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The Americanmarker Theatre Hall of Fame in New York Citymarker was founded in 1971 by Earl Blackwell, Gerard Oestreicher, James M. Nederlander, and Arnold Weissberger. Eligible inductees come from many disciplines including actors, playwrights, designers, directors and producers who have had a career on Broadwaymarker spanning at least twenty-five years with a minimum of five major theatrical credits. Selections are made by approximately 400 voting members from the Theatre Hall of Fame and the American Theatre Critics Association.

Induction takes place at a ceremony at the Gershwin Theatre in New York Citymarker, where the plaques containing the names of the inductees are hung. The 2009 inductees were announced on October 10, 2008, for the induction ceremony that was held on January 26, 2009. The 2010 inductees are Jim Dale, John McMartin, Lynn Redgrave, Roger Berlind, Ted Mann, Stephen Schwartz, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and posthumously, the late Charles Ludlum. Their ceremony will take place on January 25, 2010.

Inductees (This is a partial list, for a complete list, see below):









There is also a special "Theatre Hall of Fame Founders Award", established in 1993 in honor of the 3 founders and awarded for an individual's outstanding contribution to the theatre.

Awardees



  • 1997 Otis L. Guernsey, Jr.
  • 1998 Edward Colton
  • 1999 (No award)
  • 2000 Gerard Oestreicher


  • 2000 Arnold Weissberger
  • 2001 Tom Dillon
  • 2002 (No award)
  • 2003 Price Berkley




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