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TONY Awards – Nomination for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical

Drama Desk Awards – Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical 

Outer Critic’s Awards –  Nomination for Featured Actor in a Musical  

Mr. Steggert was nominated for a Drama Dest Award for Outstanding Actor in a Music for his role in YANK! 


Production Website: www.RagtimeBroadway.com

Personal Twitter Page: www.twitter.com/BSteggert

Personal Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/BobbySteggert

Wikipedia: www.wikipedia.org/BobbySteggert

Broadwayworld.com: http://broadwayworld.com/BobbySteggert

Production Twitter Page: www.twitter.com/RagtimeOnBWay09

Production Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/RagtimeBroadway

YouTube.com Pagewww.youtube.com/RagtimeBroadway


BOBBY STEGGERT (Mother’s Younger Brother) originated the role of Mother’s Younger Brother at the Kennedy Center after last season’s Broadway: Three Generations. New York: the Broadway revival of 110 in the Shade (Outer Critics nomination), the Vineyard Theater’s The Slug Bearers of Kayrol Island (Drama Desk and Drama League nominations), Master Harold…and the boys (Broadway), columbinus (New York Theater Workshop), The Music Teacher (New Group), Mordred in Camelot (Live at Lincoln Center on PBS), and Yank! at the Gallery Players. Regional appearances include L.A. Theaterworks, St. Louis Rep, Milwaukee Rep, Pioneer Theater, Olney Theater, and Walnut Street Theater. Film/TV: The Namesake, Game Six, Night Swimming, Kinsey, For Richer or Poorer, and a year as Sam Grey on “All My Children.” He is a graduate of NYU and studied Shakespeare at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.



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“Mr. Steggert, as a tentative rebel in search of a cause, provides a hot center of real pain.” – Ben Brantley, The New York Times


[Pictured: Bobby Steggert (Mother’s Younger Brother), The Cast of RAGTIME]


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Best Revival of a Musical

Best Direction of a Musical – Marcia Milgrom Dodge

Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical – Christiane Noll

Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical – Bobby Steggert

Best Scenic Design of a Musical – Derek McLane

Best Lighting Design of a Musical – Donald Holder

RAGTIME won THE DRAMA DESK AWARD for nominations for Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical (Acme Sound Partners). RAGTIME was nominated for Outstanding Revival of a Musical, Outstanding Actress in a Musical (Christiane Noll),Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical (Bobby Steggert), Outstanding Director of a Musical (Marcia Milgrom Dodge), Outstanding Choreography (Marcia Milgrom Dodge), Outstanding Orchestrations (William David Brohn), Outstanding Set Design (Derek McLane), Outstanding Costume Design (Santo Loquasto).

OUTER CRITICS CIRCLE nomination for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical (Bobby Steggert).

DRAMA LEAGUE nominations for Distinguished Revival of a Musical, Distinguished Performance Award (Bobby Steggert).



Production Website: www.RagtimeBroadway.com
Twitter Page: www.twitter.com/RagtimeOnBWay09
Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/RagtimeBroadway
YouTube.com Page: www.youtube.com/RagtimeBroadway
Wikipedia.org: www.wikipedia.org/Ragtime(musical)
Broadway.com: http://www.broadway.com/Ragtime


At the dawn of the century, everything is changing…and anything is possible. Based on E.L. Doctorow’s celebrated epic novel and set in the volatile melting pot of turn-of-the-century New York, RAGTIME weaves together three distinctly American tales — that of a stifled upper-class wife, a determined Jewish immigrant and a daring young Harlem musician — united by their courage, compassion and belief in the promise of the future. Their personal journeys come alive as historic figures offer guidance and diversion – among them escape artist Harry Houdini, auto tycoon Henry Ford, educator Booker T. Washington and infamous entertainer Evelyn Nesbit. Together, their stories celebrate the struggle between tradition and independence all in pursuit of the American dream.

Tony nominee Christiane Noll performs on The View


THE BEST MUSICAL OF 2009. “A solid, well-sung revival. TERRENCE MCNALLY’S book is one of the BEST NOVEL-TO-MUSICAL TRANSFORMATIONS I’ve seen, and the STEPHEN FLAHERTY – LYNN AHRENS score reinvigorates the ragtime idiom.”  – Richard Zoglin, TIME

“AN ELEGANT, UPLIFTING PRODUCTION. A panoramic vision of America. Warmly acted with a majestic set, RAGTIME has moments of PIERCING SENSITIVITY and an AFFECTING HUMAN SOUL. TERRENCE MCNALLY’s script is a MARVEL of clarity.” – Ben Brantley, New York Times

“This is MUSICAL THEATER AT ITS MOST VIBRANT. No show investigates the nuances of the word ‘change’ as it relates to the American Dream more masterfully than RAGTIME. TRENCHANT and TIMELY, MARCIA MILGROM DODGE’s ELEGANT REVIVAL is delivered with fresh clarity and emotional immediacy. The focus is intimate, the sorrows piercing and the joys uplifting! The creative team is working at PEAK POTENTIAL. Under MARCIA MILGROM DODGE’s assured direction, the IMPECCABLE CAST plays like perfectly tuned instruments. The score is BEAUTIFULLY SUNG and played with all the exquisite dimension only a full-size orchestra can bring, making RAGTIME a TRANSPORTING SENSORY EXPERIENCE.” – David Rooney, Variety

“SOARING music and ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL singing. RAGTIME is about nothing less than the forces that shaped this country: immigration and risk-taking, ingenuity and generosity. It’s big ideas, with big songs, big stories and big personalities. MARCIA MILGROM DODGE has a great eye and comes up with many GORGEOUS, PAINTERLY COMPOSITIONS.” – Elisabeth Vincentelli, New York Post

RAGTIME features a supple cast under MARCIA MILGROM DODGE’S VIBRANT direction. LYNN AHRENS’ and STEPHEN FLAHERTY’s songs are well-crafted and GENUINELY SOULFUL. TERRENCE MCNALLY’s book tugs at your heart and conscience with such artful aggression that only an ogre could resist the urge to weep at some points and smile at others.” – Elysa Gardner, USA Today


[Pictured: Christiane Noll (Mother), Ron Bohmer (Father), Robert Petkoff (Tateh), Sarah Rosenthal (The Little Girl)]

[Pictured: Stephanie Umoh (Sarah), Quentin Earl Darrington (Coalhouse Walker Jr.)]

[Pictured: The cast of RAGTIME on Broadway]

[Pictured: Quentin Earl Darrington (Coalhouse Walker Jr.), Cast of RAGTIME on Broadway]


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Highlights of 2009-2010 Broadway Season

2009-2010 Broadway Season Officially Ends


Burn The Floor • Bye Bye Birdie • The Royal Family • Hamlet • After Miss Julie • Wishful Drinking • Ragtime • White Christmas  • A Little Night Music • A View From the Bridge • The Miracle Worker • A Behanding in Spokane •
Times Stands Still • Present Laughter • Next Fall • Looped • Red • Lend Me a Tenor • Million Dollar Quartet • La Cage aux Folles •  Sondheim on Sondheim • Fences • Collected Stories • Everyday Rapture

With the opening last night of Roundabout Theatre Company’s Everyday Rapture, the 2009-2010 Broadway Season officially comes to an end.
One of the busiest and exciting Broadway seasons in years included many moments that will make it truly memorable.  
Follow along with us on Twitter (@BBBway) as we look back at this electric, star-packed season.  
“Last summer, the Longacre heated up with the dancers of BURN THE FLOOR.  Maks and Karina from DWTS were a special treat for audiences.”
“The new Henry Miller’s Theatre opened in September with the first revival of the famous rock-n-roll musical BYE BYE BIRDIE.  Mayor Bloomberg cut the ribbon!”

“THE ROYAL FAMILY was so luscious, even the NY Times is still talking about it:   http://tinyurl.com/39yw4vg .”
“Jude Law returned to Broadway last fall in the Donmar Warehouse’s mega-hit acclaimed production of HAMLET.”
“Celebrated stars Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury lit up Broadway this Winter in the first revival of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC.”
“Carrie Fisher had audiences rolling in the aisles as she told her sordid, martini soaked tale in WISHFUL DRINKING.”
“The Neil Simon Plays: Brighton Beach Memoirs, directed by David Cromer, earns enthusiastic reviews, but plays briefly at Broadway’s Nederlander Theatre.”
“Patrick Marber’s AFTER MISS JULIE brought Sienna Miller & Jonny Lee Miller together in an intoxicating tango.”
 “Signature Theatre enjoys one of its biggest critical successes with the marathon trilogy production, Horton Foote’s THE ORPHANS’ HOME CYCLE, directed by Michael Wilson.”
“The celebrated musical RAGTIME returned to Broadway this Fall, breathing new life into the beloved American epic.”
“IRVING BERLIN’S WHITE CHRISTMAS returned to Broadway at the Marquis Theatre this Winter, making it New York’s newest holiday tradition.”

“The new year began dramatically with Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson in a definitive production of A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE.
“The dashing Victor Garber nailed the classic Noel Coward matinee idol role in a very funny revival of PRESENT LAUGHTER.”
“Donald Margulies’ newest play, TIME STANDS STILL earns rave reviews in its Broadway debut at MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre.”
“THE MIRACLE WORKER brought Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin to Circle in the Square for her Broadway debut, alongside Tony nominee Alison Pill.”
“Valerie Harper returned to Broadway in March in a tour-de-force performance as Tallulah Bankhead in LOOPED.”
“Geoffrey Naufft’s new American play NEXT FALL opened in March and was lauded by critics for its humor, compassion and depth.”
“March roared in like a lion with Chris Walken’s memorable portrayal of a one-handed man in A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE.”
“In April, MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET became Broadway’s newest smash hit musical featuring a treasure trove of beloved rock and roll songs.”
“Uproarious laughter has filled The Music Box since the April bow of Ken Ludwig’s madcap comedy Lend Me A Tenor, directed by Stanley Tucci.”
“Stage & screen vet Alfred Molina and Broadway newcomer Eddie Redmayne paint NY RED in John Logan’s new play, directed by Michael Grandage.”
“LA CAGE AUX FOLLES opens to raves for Kelsey Grammer & Douglas Hodge and the ingeniously reinvented production, directed by Terry Johnson.”
“The adoration for Sondheim’s musical genius continued this spring in SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM.  Barbara Cook is a rare treat for Broadway audiences.”
“Donald Margulies’ COLLECTED STORIES premiered on Broadway at MTC, starring Linda Lavin, Sarah Paulson and directed by Lynne Meadow.”
“The first Broadway revival of FENCES, directed by Kenny Leon, opened to a chorus of raves for stars Denzel Washington and Viola Davis.
“Sherie Rene Scott finished the season off with a bang, wowing critics with her new musical EVERYDAY RAPTURE.” 

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