Fonda, Daly, Lithgow and More Will Be Drama League Award Presenters

News   Fonda, Daly, Lithgow and More Will Be Drama League Award Presenters
Broadway's Jane Fonda, John Lithgow, Tyne Daly, Sutton Foster and Patrick Wilson will appear as awards presenters at The 75th Annual Drama League Awards Ceremony and Luncheon on May 15 at Marriott Marquis Hotel in Manhattan.

The event will be co-hosted by Jeremy Irons (Impressionism) and Cynthia Nixon (Distracted).

Fonda, Lithgow, Daly, Foster and Wilson join previously announced awards presenters Harold Prince, Stephen Daldry and Irv Welzer.

Each season, The Drama League presents competitive awards in five categories: Distinguished Production of a Musical, Distinguished Production of a Play, Distinguished Revival of a Musical, Distinguished Revival of a Play and the Distinguished Performance Award. Nominations for these awards were announced on April 21.

For a complete list of nominees, please visit

Earlier this spring, The Drama League announced the recipients of its annual special recognitions: Elton John will receive the Distinguished Achievement in Musical Theatre Award, Arthur Laurents will be honored with the Julia Hansen Award for Excellence in Directing and Angela Lansbury will receive the Unique Contribution to the Theatre Award. In addition, Broadway producer Herb Blodgett will receive The Drama League's 75th Anniversary Leadership Award.

Tickets for The 75th Annual Drama League Awards Ceremony and Luncheon are now available. Individual tickets are $175-$450. Tables of ten range from $1,750 to $4,250.

In honor of the 75th Anniversary of The Drama League Awards, for the first time ever, mezzanine seating will be available for $75 per person. The "Celebration Ticket" price includes an open beer, wine and soda bar (lunch is not included).

For more information, call The Drama League at (212) 244-9494 ext. 5 or visit


The Drama League was founded in 1916 as an association of theatre professionals and patrons dedicated to encouraging the finest in professional theatre.

A theatrical service organization, The Drama League "provides an unparalleled training program for emerging theatre artists through The Directors Project, which encourages and trains young talents while providing much-needed exposure and essential connections to the professional theatrical community. The Drama League's Audience Project is dedicated to building strong, passionate audiences for the American theatre, providing discounted tickets for its members to the best Broadway, Off-Broadway and regional productions across the United States while enhancing the theatregoer's understanding and experience of live theatre through its informative panels, luncheons and discussions with leading figures in the field."

Today’s Most Popular News: