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Productions with Globe origins that have gone on to Broadway
Tony Nominations/Awards (** = Winner)

Meteor Shower - by Steve Martin. Directed at the Globe by Gordon Greenberg, a co-production with Long Wharf Theatre. Meteor Shower had its world premiere at The Old Globe July 30–September 18, 2016. Broadway previews, directed by Jerry Zaks, began at the Booth Theatre November 1, 2017, with opening night on November 29.
                Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play: Amy Schumer

Bright Star - Music and book by Steve Martin and music and lyrics by Edie Brickell, based on an original story by Martin and Brickell. Directed by Walter Bobbie; choreography by Josh Rhodes. Bright Star was developed and had its world premiere at The Old Globe September 13 – November 2, 2014. Pre-Broadway engagement at The Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater, December 2, 2015- January 10, 2016. Broadway previews began at the Cort Theatre February 25, with opening night March 24, 2016.
                Best Musical
                Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) written for the theatre: Steve Martin and Edie Brickell
                Best Book of a Musical: Steve Martin
                Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical: Carmen Cusack
                Best Orchestrations: August Eriksmoen

Allegiance - Music and lyrics by Jay Kuo; book by Marc Acito, Jay Kuo, and Lorenzo Thione. Directed by Stafford Arima; choreography by Andrew Palmero. Produced at the Globe September 7 – October 28, 2012, opened on Broadway October 6, 2015.

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder - Book by Robert L. Freedman; music by Steven Lutvak; lyrics by Freedman and Lutvak. Directed by former Old Globe Co-Artistic Director Darko Tresnjak; choreography by Peggy Hickey; a co-production with Hartford Stage. Produced at Hartford first, then the Globe March 8 – April 14, 2013, opened on Broadway November 17, 2013.
                Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical: Jefferson Mays 
                Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical: Bryce Pinkham
                Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical: Lauren Worsham
                Best Book of a Musical: Robert L. Freedman**
                Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) written for the theatre: Music: Steven Lutvak and Lyrics: Robert L. Freedman & Steven Lutvak
                Best Orchestrations: Jonathan Tunick
                Best Scenic Design of a Musical: Alexander Dodge
                Best Costume Design of a Musical: Linda Cho**
                Best Direction of a Musical: Darko Tresnjak**
                Best Musical**

A Catered Affair - Book by Harvey Fierstein; music & lyrics by John Bucchino; directed by John Doyle. Produced at the Globe in 2007; Broadway opening: April, 2008. 
                Best Actress: Faith Prince
                Best Actor: Tom Wopat
                Best Orchestrations: Jonathan Tunick

The Times They Are A-Changin’ - Conceived, directed and choreographed by Twyla Tharp to the music of Bob Dylan. Produced at the Globe in 2006; Broadway debut in 2006.

Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! - Book & lyrics by Timothy Mason; music by Mel Marvin; directed by Jack O'Brien. Produced at the Globe 1998-present; Broadway debut in 2006.

Chita Rivera: The Dancer's Life - Book by Terrence McNally; directed by Graciela Daniele. Produced at the Globe in 2005; Broadway opening on December 11, 2005.
                Best Actress: Chita Rivera

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels - Book by Jeffrey Lane; music & lyrics by David Yazbek; directed by Jack O’Brien. Produced at the Globe in 2004; Broadway opening in March, 2005.
                Best Actor: Norbert Leo Butz **
                Best Actor: John Lithgow
                Best Actress: Sherie Rene Scott
                Best Featured Actress: Joanna Gleason
                Best Director: Jack O’Brien
                Best Score: David Yazbek
                Best Book of a Musical: Jeffrey Lane
                Best Choreography: Jerry Mitchell
                Best Orchestrations: Harold Wheeler
                Best Lighting: Kenneth Posner
                Best Musical                                                     

Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All – By Martin Tahse; directed by Don Scardino. Produced at the Globe in 2003; Broadway opening in 2004.

Julius Caesar - By William Shakespeare; directed by Daniel Sullivan. Produced at the Globe in 2003; Broadway opening in 2005.

Imaginary Friends - By Nora Ephron; music by Marvin Hamlisch; lyrics by Craig Carnelia; directed by Jack O’Brien. Produced at the Globe in 2002; Broadway opening in 2002.

The Full Monty - By Terrence McNally; music & lyrics by David Yazbek ; directed by Jack O’Brien. Produced at the Globe in 2000; Broadway opening in 2000.
                Best Actor: Patrick Wilson
                Best Featured Actor: Andre De Shields
                Best Featured Actor: John Ellison Conlee
                Best Featured Actress: Kathleen Freeman
                Best Director: Jack O’Brien
                Best Score: David Yazbek
                Best Book of a Musical: Terrence McNally
                Best Choreography: Jerry Mitchell
                Best Orchestrations: Harold Wheeler
                Best Musical                                                     

Getting and Spending - By Michael J. Chepiga; directed by John Tillinger. Produced at the Globe in 1998; Broadway opening in 1998.

Play On! - Conceived & directed by Sheldon Epps; book by Cheryl L. West; music by Duke Ellington. Produced at the Globe in 1996; Broadway opening in 1997.
                Best Actress: Tonya Pinkins
                Best Featured Actor: Andre De Shields
                Best Orchestrations: Luther Henderson

Getting Away with Murder - By Stephen Sondheim & George Furth; directed by Jack O’Brien. Produced at the Globe in 1995 (as The Doctor Is Out); Broadway opening in 1996.

Damn Yankees - By George Abbott and Richard Adler (Revival); directed by Jack O’Brien. Produced at the Globe in 1993; Broadway opening in 1994.
                Best Featured Actor: Jarrod Emick **
                Best Actor: Victor Garber
                Best Choreography: Rob Marshall
                Best Musical Revival

Redwood Curtain - By Lanford Wilson; directed by Marshall Mason. Produced at the Globe in 1993; Broadway opening in 1993. 
                Best Actress: Debra Monk **
                Best Scenic Design: John Lee Beatty
                Best Lighting Design: Dennis Parichy

Two Trains Running - By August Wilson; directed by Lloyd Richards. Produced at the Globe in 1991; Broadway opening in 1992. 
                Best Featured Actor: Larry Fishburn ** (now Laurence)
                Best Featured Actor: Roscoe Lee Brown
                Best Featured Actress: Cynthia Martells
                Best Play: August Wilson

Jake's Women - By Neil Simon; directed by Jack O’Brien. Produced at the Globe in 1990; Broadway opening in 1992.
                Best Actor: Alan Alda

The Piano Lesson - By August Wilson; directed by Lloyd Richards. Produced at the Globe in 1989; Broadway opening in 1990.
                Best Actor: Charles S. Dutton
                Best Featured Actress: S. Epatha Merkerson
                Best Featured Actor: Rocky Carroll
                Best Play: August Wilson
                Best Director: Lloyd Richards

Rumors - By Neil Simon; directed by Gene Saks. Produced at the Globe in 1988; Broadway opening in 1989. 
                Best Featured Actress: Christine Baranski **

Joe Turner’s Come and Gone - By August Wilson; directed by Lloyd Richards. Produced at the Globe in 1988; Broadway opening in 1988. 
                Best Featured Actress: L. Scott Caldwell **
                Best Featured Actor: Delroy Lindo
                Best Featured Actress: Kimberleigh Aarn
                Best Featured Actress: Kimberly Scott
                Best Play: August Wilson
                Best Director: Lloyd Richards

Into the Woods - By Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine; directed by James Lapine. Produced at the Globe in 1987; Broadway opening in 1988.
                Best Actress: Joanna Gleason **
                Best Score: Stephen Sondheim **
                Best Book of a Musical: James Lapine **
                Best Actor: Robert Westenberg                      
                Best Director: James Lapine
                Best Choreographer: Lar Lubovitch
                Best Costume Design: Ann Hould-Ward
                Best Lighting Design: Richard Nelson
                Best Scenic Design: Tony Straiges
                Best Musical