1999 Tony Nominee: Parade (Musical)

Tony Awards   1999 Tony Nominee: Parade (Musical)
 
Parade, the Jason Robert Brown-Alfred Uhry-Harold Prince musical about murder and anti-Semitism in 1912 Atlanta, has been nominated for a Best Musical Tony Award.
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Parade, the Jason Robert Brown-Alfred Uhry-Harold Prince musical about murder and anti-Semitism in 1912 Atlanta, has been nominated for a Best Musical Tony Award.

The serious-minded musical tells of the strengthening relationship between Brooklyn-born Jew Leo Frank and his wife, Lucille, after he is wrongly accused of murdering a child. The story is based on fact.

Co-produced by Lincoln Center and Livent, the musical had a short run that garnered mixed notices and mixed audience response: It ran Dec. 17, 1998 Feb. 28, 1999.

Livent is also the producer of Fosse, which has also been nominated for Best Musical in 1999.

Parade's book is by Alfred Uhry, music and lyrics are by Jason Robert Brown (his Broadway debut) and direction by the legendary Prince (Sweeney Todd, Evita, etc.)

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