reeve; Alan Reinking; John Spencer; Marisa Tomei; Mike Wallace; Barbara Walters; Jason Alexander; Martin Short; Mark O'Donnell; Thomas Meehan; Marc Shaiman; Scott Wittman; Joe Mantello; Denis P O'Hare; Michele Pawk; Twyla Tharp; Dick Latessa; Jane Krakowski; Russell Simmons; Jack O'Brien; David Richenthal; Brian Dennehy; Vanessa Redgrave; Todd Haimes; William Ivey Long; Peter Brosius; Cy Feuer; Richard Greenberg; Carole Shorenstein Hays; Margo Lion; American Theatre Wing.; CBS Television Network.|
|Notes:||Credits at end of disc.
Not all awards presented included in the broadcast. For a complete list of recipients see tonyawards.com.
Musicals and plays represented (show, song / performer): Billy Joel opened the telecast by performing New York state of mind live from Times Square, which segued into a medley of River of dreams, Keep the faith and Only the good die young performed by the company of Movin' out on stage at Radio City Music Hall; Harvey Fierstein and Marissa Jaret Winokur led the company of Hairspray in You can't stop the beat; Mark Linn-Baker and Jay Goede performed Alone from A year with frog and toad; Antonio Banderas performed Guido's song with the company of Nine the musical; The company of La Bohème (including all 10 members of the principal ensemble) performed a medley from the opera; Bernadette Peters performed Rose's turn from Gypsy; Brian Stokes Mitchell performed The impossible dream (The quest) along with Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio.
Included in the telecast: An appearance by Hamish McColl and Sean Foley from the cast of The play what I wrote; performances by the company of Def poetry jam on Broadway of I wanna hear a poem at Radio City and I write America, live from Times Square; a memorial tribute to cartoonist Al Hirschfeld.
Program includes documentary segments which explore various elements of theatrical production, and there are brief excerpts from interviews with a number of theatrical professionals. The interviewees are: Robert Longbottom, Jerry Mitchell, Melinda Roy, Billy Joel, Twyla Tharp, Harvey Fierstein, Marissa Jaret Winokur, Mark Linn-Baker, Adrianne Lobel, Kenneth Branagh, Hamish McColl, Sean Foley, Antonio Banderas, Mary Stuart Masterson, Jane Krakowski, Chita Rivera, Russell Simmons, Bill Mahler, David Miller, Eddie Izzard, Victoria Hamilton, Christine Ebersole, Stanley Tucci, Brian Dennehy, Bernadette Peters, Daniel Sunjata, Frank Gorshin, Clare Higgins, Melissa Errico.
Regional Theatre Award winner: The Children's Theatre Company, Minneapolis, Minn., Peter Brosius, artistic director.
Special Lifetime Achievement Tony Award: Cy Feuer.
|Credits:||Musical director, Elliot Lawrence ; managing producer, Elizabeth I. McCann ; coordinating producer, Joey Parnes.|
|Performer(s):||Host: Hugh Jackman.
Presenters: Benjamin Bratt, Toni Braxton, Matthew Broderick, Alan Cumming, Edie Falco, Joey Fatone, Laurence Fishburne, Sutton Foster, Danny Glover, Melanie Griffith, Frank Langella, John Leguizamo, John Lithgow, Julianna Margulies, Bebe Neuwirth, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rosie Perez, Lynn Redgrave, Vanessa Redgrave, Christopher Reeve, Ann Reinking, John Spencer, Marisa Tomei, Mike Wallace, and Barbara Walters. In addition, Jason Alexander and Martin Short, the stars of the national company of The producers, presented an award from the stage of Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.
|Event notes:||Videotaped by the CBS Television Network at Radio City Music Hall, New York, N.Y., during a live broadcast June 8, 2003.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (videodisc) (136 min.) : bsd., col. NTSC ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Award recipients (performer, category / play title): Brian Dennehy, actor / Long day's journey into night --
Vanessa Redgrave, actress / Long day's journey into night --
Denis O'Hare, featured actor / Take me out --
Michele Pawk, featured actress / Hollywood arms --
Harvey Fierstein, actor / Hairspray --
Marissa Jaret Winokur, actress / Hairspray --
Dick Latessa, featured actor / Hairspray --
Jane Krakowski, featured actress / Nine the musical. Award recipients (name, category / play title): Richard Greenberg, playwright; Carole Shorenstein Hays, et al., producers, play / Take me out --
Joe Mantello, director, play --
Take me out --
Margo Lion, Adam Epstein, producers, musical / Hairspray --
Jack O'Brien, director, musical / Hairspray --
Mark O'Donnell & Thomas Meehan, book / Hairspray --
Marc Shaiman, music; Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman, lyrics, original musical score / Hairspray --
Billy Joel & Stuart Malina, orchestrations / Movin' out --
Catherine Martin, scenic designer / La boheme --
William Ivey Long, costume designer / Hairspray --
Nigel Levings, lighting designer / La boheme --
Twyla Tharp, choreographer / Movin' out --
David Richenthal, Max Cooper, et al., producers, revival, play / Long day's journey into night --
Roundabout Theatre Company, Todd Haimes, et al., producers, revival, musical / Nine the musical --
Russell Simmons, Stan Lathan, et al., producers, special theatrical event / Russell Simmons' def poetry jam on Broadway.
|Series Title:||Tony Awards|
|Other Titles:||2003 Tony Awards|
|Responsibility:||executive producer, Gary Smith ; producer, Ricky Kirshner ; director, Glenn Weiss ; writer, Jonathan Tolins.|
- Dennehy, Brian -- Awards.
- Redgrave, Vanessa, -- 1937- -- Awards.
- Pawk, Michele -- Awards.
- Fierstein, Harvey, -- 1954- -- Awards.
- Winokur, Marissa Jaret -- Awards.
- Latessa, Dick -- Awards.
- Krakowski, Jane -- Awards.
- Mantello, Joe -- Awards.
- O'Brien, Jack, -- 1939- -- Awards.
- O'Donnell, Mark -- Awards.
- Meehan, Thomas -- Awards.
- Shaiman, Marc -- Awards.
- Wittman, Scott -- Awards.
- Joel, Billy -- Awards.
- Malina, Stuart -- Awards.
- Martin, Catherine, -- 1965- -- Awards.
- Long, William Ivey -- Awards.
- Levings, Nigel -- Awards.
- Tharp, Twyla -- Awards.
- O'Hare, Denis P. -- Awards.
- Feuer, Cy -- Awards.
- Huntley, Paul -- Awards.
- Hirschfeld, Al.
- Greenberg, Richard. -- Take me out.
- Shaiman, Marc. -- Hairspray.
- O'Neill, Eugene, -- 1888-1953. -- Long day's journey into night.
- Yeston, Maury. -- Nine.
- Simmons, Russell. -- Russell Simmons' def poetry jam on Broadway.
- Children's Theatre Company (Minneapolis, Minn.)
- Tony Awards.
- Theater -- New York (State) -- New York.
- Awards -- 2001-2010.