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Hamilton tops Lucille Lortel Award Nominations along with Into the Woods, Between Riverside and Crazy, The Invisible Hand, The Nether and The Fortress of Solitude

The Off-Broadway League today announced nominations in 18 categories for the 30th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Achievement Off-Broadway.

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Jesse Tyler Ferguson

Anna Chlumsky

Anna Chlumsky

The Lortel Awards will be handed out on Sunday, May 10, 2015 at NYU Skirball Center beginning at 7:00 PM EST, and hosted by Emmy-nominated actors Anna Chlumsky (“Veep,” Broadway’s Living on Love) and Jesse Tyler Ferguson (“Modern Family,” this summer’s The Tempest). This year’s event will once again benefit The Actors Fund.

HamiltonThe twelve nominations for The Public Theater’s Hamilton broke the record of eleven set just last year. Prior to that, the most nominations earned by one show had been eight. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton was nominated for outstanding musical, director (Thomas Kail), choregrapher (Andy Blankenbuehler), lead actor in a musical (Lin-Manuel Miranda), lead actor in a musical (Leslie Odom, Jr.), lead actress in a musical (Phillipa Soo), featured actor in a musical (Brian d’Arcy James), featured actor in a musical (Daveed Diggs), featured actress in a musical (Renée Elise Goldsberry), lighting design (Howell Binkley), sound design (Nevin Steinberg) and costume design (Paul Tazewell).

World Premiere Musical HAMILTON Transfers to Broadway; Previews begin July 13

Stephen McKinley Henderson, Victor Almanzar, Elizabeth Canavan, Michael Rispoli, Liza Colón-Zayas, Rosal Colón, and Ron Cephas Jones; photo by Carol Rosegg.

Stephen McKinley Henderson, Victor Almanzar, Elizabeth Canavan, Michael Rispoli, Liza Colón-Zayas, Rosal Colón, and Ron Cephas Jones; photo by Carol Rosegg.

2014 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright recipient Stephen Adly Guirgis at the 2014 Steinberg Playwright Awards hosted by the Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust on November 17, 2014 in New York City. Photo by Lia Chang

2014 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright recipient Stephen Adly Guirgis at the 2014 Steinberg Playwright Awards hosted by the Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust on November 17, 2014 in New York City. Photo by Lia Chang

The Atlantic Theater’s production of Stephen Adly Guirgis’s Between Riverside and Crazy received six nominations including outstanding play, director (Austin Pendleton), lead actor in play (Stephen McKinley Henderson), featured actor in a play (Victor Almanzar), featured actress in a play (Liza Colón-Zayas) and scenic design (Walt Spangler).

Stephen Adly Guirgis’s BETWEEN RIVERSIDE AND CRAZY Starring Stephen McKinley Henderson, Victor Almanzar, Elizabeth Canavan, Rosal Colón, Liza Colón-Zayas, Michael Rispoli and Ron Cephas Jones, has performances through March 22 at Second Stage Theatre

DISGRACED playwright Ayad Akhtar at The Drama Book Shop in New York on January 22, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

DISGRACED playwright Ayad Akhtar at The Drama Book Shop in New York on January 22, 2015. Photo by Lia Chang

Pulitzer prize winning playwright Ayad Aktar’s The Invisible Hand, produced by New York Theatre Workshop, received five nominations including outstanding play, director (Ken Rus Schmoll), lead actor in a play (Usman Ally), lighting design (Tyler Micoleau) and sound design (Leah Gelpe). MCC’s production of The Nether by Jennifer Haley, also garner five nominations including outstanding play, featured actress in a play (Sophia Anne Caruso), scenic design (Laura Jellinek), lighting design (Ben Stanton), sound design (Daniel Kluger and Brandon Wolcott).

Ayad Akhtar’s THE INVISIBLE HAND Stars Usman Ally, Justin Kirk, Jameal Ali and Dariush Kashani at New York Theatre Workshop through January 4, 2015

Photos: Playwright Ayad Akhtar, Josh Radnor and Aasif Mandvi Talk DISGRACED at The Drama Book Shop

Among Off Broadway musicals, Into the Woods, produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company in association with McCarter Theatre Center, a Fiasco Theater production, received seven nominations including outstanding revival, choreographer (Lisa Shriver), lead actor in a musical (Ben Steinfield), lead actress in a musical (Jennifer Mudge), featured actor in a musical (Andy Grotelueschen), featured actress in a musical (Emily Young), scenic design (Derek McLane); while The Public Theater’s production of The Fortress of Solitude scored four nominations in the categories of outstanding musical, choregrapher (Camille A. Brown), lead actor in a musical (Adam Chanler-Berat), featured actor in a musical (Kevin Mambo).

Apr. 13:THE FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE Original Cast Album Release Party at Joe’s Pub will feature André De Shields, Adam Chanler-Berat, Kevin Mambo, Kyle Beltran, Ken Barnett, Britton Smith, Akron Watson and Juson Williams

The Fortress of Solitude, starring Adam Chanler-Berat, André De Shields, Kyle Beltran, Kevin Mambo, Rebecca Naomi Jones ends extended run 11/16; Ghostlight to Record Cast Album

Among television, film and music stars who received nominations for their Off Broadway work this year were Bill Pullman for lead actor in Sticks and Bones; Emmy winners S. Epatha Merkerson for lead actress in Billy Porter’s While I Yet Live, and Anna Gunn (“Breaking Bad”) for lead actress in Sex with Strangers; Tony Award winners Tonya Pinkins for lead actress in Rasheeda Speaking, and Lillias White for lead actress in a musical for The York Theatre’s production of Texas in Paris. 

Father Comes Home From The Wars Opening Night Celebration on October 28, 2014 at The Public Theater- Cast members Sterling K Brown, Jenny Jules, Jeremie Harris, Peter Jay Fernandez, Tonye Patano, playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, Louis Cancelmi, Russell G. Jones, Jacob Ming Trent, director Jo Bonney and Julian Rozzell Jr. Photo by Lia Chang

Father Comes Home From The Wars Opening Night Celebration on October 28, 2014 at The Public Theater- Cast members Sterling K Brown, Jenny Jules, Jeremie Harris, Peter Jay Fernandez, Tonye Patano, playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, Louis Cancelmi, Russell G. Jones, Jacob Ming Trent, director Jo Bonney and Julian Rozzell Jr. Photo by Lia Chang

Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3), produced by The Public Theater in association with American Repertory Theater, and written by Suzan-Lori Parks, recently named the 2015 Winner of the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History, received nominations for outstanding play and featured actor in a play (Jacob Ming-Trent).

Suzan-Lori Parks’ FATHER COMES HOME FROM THE WARS, PARTS 1, 2 & 3 is the 2015 Winner of the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History
Opening Night Photos: Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3) by Suzan-Lori Parks at The Public Theater

Terrence McNally (Photo by Lia Chang)

Terrence McNally. Photo by Lia Chang

Playwright Terrence McNally will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award; writer and composer Jeanine Tesori will be inducted onto the famed Playwrights’ Sidewalk in front of the Lucille Lortel Theatre; and veteran general manager Nancy Nagel Gibbs will receive the Edith Oliver Service to Off-Broadway Award.

A cocktail reception honoring the nominees will take place on Monday, April 20, at The Library at the Public Theater (425 Lafayette Street).

Members of the general public are again welcome to view the 7:00 PM ceremony. Public tickets are $75.00 and will be available starting today, April 2, via phone at 212.998.4941, online atwww.nyuskirball.org and in person at the Skirball Center’s Shagan Box Office (556 LaGuardia) from Tuesday – Saturday from 12 – 6pm, and two hours before performance.

2015 LUCILLE LORTEL AWARDS NOMINATIONS
Outstanding Play

Between Riverside and Crazy Produced by Atlantic Theater Company, Written by Stephen Adly Guirgis

Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3), Produced by The Public Theater in association with American Repertory Theater, Written by Suzan-Lori Parks

The Invisible Hand, Produced by New York Theatre Workshop, Written by Ayad Akhtar

My Mañana Comes, Produced by The Playwrights Realm, Written by Elizabeth Irwin

The Nether, Produced by MCC Theater, Written by Jennifer Haley

Chay Yew Helms World Premiere of The Playwrights Realm’s Production of MY MAÑANA COMES by Elizabeth Irwin at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater

The Company of The Fortress of Solitude. Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

The Company of The Fortress of Solitude. Photo Credit: Joan Marcus

Outstanding Musical
The Fortress of Solitude – Produced by The Public Theater in association with Dallas Theater Center, Book by Itamar Moses, Music and Lyrics by Michael Friedman, Conceived by Daniel Aukin, Based upon the novel by Jonathan Lethem

Hamilton – Produced by The Public Theater, Book, Music and Lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Inspired by the book Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow

The Lightning Thief – Produced by Theatreworks USA, Music and Lyrics by Rob Rokicki, Book by Joe Tracz

Adapted from the book by Rick Riordan

Nevermore – The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe, Produced by Radio Mouse Entertainment, Martin Hummel, Caiola Productions, Terry Schnuck, Susan Jaffe Tane, Hernreich-Horvath Productions, Catalyst Theatre in association with Fireboat Productions, Mary Cossette, Meredith Lynsey Schade, Written and Composed by Jonathan Christenson

Pretty Filthy – Produced by The Civilians in association with Jon B. Platt, Music and Lyrics by Michael Friedman, Book by Bess Wohl, Conceived by Steve Cosson, Michael Friedman & Bess Wohl

 Maria-Christina Oliveras, Alyse Alan Louis, Jared Zirelli (background), John Behlmann, Lulu Fall in Pretty Filthy. Photo by Richard Termine


Maria-Christina Oliveras, Alyse Alan Louis, Jared Zirelli (background), John Behlmann, Lulu Fall in Pretty Filthy.
Photo by Richard Termine

Outstanding Revival

Fashions for Men – Produced by Mint Theater Company, Written by Ferenc Molnár

Indian Ink – Produced by Roundabout Theatre Company in association with American Conservatory Theater, Written by Tom Stoppard

Into the Woods – Produced by Roundabout Theatre Company in association with McCarter Theatre Center, a Fiasco Theater production, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by James Lapine

Sticks and Bones – Produced by The New Group, Written by David Rabe

The Wayside Motor Inn. Produced by Signature Theatre, Written by A.R. Gurney

Raviv Ullman, Bill Pullman, Holly Hunter, Morocco Omari and Ben Schnetzer (back). Photo by Monique Carboni

Raviv Ullman, Bill Pullman, Holly Hunter, Morocco Omari and Ben Schnetzer (back). Photo by Monique Carboni

Outstanding Solo Show

EVERY BRILLIANT THING, Produced by Scott Morfee, Jean Doumanian, Tom Wirtshafter, Patrick Daly, Kelpie Arts LLC, Scott Rudin, Marc & Lisa Biales, Terry Allen Kramer, Michael Ostin, Written by Duncan Macmillan with Jonny Donahoe, Performed by Jonny Donahoe

Josephine and I, Produced by The Public Theater, Written and Performed by Cush Jumbo

Just Jim Dale, Produced by Roundabout Theatre Company,Written and Performed by Jim Dale

The Lion, Produced by Manhattan Theatre Club, Written and Performed by Benjamin Scheuer

Nneka Okafor, Owiso Odera. Photo by Joan Marcus

Nneka Okafor, Owiso Odera in Our Lady of Kibeho. Photo by Joan Marcus

Katori Hall’s OUR LADY OF KIBEHO on Time Out New York Critic Adam Feldman’s 10 best shows of 2014; closes December 14

Outstanding Director

Michael Greif, Our Lady of Kibeho

Thomas Kail, Hamilton

Austin Pendleton, Between Riverside and Crazy

Ken Rus Schmoll, The Invisible Hand

Ivo van Hove, Scenes From a Marriage

The cast of Into the Woods. Photo by Joan Marcus

The cast of Into the Woods. Photo by Joan Marcus

Outstanding Choreographer

Andy Blankenbuehler, Hamilton

Camille A. Brown, The Fortress of Solitude

Denis Jones, Piece of My Heart: The Bert Berns Story

Laura Krewski, Nevermore – The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe

Lisa Shriver, Into the Woods

Usman Ally and Justin Kirk in The Invisible Hand. Photo: Joan Marcus

Usman Ally and Justin Kirk in The Invisible Hand. Photo: Joan Marcus

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play
Usman Ally, The Invisible Hand

Carson Elrod, The Heir Apparent

Stephen McKinley Henderson, Between Riverside and Crazy

Owiso Odera, Our Lady of Kibeho

Bill Pullman, Sticks and Bones

Tonya Pinkins and Dianne Wiest

Tonya Pinkins and Dianne Wiest

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Play

Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Grand Concourse

Anna Gunn, Sex With Strangers

Jan Maxwell, The City of Conversation

S. Epatha Merkerson, While I Yet Live

Tonya Pinkins, Rasheeda Speaking

Anna Gunn and Billy Magnussen in Second Stage Theatre's

Anna Gunn and Billy Magnussen in Second Stage Theatre’s “Sex With Strangers.” Photo by Joan Marcus

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Musical

Adam Chanler-Berat, The Fortress of Solitude

Claybourne Elder, Allegro

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Hamilton

Leslie Odom Jr., Hamilton

Ben Steinfeld, Into the Woods

The Schuyler sisters work it in Paul Tazewell's costumes: Phillipa Soo, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Jasmine Cephas Jones, who plays their sib and Hamilton's mistress. Photo by Joan Marcus

The Schuyler sisters work it in Paul Tazewell’s costumes: Phillipa Soo, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Jasmine Cephas Jones, who plays their sib and Hamilton’s mistress. Photo by Joan Marcus

Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical

Michelle Knight, DISENCHANTED! The Hilarious Hit Musical

Jennifer Mudge, Into the Woods

Sally Murphy, The Threepenny Opera

Phillipa Soo, Hamilton

Lillias White, Texas in Paris

Lillias White stars as Osceola Mays, and Scott Wakefield as John Burrus in Texas in Paris. Photo by Carol Rosegg

Lillias White stars as Osceola Mays, and Scott Wakefield as John Burrus in Texas in Paris. Photo by Carol Rosegg

Photos: Lillias White, Scott Wakefield, Ebony Jo-Ann, Tina Fabrique, Marjorie Johnson, Akin Babatundé, Alan Govenar and More at TEXAS IN PARIS at The York Theatre Company 

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play

Victor Almanzar, Between Riverside and Crazy

Jacob Ming-Trent, Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

Jesse Pennington, Bootycandy

Will Pullen, Punk Rock

Scott Shepherd, The Village Bike

Liza Colón-Zayas. ©2015, Carol Rosegg

Liza Colón-Zayas. ©2015, Carol Rosegg

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play

Sophia Anne Caruso, The Nether

Sun Mee Chomet, brownsville song (b-side for tray)

Liza Colón-Zayas, Between Riverside and Crazy

Beth Dixon, The City of Conversation

Deirdre O’Connell, By the Water

Sun Mee Chomet and Sheldon Best in brownsville song (b-side for tray).  Photo by Erin Baiano

Sun Mee Chomet and Sheldon Best in brownsville song (b-side for tray). Photo by Erin Baiano

Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical

Kevin Mambo. Photo by Lia Chang

Kevin Mambo. Photo by Lia Chang

Daveed Diggs, Hamilton

Andy Grotelueschen, Into the Woods

Brian d’Arcy James, Hamilton

Kevin Mambo, The Fortress of Solitude

Steve Rosen, Pretty Filthy

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical

Renée Elise Goldsberry, Hamilton

Luba Mason, Pretty Filthy

Lulu Picart, DISENCHANTED! The Hilarious Hit Musical

Jessica Tyler Wright, Allegro

Emily Young, Into the Woods

Steve Rosen, Maria-Christina Oliveras in Pretty Filthy. Photo by Richard Termine

Steve Rosen, Maria-Christina Oliveras in Pretty Filthy. Photo by Richard Termine

Outstanding Scenic Design

Brett J. Banakis, Big Love

Laura Jellinek, The Nether

Derek McLane, Into the Woods

Walt Spangler, Between Riverside and Crazy

Jan Versweyveld, Scenes From a Marriage

Rebecca Naomi Jones, Libby Winters and Stacey Sargeant. Photo by T Charles Erickson.

Rebecca Naomi Jones, Libby Winters and Stacey Sargeant. Photo by T Charles Erickson.

Outstanding Costume Design

Candice Donnelly, Indian Ink

Bretta Gerecke, Nevermore – The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe

Clint Ramos, Bootycandy

Paul Tazewell, Hamilton

Anthony Ward, Josephine and I

Outstanding Lighting Design

Howell Binkley, Hamilton

David Lander, The Library

Tyler Micoleau, The Invisible Hand

Ben Stanton, The Nether

Japhy Weideman, Punk Rock

Outstanding Sound Design

Mikhail Fiksel, My Mañana Comes

Leah Gelpe, The Invisible Hand

Daniel Kluger and Brandon Wolcott, The Nether

Nevin Steinberg, Hamilton

Matt Tierney, Pocatello

The Off-Broadway League’s Lortel Awards Producing & Administration Committee (Terry Byrne, Dean Carpenter, Denise Cooper, Margaret Cotter, Carol Fishman, George Forbes, Michael Page, Catherine Russell, and Lindsey Sag) produces the Lortel Awards ceremony. Acclaimed writer/director Michael Heitzman returns to direct the Lortel Awards for the sixth consecutive year. The Lucille Lortel Awards are produced by special arrangement with the Lucille Lortel Foundation. Additional support is provided by Theatre Development Fund.

Representatives of the Off-Broadway League, Actors’ Equity Association, Stage Directors & Choreographers Society, the Lucille Lortel Foundation, in addition to theatre journalists and academics and other Off-Broadway professionals, serve on the Voting Committee.

cropped-lia-chang_photo-by-carlos-flores-3.jpgLia Chang is an actor, a performance and fine art botanical photographer, and an award-winning multi-platform journalist. Lia has appeared in the films Wolf, New Jack City, A Kiss Before Dying, King of New York, Big Trouble in Little China, The Last Dragon and Taxman. She has guest starred on “One Life to Live,” “As the World Turns,” and “New York Undercover.” Lia starred as Carole Barbara in Lorey Hayes’ Power Play at the National Black Theatre Festival in Winston-Salem, N.C., with Pauletta Pearson Washington and Roscoe Orman. She is profiled in Jade Magazine.

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One comment on “Hamilton tops Lucille Lortel Award Nominations along with Into the Woods, Between Riverside and Crazy, The Invisible Hand, The Nether and The Fortress of Solitude

  1. Rome Neal
    April 2, 2015

    Thank you so much for the 411… You’re the best!

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