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Drama Desks Reinstate Orchestration Award

30 April 2012 2:07 AM, PDT | backstage.com | See recent Backstage news »

Following an overwhelmingly less-than-friendly response to omitting the “Outstanding Orchestrations” category from their 2011-2012 nominations, the Drama Desk Executive Board has reversed its controversial decision, announcing the nominees for that award on Monday afternoon. The nominations for “Outstanding Orchestrations” are as follows:Bill Elliott, “Nice Work If You Can Get It”Larry Hochman, “Death Takes a HolidayMartin Lowe, “Once”John McDaniel, “Bonnie & Clyde”Michael Starobin, “Queen of the Mist”Danny Troob, “Newsies The Musical”The initial decision to exclude the Orchestrations category this year met with a healthy amount of protest, Back Stage reported on Monday morning. The petition to reinstate the category racked up more than 3,000 signatures, while Drama Desk and Tony Award-winner Jason Robert Brown’s blog calling for this year’s nominated composers to boycott the award ceremony made the interweb rounds.Commenting on the reversal, Drama Desk President Isa Goldberg stated:“The Drama Desk prides »

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