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Last chance to catch Ken Ludwig’s LEND ME A TENOR!

LAST CHANCE TO CATCH LEND ME A TENOR!

Final performance August 15th!

Ken Ludwig’s LEND ME A TENOR’s starring Anthony LaPaglia, Tony Shalhoub, Justin Bartha, Brooke Adams, Mary Catherine Garrison, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Jay Klaitz, and Jan Maxwell, directed by Stanley Tucci will play its final performance next Sunday, August 15, ending its acclaimed limited engagement at the Music Box Theatre (239 W. 45th Street) The production will have played 153 performances and 24 previews.

LEND ME A TENOR opened on April 4, 2010 to rave reviews including:

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Lend Me A Tenor’s Anthony LaPaglia & Tony Shalhoub on “The Wendy Williams Show”

LEND ME A TENOR’S ANTHONY LaPAGLIA AND TONY SHALHOUB

ON “THE WENDY WILLIAMS SHOW”

FRIDAY, JULY 23

LEND ME A TENOR’s Anthony LaPaglia and Tony Shalhoub will be featured on “The Wendy Williams Show” this Friday, June 23 at 10:00AM on FOX Channel 5 and at 10:00PM on MY9 Channel 9 in New York.

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Lend me a Tenor announces King James

Lend Me a Tenor Announces King James

Last night at the curtain call of Broadway’s comedy hit Lend Me a Tenor, cast member Jay Klaitz shushed the crowd. A basketball was tossed to him from offstage and he opened a noted taped to it and announced that LeBron James had chosen Miami.  Lend Me A Tenor is playing in New York and takes place in Cleveland, so you can imagine the disappointment.

Watch it here!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwUVraLtu98

Ken Ludwig’s comedy LEND ME A TENOR stars Anthony LaPaglia, Tony Shalhoub, Justin Bartha, Brooke Adams, Mary Catherine Garrison, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Jay Klaitz, and Jan Maxwell, and is directed by Stanley TucciLEND ME A TENOR is now playing at the Music Box Theatre (239 West 45th Street).

LEND ME A TENOR will play its last performance on August 15th.

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Lend Me A Tenor’s Tony Shalhoub receives Emmy nomination

LEND ME A TENOR’S TONY SHALHOUB

RECEIVES EMMY NOMINATION

Tony Shalhoub who is currently playing opera impresario “Saunders” in the hit Broadway comedy LEND ME A TENOR has been nominated for an Emmy award for his work as private detective “Adrian Monk” on the award winning series “Monk.” This marks Mr. Shalhoub’s eighth Emmy nomination playing the title role; winning three times.

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Lend Me A Tenor’s Tony Shalhoub interviewed for American Theatre Wing’s “Downstage Center”

LEND ME A TENOR’S TONY SHALHOUB

 FEATURED ON AMERICAN THEATRE WING’S DOWNSTAGE CENTER 

 

LEND ME A TENOR’s Tony Shalhoub is currently featured on the American Theatre Wing’s podcast, “Downstage Center.”   During his in depth interview with Howard Sherman, he speaks about the challenge of playing farce, including why he’s lost 20 pounds since starting the run.  He also talks about his journey from the Midwest to the Yale School of Drama, Cambridge’s American Repertory Theatre, Broadway and more.  

 

                                                To hear the interview, CLICK HERE

 

LEND ME A TENOR opened on April 4, 2010 to rave reviews including:

 

“Shalhoub is EXQUISITE as the tyrannical manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera…the crowd goes wild.” Scott Brown, NEW YORK MAGAZINE

 

 “Shalhoub delivers an EXTRAORDINARY performance marked by wild exaggeration, total desperation, and manic physical energy.” – Matt Windman, AM NEW YORK

 

 “Let me spell it out: Lend Me a Tenor is the most HOWLINGLY FUNNY and INGENIOUSLY STAGED laugh machine to hit Broadway in years. There’s no point in telling you how superbly fun this all is:  Go now, and don’t wait for the fat lady to sing.”

– David Cote, TIME OUT NEW YORK

 

Tony Shalhoub received a Drama League nomination for his role as Opera Impresario, “Saunders.” Additionally LEND ME A TENOR received Tony nominations for Best Revival of a Play, Best Featured Actress in a Play (Jan Maxwell) and Best Costume Design of a Play (Martin Pakledinaz), Outer Critics Circle Award nominations for Outstanding Revival of a Play, Outstanding Director of a Play (Stanley Tucci), Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play (Jan Maxwell) and Outstanding Costume Design (Martin Pakledinaz), and Drama League Award nominations for Distinguished Revival of a Play and a Distinguished Performance Award for Jan Maxwell as well as Mr. Shalhoub.

 

Ken Ludwig’s comedy LEND ME A TENOR stars Anthony LaPaglia, Tony Shalhoub, Justin Bartha, Brooke Adams, Mary Catherine Garrison, Jennifer Laura Thompson, Jay Klaitz, and Jan Maxwell, and is directed by Stanley TucciLEND ME A TENOR is now playing at the Music Box Theatre (239 West 45th Street).

 

LEND ME A TENOR will play its last performance on August 15th.

 

It plays the following schedule: Tue at 7, Wed-Sat at 8, Wed & Sat at 2, Sun at 3.

Ticket Prices: $121.50 and $86.50 at all performances except Saturday at 8 PM when they are $126.50 and $86.50.   All prices include a $1.50 facility fee. Tickets are available through Telecharge (212 239 6200) or at www.Telecharge.com.

 

 

 

www.lendmeatenoronbroadway.com

 

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Lend Me A Tenor’s Mary Catherine Garrison gives Broadway.com Backstage Tour

LEND ME A TENOR’S MARY CATHERINE GARRISON TAKES BROADWAY.COM BACKSTAGE AT THE MUSIC BOX THEATRE

To see the full video CLICK HERE!

“Let me spell it out: LEND ME A TENOR is the most howlingly funny and ingeniously staged laugh machine to hit Broadway in years. There’s no point in telling you how superbly fun this all is: Go now, and don’t wait for the fat lady to sing.”- David Cote, Time Out New York

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LEND ME A TENOR’S twice Tony nominated Jan Maxwell featured on TDF.org

 

LEND ME A TENOR’S JAN MAXWELL

2 TIME TONY AWARD NOMINEE

 FEATURED ON TDF.ORG  

 

“Leading Role vs. Featured Role”

Dual Tony nominee Jan Maxwell reflects on the difference
Lead performance. Supporting performance. Leading Actress. Featured Actress. Come awards season, these distinctions get made all the time, and it’s easy to take them for granted.

But what do they mean, really? Are supporting roles and leading roles so different? Do they demand such dissimilar things from an actor that they should be considered separately when it’s time to hand out trophies?

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