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Ed Dixon Tells Show Stories at The Green Room 42

Ed Dixon Tells Show Stories at The Green Room 42

Ed Dixon, Drama Desk winner, Helen Hayes winner, star of countless Broadway shows returned to The Green Room 42 with the world premiere of his new one man show, Show Stories.

Ed Dixon

He assembled the best bonbons out of fifty years of Broadway memories… first hand accounts of Leonard Bernstein, Comden and Green, Ruby Keeler, Busby Berkeley, Ann-Margret, Gore Vidal, Kevin Spacey, Stephen Sondheim and many, many more.

Ed Dixon
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Ed Dixon
Ed Dixon
Ed Dixon

Dixon has appeared in numerous Broadway shows, including No, No, NanetteKing of SchnorrersThe Three MusketeersLes Misérables (the show’s 2nd and longest running Thenardier), CyranoThe Scarlet PimpernelThe Iceman ComethThe Best ManHow the Grinch Stole ChristmasSunday in the Park with George and Mary Poppins. In 1987 he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for his performance in the musical Shylock, for which he wrote the book, music, and lyrics.

Dixon was also a soloist in the Kennedy Center’s premiere production of Leonard Bernstein’s Mass and is on the recording conducted by the composer. He can also be heard on the cast recording of the 2001 national tour of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Dixon toured as the Governor opposite Ann-Margret as Miss Mona and Gary Sandy as Ed Earl Dodd. He won the 2010 Helen Hayes Award for best supporting actor in a musical for his turn as Max in Sunset Blvd.

In May 2012, Dixon took over the role of The Captain in the revival of Cole Porter’s Anything Goes from actor Walter Charles.

Dixon is the author/composer of Fanny Hill, which debuted in New York at The York Theatre after being launched at Goodspeed Musicals. Fanny Hill was nominated for two Drama Desk Awards and one Drama-Logue Award. Dixon also wrote the musical Richard Cory with noted playwright A. R. Gurney. The musical won the Festival Prize and the Audience Award when it debuted at the New York Musical Theatre Festival.His latest work, Whodunit… The Musical, based on a Mary Roberts Rinehart mystery has gained critical acclaim in regional venues throughout the United States.

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