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News Tony Nominees Pinkins and Morton Part of Broadway By the Year: 1963 June 14 Two of this season's Tony nominees — Caroline, or Change's Tonya Pinkins and Taboo's Euan Morton — will take part in the latest installment of the acclaimed Broadway By the Year concert series.
Tonya Pinkins and Euan Morton
Tonya Pinkins and Euan Morton

The 1963 Broadway season will be saluted June 14, the last concert of the series' fourth season. Joining Pinkins and Morton onstage will be Nancy Anderson, Stephen Bogardus, Liz Callaway, Robert Cuccioli, Julia Murney and Noah Racey. Assassins' Marc Kudisch will direct the evening, which begins at 8 PM at Town Hall.

Concertgoers can expect to hear tunes from such musicals as Oliver!, She Loves Me, 110 in the Shade, The Girl Who Came to Supper and Tovarich. Cabaret critic Scott Siegel, who is the producer and host of the series, will also announce the line-up of shows for the 2005 Broadway By the Year series.

Tonya Pinkins, a Tony nominee for her performance in Caroline, or Change, received her Tony Award for her performance in Jelly's Last Jam. Her other Broadway credits include Merrily We Roll Along, Chronicle of a Death Foretold, Play On! (Tony nomination) and The Wild Party. She starred in the City Center Encores! mounting of Harold Arlen's House of Flowers, and she is currently reprising her role as Livia Frye Cudahy on the ABC serial "All My Children."

Euan Morton received a Tony and an Olivier Award nomination for his performance in Taboo. His other theatre credits include We Will Rock You, The Silent Treatment, The Matchstalk Man, The Sexual Life of the Camel, Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf and Approaching Zanzibar. Taboo marked Morton's Broadway debut.

Tickets for Broadway By the Year: 1963 are priced at $45 and $37.50 and are available by calling (212) 307-4100 or (212) 840-2824. Town Hall is located at 123 West 43rd Street. Visit for more information.

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