Broadway World

Sunday night was a good night for women over the age of 40 at the Tony Awards, which honor theater excellence on Broadway. Among those taking home awards were Ellen Barkin for featured role in “The Normal Heart”; Frances McDormand for her lead role in “Good People”; Marianne Elliott, who directed “War Horse” with Tom Morris; Kathleen Marshall, who choreographed “Anything Goes”; and the playwright Eve Ensler, who received the Isabelle Stevenson Award. See Richard Ridge’s interviews with Ellen Barkin and Kathleen Marshall below.









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