April 18, 2015

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Stephanie J. Block and Will Chase's Tony Nominations No Mystery at All

The Mystery of Edwin Drood 's Stephanie J. Block and Will Chase met with Playbill at the annual Tony nominations media day to talk about their nominations (Best Actress in a Musical and Best Featured Actor in a Musical, respectively), the traditions of British music hall theatre that creator Rupert Holmes used within the production, Block's diva-with-a-dog exit from the show and a company composed entirely of potential Tony nominees. See a chat with Kinky Boots' Tony nominees.



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