The Broadway hit takes home four awards.
After making waves when it premiered in London last year, Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman has also won over Broadway and has won an amazing four Tony Awards! The play, which is directed by Sam Mendes, took home the coveted award for Best Play.
Sam Mendes also won the award for Best Direction of a Play. The play, which has a cast of over 30, also took home awards for Best Scenic Design of a Play and Best Costume Design of a Play.
The production opened at the Bernard B Jacobs Theater back in October and currently stars Brian d'Arcy James, Holley Fain, Emily Bergle, Graham Winton, Charles Dale, Shuler Hensley, Sean Delaney, Fionnula Flanagan, Jack DiFalco, Ralph Brown, Fred Applegate, Julia Nightingale, Terence Keely, Ethan Dublin,
Ann McDonough, Glenn Speers as Lawrence Malone and Collin Kelly-Sordelet.
What is The Ferryman about?
Set during the height of the 'Troubles', the story centers on the farming Carney family, residing in rural County Derry. As they prepare to bring in the year's harvest, their peaceful idyll is shattered with the arrival of a visitor. Bringing troubling news of a prison hunger strike in which 10 republican prisoners starved themselves to death, the large family are faced with a choice; to take up the sword in aid of the prisoners or work the fields for the family.
The Ferryman is now playing at the Bernard B Jacobs Theater through to July 7.
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