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Andrew Inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame  
Last night (Monday 25th January 2010), Andrew Lloyd Webber was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame for Lifetime Achievement in Theater.
Andrew Lloyd Webber

Theatre producer and Executive Vice President of The Nederlander Organization Nick Scandalios received the honour on Andrew’s behalf.

The ceremony took place in the Gershwin Theatre’s North Rotunda.

At the ceremony Nick said, “Andrew’s incredible body of work speaks for itself. For forty years, Andrew Lloyd Webber has had the single largest impact on American musical theatre. I am delighted to accept this on his behalf.”

Andrew said, “I am deeply honoured that the American Theater Critics Association and the members of the Theater Hall of Fame have chosen to induct me this year. I am sorry that I couldn’t attend the ceremony due to rehearsals for my new musical Love Never Dies in London, but I look forward to visiting the Gershwin theatre and viewing the plaque on my next visit to New York!”

Posted on: 26th January 2010

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