The Philanthropist (Broadway, Ethel Barrymore Theatre, 1971) | Playbill

The Philanthropist


SYNOPSIS: A disengaged university professor cheerfully ponders anagrams, academia and the meaning of life. Meanwhile, in the outside world, the Prime Minister and his cabinet have been assassinated, and England's finest writers are being killed.
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Drama Desk Award
1971 Outstanding Performance Winner
Tony Award
1971 Best Featured Actor in a Play Nominee
1971 Best Actor in a Play Nominee
1971 Play Nominee

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