WCU professor nominated for Tony Award

art mann tonyBroadway star and Western Carolina University Musical Theatre Professor Terrence Mann was recently nominated for a Tony Award for his role in the revival of the production “Pippin.”


Mann is among the nominees in the category of best performance by an actor in a featured role in a musical. He is playing the role of King Charles (or Charlemagne), father to the title character. “Pippin” racked up a total of 10 nominations. Winners will be announced Sunday, June 9. Mann joined the WCU faculty in 2006 as the Phillips Distinguished Professor in Musical Theatre. 

This is Mann’s third Tony Award nomination.

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