The Scottsboro Boys

Theatre
Name: Vineyard Theatre
Address: 108 East 15th Street, New York, NY 10003
Production Details
First performance date: February 12, 2010
Opening date: March 10, 2010
Closing date: April 18, 2010
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Awards
Nominated

2010 Lucille Lortel Award Nomination
Outstanding Lead Actor, Brandon Victor Dixon

2010 Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations
1. Outstanding New Score
2. Outstanding Director of a Musical, Susan Stroman
3. Outstanding Choreographer, Susan Stroman
4. Outstanding Lighting Design, Kevin Adams
5. Outstanding Actor in a Musical, Brandon Victor Dixon

2010 ITBA Award Nomination
Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical

2010 Drama Desk Award Nominations
1. Outstanding Musical
2. Outstanding Actor in the Musical, Brandon Victor Dixon
3. Outstanding Director of a Musical, Susan Stroman
4. Outstanding Choreography, Susan Stroman
5. Outstanding Music, John Kander & Fred Ebb
6. Outstanding Book of a Musical, David Thompson
7. Outstanding Orchestrations, Larry Hochman
8. Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical, Peter Hylenski

2010 Drama League Award Nominations
1. Distinguished Production of a Musical
2. Distinguished Performance, Brandon Victor Dixon

2010 Broadway.com Audience Award Nomination
Favorite New Off-Broadway Musical

2010 Clive Barnes Award Finalist
Kendrick Jones

2010 Henry Hewes Design Nominations
1. Costume Design, Toni- Leslie James
2. Notable Effects (sound), Peter Hylenski
Won

2010 Lucille Lortel Awards
1. Outstanding Musical
2. Outstanding Choreographer, Susan Stroman

2010 Outer Critics Circle Award
Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical (tie)

2010 Drama Desk Award
Outstanding Lyrics, John Kander & Fred Ebb

2010 Dramatists Guild Frederick Loewe Award
John Kander
Opening Night Credits

Production Credits
Person/Company Credit
Vineyard Theatre Producer
Jennifer Garvey-Blackwell Executive Director
Douglas Aibel Artistic Director
Sarah Stern Associate Artistic Director
  
David Thompson Book
Fred Ebb Lyricist
John Kander Composer
  
Susan Stroman Director
Jeff Whiting Assistant Director
  
Susan Stroman Choreographer
Jeff Whiting Associate Choreographer
Eric Santagata Assistant Choreographer
Rick Sordelet Fight Director
  
Beowulf Boritt Set Designer
Toni-Leslie James Costume Designer
Kevin Adams Lighting Designer
Peter Hylenski Sound Designer
Alexis Distler Assistant Set Designer
Nicky Tobolski Assistant Costume Designer
Wilburn Bonnel Assistant Lighting Designer
Sarah Lurie Assistant Lighting Designer
Keith Caggiano Assistant Sound Designer
Wendy Parson Wig Designer
  
Reed Ridgley General Manager
Sam Rudy Media Press Representative
  
Megan Smith Production Stage Manager
Ryan C. Durham Assistant Stage Manager
  
Ben Morris Production Manager
  
Paul Masse Conductor
Glen Kelly Musical Arrangements
David Loud Vocal Arrangements
Larry Hochman Orchestrations
John Monaco Music Coordinator
David Loud Music Direction
Ernie Collins Musician
Bruce Doctor Musician
Donald Downs Musician
Charley Gordon Musician
Justin Smith Musician
Andrew Sterman Musician
Gregory Utzig Musician
  
Jim Carnahan Casting
Stephen Kopel Casting

Cast
Actor Role
Sean Bradford Ozie Powell / Ruby Bates
Josh Breckenridge Olen Montgomery
Derrick Cobey Andy Wright
John Cullum Interlocutor / Judge / Governor of Alabama
Brandon Victor Dixon Haywood Patterson
Colman Domingo Mr. Bones / Sheriff Bones / Lawyer Bones / Guard Bones / Attorney General / Clerk
Rodney Hicks Clarence Norris / Preacher
Kendrick Jones Willie Roberson / Electrofied Charlie
Forrest McClendon Mr. Tambo / Deputy Tambo / Lawyer Tambo / Guard Tambo / Samuel Leibowitz
Julius Thomas III Roy Wright / Electrofied Isaac / Billy / Cook
Sharon Washington A Lady
Christian Dante White Charles Weems / Victoria Price
Cody Ryan Wise Eugene Williams / Little George
Notes
Additional Award Nominations:

2010 Audelco Award Nominations
1. Director/Musical Production, Susan Stroman
2. Choreographer, Susan Stroman
3. Outstanding Performance in a Musical/Male, Brandon Victor Dixon
4. Musical Production of the Year

2010 Artios Award Nomination
NY Off-Broadway Comedy/Musical, Jim Carnahan

2010 Callaway Award Nomination
Choreographer, Susan Stroman