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Celebrity Guests

Celebrity Guests


Jane Alexander
Julie Andrews
Alec Baldwin
Christine Baranski
Blair Brown
Matt Cavenaugh
Kristin Chenoweth
Margaret Colin
Barbara Cook
John Cullum
Jim Dale
Colin Donnell
Richard Easton
Gordon Edelstein
Scott Ellis
Raul Esparza
Katie Finneran
Sutton Foster
Boyd Gaines
Victor Garber
Alexander Gemignani
Richard Gere &
Carey Lowell
John Glover
Sam Gold
Mark-Paul Gosselaar
Joel Grey
Carla Gugino
Mamie Gummer
Rosemary Harris
Jayne Houdyshell
Doug Hughes
Marin Ireland
Cheyenne Jackson
Cherry Jones
John Kander
Steve Kazee
Justin Kirk
Jane Krakowski
Angela Lansbury
James Lapine
Marsha Mason
Michael McGrath
John McMartin
Deb Monk
Donna Murphy
Kelli O’Hara
Sarah Paulson
Martha Plimpton
Lily Rabe
Phylicia Rashad
Theresa Rebeck
Ron Rifkin
Sherie Rene Scott
John Slattery
Richard Thomas
Tony Walton
John Weidman
Vanessa Williams
Maury Yeston
...with more to come!



Rob Marshall began his Broadway career as a director and choreographer on the stages of Roundabout Theatre Company. He played a key role in launching Roundabout’s Musical Theatre Program, first as the choreog­rapher of She Loves Me in 1993 then of Company in 1995. In 1998 he was co-director with Sam Mendes and choreographer of our groundbreaking, Tony Award®-winning production of Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret. Later that year he made his solo Broadway directorial debut with Little Me, which he also choreographed. His other Broadway credits include Kiss of the Spider Woman, Damn Yankees, Victor/Victoria and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. When the film industry beckoned, Rob reignited the Hollywood musical with his Academy Award®-winning production of Chicago. His other films include Memoirs of a Geisha, Nine and last summer’s blockbuster, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Together, these films have been honored with a total of 23 Academy Award nominations, winning nine.



This award is named after the late Jason Robards for his extraordinary commitment to theatre and his incredible support of Round­about both on stage and off. It is given to those who have made an indelible impact on both Round­about and the theatre world. We are thrilled to present Rob Marshall with this prestigious award to honor the artistic contributions he has made to Broadway and Hollywood to preserve the legacy of musical theatre for generations to come.
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