Robert Schenkkan, BA’75, and Kevin Adams, BFA ’84
Longhorns are celebrating the two alumni who won Tony Awards on Sunday.
Robert Schenkkan won for Best Play of the Year for “All the Way,” his play about LBJ starring Bryan Cranston. Schenkkan, who lives in Seattle, has been commissioned to write a sequel, which will be “The Great Society.” In 1992, Robert won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama for his work “The Kentucky Cycle.” Robert was a Plan II student who graduated with a B.A. in drama in 1975.
Kevin Adams, B.F.A. ’84, won for Best Lighting Design for a Musical for “Hedwig and the Angry Inch.” This is Kevin’s fourth Tony Award.
The Longhorn Family is proud of these two Texas Exes who have reached the pinnacle of their profession.
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