Lee Roy Reams was nominated for both the Tony and Drama Desk Awards as Best Featured Actor in a Musical for his performance in the original production of 42nd Street in 1980. | Marcia Lewis appeared in the 1994 revival of Grease as Miss Lynch and was nominated for the Tony Award, Best Featured Actress in a Musical. She appeared as Matron in the 1996 revival of Chicago, receiving a Tony Award nomination, Best Featured Actress in a Musical and a Drama Desk Award, Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical. In addition, she was a Drama Desk Award nominee as Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical for Rags in 1986. | Pamela Myers made her Broadway debut as Marta in Stephen Sondheim's musical Company, introducing the show-stopping number "Another Hundred People." She was nominated at the 1971 Tony awards for Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical. | Composer Stephen Flaherty won the 1998 Tony Award for Best Musical for Ragtime and the 1995 Olivier Award for Best Musical for Once on This Island. His works have received many nominations for the Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Joseph Jefferson Award, Outer Critics Circle Award and the Lucille Lortel Award. In addition, he was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe for Anastasia in 1998. | Tom Viola was the recipient of a Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre in 2011 presented to individuals who have demonstrated extraordinary achievement in theatre, but are not eligible to compete in any of the established Tony Award categories. He was honored as the executive director of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. | Faith Prince established herself as a Broadway star with her portrayal of Miss Adelaide in the much-acclaimed 1992 revival of Guys and Dolls, for which she won both the Tony and Drama Desk Awards as Best Actress in a Musical. In 2001, she was once again nominated for Tony and Drama Desk Awards for her portrayal of Ella Peterson in the 2001 revival of Bells Are Ringing. She was also featured in the 2008 Broadway musical A Catered Affair, for which she received Tony and Drama Desk nominations. | Michele Pawk made her mark with her performance in the Gershwin-inspired production Crazy for You, for which she was nominated for a Drama Desk Award as Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical. In 2002, she earned critical raves for her performance in Hollywood Arms, the play adapted from Carol Burnett's memoir, One More Time. Her portrayal of an alcoholic who dreams of success as a movie magazine writer won her the Tony Award as Best Featured Actress in a Play. She also received the 1998 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical for Cabaret and the 2006 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play for The Paris Letter. | Kevin McCollum is one of the leading producers on Broadway. In 1996, he produced the musical Rent which won the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. It also took the Best Musical honors at the Drama Desk Awards. In 2004 his company, The Producing Office, mounted the musical Avenue Q, which won three Tony Awards including Best Musical. In 2006 he produced The Drowsy Chaperone, which received five Tony Awards and seven Drama Desk awards, including Best Musical and in 2007 In the Heights which won the Tony Award for Outstanding Musical. | In 2009, Karen Olivo received her first Tony Award for her performance as Anita in the Broadway revival of West Side Story. She was also nominated for a Drama Desk and an Outer Critic's Circle Award for her critically acclaimed performance. She earned her second Astaire Award nomination for Outstanding Female Dancer for her performance in West Side Story, after previously winning the same award in 2008 for her performance in In the Heights.