"A Man For All Seasons", the British play by Robert Bolt, based on the life of St. Thomas More, has won the Tony Award, made annually by the American Theatre Wing, for the hest play of the year on Broadway. Paul Scofield, who acted in it, was named the best actor and other awards went to the director, Noel Willman and the producers, Robert Whitehead and Roger Stevens.
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