shows

Tony Awards


Laurence Oliver Awards


  • Top Hat

    Top Hat

    WINNER - Best Musical

    Year: 2013
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  • Thoroughly Modern Millie

    Thoroughly Modern Millie

    Best New Musical Nomination

    Year: 2002
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  • Ragtime

    Ragtime

    Best New Musical Nomination

    Year: 2003
  • Lobby Hero

    Lobby Hero

    Best New Comedy nomination

    Year: 2002

Other Production Awards


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    The Hollywood Drama-Logue Critics' Award

     Outstanding Achievement in Theatre, Outstanding Production: TANZI, CAST-Safe Harbour Theatre



    The Drama-Logue Award was a theater award established in 1977, given by the publishers of Drama-Logue newspaper, a weekly west-coast theater trade publication. Winners were selected by the publication's theater critics, and would receive a certificate at an annual awards ceremony. The award categories included Production, Direction, Musical Direction, Choreography, Writing, Performance,Ensemble Performance, Scenic Design, Sound Design, Lighting Design, Costume Design and Hair & Makeup Design.


    In May 1998, Back Stage West bought the Drama-Logue publication, and the two publications merged. The Drama-Logue Award was retired and was replaced by the Back Stage West Garland Awards.


    Year: 1983
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    Telly Award

    Stewart F. Lane, Stellar Productions, Producer for CURTAIN TIME, Episode 9 



    Curtain Time was a weekly news show covering the business of New York City theater both on Broadway and off. It was hosted by Tony Award winning producer Stewart F. Lane. It aired weekly on the Crosswalks Channel which reached a potential of more than 4 million New York City viewers. The Crosswalks NYC television network was the official cable channel group of the City of New York from 1982 until 2003 when it became known as NYC TV.



     


     

    Year: 1995
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    Telly Award

     Stewart F. Lane, Host of CURTAIN TIME, Episode 9


    Curtain Time was a weekly news show covering the business of New York City theater both on Broadway and off. It was hosted by Tony Award winning producer Stewart F. Lane. It aired weekly on the Crosswalks Channel which reached a potential of more than 4 million New York City viewers. The Crosswalks NYC television network was the official cable channel group of the City of New York from 1982 until 2003 when it became known as NYC TV.


     

    Year: 1995
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    Year: 1991
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    Ovation Award

     Founded in 1989, the LA Stage Alliance Ovation Awards are the only peer-judged theatre awards in Los Angeles, created to recognize excellence in theatrical performance, production and design in the Greater Los Angeles area. Each year, 400 productions compete in 29 Ovation Categories, and are scored by a pool of around 250 vetted Ovation Voters. The final scores are tabulated in September each year, and the Awards are presented at a black-tie ceremony at the end of the year. 

    Year: 1975
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    Independent Reviews of New England Award


     BEST VISITING PRODUCTION


    Small:   THE TWO AND ONLY (Zero Arrow-A.R.T.)       


    Year: 2006
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Honors


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    Arts Horizons Paul Newman Award

    The Paul Newman Award is given by Arts Horizons for services to the arts and children. Arts Horizons is a not-for-profit arts-in-education organization devoted to make music, art, dance, theatre, new media and creative writing an integral part not only of learning, but of life.

    Year: 2009
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  • National Yiddish Theatre - Folksbiene 2011

    National Yiddish Theatre - Folksbiene 2011

    Award given to someone who influence's Yiddish culture into American popular culture. The National Yiddish Theatre - Folksbiene is the nation's only professional Yiddish theatre, and the longest continuously producing Yiddish theatre in the world.

    Year: 2011
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    ARTrageous Gala Award

    Edwin Gould Services for Children and Families

    Year: 2012
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    John Denver Spirit Award

    The award is presented by the Starsong Foundation and JD Spirit, celebrates the legacy of the late singer/songwriter John Denver.

    Year: 2011
  •  Stewart F. Lane School of Business at 5 Towns College

    Stewart F. Lane School of Business at 5 Towns College

    Five Towns College honored entertainment luminaries for their Contributions to the World of Entertainment by naming four schools, three centers, a theater and a new graduate library after them.Five Towns College is honoring entertainment luminaries for their Contributions to the World of Entertainment by naming four schools, three centers, a theater and a new graduate library after them. T


     


     

    Year: 2013
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    The Drama League's Benefit Gala Honoree

    Founded in 1916, The Drama League is one of the country’s most vital arts organizations. Its award-winning artist education and audience development programs are designed to strengthen and enhance professional theatre in America. With two key programs, the Audience Project and the Directors Project, The Drama League serves nearly 100,000 theatregoers, artists, industry professionals and young people each year.

    Year: 2009
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    Actors Fund Medal of Honor

    The Actors Fund Medal of Honor has been awarded since 1910 by the Actors' Fund of America to individuals and organizations that are committed to enriching the entertainment community.


    The Actors Fund is a nationwide human services organization that helps all professionals in performing arts and entertainment. The Fund is a safety net, providing programs and services for those who are in need, crisis or transition.

    Year: 2008
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    Doctor of Humane Letters from Five Towns College

    Stewart F. Lane received his Doctor of Humane Letters from Five Towns College.

    Year: 2007
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    Year: 2005
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    Reach for the Stars Award

    The Child Development Center of the Hamptons honored Mr. Lane with the Reach for the Stars Award on July 24, 2004.

    Year: 2004
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    Ellis Island Congessional Medal of Honor

    The Ellis Island Medal of Honor was established in 1986 to pay tribute to the immigrant experience and individual achievement, and are awarded to U.S. citizens from various ethnic backgrounds. The honorees are awarded for showing outstanding qualities in their personal and professional lives, yet maintaining the richness of their particular heritage. The award ceremony is held each May on Ellis Island.

    Year: 2003
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    Jewish National Fund Tree of Life Award

    The Tree of Life Award is a humanitarian award the Jewish National Fund presents to individuals in appreciation of their outstanding community involvement, their dedication to the cause of American-Israeli friendship, and their devotion to peace and the security of human life. The award recognizes leaders of achievements and innovations in industry, government and education.

    Over the past 109 years, JNF has evolved into a global environmental leader by planting 240 million trees, building over 210 reservoirs and dams, developing over 250,000 acres of land, creating more than 1,000 parks, providing the infrastructure for over 1,000 communities, bringing life to the Negev Desert and educating students around the world about Israel and the environment.

    Year: 2002
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    Boston University's Distinguished Alumni Award

    The Distinguished Alumni Awards are bestowed upon alumni who have distinguished themselves with outstanding achievements in their professions, communities, and service to the College.

    Year: 1999
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    Certificate of Appreciation

    Mr. Lane was honored for outstanding service as a member of The Mayor's Advisory Council for Theatre to The Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting. 

    Year: 1997
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    Town of Hempstead New York Certificate of Award

    In recognition of his gallant response to the plight of a 4-year-old youth whose life was threatened by fire.  

    Year: 1975
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Drama Critics Circle Award


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    Will Rogers Follies

    Best Musical for 1990 - 1991:

    Year: 1991
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    Thoroughly Modern Millie

    Drama Desk Award Winner - Outstanding New Musical

    Year: 2002

Drama Desk Awards


  •  “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder”

    “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder”

    Drama Desk Awards


    Winner - Outstanding Musical

    Year: 2014
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    Sunday in the Park with George

    Drama Desk Award Nominee - Outstanding Revival of a Musical

    Year: 2008
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    The 39 Steps

    Drama Desk Award Winner - Unique Theatrical Experience

    Year: 2008
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    Legally Blonde

    Drama Desk Award Nominee - Outstanding Musical

    Year: 2007
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    Fiddler on the Roof

    Drama Desk Award Nominee - Outstanding Revival of a Musical

    Year: 2004
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    Gypsy

    Drama Desk Award Nominee - Outstanding Revival of a Musical

    Year: 2003
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    Will Rogers Follies

    Winner - Outstanding Musical

    Year: 1991
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    La Cage Aux Folles

    Drama Desk Award Nominee - Outstanding Musical

    Year: 1984

Outer Critics Circle Award




A Moment in Time

Utilizing songs from John Denver, one of America's most cherished songwriters and performers, A MOMENT IN TIME, is about a marine in Afganistan who, moments before a battle, recalls a safer, happier place. The new musical received its world premiere at the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center in New York, June 2010.

www.amomentintimemusical.com

On DVD

Let's Put On A Show! DVD

The DVD based on Stewart F. Lane's book is now available.

The grand master, Mr. Broadway himself, is at your side to help you to avoid common pitfalls and orchestrate the success of our show-whether you're working in a high school, college, community, or regional theatre.

Black Broadway

provides an entertaining, poignant history of a Broadway of which few are aware. By focusing a spotlight on both performers long forgotten and on those whom we still hold dear, this unique book offers a story well worth telling.