The lethal romp “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” got a lot of love at Sunday night’s Tony Awards, nabbing the best new musical trophy on a night that also saw Audra McDonald make Broadway history, Bryan Cranston win as a rookie and four-time host Neil Patrick Harris get his own award.
This year’s list of Tony nominees include big name TV stars taking on very different roles and stage veterans taking on new challenges. CBS New York’s Dana Tyler sat down with some of this year’s Tony nominees ahead of the big night.
Orlando Bloom, Barrett Foa, Jonathan Groff, T.I., LL COOL J, Samuel L. Jackson, Judith Light, Rosie O’Donnell and Patrick Wilson have been added to the star-studded lineup on “The 68th Annual Tony Awards.”
“Beautiful — The Carole King Musical” is about the legendary singer-songwriter, but it’s also about growing up, says the Broadway actress who has earned a Tony Award nomination for playing King.
For nine years, Neil Patrick Harris played unabashed ladies’ man Barney Stinson on the smash CBS comedy “How I Met Your Mother.” His Broadway comeback role as Hedwig could not be more different.
Hollywood and Broadway’s brightest stars will take center stage at “The 68th Annual Tony Awards.”
She is a household name these days, thanks to some incredible chart-topping performances, and Idina Menzel is one shining star that deserves to take home another Tony.
With his charming smile and effortless talent, James Monroe Iglehart was a natural selection to take on the role of The Genie in “Aladdin.” Now, he deserves to take home the Tony too.
In ‘All the Way’, Bryan Cranston makes history and politics anything but boring.
From music to dancing, poetry to singing, After Midnight is an hour-and-a-half designed to mesmerize your ears and delight your eyes.