Adriane Lenox

Adriane Lenox

Performer
  • Born: Sep 11, 1956 in Memphis, Tennessee

Roles (15)

After Midnight Playbill - Opening Night After Midnight (2013)
Opened Nov 3, 2013
After Midnight Playbill - Opening Night
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Doubt Playbill - Opening Night, March 2005 Doubt (2005)
Opened Mar 31, 2005
  • as Mrs. Muller (Original)
Doubt - Opening Night
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Caroline or Change Playbill - Opening Night, April 2004 Caroline, or Change (2004)
Opened May 2, 2004
  • as Caroline Thibodeaux (Standby - Original)
Caroline, or Change - Opening Night
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Production Placeholder Funny Girl (2002)
Opened Sep 23, 2002
  • as Emma (Original)
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Production Placeholder Dreamgirls (2001)
Opened Sep 24, 2001
  • as Joanne (Original)
  • as One of "Les Style" (Original)
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Kiss Me, Kate Playbill - Opening Night Kiss Me, Kate (1999)
Opened Nov 18, 1999
  • as Hattie (Original)
Kiss Me Kate - Opening Night
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Fascinating Rhythm Playbill - Opening Night, April 1999 The Gershwins' Fascinating Rhythm (1999)
Opened Apr 25, 1999
The Gershwins Fascinating Rhythm - Opening Night
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Chicago Playbill - August 2017 Chicago (1996)
Opened Nov 14, 1996
  • as Matron "Mama" Morton (Replacement)
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How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying Playbill - March 1995 How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (1995)
Opened Mar 23, 1995
  • as Miss Jones (Replacement)
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Dreamgirls Playbill - Sept 1983 Dreamgirls (1981)
Opened Dec 20, 1981
  • as Ensemble (Replacement)
  • as Charlene (Replacement)
  • as One of "Les Style" (Replacement)
  • as Lorrell Robinson (Understudy - Replacement)
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Awards

Drama Desk Award
2014 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical After Midnight Nominee
2005 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Doubt Winner
Outer Critics Circle
2005 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Doubt Nominee
Tony Award
2014 Best Featured Actress in a Musical After Midnight Nominee
2005 Best Featured Actress in a Play Doubt Winner

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