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2011
SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2011
Live at the Beacon Theatre

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Tony Awards Poll: Which Performance Was Your Favorite?

Tony Awards Poll: Which Performance Was Your Favorite?

Broadway's best brought their A-game to the Tony Awards ceremony on June 12 as they showed off their musical chops in front of a nationwide audience. Sutton Foster and the Anything Goes crew tap-danced up a storm, Andrew Rannells and The Book of Mormon kept the faith with "I Believe," the nuns of Sister Act raised their voices, How ...

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'Most Grateful Man in the Room' Norbert Leo Butz Takes Home Best Actor Tony for Catch Me If You Can

'Most Grateful Man in the Room' Norbert Leo Butz Takes Home Best Actor Tony for Catch Me If You Can

In one of the evening’s most hotly contested races, Norbert Leo Butz took home the Best Actor in a Musical Tony Award for Catch Me If You Can. Calling his character, FBI Agent Carl Hanratty, “the greatest role I’ve ever been offered in my life,” Butz’s acceptance speech emphasized his thankfulness.

“This award doesn’t mean that ...

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Andrew Rannells & Co. Break Out 'I Believe' from The Book of Mormon at the 2011 Tony Awards

Andrew Rannells & Co. Break Out 'I Believe' from The Book of Mormon at the 2011 Tony Awards

After already scooping up several Tony Awards, The Book of Mormon kept the faith going on Tony night with an inspirational musical number. Best Actor in a Musical nominee Andrew Rannells, who plays Mormon poster boy Elder Price, put on his best short-sleeved missionary button-down to showcase the musical’s Tony-winning score with the moving and hilarious Mormon anthem, "I ...

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Accepting a Best Actress Tony for Anything Goes, an Emotional Sutton Foster Thanks the Men in Her Life

Accepting a Best Actress Tony for Anything Goes, an Emotional Sutton Foster Thanks the Men in Her Life

“I’ve never been happier in my life, and I’ve never been happier in a job,” Sutton Foster declared when accepting the 2011 Best Actress in a Musical Tony Award for Anything Goes. “All I ever wanted as a little girl was to be a performer.”

Radiant in a Michael Kors strapless gown, Foster saluted her trio of Broadway ...

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Catch Me’s Aaron Tveit and Norbert Leo Butz Tear Up the Tony Award Stage on ‘Live in Living Color/ ‘Don’t Break The Rules’

Catch Me’s Aaron Tveit and Norbert Leo Butz Tear Up the Tony Award Stage on ‘Live in Living Color/ ‘Don’t Break The Rules’

Following right on the heels of the knock-out Tony night performance from the cast of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, stars of Best Musical nominee Catch Me If You Can Aaron Tveit and Norbert Leo Butz took to the stage of the Beacon Theatre to keep the performance party going! Tveit showed off his sensational vocals on ...

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Lookin’ Good, Broadway! The Best of the 2011 Tony Awards Red Carpet

Lookin’ Good, Broadway! The Best of the 2011 Tony Awards Red Carpet
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Broadway fashion is full of drama and glamour all year round, but one night is the most dramatic and glamorous of them all: the Tony Awards! On June 12 the brightest lights of the New York stage donned their black tie best and headed uptown to The Beacon Theatre to celebrate the year in theater. Before the show got started ...

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Watch How to Succeed’s Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette Performing 'Brotherhood of Man' at the 2011 Tony Awards!

Watch How to Succeed’s Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette Performing 'Brotherhood of Man' at the 2011 Tony Awards!

The 2011 Tony Awards are in full swing at New York’s Beacon Theatre, and nominated revival How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying kicked the evening’s performances off in high-energy style with a killer rendition of their "Brotherhood of Man." Stars Daniel Radcliffe and John Larroquette (right before winning the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in ...

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How to Succeed Tony Winner John Larroquette Salutes Daniel Radcliffe

How to Succeed Tony Winner John Larroquette Salutes Daniel Radcliffe

TV star-turned-Broadway headliner John Larroquette struck a typically modest note upon being named Best Featured Actor in a Musical for playing J.B. Biggley in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. The five-time Emmy winner claimed that his Tony win, for a Broadway debut performance, might give people the notion that he’d gotten “more than my fair ...

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A Triumphant Nikki M. James Takes Home the Tony for The Book of Mormon

A Triumphant Nikki M. James Takes Home the Tony for The Book of Mormon

“I didn’t expect to be standing here tonight!” Nikki M. James cried when her name was called as Best Featured Actress in a Musical for playing sweet-natured villager Nabulungi in The Book of Mormon.

Winning in a category that had no clear frontrunner, James threw her hands in the air when Harry Connick Jr. presented her trophy and cooed ...

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Two for Two for The Normal Heart: John Benjamin Hickey Wins Best Featured Actor

Two for Two for The Normal Heart: John Benjamin Hickey Wins Best Featured Actor

Broadway vet John Benjamin Hickey joined Ellen Barkin as a Tony winner for his featured performance in The Normal Heart. Hickey plays Felix Turner, whose battle with AIDS is the central emotional event in Larry Kramer’s play.

In his acceptance speech, Hickey echoed Barkin, calling The Normal Heart “the proudest moment in my career. We love supporting the mighty ...

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