Off-Broadway’s Signature Theatre Gets First Tony Award Of The 2013-2014 Season

The 2014 Tony Award for outstanding regional theater will be presented to off-Broadway’s game-changing Signature Theatre Company, which recently moved into a new three-stage complex on West 42nd Street. The group is best known for presenting full seasons of work by selected playwrights-in-residence such as Edward Albee and Horton Foote and for its $25 across-the-board ticket price. The award was announced this morning by the Tony Awards Administration Committee, which takes its cue on the prize from the American Theatre Critics Association. The nominees in the competitive awards will be announced tomorrow morning.

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