2017 Tony Awards


The American Theatre Wing’s 71st Annual Tony Awards, held at Radio City Music hall and broadcast live on CBS, were hosted by Kevin Spacey.  Spacey opened the show dressed as Evan Hansen from Dear Evan Hansen with a cast that said #HOST and sang a parody of “You Will Be Found” and then transitioned into a Groundhog Day parody and moved the cast to this leg. From there be paid tribute to The Great Comet and then Come From Away to finish off the four Best Musical Nominees.  He also dressed as Norma Desmond and then tap danced it was quite a lot going on.

During the show the cast of Come From Away performed “Welcome to the Rock,” the company of Dear Evan Hansen sang “Waving Through a Window,”  David Hyde Pierce performed “Penny in my Pocket from Hello, Dolly!, and Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone performed “Face to Face” from War Paint.  Further performances included those by the remarkable companies of The Great CometFalsettosGroundhog Day, Bandstand, and Miss Saigon.

Best Play was presented to Oslo and Best Revival of a Play was awarded to August Wilson’s Jitney.  Best Leading Actress in a Play was awarded to Laurie Metcalf for A Doll’s House, Part 2 while Best Leading Actor in a Play went to Kevin Kline for Present Laughter. Best Actor in a Featured Role in a Play was awarded to Michael Aronov for his role in Oslo and Best Actress in a Featured Role in a Play was awarded to Cynthia Nixon for her role in Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes. Best Direction of a Play was presented to Rebecca Taichman for Indecent.

Best Musical was awarded to Dear Evan Hansen. Best Revival of a Musical was awarded to Hello, Dolly! and Bette Midler took home the Tony for Best Actress in a Musical for her role in the show. Best Actor in a Musical went to Ben Platt and Best Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical was presented to Rachel Bay Jones for their roles in Dear Evan Hansen. Best Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical was awarded to Gavin Creel for his role in Hello, Dolly!.  Best Score and Best Book of a Musical were presented to Benj Pasek & Justin Paul and Steven Levenson respectively for Dear Evan Hansen. Best Orchestrations also went to Alex Lacamoire for the show. Best Direction of a Musical was awarded to Christopher Ashely for Come From Away.

James Earl Jones was presented with this year’s award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre.

A full list of winners can be found here.

Full Red Carpet coverage can be found here.


Golden Globes 2017

The 74th annual Golden Globe Awards were broadcast live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel and produced by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Dick Clark Productions. The awards were hosted by Jimmy Fallon.   The show opened with an parody of the opening scene of La La Land featuring many of the night’s nominees followed by parodies of most of the other major scenes from the movie. He began his monologue with a broken monitor and then proceeded to jump into a Chris Rock impression and a series of “2016 sucked” jokes.

Heading into the awards, La La Land led the way with the most film nominations, seven, followed by Moonlight which received six nominations. The People v. O.J. Simpson topped television nominations with six.

La La Land was the night’s biggest winner taking home awards for 
Best Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical for Ryan Gosling, Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical to Emma Stone, Best Score presented to Justin Hurwitz for the film, Best Song to Hurwitz, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul for “City of Stars,” and Best Director and Best Screenplay to screenwriter and director Damien Chazelle. It won all seven awards it was nominated for and set the record for most wins by a single film.

Moonlight won Best Motion Picture – Drama.  Casey Affleck was awarded Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama for Manchester by the Sea.  Aaron Taylor-Johnson took home Best Supporting Actor for Nocturnal Animals. Viola Davis won Best Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in Fences. Isabelle Huppert took home Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for Elle.  Zootopia won for Best Motion Picture – Animation.  

The People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story took home best Miniseries or TV Movie. Sarah Paulson also won 
Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie for her role in the mini series. Best Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries went to Tom Hiddleston for The Night Manager. Hugh Laurie and Olivia Spencer also won for The Night Manager for  Best Supporting Actor in a Series, Limited Series or TV Movie and Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Limited Series or TV Movie respectively.

Billy Bob Thornton won Best Actor in a Television Series – Drama for his role in Goliath.  The Crown took home the award for Best Television Series -Drama and Claire Foy won Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama for her role in the series.  Tracee Ellis Ross won Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical for Black-ish while Atlanta took home the award for Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical. Donald Glover also took home the award for the Best Actor in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical for his role in the show.

Meryl Streep was presented with the Cecil B. Demille Award for Lifetime Achievement by Viola Davis. She gave a powerful speech that centered around Hollywood and recent political events that ended with a quote by Carrie Fisher “take your broken heart, make it into art.” 

A full list of winners can be found here.

Red Carpet Fashion


Here are a few of our favorite red carpet looks. A full gallery of red carpet fashion can be found here.


Television Critics Association Awards Nominations

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The Television Critics Association has announced the nominees for the 32nd Annual TCA Awards and leading the nominations are USA Network’s Mr. Robot and FX’s The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story with four nominations each.   Followed by The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Netflix’s Master of None, FX’s The Americans, and Lifetime’s UnREAL which each three nominations a piece.  

In terms of the networks, HBO came out on top with 12 nominations followed closely by FX/FXX which received 11.  More first-time nominees are being recognized this year than ever before in TCA history.  Similarly, all of the slots in the Outstanding New Program Category come from smaller networks as opposed to the larger networks such as ABC and HBO.  

The 32nd Annual TCA Awards will be held on Saturday, August 6, 2016, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel during the Television Critic Association’s summer press tour.  As previously announced, Jane the Virgin star Jaime Camil will host the ceremony.  

See a full list of nominees here

The 2016 Tony Awards

The American Theatre Wing’s 70th Annual Tony Awards, held at the Beacon Theatre and broadcast live on CBS, were hosted by James Corden.  In light of the horrific events in Orlando earlier in the day, the show was dedicated to those affected by said events.  

The cast of Hamilton opened the show in the best way possible: with a song about the night’s host, James Corden in a spoof of their opening number.  James Corden made a few jokes and then had his own musical number about his love of the theatre that did last for quite some time. It concluded with all of the musical acting nominees on stage with the message “this could be where you belong.”  

Hamilton was the night’s biggest winner taking home 11 awards including Best Musical, Best Costumes, Lighting, Choreography to Andy Blankenbuehler, Orchestrations to Alex Lacamoire, Direction to Thomas Kail, Featured Actress in a Musical to Renee Elise Goldsberry, Featured Actor in a play to Daveed Diggs, Score and Book to Lin-Manuel Miranda whose his speech, in the form of a sonnet, was inspiring, and Leslie Odom Jr for Best Lead Actor.  The Color Purple won best Revival of a Musical and Cynthia Erivo took home Best Leading Actress for her role in the show. 

At the age of 62, Jayne Houdyshell won her first Tony Award for The Humans.  The show also won Best Featured Actor for Reed Birney, Best Scenic Design of a Play for David Zinn and Best Play. Frank Langella won Best Lead Actor in a Play for The Father.  

Arthur Miller’s The View from the Bridge won Best Revival of a Play and Best Direction of a Play to Ivo van Hove.  Lead Actress in a Play went to Jessica Lange for her role in Long Day’s Journey Into Night. The show was also awarded best Lighting Design to Natasha Katz.   David Rockwell took home the award for Scenic Design of a Play for She Loves Me.

Alex Brightman and the kids of School of Rock performed “You’re in the Band.”  Those kids really do rock and they play those instruments live 8 times a week.  The cast of Shuffle along showed off the exquisite tapping showcased in the show and made me realize I need to see it! The cast of She Loves Me performed a medley of “Ilona,” “She Loves Me” and “Vanilla Ice Cream.”  James Corden showed a priceless video of Josh Groban in his high school production of The Fiddler on the Roof followed by the cast of Fiddler on the Roof sang “Sunrise, Sunset” followed by an excellent dance number!

Steve Martin, Edie Brickell introduced the cast of Bright Star performing “If You Knew My Story.” Cynthia Erivo and the cast of The Color Purple sang a medley of “Mysterious Ways” and “I’m Here.” The cast of On Your Feet performed a medley from the show with Gloria Estefan.  Deaf West’s Spring Awakening Broadway cast performed a medley of “Momma Who Bore Me,” “Bitch of Living”.  The company of Hamilton sang “Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down).” The cast of Waitress sang “Opening Up” then Sara Bareilles started “She Used to be Mine” and Jessie Mueller finished it once she changed costumes. Bebe Neuwirth performed a tribute to Chicago for its twentieth anniversary.  The cast of Hamilton  closed the show, after winning Best Musical, with “The Schuyler Sisters.”

Throughout the night, some of the nominees performed bumpers outside during the broadcast. The first performance was Andrew Lloyd Webber, Sara Bareilles, Edie Brickell, Steve Martin and Lin-Manuel Miranda singing “Tomorrow” from Annie, with ALW on tambourine.  Other performances included: the cast of Shuffle Along sang “Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat” from Guys and Dolls,  Alex Brightman and the kids of School of Rock singing “The Phantom of the Opera,” the cast of Fiddler on the Roof singing “No Business Like Show Business” from Annie Get Your Gun,  the cast of She Loves Me performed “Cabaret” and the cast of Hamilton singing “No Day But Today.”

A full list of tonight’s winners can be found here

88th Annual Academy Awards

The Oscars are the biggest event of the awards season, and to many the biggest night of the year! However, this year the show was surrounded by controversy after all of the nominees in the acting categories (as well as almost every category) were entirely white for the second year in a row.   It will be interesting to see how #OscarsSoWhite affects the ratings and to see what steps the Academy will hopefully take in the coming years to ensure that the nominations are representative of the excellent work being done by wonderfully talented people of color. 

Chris Rock took the stage to host the Academy Awards for the first time.  His opening number was understandably focused on the “Oscars So White” controversy but he handled it very well and it was pretty excellent. It was pervasive throughout the whole show in multiple jokes and bits including Black History Minute with Angela Bassett and Stacey Dash coming out on stage. 

Some of the more interesting events that took place during the awards included: Chris Rock’s daughters bringing out Girl Scout Cookies and selling them to the nominees, Buzz and Woody from Toy Story handing out the Best Animated Feature Award, and Lady Gaga’s incredibly powerful performance of “Til it Happens to You” introduced by Vice President Joe Biden 

Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role went to Mark Rylance, for his role in Bridge of Spies. Alicia Vikander won the Oscar for Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her role in The Danish Girl. Leonardo DiCaprio won Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for his role in The Revenant, his first Oscar.  Brie Larson won an Oscar for Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Room.

Inside Out won for Best Animated Feature Film. Original Screenplay went to Josh Singer and Todd McCarthy for Spotlight while Adapted Screenplay went was presented to Charles Randolph and Adam McKay for The Big Short.  

Mad Max: Fury Road garnered the award for Production Design, Costume Design, Best Make-Up and Hair Styling, Film Editing, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing Whiplash won for Sound Mixing and Film Editing, and Interstellar took home the award for Visual Effects.  Ex Machina took home the award for Best Visual Effects. The Revenant won for Cinematography and Director for Alejandro G. Inarritu.  Spotlight was awarded Best Picture of the Year.

A full list of winners can be found here.

Red Carpet Fashion


Cate Blanchett looked stunning in an Armani Prive gown. 

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Brie Larson wowed in a blue Gucci gown. 
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Saoirse Ronan looked elegant in an Emerald Calvin Klein gown.
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Charlize Theorn looked incredible in red. 
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Jacob Tremblay is the most adorable person on the red carpet by far in an Armani tuxedo. 
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Critics’ Choice Television Awards 2015 Recap

Tonight at the Beverly Hilton Hotel the 5th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards hosted by Ms. Cat Deeley were held and all the stars from our favorite television shows and mini series were in attendance.

HBO lead all the networks with over 25 nominations and FX was a close second with over 15 nominations;the shows that got the most nominations were Justified (FX) and Olive Kitteridge (HBO). both with 5 nominations. Also Charlize Theron presented the Louis XII Genius Award to Seth McFarlane for his outstanding work in comedy. During his speech Seth thanked FOX for all their support through the years; but it wouldn’t be a Seth McFarlane speech unless he went a little to far, he made a jab at A&E ( the network that hosted the award show) and Duck Dynasty for their religious views. 

The Critics’ did release a list of the most exciting new shows that will hit television sets this fall; some of the new exciting shows that the Critics’ liked were: Scream Queens, Aquarius, Unreal, The Muppets, Blindspot, Minority Report, and Super Girl. Also the show that the fans voted the most Bing worthy was The Walking Dead. The big winners on the night were Olive Kitteridge and Transparent!

Here are the list of nominations per category and the winners are bolded:

• Broad City (Comedy Central) 
• Jane the Virgin (The CW)
• Mom (CBS)
• Silicon Valley (HBO)
• Transparent (Amazon)
• Veep (HBO)

• Anthony Anderson, Blacklist (ABC) 
• Chris Messina, The Mindy Project (Fox)
• Jeffrey Tambor, Transparent (Amazon) 
• Johnny Galecki, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
• Thomas Middleditch, Silicon Valley (HBO) 
• Will Forte, The Last Man on Earth (Fox)

• Amy Schumer, Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central)
• Constance Wu, Fresh Off the Boat, (ABC) 
• Gina Rodriguez, Jane the Virgin (The CW)
• Ilana Glazer, Broad City (Comedy Central)
• Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep (HBO) 
• Lisa Kudrow, The Comeback (HBO)

• Adam Driver, Girls (HBO) 
• Cameron Monaghan, Shameless (Showtime) 
• Jamie Camil, Jane the Virgin (The CW)
• T.J. Miller, Silicon Valley (HBO)
• Tituss Burgress, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix) 
• Tony Hale, Veep (HBO) 

• Allison Janney, Moms (CBS)
• Carrie Brownstein, Portlandia (IFC) 
• Eden Sher, The Middle (ABC)
• Judith Light, Transparent (Amazon) 
• Mayim Bialik, The Big Bang Theory (CBS) 
• Melanie Lynskey, Togetherness (HBO)

• Becky Ann Baker, Girls (HBO)
• Bradley Whitford, Transparent (Amazon)
• Josh Charles, Inside Amy Schumer (Comedy Central) 
• Laurie Metcalf, The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
• Peter Gallagher, Togetherness (HBO) 
• Susie Essman, Broad City (Comedy Central) 

• Bessie (HBO) 
• Killing Jesus (National Geographic Channel)
• Nightingale (HBO) 
• A Poet in New York (BBC America) 
• Stockholm, Pennsylvania (Lifetime) 

24: Live Another Day (Fox) 
American Crime (ABC) 
The Books of Negroes (BET) 

The Honorable Women (Sundance) 

Olive Kitteridge (HBO) 
Wolf Hall (PBS)

David Oyelowo – Nightingale (HBO)
• James Nesbitt – The Missing (Starz)
• Kiefer Sutherland – 24: Live Another Day (FOX)
• Mark Rylance – Wolf Hall (PBS)
• Michael Gambon – The Casual Vacancy (HBO)
• Richard Jenkins – Olive Kitteridge (HBO)
• Aunjanue Ellis – The Book of Negroes (BET)
• Felicity Huffman – American Crime (ABC)
Frances McDormand – Olive Kitteridge (HBO)
• Jessica Lange – American Horror Story: Freak Show (FX)
• Maggie Gyllenhaal – The Honorable Woman (Sundance)
• Queen Latifah – Bessie (HBO)
Bill Murray – Olive Kitteridge (HBO)
• Cory Michael Smith – Olive Kitteridge (HBO)
• Elvis Nolasco – American Crime (ABC)
• Finn Wittrock – American Horror Story: Freak Show (FX)
• Jason Isaacs – Stockholm, Pennsylvania (Lifetime)
• Jonathan Pryce – Wolf Hall (PBS)
• Claire Foy – Wolf Hall (PBS)
• Cynthia Nixon – Stockholm, Pennsylvania (Lifetime)
• Janet McTeer – The Honorable Woman (Sundance)
• Khandi Alexander – Bessie (HBO)
• Mo’Nique – Bessie (HBO)
Sarah Paulson – American Horror Story: Freak Show (FX)

The Americans (FX)
• Empire (Fox)
• Game of Thrones (HBO)
• The Good Wife (CBS)
• Homeland (Showtime)
• Justified (FX)
• Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)

• Eva Green – Penny Dreadful (Showtime)
• Julianna Margulies – The Good Wife (CBS)
• Keri Russell – The Americans (FX)
Taraji P. Henson – Empire (FOX)
• Vera Farmiga – Bates Motel (A&E)

• Viola Davis – How to Get Away with Murder (ABC)

• Aden Young – Rectify (Sundance)
Bob Odenkirk – Better Call Saul (AMC)
• Charlie Hunnam – Sons of Anarchy (FX)
• Freddie Highmore – Bates Motel (A&E)
• Matthew Rhys – The Americans (FX)

• Timothy Olyphant – Justified (FX)
• Carrie Coon – The Leftovers (HBO)
• Christine Baranski – The Good Wife (CBS)
• Joelle Carter – Justified (FX)
• Katheryn Winnick – Vikings (History)
Lorraine Toussaint – Orange Is the New Black (Netflix)
• Mae Whitman – Parenthood (NBC)
• Ben Mendelsohn – Bloodline (Netflix)
• Christopher Eccleston – The Leftovers (HBO)
• Craig T. Nelson – Parenthood (NBC)
Jonathan Banks – Better Call Saul (AMC)
• Mandy Patinkin – Homeland (Showtime)

• Walton Goggins – Justified (FX)
• Cicely Tyson – How to Get Away with Murder (ABC)
• Julianne Nicholson – Masters of Sex (Showtime)
• Linda Lavin – The Good Wife (CBS)
• Lois Smith – The Americans (FX)
Sam Elliott – Justified (FX)

• Walton Goggins – Sons of Anarchy (FX)
• Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (CNN)
• Deadliest Catch (Discovery Channel)
• Married at First Sight (A&E)

• MythBusters (Discovery Channel)

• Undercover Boss 
Shark Tank (ABC)
• The Amazing Race (CBS)
• America’s Got Talent (NBC)
• Dancing With the Stars (ABC)
Face Off (Syfy)
• Master Chef Junior (FOX)

• The Voice (NBC)
• Anthony Bourdain – Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (CNN)
• Betty White – Betty White’s Off Their Rockers (Lifetime)
Cat Deeley – So You Think You Can Dance (FOX)
• James Lipton – Inside the Actors Studio (Bravo)
• Phil Keoghan – The Amazing Race (CBS)

• Tom Bergeron – Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
Archer (FX)
• Bob’s Burgers (FOX)
• Gravity Falls (Disney Channel)
• The Simpsons (FOX)
• South Park (Comedy Central)

• Star Wars Rebels (Disney XD)
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (Comedy Central)
• The Graham Norton Show (BBC America)
• Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC)
• Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
• The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS)

• The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC)

2015 Tony Awards Nominations

This morning, Tuesday, April 28, Mary- Louise Parker and Bruce Willis announced the 2015 Tony Award Nominations live from the Paramount Hotel’s Diamond Horseshoe in New York City. Parker, who is a Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner, will star in Heisenberg by Simon Stephens Off-Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club beginning in May. Willis is set to make this Broadway debut this fall in Misery, a new stage adaptation by William Goldman of the acclaimed Stephen King novel.

Productions that opened during the 2014 – 2015 Broadway Season on or before the April 23 cut-off date are eligible for Tony Awards this year. The 69th Annual Tony Awards, presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing,  will take place on June 7 at Radio City Music Hall.  The ceremony will be broadcast on CBS at 8/7c.  

This year’s Tony nominees are: 

Best Musical
An American In Paris
Fun Home
Something Rotten!
The Visit

Best Play
The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night-time
Hand to God 
Wolf Hall Parts One & Two

Best Revival of a Musical
The King and I 
On the Town
On the Twentieth Century

Best Revival of a Play
The Elephant Man
This is Our Youth
You Can’t Take it With You

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical
Kristin Chenoweth, On the Twentieth Century
Leanne Cope, An American in Paris
Beth Malone, Fun Home 
Kelli O’Hara, The King and I
Chita Rivera, The Visit

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical
Michael Cerveris, Fun Home
Robert Fairchild, An American In Paris
Brian d’Arcy James, Something Rotten!
Ken Watanabe, The King and I 
Tony Yazbeck, On the Town

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play
Geneva Carr, Hand to God
Helen Mirren, The Audience
Elisabeth Moss, The Heidi Chronicles
Carey Mulilgan, Skylight
Ruth Wilson, Constellations

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play
Steven Boyer, Hand to God
Bradley Cooper,The Elephant Man
Ben Miles, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Bill Nighy, Skylight
Alan Sharp, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical
Victoria Clark, Gigi
Judy Kuhn, Fun Home
Sydney Lucas, Fun Home
Ruthie Ann Miles, The King and I
Emily Skeggs, Fun Home

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical
Christian Borle, Something Rotten!
Andy Karl, On the Twentieth Century
Brad Oscar, Something Rotten!
Brandon Uranowitz, An American In Paris
Max von Essen, An American In Paris

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play
Annaleigh Ashford, You Can’t Take It With You
Patricia Clarkson, The Elephant Man
Lydia Leonard, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Julie White, Airline Highway

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play
Matthew Beard, Skylight
K. Todd Freeman, Airline Highway
Richard McCabe, The Audience
Alessandro Nivola, The Elephant Man
Nathaniel Parker, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Micah Stock, It’s Only a Play

Best Direction of a Musical
Sam Gold, Fun Home
Casey Nicholaw, Something Rotten!
John Rando, On The Town
Bartlett Sher, The King and I
Christopher Wheeldon, An American in Paris

Best Direction of a Play
Steven Daldry, Skylight
Marianne Elliott, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
Scott Ellis, You Can’t Take it With You
Jeremy Herrin, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two
Moritz von Suelpnagel, Hand to God

Best Book of a Musical
Craig Lucas, An American In Paris
Lisa Kron, Fun Home
Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’Farrell, Something Rotten!
Terrence McNally, The Visit

Best Original Score
Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron, Fun Home
Sting, The Last Ship
Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick, Something Rotten!
John Kander and Fred Ebb, The Visit

Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre
Tommy Tune

Regional Theatre Award
Cleveland Play House, Cleveland, OH

Isabelle Stevenson Award
Stephen Schwartz

Special Tony Award
John Cameron Mitchell

Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre
Arnold Abramson
Adrian Bryan-Brown
Gene O’Donovan

A full list of this year’s nominees can be found here