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2010
SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 2010
Live at Radio City Music Hall
 
 

Latest Tony Awards Buzz: Videos

Red Carpet Extra: Green Day on the Relevance of Broadway

Red Carpet Extra: Green Day on the Relevance of Broadway

Green Day may “stick out like a sore thumb” in the theater world but they know where it’s at when it comes to Broadway’s relevance. The guys behind the music of American Idiot—Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool and Mike Dirnt—cited shows like Next to Normal as examples of the progressive strides Broadway has been making when ...

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Red Carpet Extra: Daniel Radcliffe Is Excited!

Red Carpet Extra: Daniel Radcliffe Is Excited!

Daniel Radcliffe, soon to be making his way back to Broadway in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, was very excited to be asked to present at the 2010 Tony Awards. The Harry Potter star, last seen on Broadway in 2008's Equus, stopped to chat on the red carpet and enthusiastically let us know what he loves ...

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Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff Get Cute on the Tony Red Carpet

Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff Get Cute on the Tony Red Carpet

Former Spring Awakening (and current Glee!) co-stars Jonathan Groff and Lea Michele took time on the Tony red carpet to reflect back on the days before they were stars, taping the telecast to watch their Broadway favorites. Of course, we let the adorable pair know that we'd like to see them back to Broadway, to which Michele asked “where ...

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Red Carpet Extra: Glee Star Matthew Morrison on How His Life Has Changed

Red Carpet Extra: Glee Star Matthew Morrison on How His Life Has Changed

On the Tony red carpet, Glee star Matthew Morrison—a former Tony nominee for The Light in the Piazza—shared his feeling about theater's big night, greeted screaming fans across the street from Radio City and talked about how his life has changed since joining the cast of the season's hottest show. Take a look!

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Broadway’s Best Rock the Opening Number at the 2010 Tony Awards

Broadway’s Best Rock the Opening Number at the 2010 Tony Awards

Sean Hayes playing piano like a legit virtuoso to intro Million Dollar Quartet before sharing the bench with Levi Kreis’ Jerry Lee Lewis. Chad Kimball’s Huey Calhoun introducing Kristin Chenoweth singing “Say a Little Prayer” from Promises, Promises. The cast of Come Fly Away flinging themselves all over the stage. Sherie Rene Scott and her girls giving us a ...

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Memphis Music Video: 'Memphis Lives in Me,' Favorite New Song Award Winner

Memphis Music Video: 'Memphis Lives in Me,' Favorite New Song Award Winner

As the Broadway musical Memphis heads off to the Tony Awards with eight nominations including Best Musical, we bring you our final music video from the show, spotlighting the show’s unofficial anthem, “Memphis Lives in Me.”

Sung by Tony nominee Chad Kimball, the song is the show’s 11 o’clock number, and is a tribute to the city ...

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A Young Lea Michele and the Cast of Ragtime Define a Bygone Era at the 1998 Tonys

A Young Lea Michele and the Cast of Ragtime Define a Bygone Era at the 1998 Tonys

“And there was distant music, simple and somehow sublime,” the cast of Ragtime sings in the show’s opening number. Simple and sublime, sure, but there’s nothing distant about the thundering vocals of the original Ragtime cast (led by Tony winner Audra McDonald and Tony nominees Brian Stokes Mitchell, Marin Mazzie and Peter Friedman) as they took the Radio ...

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The Cast of American Idiot Fire Their '21 Guns' on The Early Show

The Cast of American Idiot Fire Their '21 Guns' on The Early Show

Forgoing the rock ‘n roll lifestyle of staying up all night and sleeping all day, the cast of the Tony-nominated musical American Idiot woke up bright and early on June 10 to perform on CBS’ The Early Show. John Gallagher Jr., Rebecca Naomi Jones, Stark Sands, Christina Sajous, Michael Esper and Mary Faber led the Idiot ensemble in a rocking ...

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Flashback! Sara Ramirez Gives the Girls a Hoist at the Tonys

Flashback! Sara Ramirez Gives the Girls a Hoist at the Tonys

In 2005, Sara Ramirez had not yet found her way into homes across America as Dr. Callie Torres on Grey's Anatomy, but she managed to make a lasting impression during the Tony Awards telecast. Just after having her name read by James Earl Jones as Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance as the Lady of the ...

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Tony Special! Susan Blackwell Goes Side by Side by Chad Kimball, Katie Finneran & Robin De Jesus

Tony Special! Susan Blackwell Goes Side by Side by Chad Kimball, Katie Finneran & Robin De Jesus

Hostess-with-the-mostess Susan Blackwell is back, and spending one magical day with three of our favorite 2010 Tony Award nominees in the newest episode of Side by Side by Susan Blackwell! She starts off with lunch alongside Memphis star Chad Kimball at the delicious Upper East Side restaurant Southern Hospitality, then heads to the moon (!) with Promises, Promises funny lady Katie ...

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