'Catch Me If You Can' nabs dance award nominations

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[April 29, 2011]  NEW YORK (AP) -- The musical "Catch Me If You Can" earned a leading six nominations for the Fred & Adele Astaire Awards, which recognize excellence in dance on Broadway and in film.

The nominees for best Broadway choreography include Rob Ashford for "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," Kathleen Marshall for "Anything Goes," Jerry Mitchell for "Catch Me If You Can," Toby Sedgwick for "Warhorse," Susan Stroman for "The Scottsboro Boys," Anthony Van Laast for "Sister Act," Danny Mefford for "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson," Marguerite Derricks for "Wonderland" and Casey Nicholaw for "The Book of Mormon."

Sutton Foster for "Anything Goes" and Daniel Radcliffe for "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" are both individual award nominations.

The awards will be handed out May 15.

[Associated Press]

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