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

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