Bosco most recently appeared on Broadway as Grandpa Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang; among his dozens of other Broadway credits are Twelve Angry Men, Copenhagen, The Heiress, An Inspector Calls, and Lend Me a Tenor (for which he won his Tony). Easton, who may now be seen Off-Broadway in Entertaining Mr. Sloane, won a Tony in 2001 for The Invention of Love, while Leibman won in 1993 for his performance as Roy Cohn in Angels in America: Millennium Approaches. Abraham, who won the Oscar for his work as Salieri in Amadeus, also played Cohn in both parts of Angels in America as Leibman's replacement; he has since appeared on Broadway in A Month in the Country and Triumph of Love.
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