PHOTO CALL: He Must Have Done Something Good: Andrews Congrats Plummer on Robards Award

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Maria and Captain von Trapp, together again. April 22, Christopher Plummer was given the first Jason Robards Award for Excellence in Theatre by the Roundabout Theatre in a special gala evening. His "Sound of Music" co-star Julie Andrews was there to congratulate him on the honor.

Plummer co-starred with Robards in the Roundabout's 1994 production of Harold Pinter's No Man's Land. His many Broadway credits include J.B., The Royal Hunt for the Sun, The Good Doctor, Drinks Before Dinner, Macbeth and Barrymore. He crooned "Edelweiss" in "The Sound of Music," a film made early in his movie career. Plummer would also appear in "The Man Who Would Be King," "Somewhere in Time," "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country," "Malcom X" and "Twelve Monkeys."

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— By Christine Ehren