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By Brahma Chellaney
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Markéta Irglová
The Tony Award-winning musical "Once" has proved to be a song at the box office: It has recouped its $5.5 million investment in less than six months.
The low-tech musical "Once," based on the love story of a Czech flower seller and an Irish street musician in Dublin, received a leading 11 Tony Award nominations Tuesday, proving sentiment can sway nominators just as much as special effects.
The musical based on the Academy Award-winning film "Once" is falling slowly onto Broadway.