come from away named best new musical at britain’s olivier stage awards
The show is about a small town in Newfoundland, 9-
In the Tony award on Broadway in England, 11 attacks won four trophies.
It also won awards for outstanding achievements in choreography, sound and music.
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With regard to Aids\'s legacy in New York, the one-hour race dominated and won four trophies.
At the Royal Albert Hall in London, this play by Matthew Lopez won the Best New Play, Best Director by Stephen daldeli, best actor by Kyle Soller and by Jon Clark
It filmed fierce competition, including one of the founders of the \"Lehman Trilogy\" of the well-received family history of financial companies, playing in the Park Avenue Armory\'s New York City until April 20, lynn nortach\'s Pulitzer Prize
Win at work
Lopez said he wanted the legacy to be transferred to Broadway, especially given the background of the show.
Asked about the success of the show, Lopez said: \"We \'ve seen a lot of Brits come and take Tony home, so I think it\'s really fair . \".
The legacy was well received in the UK after the opening of London\'s Young Vic last year.
Dominic Cavendish wrote in The Daily Telegraph that it was \"a drama marathon that looks like a modern classic,\" and that is probably the most important American drama of the century to date . \"
Michael Billington wrote in The Guardian: \"The Show\" penetrates your emotional defense, raises a lot of political questions and encircles you in the narrative. \".
It has been nominated for eight awards and is the most nominated in any drama.
Soler mentioned in his award-winning speech a new law in Brunei that stipulates that same-sex between men will be sentenced to death.
\"For those who continue to fight in this world, because you love the ones you love, you can still be stoned to death, thank you,\" London said --
Last week, many celebrities called for a legal boycott of hotels owned by Brunei and Sudan.
It includes Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles and Dorchester Hotel in London.
The success of legacy only matches two musicals: one gender
An exchange version of Stephen thornheim\'s \"Company\" and \"from afar,\" the musical tells the story of a resident of a small Canadian town who had to accommodate 6,700 passengers, their plane was transferred there after Sunday.
2001 terrorist attacks.
The company, which won the best music revival, was one of London\'s most popular works last year.
Ben Brantley, a drama critic at The New York Times, wrote that the decision to replace the original male protagonist with a woman gave the musical \"emotional coherence and influence, which was my previous experience in the play.
Musical director Marianne Elliott thanked Sondheim for \"allowing us to interfere with this work so openly\" in her award-winning speech and believed that \"drama can be changed and developed and should be of the times.
Elliott later said in an interview that she had no idea if she would move to New York, but she wanted.
Another success story of the night was the revival of Tennessee Williams\'s 1948 drama, Summer and Smoke, which was originally released at the Almeida theater.
It won the best revival for a play and the best actress for Patsy Ferrand.
Ferrand has beaten Gillian Anderson and Sophie o\'conedo to cement her reputation as a new star in London\'s theater.
Matt Wolfe reviewed the script for The Times, praised her performance and wrote that she was \"a child --
Woman wandering in the depths of tragedy