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Actor Dan Radcliffe Nominated for Drama Desk Award for "Equus"

Posted by: sue
April 27, 2009, 11:14 AM

Congratulations are in order today for actor Dan Radcliffe as  he was nominated for a prestigious Drama Desk award. Dan was recognized this morning in the category of  "Outstanding Actor in a Play" for his performance in the Broadway production of Equus.  The play was also nominated in the categories of "Lighting Design," and "Sound Design."

Congratulations Dan Radcliffe from all of us here at TLC!  The 54th Annual Drama Desk Awards, hosted by Tony Award winner Harvey Fierstein, will be held May 17 at the F.H. LaGuardia Concert Hall at Lincoln Center in Manhattan. The ceremony will begin at 9 PM.

Thanks Taylor!

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mollywobble, the Drama Desk Awards are the most important and prestigious theater awards in America after the Tonys. Basically, if you get a nomination for a Drama Desk Award, there is a good chance you’ll nominated for a Tony, but the ones who don’t get a nomination for these awards can say bye to the Tony already.

Posted by ethanHP on April 28, 2009, 04:48 PM report to moderator
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Cool! I hope he wins!

Posted by PhoenixFlight [ITC!] on April 29, 2009, 07:03 PM report to moderator
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Wow that it so amazing! Congrats Dan!

Posted by Lizbit on April 30, 2009, 04:25 PM report to moderator
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