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For one Sunday each year, the Broadway community comes together to celebrate the best of the season at the Tonys.
"We're more in synch with the cross currents of the times," said Heather Hitchens, president of the American Theatre Wing which presents the Tonys with The Broadway League.
Join for "Salute to the Tonys & Oscars" at 3 p.m.
The erstwhile Tonys host had been live-tweeting the show on Sunday, and Bloom, a backstage host, became an unexpected casualty when he referred to her as "the woman in the top hat backstage" who said "like" and "oh my god" a lot.
The Tonys, hosted by singer-songriter-actors Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles, capped another record year on Broadway with $1.7 billion in box office receipts, despite the smallest number of new productions in 20 years.
After receiving multiple awards at the Tonys in 2017, including for Best Musical, the cast will hit the stage for a special performance at this year's show.
In 2004, he picked up his first Tony for Best Original Score in 'Avenue Q.' This was followed by Best Book of a Musical and Best Original Score for 'The Book of Mormon' at the 2011 Tonys.
fellow Clos Th who in pDS The actress, who took home a Tony 1995 for her portrayal of Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard - a role she recently returned to Broadway in - wore a patterned navy number with lace overlay and front split by Giorgio Armani.
JOHN Legend and Chrissy Teigen led the stars as they turned on the style for the Tony Awards.
Mel Brooks is one of very few entertainment artists that have received the highest awards in four major cultural spheres: He's won one Oscar and several Tonys, Emmys and Grammys.
STILL at the Tonys and Alan Cumming, star of TV's The Good Wife, veered away from the traditional male uniform of dinner suit and bowtie and into his own strange sartorial territory.
Forecasts are prepared by Scott Feinberg who covers Oscar nominations, Academy Awards, Golden Globes, Emmys and Tonys; delivers news, analysis, and opinion.
His Tonys for 1975 original musical "The Wiz" came as director and costume designer.
The 6-foot-6, Trinidad-born Holder won Tonys in 1975 for directing and designing the costumes for his all-black retelling of ''The Wizard of Oz.'' In 1978, he directed and choreographed the lavish Broadway musical ''Timbuktu!'' starring Eartha Kitt and earned another Tony nomination for best costumes.
The 68th annual Tonys, which recognize the best of American theater, saw Harris take home a trophy for his portrayal of an East German transgender singer in the revival of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."