Everything You Need to Know About the Tony Awards 2019

Broadway’s biggest night is almost here.
The 73rd annual Tony Awards are this Sunday, held again at New York City’s Radio Music Hall. Tony winner James Corden is hosting the ceremony for the second time and is joined by an A-list group of celebrity presenters, including the likes of Samuel L. Jackson, Darren Criss, Marisa Tomei and Jake Gyllenhaal, among others.
Leading with the most nominations this year is “Hadestown,” which earned 14 nominations including best performance by an actress, best book of a musical and best musical.
From how to stream the awards show to the honorary awards, here is everything you need to know about the 2019 Tony Awards.
When and where are the Tony Awards?
The 73rd Tony Awards are on June 9 starting at 8 p.m. EST on CBS. They will be held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
Who’s hosting?

James Corden won a Tony award for lead actor in the play “One Man, Two Guvnors” in 2012. 
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Host of “The Late Late Show With James Corden” and Tony winner James Corden will return to host the Tonys for the second time. He previously hosted the ceremony in 2016, which won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program.

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Skate Legend Tony Hawk Debuts Line With Cherokee, Campaign by Anton Corbijn

Skate legend Tony Hawk is rolling into new territory with licensee Cherokee Global Brands, debuting a signature collection of street and sporty clothing and accessories that will land on shop floors in June.
Although Hawk has done sports-inspired collections before, most recently with Kohl’s, this is the first time he’s fronting a clothing line that nods to fashion and aims to appeal to a wider audience. He’s tapped the photographer and director Anton Corbijn to shoot the first ad campaign, which features Hawk, members of his family and fellow skaters.
The photographs went on display Friday during Paris Men’s Fashion Week at a private exhibition at Galerie M21 in Le Marais, Paris and online at Tonyhawksignatureline.com.

“The vision behind the range was to give fashion and skate enthusiasts alike a rare glimpse into my life before and beyond skating,” Hawk said. “So, when the opportunity arose to work with Anton Corbijn — someone who shares a mutual passion for music and raw, unfiltered art — I knew instinctively that the creative direction would be extraordinary.”
He described the fall 2019 range as “designed for fans, innovators and iconoclasts.” It will be sold at top fashion and specialty skate stores globally, including Dover Street Market.
Corbijn said

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Leading Hong Kong actor, Tony Leung Chiu-wai and Jettone, the Wong Kar-wai-owned company that has represented him for the past 28 years, have gone their separate ways. According to reports in Apple Daily, Carina Lau, Leung’s wife and major star in her own right, will temporarily act as his manager. Jettone did not respond to […]



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These Gorgeous Tony Awards Looks Deserve A Standing Ovation

It appears the best way to honor The Great White Way is to wear white on the red carpet.

The musical “Dear Evan Hansen” and its lead actor Ben Platt were the undisputed stars of the 2017 Tony Awards Sunday night in New York City. That didn’t stop the rest of the attendees from making encore-worthy sartorial showings, though. 

Scarlett Johansson delivered what was hands down the strongest beauty game of the night, pairing a powerful white Michael Kors suit with perfectly coiffed hair and subtle makeup. Our forever best-dressed Sarah Paulson showed up in white Rodarte realness and, of course, Anna Wintour wore a pair of sunglasses

Check out all the most noteworthy looks below. 

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Even Tony Hawk Was Impressed By This Skateboarder’s Marriage Proposal

This skateboarder’s surprise proposal to his girlfriend so great, it even has Tony Hawk’s stamp of approval. 

Earlier this month at the annual Van’s Pool Party in Orange, California, skateboarder and activist Amelia Brodka was chatting about the future of women in skateboarding when interviewer Neal Hendrix subtly brought up Brodka’s boyfriend, Alec Beck, who was also in attendance. 

The pair met four and a half years ago at the Van’s Skatepark, Brodka said, so it holds a special place in their hearts. 

That’s when Hendrix motions to Beck to skate over and join them for the interview: With that, Beck launches himself down into the bowl, skates over and slides on his knees to pop the question.

Of course, Brodka says “yes.” 

The proposal, which made the front page of Reddit on Monday, came as a happy surprise to Brodka, who runs Exposure Skate, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering women and girls through skateboarding.

“I was confused when I looked over to see Alec in his kneepads but I had no idea what was going on until he was on one knee in front of me,” the 27-year-old told HuffPost. “I fantasized about Alec proposing, but this was better than any scenario I could have ever imagined.” 

The “trick” may look effortless, but it took a lot of practice, said Beck, who works as the programs manager at the Tony Hawk Foundation, an organization that creates skate parks in low-income areas.

The day before the event, Beck did dry runs at Van’s Skatepark, attempting to figure out timing and positioning with the skatepark’s production team.

“I knew I needed to focus on only two things,” the 30-year-old said. “First, don’t fall dropping in and two: When I ask, make sure [Amelia] knows it’s just about the two of us and that no one else exists.”

Brodka’s pure gold, Reddit-worthy response definitely convinced Beck he pulled it off.

“That reaction is one of the things I love most about Amelia Brodka,” he said. “She’s not afraid to show excitement or enthusiasm and is incredibly genuine.”

Beck’s boss Tony Hawk was so impressed by the proposal, he shared a video of it on Instagram:

“Congrats @alec_beck & @ameliabrodka on winning the best trick at Van’s Pool Party,’ he captioned the clip.

Brodka, who lives in North County San Diego with her fiancée, told HuffPost the pair haven’t set a date for their wedding yet, but they are busy planning the perfect ceremony. After watching that engagement, we’re really hoping it includes some skate tricks. 

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Here Are The 2017 Tony Award Nominations

The 2017 Tony Award nominations are here!

On Tuesday morning, original “Hamilton” cast member Christopher Jackson announced the nominations along with Tony winner and “30 Rock” alumna Jane Krakowski.

The nominees include the sold-out musical “Dear Evan Hansen,” about a high school senior with social anxiety disorder dealing with a classmate’s death; the musical revival “Hello, Dolly!” featuring Bette Midler; the Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Sweat,” about a small Pennsylvania factory town facing layoffs in the early 2000s; and “Jitney,” a revival of August Wilson’s play produced by San Francisco’s African-American Shakespeare Company.

Unsurprisingly, no single production came close to surpassing the 16-nomination record set by “Hamilton: An American Musical” last year. “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812,” a surprising musical adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace, nabbed 12 nominations, while “Hello, Dolly!” and “Dear Evan Hansen,” nabbed 10 and nine, respectively.

The Best Actress category for plays is a notable stacked category this year: Laurie Metcalf, Cate Blanchett, Laura Linney, Sally Field and Jennifer Ehle are all nominated. So are Kevin Kline, Cory Hawkins and Chris Cooper, in the accompanying leading actor category. Denee Benton (who appeared in Season 2 of “UnREAL”) and Eva Noblezada will compete against Bette Midler for their chance at a Best Actress in a Musical statue.

Beyond the big Hollywood hitters, there are, of course, the usual Broadway suspects: David Hyde Pierce, Patti LuPone and Nathan Lane made the cut, as well as Josh Groban and “Girls” favorite Andrew Rannells.

It’s been a year since “Hamilton” dominated the Tony Awards, overshadowing nearly every other production on Broadway in 2016. This year, there’s hardly one standout performance; however, those vying for tickets to “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Hello, Dolly!” should be excited to watch Midler’s and Ben Platt’s performances next month.

You’ll have to wait until June 11 to watch the 71st Tony Awards ceremony ― which will be hosted by Kevin Spacey, of “House of Cards” and Bobby Darin-impersonating fame. Until then, you can relive the best moments of last year’s festivities here.

Best Play:

”A Doll’s House, Part 2”

Best Musical:

“Dear Evan Hansen” 
“Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812”
“Come From Away” 
“Groundhog Day”

Best Revival of a Play:

“Six Degrees of Separation”
“The Little Foxes” 
“Present Laughter”

Best Revival of a Musical:

“Hello, Dolly!” 
“Miss Saigon”  

Best Actor in a Play:

Denis Arndt, “Heisenberg”  
Chris Cooper, “A Doll’s House Part 2”
Cory Hawkins, “Six Degrees of Separation”
Kevin Kline, “Present Laughter”
Jefferson Mays, “Oslo” 

Best Actress in a Play:

Cate Blanchett, “The Present” 
Jennifer Ehle, “Oslo”
Sally Field, “The Glass Menagerie”  
Laura Linney, “The Little Foxes”
Laurie Metcalf, “A Doll’s House Part 2”

Best Actor in a Musical:

Christian Borle, “Falsettos”  
Josh Groban, “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812”
David Hyde Pierce, “Hello, Dolly!”
Andy Karl, “Groundhog Day” 
Ben Platt, “Dear Evan Hansen” 

Best Actress in a Musical: 

Christine Ebersole, “War Paint”
Denee Benton, “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” 
Patti LuPone, “War Paint” 
Bette Midler, “Hello, Dolly!”
Eva Noblezada, “Miss Saigon”

Best Direction of a Play:

Sam Gold, “A Doll’s House, Part 2”
Ruben Santiago-Hudson, “Jitney”
Bartlett Sher, “Oslo”
Daniel Sullivan, “Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes”
Rebecca Taichman, “Indecent”

Best Direction of a Musical:

Christopher Ashley, “Come From Away”
Rachel Chavkin, “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”
Michael Greif, “Dear Evan Hansen”
Matthew Warchus, “Groundhog Day”
Jerry Zaks, “Hello, Dolly!”

Best Book of a Musical:

“Come From Away,” Irene Sankoff and David Hein
“Dear Evan Hansen,” Steven Levenson
”Groundhog Day,” Danny Rubin
”Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812,” Dave Malloy

Best Original Score:

“Come From Away,” Irene Sankoff and David Hein
”Dear Evan Hansen,” Benj Pasek & Justin Paul
”Groundhog Day,” Tim Minchin
”Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812,” Dave Malloy

Best Featured Actor in a Play:

Michael Aronov, “Oslo”
Danny DeVito, “The Price”
Nathan Lane, “The Front Page”
Richard Thomas, “The Little Foxes”
John Douglas Thompson, “Jitney” 

Best Featured Actress in a Play:

Johanna Day, “Sweat”
Jayne Houdyshell, “A Doll’s House, Part 2”
Cynthia Nixon, “The Little Foxes”
Condola Rashad, “A Doll’s House, Part 2”
Michelle Wilson, “Sweat”

Best Featured Actor in a Musical:

Gavin Creel, “Hello, Dolly!”
Mike Faist, “Dear Evan Hansen”
Andrew Rannells, “Falsettos”
Lucas Steele, “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”
Brandon Uranowitz, “Falsettos”

Best Featured Actress in a Musical:

Kate Baldwin, “Hello, Dolly!”
Stephanie J. Block, “Falsettos”
Jenn Colella, “Come From Away”
Rachel Bay Jones, “Dear Evan Hansen”
Mary Beth Peil, “Anastasia” 

Best Scenic Design of a Play: 

David Gallo, “Jitney”
Nigel Hook, “The Play That Goes Wrong”
Douglas W. Schmidt, “The Front Page”
Michael Yeargan, “Oslo” 

Best Scenic Design of a Musical: 

Rob Howell, “Groundhog Day”
David Korins, “War Paint”
Mimi Lien, “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”
Santo Loquasto, “Hello, Dolly!”

Best Costume Design of a Play:

Jane Greenwood, “The Little Foxes”
Susan Hilferty, “Present Laughter”
Toni-Leslie James, “Jitney”
David Zinn, “A Doll’s House, Part 2”

Best Costume Design of a Musical:

Linda Cho, “Anastasia”
Santo Loquasto, “Hello, Dolly!”
Paloma Young, “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”
Catherine Zuber, “War Paint”

Best Choreography:  

Andy Blankenbuehler, “Bandstand”
Peter Darling and Ellen Kane, “Groundhog Day”
Kelly Devine, “Come From Away”
Denis Jones, “Holiday Inn, The New Irving Berlin Musical”
Sam Pinkleton, “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”

Best Lighting Design of a Play: 

Christopher Akerlind, “Indecent”
Jane Cox, “Jitney”
Donald Holder, “Oslo”
Jennifer Tipton, “A Doll’s House, Part 2” 

Best Lighting Design of a Musical: 

Howell Binkley, “Come From Away”
Natasha Katz, “Hello, Dolly!”
Bradley King, “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”
Japhy Weideman, “Dear Evan Hansen”

Best Orchestrations:

Bill Elliott and Greg Anthony Rassen, “Bandstand”
Larry Hochman, “Hello, Dolly!”
Alex Lacamoire, “Dear Evan Hansen”
Dave Malloy, “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812”

See the 2016 Tony Award winners here.

Watch the 71st Tony Awards, hosted by Kevin Spacey, on June 11 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS. 

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24: Legacy: Does Tony Deserve Redemption?

Carlos Bernard reinvigorated 24: Legacy with his return as Tony Almeida in last week’s episode, with the longtime fan-favorite character finding himself once again tasked with thwarting an attack on America.

As we learned, Tony is now the leader of a mercenary unit that operates outside the law and handles the jobs the government can’t have on the books. Bernard finds this an interesting way for the character to be portrayed, telling IGN, “He’s been a leader for the good guys and the bad. Now he kind of skirts that line. He’s definitely not a bad guy – it’s a shade of grey.”


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Let’s Give This Dude A Tony For His ‘Hamilton’-Inspired Wedding Speech

When Matt Rotner was tasked with giving a speech at his sister’s wedding, he was not about to throw away his shot.

Instead of giving some boring old speech, Matt blew everyone away with a surprise performance inspired by the hit Broadway musical “Hamilton” at his sister Jenna’s wedding to Ross Drucker at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Saturday. 

He re-wrote the words to “Alexander Hamilton,” the opening song from the show, tailoring them to fit the details of the bride and groom’s love story.

According to Matt, the Rotner family shares a love of Broadway shows and saw “Hamilton” together in October 2015 ― just a few weeks after Ross and Jenna got engaged. After watching the opening number, Matt knew he had found the inspiration for his speech.

“I turned to my mom and said, ‘Well, I know exactly what I’m doing for the wedding,’” he told The Huffington Post. “I thought, ‘Hey, I might not be able to sing well anymore, but I know I can write these rhymes and put on one hell of a show.’”

Below, a sample of the well-crafted lyrics Matt penned for the occasion:  

How does a Met fan, golfer, Long Island boy, an accountant, dropped right in the meltin’ pot. Yes, New York City, ain’t it pretty, the fancy lights and shows. Go meet this Jew from California ― you know where this story goes?

Yes, Jenna Rotner, the oldest daughter of my father. Moved to The Big Apple with some pressure from her mother said time to be a wife. Said this year you start your life. Israeli mothers, a sharper edge than any knife.

Matt first spent time gathering the information he needed to write the lyrics, namely the particulars of the bride and groom’s “how we met” story, which began on JDate in New York City. In July, Matt started writing the rhymes on the train while commuting to and from work.

Throughout the process, Matt made sure to keep his plans a secret from the bride and groom.

“I told Jenna I had something very special planned and I have been hyping it up to her and Ross for the last year, but I never gave her an inkling of what it could be,” he told HuffPost. 

All of Matt’s dedication paid off when he saw the look on his sister’s face during the performance.

“When the first first few notes of the track hit after my intro, I saw her face and she was in shock,” he said. “I’ll never forget her reaction and I’m so happy it was caught on camera.”

Growing up, Matt, Jenna and their little sister Maddison would perform musical numbers together at family parties, weddings, birthdays ― you name it. 

“It was my first time I really ever did something like that without my sisters by my side, so everyone was kind of dumbfounded when it was all said and done that I did that alone,” he said. 

Watch the Tony-award-worthy speech, shot by Vidicam Productions, above. 

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‘Hamilton’ Breaks Record With 16 Tony Award Nominations

“Hamilton,” the founding fathers-themed musical that you cannot escape (nor should you want to), made history of its own this morning when it received a record 16 Tony Award nominations

The production — a mix of hip-hop, musical theater homages, and semi-biographical information about the late, great Alexander Hamilton — earned nods for categories including Best Musical, Best Score, Best Book of a Musical, Best Director, Best Scenic Design, Best Costume Design, Best Lighting Design, Best Choreography, Best Orchestrations and a slew of acting nominations.

The musical trumped the achievements of “The Producers” and “Billy Elliot,” who previously shared the record for the most Tony nominations, with 15 each.

Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote and stars in the musical, already has a Tony, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Pulitzer to his name, among many other awards, like a MacArthur Genius Grant. As an actor, musician, writer and composer, he’s neatly poised to nab that coveted EGOT acronym if he vies for an Oscar. (He is set to star alongside Emily Blunt in the upcoming “Mary Poppins” reboot, so there’s hope!)

But more than that, Miranda could become the third person in history to acquire the even fancier PEGOT title (acknowledging his Pulitzer win), as Richard Rodgers and Marvin Hamlisch did before him.

Let’s face it, he slayed during his performance at the White House. He can do anything.

If you’re not familiar with the musical “Hamilton,” congratulations on your safe return back from Mars. Now that your comfortably rested and able to peruse the Internet, please catch up here, here and here.

See a full list of the 2016 Tony Award nominations here.

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Here Are All The 2016 Tony Award Nominations

The 2016 Tony Nominations are here!

Thanks to announcers Andrew Rannells and Nikki M. James, we’ve finally been made privy to a list of all the plays, musicals, actors, directors, designers and composers vying for an illustrious Tony statuette this year. 

The nominees include some recognizable favorites — essentially, anything having to do with the musical “Hamilton,” Lin-Manuel Miranda’s historic, hip-hop-tinged ode to the founding fathers. Also noteworthy: nods for this year’s revival of “The Color Purple,” recognition for Sara Bareilles’ score for “Waitress,” and a Best Play nomination for Danai Gurira’s acclaimed, all-women “Eclipsed.”

Of course, to the surprise of no one, “Hamilton” nabbed the most nods this year, receiving a respectable (and record!) 16 nominations including one for Best Musical, two for Leading Actor in a Musical, and a well-deserved nomination for Best Score. 

In terms of the Hollywood actors infiltrating the Great White Way, Jeff Daniels, Jessica Lange, Lupita Nyong’o, Michelle Williams, and Frank Langella managed to scoop up nominations, while a group of less lucky bigwigs on Broadway this year (Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Bruce Willis, Al Pacino, Keira Knightley) went unnoticed. 

The 2016 Tony Awards is set to air on CBS on Sunday, June 12, at 8 p.m. ET. James Corden, of “The Late Late Show” and “One Man, Two Guvnors” fame, will be hosting, so we can only hope Miranda will be stopping by “Carpool Karaoke” soon.

Best Play:

“The Humans”
“King Charles III”
“The Father”

Best Musical:

“Bright Star”
“School of Rock”
“Shuffle Along”

Best Revival of a Play:

“Long Day’s Journey Into Night”
“A View from the Bridge”
“Noises Off”
“The Crucible”

Best Revival of a Musical:

“The Color Purple”
“Fiddler on the Roof”
“She Loves Me”
“Spring Awakening”

Leading Actor in a Play:

Gabriel Byrne, “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” 
Jeff Daniels, “Blackbird” 
Frank Langella, “The Father”
Tim Pigott-Smith, “King Charles III”
Mark Strong, “A View from the Bridge”

Leading Actress in a Play:

Jessica Lange, “Long Day’s Journey into Night” 
Laurie Metcalf, “Misery”
Lupita Nyong’o, “Eclipsed”
Michelle Williams, “Blackbird”
Sophie Okonedo, “The Crucible”

Leading Actor in a Musical:

Zachary Levi, “She Loves Me”
Alex Brightman, “School of Rock” 
Danny Burstein, “Fiddler on the Roof”
Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Hamilton”
Leslie Odom Jr., “Hamilton”

Leading Actress in a Musical: 

Laura Benanti, “She Loves Me”
Carmen Cusack, “Bright Star”
Cynthia Erivo, “The Color Purple”
Phillipa Soo, “Hamilton”
Jessie Mueller, “Waitress”

Best Director of a Play:

Rupert Goold, “King Charles III”
Jonathan Kent, “Long Day’s Journey Into Night”
Joe Mantello, “The Humans”
Liesl Tommy, “Eclipsed”
Ivo van Hove, “A View From the Bridge”

Best Director of a Musical:

Michael Arden, “Spring Awakening”
Thomas Kail, “Hamilton”
John Doyle, “The Color Purple”
Scott Ellis, “She Loves Me”
George C. Wolfe, “Shuffle Along”

Best Book of a Musical:

Steve Martin, “Bright Star”
Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Hamilton”
Julian Fellowes, “School of Rock”
George C. Wolfe, “Shuffle Along”

Best Original Score:

Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, “Bright Star”
Lin-Manuel Miranda, “Hamilton”
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Glenn Slater, “School of Rock”
Sara Bareilles, “Waitress”

Best Featured Actor in a Play:

Reed Birney, “The Humans”
Bill Camp, “The Crucible”
David Furr, “Noises Off”
Richard Goulding, “King Charles III”
Michael Shannon, “Long Day’s Journey Into Night”

Best Featured Actress in a Play:

Pascale Armand, “Eclipsed”
Megan Hilty, “Noises Off”
Jayne Houdyshell, “The Humans”
Andrea Martin, “Noises Off”
Saycon Sengbloh, “Eclipsed”

Best Featured Actor in a Musical:

Daveed Diggs, “Hamilton”
Brandon Victor Dixon, “Shuffle Along”
Christopher Fitzgerald, “Waitress”
Jonathan Groff, “Hamilton”
Christopher Jackson, “Hamilton”

Best Featured Actress in a Musical:

Danielle Brooks, “The Color Purple”
Renee Elise Goldsberry, “Hamilton”
Jane Krakowski, “She Loves Me”
Jennifer Simard, “Disaster!”
Adrienne Warren, “Shuffle Along”

Best Scenic Design of a Play:

Beowulf Boritt, “Therese Raquin”
Christopher Oram, “Hughie”
Jan Versweyveld, “A View from the Bridge”
David Zinn, “The Humans”

Best Scenic Design of a Musical:

Es Devlin and Finn Ross, “American Psycho”
David Korins, “Hamilton”
Santo Loquasto, “Shuffle Along”
David Rockwell, “She Loves Me”

Best Costume Design of a Play:

Jane Greenwood, “Long Day’s Journey Into Night”
Michael Krass, “Noises Off”
Clint Ramos, “Eclipsed”
Tom Scutt, “King Charles III”

Best Costume Design of a Musical:

Gregg Barnes, “Tuck Everlasting”
Jeff Mahshie, “She Loves Me”
Ann Roth, “Shuffle Along”
Paul Tazewell, “Hamilton”

Best Choreography:

Andy Blankenbuehler, “Hamilton”
Savion Glover, “Shuffle Along”
Hofesh Shechter, “Fiddler on the Roof”
Randy Skinner, “Dames at Sea”
Sergio Trujillo, “On Your Feet!”

Best Lighting Design of a Play:

Natasha Katz, “Long Day’s Journey Into Night”
Justin Townsend, “The Humans”
Jan Versweyveld, “The Crucible”
Jan Versweyveld, “A View from the Bridge”

Best Lighting Design of a Musical:

Howell Binkley, “Hamilton”
Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer, “Shuffle Along”
Ben Stanton, “Spring Awakening”
Justin Townsend, “American Psycho”

Best Orchestrations:

August Eriksmoen, “Bright Star”
Larry Hochman, “She Loves Me”
Alex Lacamoire, “Hamilton”
Daryl Waters, “Shuffle Along”

See a complete list of the 2015 Tony Award winners here.

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EXCLUSIVE: Tony The Tiger Victim Of Food Terrorist Plot?

Is someone kidding around with beloved breakfast cereal mascot Tony the Tiger with a series of viral videos showing him helping a sex worker, a suicide bomber and a police officer who savagely beats a female suspect?

Or is a food terrorist trying to commit a cereal killing by making Tony look bad?

Kellogg Co. said it had nothing to do with what it called “offensive” videos posted this week showing its Frosted Flakes mascot behaving badly. Evidence uncovered by The Huffington Post suggests a well-known food activist, Jani Leinonen, may be involved.

The latest video shows a battered woman named Anna seated inside a California cafe.

“Last night I experienced the worst physical abuse of my life, for no reason,” reads a description of the video at tonyisback.com. “I feel so humiliated, betrayed, my whole body is aching. I am angry but I have not found the courage to fight back. I was so lost, but Tony came and encouraged me to go ahead with my plan to show people.”

Tony the Tiger, in the video, encourages Anna to go through with her “plan” by eating a bowl of sugary Frosted Flakes — “They’re grrrrreat,” he says in his trademark shout.

After eating a bit of the cereal, Anna stands up and shows she has a bomb strapped to her chest, which detonates as the video ends.

Actress Gina Ferranti shared a video still shot from the film on Instagram, The Huffington Post’s investigation shows. Ferranti lists the role on her acting resume, which identifies the director and production company responsible for “Tony.”

Neither Ferranti nor her agent replied to HuffPost’s inquiries. 

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Ferranti’s resume identifies the “Tony” director as Jani Leinonen, an artist from Finland who has been linked to a group of health-food activists called the Food Liberation Army.

The organization was responsible for the Jan. 31, 2010, theft of a life-size Ronald McDonald statue from a McDonald’s fast food restaurant in central Helsinki, according to NPR.org. The kidnappers threatened to decapitate Ronald unless McDonald’s answered questions about the quality of its food and its work ethics. Finnish police identified Leinonen as a suspect and  jailed him for 30 hours, according to a report on the art news website we-make-money-not-art.com.

 Leinonen didn’t respond to a request for comment from HuffPost on Friday.

In her resume, Ferranti identified the company that filmed “Tony” as Route 1, a Los Angeles-based firm that provides production services. 

Route 1’s website says the company has worked with a number of well-known corporations, including Kellogg. Route 1’s show reel includes two commercials for Kellogg’s Special K products.

Route 1 recently shared a photo on its Facebook page that shows its ”amazing crew” with Jani Leinonen at the Malibu Pier.

“Thank you Tero, Jani, Anti, and Jani #2 for trusting us with your amazing project,” the post reads.

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Route 1 didn’t respond to multiple requests for comment from HuffPost on Friday.

A Kellogg spokesperson, who replied to questions without providing a name, said Friday that the company has no relationship with Leinonen, but didn’t say whether it had worked with Route 1.

“As a company grounded in the values of integrity and respect, we recognize people’s right to creative expression,” the Kellogg spokesperson said in an email. “We also believe these videos are offensive and make light of serious issues that deserve real dialogue. Tony is a beloved icon and we will protect the integrity of our brands and our characters.”


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Brooke Adams & Tony Shalhoub in Happy Days, at the Flea Theater


I always like going to the Flea Theater, since they bring to fruition off beat, experimental and genius pieces such as Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days, directed by Andrei Belgrader and playing now to packed audiences with Brooke Adams and Tony Shalhoub. An oddly timeless work written in 1960; to the naked eye it seems like it is an aged piece of cheese, but only if you have never read a book or are part of the generation that needs everything spelled out and explained in 60 seconds, as patience is short these days and Becket requires mature thinking, tempered with intellectual curiosity. It requires a willingness to see that whether the rituals in life move fast or slow, we all most likely, find ourselves in a routine for better or worse. And though the main character Winnie, is a throwback to Jean Stapleton (Edith Bunker) days of yore, is she really that far away in her symbolic matrix from contemporary life?

Even if society has changed drastically in 55 years, we are human and do get older and we do begin to bury ourselves in sand, piling up the emblematic experience of a lifetime around us, until we are gone and buried. The metaphor is still as fresh as ever, though the conditions have changed and even then, if one searches their mind they will have an “Aha” moment of truth, recognizing familiar faces in their lives, even if it’s at the next table while dining at the Starbucks.

Winnie is a woman somewhere in her 50s, trying very hard to stay sane, alive and happy, as she is buried in earth so packed, she cannot or will not move, while her husband Willie moves in and out of day-light from his hole somewhere below the mound, where she presides. She will often call out to him, asking for his love and to affirm her life. He is wordless and with his head turned mostly away from the audience and Winnie, he spends most of his time reading an old paper, looking at porn, and grunting out a few things here and there of little consequence.

Ms. Adams makes a compelling Winnie, with a look of an aged beauty who might have been in a pageant in her youth. She refuses to be unhappy, even though you know by the strain of her smile that she is staving off the inevitability of death and is quite lonely to the very bottom of her soul.

The monumental task of carrying a full two hours of monologue is herculean, but Ms. Adams did it in a smooth and meticulous way; capturing Winnie’s dilemma of impending death, loneliness, and the steady nothingness that her relationship with her husband, who seems to be disappearing at will and with him her romantic memories. Ms. Adams has a distinctive quality of being uncommonness, which sometimes gets in the way of Winnie’s ordinary life history. We cannot help but notice her sparkle, she is not a warn piece of jewelry that has been dulled by time or become eccentric from a ritualized life forced into a mound of earth, maybe Ms. Adams is too charming. That hint of frustration, of utter eccentricity brought about by monotony fails to shine through, which seems to me missing from the steadiness of her performance.

Scarcely existent Willie, Mr. Shalhoub used his brief words wisely and was no less charming than he is in everything he does. However, I have to say, to be Willie successfully, one must be slightly more than catatonic and slightly less than dead. His final moment with his wife requires something deeper than the surprise vertical entrance of Willie wearing fancy attire. It requires mercy, love and something as unseemly as maybe a little hatred.

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Four Tips From Tony Robbins to Handle Frustration

Sometimes you imagine a life for yourself that, for no apparent reason, you think will make you happy. And when you’ve fulfilled the dream, the one you went through all the trials and tribulations for, somehow happiness fails to find you. Today, Tony Robbins will help to shed light on what’s in the background of all this.


As Tony Robbins says in his lecture, there’s always something you desire, something you’d like to get. It might be recognition, love from others — mostly it’s unconditional love — and you feel obliged to create something absolutely unique, otherwise it won’t work out. What’s more, you’re too far from achieving your new goal and you might well feel unable to bring it into your present. Frustration, however, uses up so much of your energy that it makes you unable to keep a clear head.

1. Change your internal communication

In order to make a change in your life, it’s enough to simply change the stories you keep telling to yourself and to others. For example, ‘I’ll never be good enough’, ‘I’ll never lose weight’ and so on. If you can change your internal communication, you can achieve anything. These things seal you off from being happy, besides they attract people into your life who only reinforce this. Is this what you need? Obviously not.

2. You get what you believe in

What do you believe in? What obstacles do you pose to yourself? Why aren’t you satisfied? The answers to these questions usually point out some emotional needs, which could be satisfied if you did something. E.g. ‘If I was successful, more people would love me’ … A more radical version of this is stating ‘It’s easy for others’ or ‘I have no opportunities’. Yes, it’s a perfect shield, but you’ll never know what you’re capable of until you ram the walls you erected. If you don’t like your boundaries, destroy them. If you don’t like not going towards your happiness or you feel that it’s too distant; figure out the way there and do everything for it to work out. You have time, you don’t have to worry. Take small steps towards the aim.

3. Let go of pressure

Release the heavy burden because it’ll just cripple you and you’ll never achieve your goal. Life doesn’t happen to you, it happens for you. Yes, without control you suffer from seeing that the thing you desire will never become real, but then just let life bring whatever it has to. Believe me, you may be grateful for fate that everything happened the way it should.

If you suffer, there are two solutions at hand:
1. Thriving to improve,
2. helping others

4. Develop

However great successes you may achieve, days will come when it’s boring to be on the top of the mountain. When you know the scenery, what’s more you’re bored with it. Then, you must improve, set off and see the other mountains; how high they are and whether you can climb them. Remember, your old mountain will still be there. You have nothing to lose.

And this is the difference between being brave and cowardly: the brave ones have at least once experienced what it’s like to achieve something. From that moment on, you know nothing is impossible for you and you’ll never be afraid of anything again. You’ll fearlessly plunge into the very middle of the jungle of the surrounding mountains, knowing you’ll find a way in every situation. Don’t let your life go by focusing on becoming something or somebody. Release the burden you carry and let life shape you. Don’t say you can’t because it’ll come true. I might say I’m unable to achieve my goals I set but I’m perfectly aware of owning everything what it takes inside me to fulfill them. Whether it’ll work out or not depends exclusively on what’s inside my head and whether I’ll do my best to get there.

And when your life is at the point of seeming accomplishment and still you don’t feel happy, and your friends cast it in your face that you shouldn’t grumble while you feel desperately lonely with your little problem, always remember that the source of the problem is that you project a world you desire, a dream world, which fails to correspond to reality and it ultimately causes frustration. Let it go. Don’t feel running out of time since everything happens when it’s supposed to.

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Helen Mirren Looks Glamorous As Always At The Tony Awards

Helen Mirren was a vision as she walked the red carpet at the 2015 Tony Awards in New York on Sunday.

The 69-year-old stunned in a white gown with a plunging neckline while her husband Taylor Hackford looked dapper by her side.

Mirren is nominated for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for “The Audience.” She is honored among a talented list of actresses, including Carey Mulligan, Elisabeth Moss, Ruth Wilson and Geneva Carr.

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An Exclusive Peek Inside This Year’s Tony Awards Gala

Answer: Party at the Plaza Hotel into the wee hours!

Question: This Sunday at the American Theatre Wing’s Tony Awards, after the last circular medallion is handed out at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, what happens next?

For the fifth year, the nominees, presenters and other VIPs hightail it to the famous and historic Plaza Hotel for a Tony gala for the ages. “We’re the only event that takes over the entirety of the Plaza Hotel including the Todd English Food Court, the Palm Court and the Terrace Room. That makes it very special,” says Charlotte St. Martin, president of The Broadway League, which presents the Tony Awards along with the American Theatre Wing.

This year’s theme is Marie Antoinette with shades of pink, flowers and crystal galore. “It’s very Versailles-looking, which certainly matches the decor of the Plaza,” says St. Martin. In fact, the shindig has been in the works for an entire year. As Heather Hitchens, president of the American Theatre Wing explains, “The Tonys is June 7. On June 8, we begin planning next year’s Tonys.”

The glam Tony gala is a collaboration of 24 different businesses. So what can the partygoers expect at this year’s gala? For a preview of the big night (from 1,800 glasses of champagne to 1,500 pieces of shrimp), click on this story at Parade.com

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Anticipating the Tony Awards, With Alan Cumming at the Café Carlyle, the Astaire Awards, and Stars in the Alley

Facing a crowd that included his mother and brother as well as Tony Danza, next up for a run at the Café Carlyle, Alan Cumming reminded everyone that he would be hosting the Tony Awards with Kristen Chenoweth on Sunday night, admitting that he was “freaking out.” That was hard to believe from the poised actor, prepared by years of M.C. workout in Cabaret. But as he deftly sang his “sloppy” mash-ups including one channeling Adele, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry, he paused to sing from the Kander & Ebb musical, The Visit, a contender for Best Musical: “You, You, You,” a number sung memorably by Chita Rivera, herself nominated for Best Actress in a Musical.

This was just one of the many run-ups to the Tony Awards, Broadway’s big night this Sunday. A steady stream of awards showcase exceptional work: this week, for example, at the 33rd annual Fred & Adele Astaire Awards, Leanne Cope and Robert Fairchild from An American in Paris, and On the Town’s Tony Yazbeck were chosen best dancers. The award for Outstanding Choreography on Broadway went jointly to Joshua Bergasse (On the Town) and Christopher Wheeldon (An American in Paris). Is it just something for everyone, or an indication of the plays that have the winning buzz?

A taste was offered at the annual Stars in the Alley event last week, a free smorgasbord of performances from many shows, staged in Shubert Alley, between Junior’s and the Booth Theater, home to Hand to God. Some highlights from Tony nominated plays included the Fun Home children, Sydney Lucas, Zell Steele Morrow, and Oscar Williams dancing and singing, “Come to the Fun Home,” special appearances by Alex Sharp of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, and Steven Boyer, Geneva Carr, and Sarah Stiles from Hand to God (and yes, Tyrone too), Ben Miles, Lydia Leonard, and Nathaniel Parker from Wolf Hall 1 and 2 (heads intact). Christian Borle sang “It’s Hard to be the Bard” from Something Rotten!, and could not stop moving, gyrating to the event’s finale, “Dancing Queen” from Broadway’s long running Mamma Mia!

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Lonely Planet: The world’s leading travel guide publisher*Greedy Lords, dubious heroes, wicked relations and innocents in peril – today’s world sounds like a grim fairytale! Travelling along the infamous ‘Axis of Evil’ led to Tony Wheeler’s Bad Lands – now he’s going deeper into the world’s darkest corners to explore a rogue’s gallery of troubled nations. Every country has its problems, but some problems seem so vexed, so intractable, so absurd, you can only shake your head. Tony Wheeler trains his well-travelled eyes on some of these places and attempts to understand how things got so messed up. Along the way he gets stoned (with the thrown variety) in Palestine, scores a speeding ticket in Zimbabwe, gets arrested for photographing a bar in the Congo, and visits Osama bin Laden’s Abbottabad in Pakistan. Join Tony and find out if there’s a happily-ever-after in these tales from the dark side. Author: Tony WheelerAbout Lonely Planet: Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world’s leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award-winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet’s mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places where they travel. TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards 2012 and 2013 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category’Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.’ – New York Times’Lonely Planet. It’s on everyone’s bookshelves; it’s in every traveller’s hands. It’s on mobile phones. It’s on the Internet. It’s everywhere, and it’s telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.’ – Fairfax Media (Australia) 1 in the world market share – source: Nielsen Bookscan. Australia, UK and USA. March 2012-January 2013

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Bakery Goofs By Making ‘My Little Tony’ Cake For Birthday Party

An Italian bakery has egg on its face after confusing a request for a “My Little Pony” cake for one featuring an obscure crooner named “Little Tony.”

When the employees of a pastry shop in Gangi, Sicily, were asked to make a birthday cake for a 9-year-old girl’s birthday party, they mistakenly heard “My Little Tony,” instead of “My Little Pony,” the Telegraph reports.

Consequently, the girl’s cake featured a bouffant-haired singer in a white jacket, not a bright pink pony with a blue mane.

The singer on the cake, “Little Tony” Ciacci, was an Elvis-style Italian singer popular in Great Britain and Italy in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

Since the girl had never heard of “Little Tony,” officials for Codacons, Italy’s consumer association, said the girl and her family would be within their rights to sue the bakery for a lot of dough, according to the Telegraph.

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Aftermath is a black comedy thriller about one man’s enormous overreaction. Thomas Fiorini (Anthony Michael Hall) is a successful developer and an upstanding member of the community. He has it all: money, a stunning wife (Elisabeth Rohm), and their first child on the way. But the good times come to a screeching halt when Tom’s lead foreman Matt (Jamie Harrold) and subcontractor Tony (Chris Penn), start to compete for top position in the company. After a physical fight with Tony, Matt mysteriously disappears and Tom, fearing the worst, fires Tony. What follows is a slippery spiral of confrontations and suspicions as Tom becomes increasingly paranoid. Step by step he moves in a direction of fear leading to meetings with a top hit man (Tony Danza) and a cast of unsavory characters. Also starring Lily Rabe and Frank Whaley. Written & directed by the award-winning Thomas Farone.

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Tony Dungy on Uncommon Marriage and Life After Coaching

On February 4, 2007, long-time NFL head coach (and current NBC Sunday Night Football analyst) Tony Dungy etched his name into the history books by becoming the first African American head coach to win a Super Bowl; his Indianapolis Colts overcoming the Chicago Bears 29-17. It was a triumph that was revered — and will continue to be revered — by many.


As Dungy clutched the championship trophy in the post-game celebration and highlighted his faith in a humble interview with legendary broadcaster Jim Nantz, the world watched as a man realized a dream that so few will ever be able to accomplish.

But there’s much more to the narrative on Tony Dungy than that Super Bowl victory. For one layer, I would like to take you back to June 19, 1982.

This was the day that Tony married his wife, Lauren. It was the beginning of a union that would stand the test of time. If you look back at the video of Tony’s Super Bowl speech, you’ll see that Lauren was standing right there, right by his side. That visual representation was a reminder that, even as we marvel at the prowess of today’s athletes and laud the intellect of championship coaches — family comes first.

Indeed there is a story here, a marvelous one that continues to this day, as Tony and Lauren prepare to celebrate their 32nd anniversary. It is a story that they have encapsulated in their recently released book, Uncommon Marriage: Learning about Lasting Love and Overcoming Life’s Obstacles Together.


Chronicling Tony and Lauren’s journey from courtship to present day, Uncommon Marriage is a book that anyone who is even considering marriage would appreciate. The Dungy’s share their experience — the thrills of life, and the disappointments as well — in a heart-felt (and sometimes playful) “he-said/she-said” pattern that is as relatable as it is inspirational.

I had a chance to catch up with Tony Dungy to get some insight on the motivation behind Uncommon Marriage, the keys to the endurance of his own marriage, and how life has been after coaching in the NFL.

Marcus: What inspired you and your wife Lauren to write Uncommon Marriage?
Dungy: Lauren and I had done several children’s books together. Tyndale Publishers approached us about doing a marriage book. At first, we were very hesitant, not thinking we would have much to share. But we were involved in a couple’s Bible study and we had a lot of conversation about marriage in that study. In the past, it always seemed we were one of the younger couples, asking for advice in our Bible studies. But suddenly, we looked around and we were one of the older couples. So we felt we might have some things to share from our experiences, from lessons we’d learned from other couples, and especially from what we had read in the Bible. We also felt that society was not holding marriage in the high esteem that it needed to be held, so we wanted to address that as well.

Marcus: What message do you hope readers — newlyweds, long-timers, even singles — get from Uncommon Marriage?

Dungy: We hope there is something in it for everyone, even singles looking to get married. The basic message that we talk about is focusing on the three C’s — Christ, commitment, and communication. We believe that to enjoy a rich and satisfying marriage you really need Christ in the center of your marriage. That way, when you find yourself taking divergent paths, you can always look to Christ and let Him bring things back into focus. We also want couples to see that God’s design for marriage is permanent. Couples must have a commitment to stay together no matter what. And the third major point is one of communication. Talking, listening, and understanding each other is crucial for a marriage.

Marcus: You have been together with your wife for more than three decades. What are some of the keys to the endurance of your marriage?


Dungy: Marriage is like a football game. There is a huge adrenaline rush at the opening kickoff, but that rush eventually wears off and you have to settle in to play the full four quarters. You are going to have to stick to your game plan, rely on your fundamentals, and be ready for some ups and downs to succeed over the long haul. In marriage, that means continuing to look out for the best interests of the other person, keeping the lines of communication open and not letting external elements and pressures distract you from your commitment to each other. And those external elements don’t have to be bad things. They can be positive things like children, or job promotions. We just have to be careful that nothing comes between our relationship with our spouse because that is the most important personal relationship that God has ordained. And when circumstances arise that put pressure on the marriage relationship, we have to remember to turn to God in those times and not run away from Him. Probably the best advice we could give, though, is to remember that your relationship can’t be based on your feelings. Love is not a feeling, it’s a commitment to the other person. There will be times you don’t feel like loving your spouse, but those are the times you have to let Christ help you honor that commitment.

Marcus: Were there things you learned from marriage that influenced your coaching on the football field, and vice versa?
Dungy: The job of a coaching staff is to help your team play its best. You have to put aside your individual goals and objectives to make that happen. In a marriage, both individuals have to do the same thing — put aside their individual desires and concentrate on making the marriage and the family the best they can be. Goal setting, teamwork, and sacrifice become the major themes, so in many ways I did take things from my coaching to our marriage. The one thing I knew as a head coach was that I couldn’t do it all myself. My assistant coaches had so much to offer and I had to empower them to utilize their talents. Married couples need to do the same thing and utilize the strengths of each spouse.

From my family, I learned that each child was a little different in their emotional makeup. I couldn’t treat them exactly the same, and that helped me as a coach. Realizing that people all respond differently to instruction, correction, encouragement and criticism was so helpful to me. As a coach, I never subscribed to the “my way or the highway” thinking. Because of my experiences with our children, I tried to find different ways to communicate with, and get the most out of, my players.

Marcus: You have made a tremendous transition from coaching. What do you feel has been your greatest accomplishment (or accomplishments) since retiring from the field?
Dungy: Since retiring from coaching I’ve had time to do many of the things I’ve always wanted to do. I’ve gotten to spend a lot more time with my wife and my family. Helping Lauren more in raising the younger children has probably been the most meaningful thing I’ve been able to do. I’ve also been able to get more involved in church and take a bigger role there. I love my job with NBC Sunday Night Football, and being a part of the number 1 rated show on prime-time TV has been a thrill. It has also allowed me to highlight some of the great off-the-field projects of our NFL players. As part of our Dungy Family Foundation, Lauren and I, along with our relatives, have been able to support some very worthwhile causes. We’ve been able to help out with some children’s programs, women’s shelters and academic support for students. Lauren and I read and promote literacy during the school year in Tampa elementary schools, and that has been rewarding and fun.

Marcus: What advice would you give to someone that wants to have the type of positive influence you have been able to have?

Dungy: The best work-related advice I ever received was from Chuck Noll, my first boss with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He told me to never make a career decision based on salary or job title. Instead, look at who you’re going to work for and work with, what you can learn from them, and how you can grow in the job. That advice served me well over the years and I would add one thing to that. I always tell people to look for significance over success. There are many things in life you can do to make money, and earning a living is important. But I would recommend looking at how you can help people as well as make money. You will definitely feel more energized and more fulfilled doing something you feel is benefiting others.

Marcus: What’s next for you?

Dungy: I don’t have anything concrete planned for the future. Lauren and I have been asked about doing another book but we don’t have one in the works yet. I’m leading a couple of Bible studies during the week and I’d like to get more involved with discipling young men, especially. However, I don’t see a return to full time coaching on the horizon. We still have six children at home so we have more than enough to keep us busy.

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Broadway Star’s ‘Fiddler On The Roof’ Wedding Performance Deserves A Tony (VIDEO)

When marrying a Broadway star, there’s a good chance he’ll do something really awesome at your wedding — like choreograph a surprise musical number involving the entire wedding party and your parents.

Tony-award-winner Lin-Manuel Miranda did just that when he tied the knot with Vanessa Nadal back in 2010. Now the video is making the rounds on the Internet again and we couldn’t be happier.

In the post-nuptial toast to his new wife, Miranda belts out a customized version of the classic broadway tune “To Life” from “Fiddler on the Roof” — remember he’s a pro — and he doesn’t do it alone.

In the video description on YouTube, Miranda writes, “My surprise for my wife Vanessa on our wedding day. All of Vanessa’s close friends and family rehearsed for a month in secret, leading up to the reception. What we lack in polish, we hopefully make up for in joy and love. In any event, everyone in this video has one thing in common: We’d do anything to show Vanessa how much we love her.”

D’awww! Check out the Broadway-caliber performance in the video above. Then, watch more amazing viral wedding videos in the slideshow below.

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