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A.J. Antoon (1944–1992)

A graduate of Boston College (Class of 1968), Massachussettes native A.J. Antoon attended the prestigious Yale School of Drama before dropping out to pursue a professional theatrical career as a director. He directed his first production, Story Theatre at New York's 151-seat St. Clement's Church in 1971. Later that year he was introduced to the ... See full bio »

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Dance of Death (1974). Drama (revival). Directed by A.J. Antoon. See more »

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Won Broadway's 1973 Tony Award as Best Director (Dramatic) for "That Championship Season." He was also nominated in the same category the same year for Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing." This was the first of only four times in Tony history that a director has had two nominations in the same category in the same year. The others: as Best Director (Play), Mike Nichols in 1977; and as Best ... See more »

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