Who Won the 1961
Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play

Zero Mostel

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1960 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner
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Lillian Ross, celebrated New Yorker writer, dead at 99

Los Angeles Times
One of her books, “The Player,” published in 1962, was exclusively a collection of profiles of prominent actors, including Kim Stanley, Jane Fonda, Zero Mostel and Warren Beatty. She periodically fixed her gaze on less luminous folks, from a busload of ...

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Review: A laff-a-minute 'Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum' (Walnut Street Theatre)

Newsworks.org
(Zero Mostel starred in the original, in 1962.) The side-splitting production at Walnut Street Theatre, with Ferrante at the helm offstage and on, runs beautifully on overdrive. He plays Pseudolus, a conniving Roman slave who falls into a situation ...

1961 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner Zero Mostel News

This Month in Theatre History

American Theatre
Performer Zero Mostel collapses backstage before a matinee of Arnold Wesker's play The Merchant (later renamed Shylock) at the Forrest Theatre in Philadelphia, a pre-Broadway staging also featuring Marian Seldes. Both that performance—what would ...

1961 Tony Awards Best Leading Actor Play Winner Zero Mostel News

Kavinoky's 'The Producers' is an energetic start to the theater season

Buffalo News
Thankfully, Sham does not channel Zero Mostel's original performance, a fruitless endeavor that even Nathan Lane avoided doing on stage. He does not quite reach Max's comedic potential, and is only occasionally self-aware enough—not enough wink and ...

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