A Tribute To Angela Lansbury

October 28, 2013

7:00pm
Tickets:
$100 for the performance and induction ceremony
$150 for the benefit reception SOLD OUT!
$250 including both induction ceremony and benefit reception. SOLD OUT!
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Bucks County Playhouse is honored to announce the creation of the Bucks County Playhouse Hall of Fame to honor theatrical luminaries who have graced the New Hope stage. The inaugural inductee will be the five-time Tony Award® winner and Bucks County Playhouse alumna Angela Lansbury.

Angela Lansbury appeared at the Playhouse in 1952′s Affairs of State, years before she graced the Broadway stage, making her the perfect first honoree.

Theatrical visionary MrHarold Prince will present Angela Lansbury with her Bucks County Playhouse Hall of Fame honoree award. Mr. Prince directed Ms. Lansbury in the original production of Sweeney Todd, for which they both received Tony® Awards. The performance and induction ceremony will include a tribute performance by some of Ms. Lansbury’s Broadway colleagues.

Performers and Special Guests Include:

David Beach, Kerry Butler, Nick Cearley, Tyne Daly, Christine Ebersole, 
Hunter Foster, 
Boyd Gaines, Justin Guarini, Jonathan Hadary, Lauren Molina, Alfred Uhry,  AND MORE!!

Platinum  Sponsors

Harlan and Sally Weisman

Gold Sponsor

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Angela Lansbury has enjoyed a seven-decade career, as a screen star and as an award-winning stage actor in New York and London. She made her Broadway debut in 1957 as Bert Lahr’s wife in Hotel Paradiso. Her other Broadway credits include A Taste of Honey (1960), Anyone Can Whistle (1961), Mame (1966, Tony Award), Dear World (1968, Tony Award), Gypsy (1974 revival, Tony Award), Sweeney Todd (1979, Tony Award), Blithe Spirit (2009 revival, Tony Award), A Little Night Music (2009 revival), and The Best Man (2012). Recently, she appeared with James Earl Jones and Boyd Gaines in the 2013 Australian tour of Driving Miss Daisy. From 1984-1996 she starred as Jessica Fletcher on “Murder She Wrote,” the longest running detective drama series in the history of television. Named a Commander of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth in 1994, she received the Kennedy Center Honors in 2000. In addition to her 5 Tony Awards, she is also the winner of 6 Golden Globe Awards and has been nominated for 3 Oscars and 18 Emmys.

Tickets are $100 for the induction ceremony, $150 for the benefit reception, and $250 including both induction ceremony and benefit reception.

Casting of the performance will be announced shortly.

To purchase tickets and for more information, CLICK HERE, call 267-740-2090 x111, email Lisa Patterson or visit the box office at 70 South Main Street New Hope, PA (7 Days noon-5).