THE 1963 TONY AWARDS

The top winners at the 1963 Tonys: Zero Mostel (“Forum’), Vivien Leigh (“Tovarich”) and Uta Hagen and Arthur Hill (“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”).
Arthur Hill & Uta Hagen in “Virginia Woolf” and Zero Mostel in “Forum” — from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Joan Crawford presents Anne Bancroft backstage with her “Miracle Worker” Oscar.
Clive Revill and Georgia Brown as Fagin and Nancy in “Oliver!”
Sid Caesar in four of seven garbs in “Little Me” (1962).
Glynis Johns in what would could conceivably have been the title role in “Too True to Be Good” (1962).

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Ron Fassler

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Author, playwright, director, actor, theatre critic and historian, his book, “Up in the Cheap Seats,” is available at Amazon.com.

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