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Andrew Garfield dedicates Angels in America Tony Award to LGBTQ community


A who’s-who of Broadway flocked to Radio City Music Hall on Sunday to watch with bated breath as this year’s Tony Awards were handed out in a ceremony hosted by Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles.

Andrew Garfield was the first of the evening’s winners, hitting the stage to accept Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Play for playing gay AIDS sufferer Prior Walter in the revival of Angels In America.

The 34-year-old plugged the play as one that ‘represents the purest spirit of humanity, and especially that of the LGBTQ community,’ and closed pointedly with the political message: ‘We are all sacred and we all belong, so let’s all just bake a cake for everyone who wants a cake to be baked.’

Victory at Radio City Music Hall: Andrew Garfield was the first of Sunday's Tony Award winners, hitting the stage to accept Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Play for playing gay AIDS sufferer Prior Walter in the revival of Angels In America

Victory at Radio City Music Hall: Andrew Garfield was the first of Sunday’s Tony Award winners, hitting the stage to accept Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Play for playing gay AIDS sufferer Prior Walter in the revival of Angels In America

His closing statement was a reference to a recent Supreme Court ruling on the side of a baker who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding because of his religious objections.

Calling the play’s writer Tony Kushner the ‘Angel of America that we all wish we could live in,’ he showered praise on ‘my queen and all our queens’ – Marianne Elliott, who directed the production.

Andrew praised the cast as people who ‘inspire me ever day,’ fulsomely expressing his gratitude toward the crew, producers, ‘my own personal tribe, to my mum and and dad,’ and to others.

After insisting that ‘the most important thing that we remember right now is the sanctity of the human spirit,’ he ‘dedicated’ his trophy ‘to countless LGBTQ people who have fought and died to protect that spirit, to protect that message for the right to live and love as we are created to.’

As seen in the play: e 34-year-old closed with the pointed political message: 'We are all sacred and we all belong, so let's all just bake a cake for everyone who wants a cake to be baked'

As seen in the play: e 34-year-old closed with the pointed political message: ‘We are all sacred and we all belong, so let’s all just bake a cake for everyone who wants a cake to be baked’

Making his view plain: His closing statement was a reference to a recent Supreme Court ruling on the side of a baker who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding because of his religious objections

Making his view plain: His closing statement was a reference to a recent Supreme Court ruling on the side of a baker who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding because of his religious objections

Creative team: Calling the play's writer Tony Kushner the 'Angel of America that we all wish we could live in,' he showered praise on 'my queen and all our queens' - Marianne Elliott, who directed the production

Creative team: Calling the play’s writer Tony Kushner the ‘Angel of America that we all wish we could live in,’ he showered praise on ‘my queen and all our queens’ – Marianne Elliott, who directed the production

The glamorous life: Kerry Washington was the first of the evening's presenters, baring her cleavage in a glittering metallic-studded jumpsuit to present the award for Best Actor in a Play to Andrew

The glamorous life: Kerry Washington was the first of the evening’s presenters, baring her cleavage in a glittering metallic-studded jumpsuit to present the award for Best Actor in a Play to Andrew

On top of contending for Best Revival of a Play, Angels In America scored wins for both Andrew and Nathan Lane as Best Actor in, respectively, a Leading and Featured Role in a Play.

In this new production – which played London’s National Theatre before transferring to New York – Nathan plays Roy Cohn, the notorious lawyer whose clientele included Senator Joseph McCarthy and a young Donald Trump, and who kept his rumored homosexuality secret until his 1986 AIDS-related death shortly after his disbarment.

As he accepted his prize, Nathan melted into tears while thanking the ‘greatest blessing in my life,’ his husband Devlin Elliott. He showered his affection on the ‘magnificent’ Andrew and ‘adorable genius’ Tony, saying of the playwright: ‘Even his emails are Pulitzer-worthy.’

Three-time victor: On top of contending for Best Revival of a Play, Angels In America scored wins for both Andrew and Nathan Lane as Best Actor in, respectively, a Leading and Featured Role in a Play

Three-time victor: On top of contending for Best Revival of a Play, Angels In America scored wins for both Andrew and Nathan Lane as Best Actor in, respectively, a Leading and Featured Role in a Play

'Tony wrote one of the greatest plays of the 20th century': As he accepted his prize, Nathan melted into tears while thanking the 'greatest blessing in my life,' his husband Devlin Elliott

‘Tony wrote one of the greatest plays of the 20th century’: As he accepted his prize, Nathan melted into tears while thanking the ‘greatest blessing in my life,’ his husband Devlin Elliott

Nathan credited his win to the fact ‘Tony wrote one of the greatest plays of the 20th century’ – one that is ‘still speaking to us as powerfully as ever in the midst of such political insanity.’

Before walking offstage with his third Tony Award, closed out by tearfully noting a roughly eight-year-old decision to push himself more as an actor, saying: ‘This performance has been the culmination of a lot of that work,’ and calling the prize ‘a lovely vote of confidence’ in his professional trajectory.

Andrew competed in a fiercely strong category including Denzel Washington for a revival of Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh, Mark Rylance in Farinelli and the King, Tom Hollander in Travesties and Jamie Parker for Harry Potter And The Cursed Child, Parts One and Two.

Kerry Washington was the first of the evening’s presenters, baring her cleavage in a glittering metallic-studded jumpsuit to present the award for Best Actor in a Play to Andrew.

'I would like to dedicate this to Joe Mantello': Laurie Metcalf carefully avoided addressing the Roseanne when she won Best Featured Actress in a Play for a revival of Edward Albee's Three Tall Women

‘I would like to dedicate this to Joe Mantello’: Laurie Metcalf carefully avoided addressing the Roseanne when she won Best Featured Actress in a Play for a revival of Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women

Hey, old friend: Billy Joel, who won a Tony Award for the orchestrations of Moving Out in 2003, introduced his friend Bruce Springsteen to the stage to accept the Special Tony Award for his one-man show

Hey, old friend: Billy Joel, who won a Tony Award for the orchestrations of Moving Out in 2003, introduced his friend Bruce Springsteen to the stage to accept the Special Tony Award for his one-man show

Dashing as ever: The Boss, a newcomer to Broadway, turned on his signature charm and said graciously: 'This is deeply appreciated, and thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block'

Dashing as ever: The Boss, a newcomer to Broadway, turned on his signature charm and said graciously: ‘This is deeply appreciated, and thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block’

Shortly thereafter, Laurie Metcalf carefully avoided addressing the Roseanne when she won Best Featured Actress in a Play for a revival of Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women.

The sitcom legend gave a studiously anodyne speech thanking ‘the Tony voters,’ vaunting her fellow nominees as well as her castmates and producer Scott Rudin.

After saying: ‘I would like to dedicate this to Joe Mantello, the director, who figured out what this script was in teh rehearsal room and then taught it to me. Thank you,’ she gracefully exited the stage.  

Also for Three Tall Women, Glenda Jackson, two-time Oscar-winner and former longtime British MP, achieved her first Tony Award win this Sunday as Best Leading Actress in a Play.

‘Thank you very much indeed,’ she said in her signature baritone, noting dryly: ‘I am one of the oldest people, I think, ever to have stood on this platform receiving this award.’

Quipping that ‘Joe Mantello found me a worthy opponent,’ she said at the end of her speech that ‘I would like to thank you, because I was just looking at the list, and there are people in this audience, in this country, in this city from every other country in the world, and you are always welcoming and kind and generous. And America has never needed that more – but then, America is always great.’

Among the actresses Glenda beat was Amy Schumer, who starred in a comedic play called Meteor Shower that was written specifically for her by none other than Steve Martin. 

Their category was also peopled by Condola Rashad (daughter of Phylicia) in a revival of George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan and Lauren Ridloff for a revival of Mark Medoff’s 1970s  Children of a Lesser God.

Billy Joel, who won a Tony Award for the orchestrations of Moving Out in 2003, introduced his friend Bruce Springsteen to the stage to accept the Special Tony Award for his one-man show.

'I was told to change my last name': Lindsay Mendez rose to the microphone to giddily accept Best Featured Actress in a Musical for a revival of Carousel, beating out a category that included her castmate, opera diva Renee Fleming

‘I was told to change my last name’: Lindsay Mendez rose to the microphone to giddily accept Best Featured Actress in a Musical for a revival of Carousel, beating out a category that included her castmate, opera diva Renee Fleming

The Boss, a newcomer to Broadway, turned on his signature charm and said graciously: ‘This is deeply appreciated, and thanks for making me feel so welcome on your block.’

He rumbled on: ‘Being a part of the Broadway community has been a great thrill and an honor for me,’ thanking those who had helped him on the extravagantly priced and sold-out show, as well as ‘our wonderful audiences, who’ve made these shows so exciting and fulfilling.’

Bruce, who walked onstage to the classic elongated chant of his name, told his children that ‘Daddy loves you,’ and closed out: ‘Fans, you’ve been wonderful to me this season.’

Lindsay Mendez rose to the microphone to giddily accept Best Featured Actress in a Musical for a revival of Carousel, beating out a category that included her castmate, opera diva Renee Fleming. 

Make 'em laugh: Comedy stars stepped out onto the stage to give introductions to the nominated musicals, including Tina Fey, who presented the audience with her own Mean Girls musical

Make ’em laugh: Comedy stars stepped out onto the stage to give introductions to the nominated musicals, including Tina Fey, who presented the audience with her own Mean Girls musical

Only the best: The 30 Rock star earned a huge laugh when she vamped: 'All four of tonight's best musical nominees are based on movies, but only one of these movies paid for my boat'

Only the best: The 30 Rock star earned a huge laugh when she vamped: ‘All four of tonight’s best musical nominees are based on movies, but only one of these movies paid for my boat’

During her speech, she recalled that when she began her theatrical career in the Big Apple, ‘I was told to change my last name from Mendez to Matthews,’ before noting ‘how proud I am to be part of a community that celebrates diversity and individuality. And to all of you artists out there – just be true to yourself and the world will take note.’

As she made this point, the camera briefly flashed over to Chita Rivera, who was sitting in the audience and was one of the recipients of this year’s Lifetime Tony Award. Chita, a legend of the American theater, won her first Tony in 1961, four years after becoming a Broadway star as Anita in the original Broadway cast of West Side Story.

Comedy stars stepped out onto the stage to give introductions to the nominated musicals, including Tina Fey, who presented the audience with her own Mean Girls musical.

The 30 Rock star earned a huge laugh when she vamped: ‘All four of tonight’s best musical nominees are based on movies, but only one of these movies paid for my boat.’

Back on Broadway: Introducing a rollicking revival of My Fair Lady, Amy Schumer extolled the show's push for gender equity and dismissed Henry Higgins as a 'a mansplaining expert on dialect'

Back on Broadway: Introducing a rollicking revival of My Fair Lady, Amy Schumer extolled the show’s push for gender equity and dismissed Henry Higgins as a ‘a mansplaining expert on dialect’

Introducing a rollicking revival of My Fair Lady, Amy Schumer extolled the show’s push for gender equity and dismissed Henry Higgins as a ‘a mansplaining expert on dialect.’

Ari’el Statchel burst into tears when he accepted Best Featured Actor in a Musical for The Band’s Visit, saying: ‘Both of my parents are here tonight, and I have avoided so many events with them, because for so many years of my life, I pretended that I am not a Middle Eastern person.’

Sharing: ‘After 9/11 it was very difficult for me,’ he iterated his regret that he ‘missed so many special events with them,’ and thanked the ‘courageous’ creators of The Band’s Visit ‘for telling a small story about Arabs and Israelis getting along at a time when we need that more than ever!’ 

He shouted out the ‘cast of actors who never believed that they would be able to portray their own races,’ and told the audience he had received correspondence from ‘kids from all over the Middle East thanking us’ and noting how ‘transformative our representation is for them.’

'I pretended that I am not a Middle Eastern person': Ari'el Statchel burst into tears when he accepted Best Featured Actor in a Musical, saying: 'Both of my parents are here tonight, and I have avoided so many events with them'

‘I pretended that I am not a Middle Eastern person’: Ari’el Statchel burst into tears when he accepted Best Featured Actor in a Musical, saying: ‘Both of my parents are here tonight, and I have avoided so many events with them’

The first-time Tony Award winner concluded his speech, the ‘craziest moment of my life,’ by assuring onlookers that ‘your biggest obstacle may turn into your purpose.’

Sunday night’s proceedings also included a tribute to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, site of a 2018 school shooting that ignited outcry in favor of gun control.

Drama teacher Marjory Herzfeld, who sheltered 65 students in a classroom during the shooting, was presented the Excellence in Theatre Education prize by Mulan voice star Ming-Na Wen.

The children of the Parkland high school’s drama department brought the audience tot heir feet when they appeared onstage to sing Seasons Of Love from Rent.

Josh and Sara began the proceedings onstage sitting opposite each other, playing dueling pianos as they wanly introduced themselves: ‘Neither one of us has ever won anything.’

‘Lest you forget about 90 percent of us leave empty-handed tonight,’ they crooned, belting an original lyric dedicated to ‘the loser inside of’ the assembled lights of the theater. 

Josh gamely reminded Sara of famous Broadway shows that lost the Best Musical Tony – Jesus Christ Superstar, Dreamgirls, Hair, Into The Woods, Chicago, Seussical. He even gamely threw in Sara’s Waitress.

‘Ensembles from every nominated musical tonight’ trooped around the orchestra pit, singing along with Josh and Sara as they barreled through the end  of the opening number. 

Wilkommen, bienvenue, welcome: A who's-who of Broadway flocked to Radio City Music Hall on Sunday to watch with bated breath as this year's Tony Awards were handed out in a ceremony hosted by Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles

Wilkommen, bienvenue, welcome: A who’s-who of Broadway flocked to Radio City Music Hall on Sunday to watch with bated breath as this year’s Tony Awards were handed out in a ceremony hosted by Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles

I love a piano: Josh and Sara began the proceedings onstage sitting opposite each other, playing dueling pianos as they wanly introduced themselves: 'Neither one of us has ever won anything'

I love a piano: Josh and Sara began the proceedings onstage sitting opposite each other, playing dueling pianos as they wanly introduced themselves: ‘Neither one of us has ever won anything’

The Mean Girls musical and SpongeBob SquarePants musical were tied for the most nominations of any production this year, having racked up a formidable total of 12 apiece.

Sara, in addition to helping compere the evening’s festivities, is also nominated for Best Score for SpongeBob SquarePants. She was previously up for the same gong for Waitress – but lost, naturally, to Hamilton.

Tina is nominated for Best Book of a Musical for Mean Girls, which she adapted from her 2003 comedy film of the same name starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and herself.

She lost out to The Band’s Visit writer Itamar Moses, whose heartwarming speech said that the show’s songwriter David Yazbek has ‘the sense of humor of a filthy, 100-year-old man.’

The Mean Girls musical was a reunion of old hands – Tina’s husband Jeff Richmond wrote the music, and one of the producers is Lorne Michaels, whose NBC show Saturday Night Live made Tina a star.

No hard feelings: 'Lest you forget about 90 percent of us leave empty-handed tonight,' they crooned, belting an original lyric dedicated to 'the loser inside of' the assembled lights of the theater

No hard feelings: ‘Lest you forget about 90 percent of us leave empty-handed tonight,’ they crooned, belting an original lyric dedicated to ‘the loser inside of’ the assembled lights of the theater

In comes company: 'Ensembles from every nominated musical tonight' trooped around the orchestra pit, singing along with Josh and Sara as they barreled through the end of the opening number

In comes company: ‘Ensembles from every nominated musical tonight’ trooped around the orchestra pit, singing along with Josh and Sara as they barreled through the end of the opening number

Fist-pumping; This year's Special Tony Awards are conferred on John Leguizamo and Bruce Springsteen, each of whom mounted a one-man show on Broadway

Fist-pumping; This year’s Special Tony Awards are conferred on John Leguizamo and Bruce Springsteen, each of whom mounted a one-man show on Broadway

Nipping at their heels is the transferred revival of Tony Kushner’s non-musical two-part play Angels in America, which with 11 nods is the most nominated play in Tony history.  

Chita, who has two Tonys and holds the record 10 nominations for a performer, was garlanded with the Lifetime Achievement Award, as is Andrew Lloyd Webber, who has won six Tonys and recently renounced his peerage.

This year’s Special Tony Awards are conferred on John Leguizamo and Bruce Springsteen, each of whom mounted a one-man show on Broadway. Whether The Boss would perform Sunday night was kept jealously under wraps until the day of, when he sang and got a standing ovation at the four-hour Tony rehearsal, Billboard reported.

Best Play will see Harry Potter And The Cursed Child, Parts One And Two compete with the post-apocalyptic The Children, the 18th-century set Farinelli and the King, the 1980s Wall Street drama Junk and John’s comedic one-man show Latin History for Morons.

Best Musical is a competition of adaptations – The Band’s Visit, Mean Girls and Frozen, all based on films, and SpongeBob SquarePants, based on a beloved television cartoon.

2018 Tony Awards Nominations

Best Play

The Children 

Farinelli and The King 

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two 

Junk 

Latin History for Morons 

 

Best Musical

The Band’s Visit 

Frozen 

Mean Girls 

SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical

 

Best Revival of a Play

Angels in America

Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women 

Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh 

Lobby Hero 

Travesties 

 

Best Revival of a Musical

My Fair Lady 

Once On This Island 

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel

 

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play

Andrew Garfield, Angels in America – WINNER 

Tom Hollander, Travesties 

Jamie Parker, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two 

Mark Rylance, Farinelli and The King

 Denzel Washington, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play

Glenda Jackson, Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women – WINNER 

Condola Rashad, Saint Joan 

Lauren Ridloff, Children of a Lesser God 

Amy Schumer, Meteor Shower

 

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical

Harry Hadden-Paton, My Fair Lady

Joshua Henry, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel 

Tony Shalhoub, The Band’s Visit 

Ethan Slater, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical

Lauren Ambrose, My Fair Lady 

Hailey Kilgore, Once On This Island 

LaChanze, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical 

Katrina Lenk, The Band’s Visit 

Taylor Louderman, Mean Girls 

Jessie Mueller, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel

 

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play

Anthony Boyle, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two 

Michael Cera, Lobby Hero 

Brian Tyree Henry, Lobby Hero 

Nathan Lane, Angels in America – WINNER 

David Morse, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play

Susan Brown, Angels in America

Noma Dumezweni, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two 

Deborah Findlay, The Children 

Denise Gough, Angels in America 

Laurie Metcalf, Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women – WINNER

 

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical

Norbert Leo Butz, My Fair Lady 

Alexander Gemignani, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel 

Grey Henson, Mean Girls 

Gavin Lee, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical 

Ari’el Stachel, The Band’s Visit

 

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical

Ariana DeBose, Summer: The Donna Summer Musical 

Renée Fleming, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel 

Lindsay Mendez, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel – WINNER 

Ashley Park, Mean Girls 

Diana Rigg, My Fair Lady

 

Best Scenic Design of a Play

Miriam Buether, Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women 

Jonathan Fensom, Farinelli and The King 

Christine Jones, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two – WINNER 

Santo Loquasto, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh 

Ian MacNeil and Edward Pierce, Angels in America

 

Best Scenic Design of a Musical

Dane Laffrey, Once On This Island 

Scott Pask, The Band’s Visit 

Scott Pask, Finn Ross & Adam Young, Mean Girls 

Michael Yeargan, My Fair Lady 

David Zinn, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical

 

Best Costume Design of a Play

Jonathan Fensom, Farinelli and The King 

Nicky Gillibrand, Angels in America 

Katrina Lindsay, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two – WINNER 

Ann Roth, Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women 

Ann Roth, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh

Best Costume Design of a Musical

Gregg Barnes, Mean Girls 

Clint Ramos, Once On This Island 

Ann Roth, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel 

David Zinn, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical 

Catherine Zuber, My Fair Lady – WINNER

 

Best Lighting Design of a Play

Neil Austin, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two – WINNER

Paule Constable, Angels in America 

Jules Fisher + Peggy Eisenhauer, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh

Paul Russell, Farinelli and The King 

Ben Stanton, Junk

 

Best Lighting Design of a Musical

Kevin Adams, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical 

Jules Fisher + Peggy Eisenhauer, Once On This Island 

Donald Holder, My Fair Lady 

Brian MacDevitt, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel 

Tyler Micoleau, The Band’s Visit – WINNER

 

Best Sound Design of a Play

Adam Cork, Travesties 

Ian Dickinson for Autograph, Angels in America 

Gareth Fry, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two 

Tom Gibbons, 1984 

Dan Moses Schreier, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh

 

Best Sound Design of a Musical

Kai Harada, The Band’s Visit 

Peter Hylenski, Once On This Island 

Scott Lehrer, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel 

Brian Ronan, Mean Girls 

Walter Trarbach and Mike Dobson, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical

 

Best Direction of a Play

Marianne Elliott, Angels in America 

Joe Mantello, Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women 

Patrick Marber, Travesties 

John Tiffany, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two

George C. Wolfe, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh

 

Best Direction of a Musical

Michael Arden, Once On This Island 

David Cromer, The Band’s Visit 

Tina Landau, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical 

Casey Nicholaw, Mean Girls 

Bartlett Sher, My Fair Lady

 

Best Choreography

Christopher Gattelli, My Fair Lady 

Christopher Gattelli, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical 

Steven Hoggett, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two 

Casey Nicholaw, Mean Girls  

Justin Peck, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel – WINNER

 

Best Orchestrations

John Clancy, Mean Girls 

Tom Kitt, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical 

Annmarie Milazzo & Michael Starobin, Once On This Island 

Jamshied Sharifi, The Band’s Visit – WINNER 

Jonathan Tunick, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel

 

Best Book of a Musical

The Band’s Visit by Itamar Moses – WINNER

Frozen by Jennifer Lee

Mean Girls by Tina Fey

SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical by Kyle Jarrow

 

Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre

Angels in America 

The Band’s Visit 

Frozen 

Mean Girls 

SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical 

 

Recipients of Awards and Honors in Non-competitive Categories

Special Tony Awards for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

Chita Rivera

Andrew Lloyd Webber

Special Tony Awards

John Leguizamo

Bruce Springsteen

Regional Theatre Tony Award

La MaMa E.T.C.

New York City

Isabelle Stevenson Tony Award

Nick Scandalios

Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre

Sara Krulwich

Bessie Nelson

Ernest Winzer Cleaners

 

 

 



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