The Lehman Trilogy Broadway

Sam Mendes directed The Lehman Trilogy wins five Tony Awards

The Lehman Trilogy has won five Tony’s at the 75th Tony Awards – America’s highest honour in theatre – which were held in New York on 12 June 2022.

The show, which originated at the National Theatre in London won Best New Play beating our Clyde, The Minutes, Skeleton Crew and Britain’s Hangmen.

Acclaimed British theatre and film director Sam Mendes (SkyFall, American Beauty, 1917) won Best Director, his second Tony Award for Best Director, following his win for The Ferryman in 2019.

Simon Russell Beale won Best Actor in a Play for his performance. He was nominated alongside his co-stars Adam Godley and Adrian Lester, as well as David Morse for How I Learned to Drive, Sam Rockwell for American Buffalo, Ruben Santiago-Hudson for Lackawanna Blues and fellow Brit David Threlfall for Hangmen.

The show also won Best Set Design for Es Devlin and Best Lighting Design for Jon Clark.

Adapted by Ben Power’s from Stefano Massini’s story, The Lehman Trilogy looks at two centuries of the Lehman family, from the moment a young man from Bavaria arrives in New York, to 163 years later when the firm he and his brothers established collapses. The show originated at the National Theatre in London in 2019.

The Lehman Trilogy will return to London’s West End in early 2023.

👤 📅13 June 2022

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