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The 75th Annual Theatre World Awards: The Red Carpet

The 75th Annual Theatre World Awards: The Red Carpet
Dale Badway
Dale Badway

At the Neil Simon Theatre, the Theatre World Awards, celebrated 12 performers who made a memorable New York City debut this season.

Peter Filichia
Philip Boykin

Phillip Boykin opened with “Some Enchanted Evening” into a parodied “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love, Babe” praising 75 years of Theatre World Awards.

Philip Boykin
Danielle Brooks
Danielle Brooks

Danielle Brooks (The Color Purple, Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black) presented to Jeremy Pope (Choir BoyAin’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations). The BFF’s use to hang out and eat ice cream.

Jeremy Pope
Jeremy Pope

Celia Keenan-Bolger presented to cast mate Gbenga Akinnagbe from To Kill a Mockingbird.

Gbenga Akinnagbe
Linda Eder
Linda Eder

Bonnie Hilligan was thrilled that Linda Eder presented her the award.

Bonnie Milligan
Micaela Diamond
Micaela Diamond

Nicholas Barasch won his TWA in 2016 for She Loves Me and his good friend Micaela Diamond was headed to Carnegie Mellon before she ended up getting cast in The Cher Show. Cher, just before opening night gave Diamond a piece of advice: “Be quiet, but loud.” 

Nicholas Barasch
Nicholas Barasch
Rob McClure 

Rob McClure (Beetlejuice) called co-star Sophia Anne Caruso “strange and unusual” to described the 17-year-old winner.

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Sophia Anne Caruso
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Sophia Anne Caruso
Ernestine Jackson

Ernestine Jackson (TWA 1974 Raisin) sang “The Love I Have for You”.

Ernestine Jackson

Ruthie Ann Miles won her TWA for Here Lies Love who was thrilled to present to TV’s Simone Missick for her role in Paradise Blue 

Simone Missick
Simone Missick and Dorian Missick
Colton Ryan

Before introducing Colton Ryan (Girl from the North Country), Rosemary Harris (The Lion in WinterMy Fair Lady) spoke of being an understudying having to walk the dog so it wouldn’t urinate during a performance. Shethen came to America and got her Broadway debut in The Climate of Eden

Rosemary Harris
Rosemary Harris
Lionel Larner

Lionel Larner (Executive Director, Dorothy Loudon Foundation) presented the Excellence in Theater to Hampton Fluker for his performance in All My Sons. 

Hampton Fluker
Hampton Fluker
James Davis

Justin Bohon presented to James Davis who plays Will Parker in Oklahoma!

James Davis
Stephanie Styles
Stephanie Styles

Stephanie Styles got the acting bug at the age of 4 when she saw The Phantom of the Opera in Houston. She brought Phantom actor Brad Little a ghost beanie baby, as Brad gave her a backstage tour and showed her the magic.

Hampton Fluker and guest
Hampton Fluker and Guest
 Stephen Nachamie
Charles Dale

Charles Dale and Griffin Osborne (The Ferryman) read thank you’s from Tom Glynn Carney and Paddy Considine, who are back in London with The Ferryman.

Griffin Osborne
Nathan Lane

Nathan Lane accept a Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus co-stars Kristine Nielsen and Julie White.

Elaine Joyce
Elaine Joyce
Geneva Carr 
Geneva Carr 
Jill O’Hara

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