The 70th Annual Theater World Award winners have just been announced. Bryan Cranston (All the Way
), Rebecca Hall (Machinal
) and Zachary Levi (First Date
) are just some of the actors being acknowledged for their Outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway Debut Performances.
Celia Keenan-Bolger has been named this year's winner of the 6th Annual Dorothy Loudon Award for Excellence in the Theater for her performance as Laura in this past season's revival production of The Glass Menagerie
— a performance that also earned her a Tony Award nomination.
Christopher Plummer, a two-time Tony Award winner and living theater legend, will be presented with the 2014 John Willis Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theater.
First presented in 1945, the Theater World Awards are given annually at the end of the theater season to six actors and six actresses for their significant, reviewable, debut performances in a Broadway or off-Broadway production.This year's winners will be celebrated at an awards ceremony on Monday, June 2, at Circle in the Square. Theater journalist Peter Filichia will host the evening's events.
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