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Though widely recognized for her Emmy-winning television roles, Uzo Aduba boasts a strong foundation in theatre, with a captivating presence that shines brightly on Broadway.

A graduate of Boston University's School of Fine Arts, Aduba honed her acting chops before gracing the Great White Way. She garnered an Elliot Norton Award for Best Actress in a Play at Boston's prestigious Huntington Theatre, showcasing her dramatic talent early on.

In 2007, Aduba made her Broadway debut in Helen Edmundson's historical drama Coram Boy. This critically acclaimed production marked a significant step in her theatrical journey.

While her television career flourished, Aduba didn't stray far from her theatrical roots. In 2011, she joined the revival cast of the beloved musical Godspell, showcasing her impressive vocal talents alongside the talented ensemble.

But it was her 2021 return to Broadway that cemented Aduba's status as a force to be reckoned with. She took on the lead role of Clyde in Lynn Nottage's powerful drama Clyde's. Her nuanced and raw performance earned her critical acclaim, including a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play, solidifying her brilliance as a stage performer.

Uzo Aduba's dedication to theatre and her ability to seamlessly transition between captivating television roles and powerful stage performances make her a unique and celebrated talent on Broadway.

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