Smash alum Megan Hilty, Glee star Matthew Morrison, five-time Tony winner Audra McDonald and more Broadway favorites have joined the roster of star-studded presenters at the 2013 Tony Awards ceremony. Additionally, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg will appear on the telecast to receive a special Tony Award, according to The New York Post. Hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, the Tony Awards will be broadcast live June 9 on CBS from New York City’s Radio City Music Hall.
In addition to McDonald, Hilty and Morrison, the presenters include Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike star Sigourney Weaver, two-time Oscar winner Sally Field, Tony-nominated Kinky Boots composer Cyndi Lauper, Macbeth star Alan Cumming, Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson, The Book of Mormon alum Andrew Rannells, Tony winner Jane Krakowski, Tony winner Laura Benanti, musician and The Sopranos alum Steven Van Zandt, producer/director Hal Prince, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, NCIS: Los Angeles star Barrett Foa and former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson.
The bevy of stars join previously announced presenters Scarlett Johansson, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jesse Eisenberg, Zachary Quinto, Anna Kendrick, Jon Cryer and Martha Plimpton.