Attention Playbill.com readers! What was your most memorable theatre moment of the year?

Inside Track   Attention Playbill.com readers! What was your most memorable theatre moment of the year?
 
You've heard from us, now we want to hear from you! What was your most memorable theatre moment of 2010?


From the triumphant Broadway debuts from the likes of Douglas Hodge and Scarlett Johansson; to the highly anticipated Main Stem returns of Denzel Washington, Al Pacino and Brian Stokes Mitchell; to Sondheim-mania; to the theatricalized lives of Mark Rothko, Tallulah Bankhead, the Ashington Group, and the Scottsboro Boys; to the fantastical lives portrayed in Brief Encounter and Pee-wee Herman; to the tangled web of Spider-Man — 2010 was an interesting year (to say the least) for the theatre.

If you want to be included in our Most Memorable Stories of 2010 feature on Playbill.com, be sure to email me at bross@playbill.com before Wednesday, December 29.
John Logan's <i>Red</i> won the Tony for Best Play, and August Wilson's <i>Fences</i> won for Best Revival of a Play.


<i>Memphis</i> was named Best Musical.  <i>La Cage aux Folles</i> won the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical.


Legendary leading ladies Bernadette Peters and Elaine Stritch joined the Broadway cast of <i>A Little Night Music</i> July 13. They replaced Catherine Zeta-Jones and Angela Lansbury, respectively.


Stephen Sondheim was honored with the unveiling of his namesake theatre.  The former Henry Miller's Theatre was officially unveiled as the Stephen Sondheim Theatre with a Sept. 15 ceremony.


Legendary singer Patti LaBelle joined the cast of <i>Fela!</i> in September.  Rock icon Dee Snider stepped into the role of


<i>Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson</i> and <i>The Scottsboro Boys</i>, both hits Off-Broadway, moved to Broadway in the fall.

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