Alright Broadway fans, we’re almost there: The 2010 Tony Awards are just over a week away! (PS: For those who don't know, the ceremony is June 13, live from Radio City Music Hall, natch). This year's celebration of Broadway's best marks the first Tonys of the new decade, a milestone which is making us all nostalgic. Last week you named Avenue Q as your favorite Tony winning musical of the last decade, and looking back at all the great shows from those years made us remember some of the incredible performances that have graced Broadway...particularly those of some of our favorite leading men. The new millenium's Best Leading Actor in a Musical category saw a variety of men take home the prize, from Broadway staples (Brian Stokes Mitchell, Nathan Lane, Harvey Fierstein) to movie stars (Hugh Jackman) to opera singers (Paulo Szot) and even a share between three adolescent boys (Billy Elliot’s David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik and Kiril Kulish). They're all fabulous, but we want to know: Which Tony winning Best Actor in a Musical performance from the '00s was your favorite? Vote below!
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Which Best Actor in a Musical Tony winner of the past decade is your favorite?