When it comes to favorite Tony Award moments, some of this year’s nominees are divided into two main camps: The moments with Neil Patrick Harris and the ones with Hugh Jackman.
The host of Sunday night’s Tony Awards is debuting a new look.
A Broadway veteran, a newbie and a four-time host made history Sunday at the Tony Awards.
The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, joint producers of the show, will host the glittery ceremony from Radio City Music Hall. It will be broadcast live by CBS.
From Patti LaBelle to Neil Patrick Harris, the stage at the 68th Annual Tony Awards will be packed with big stars and even bigger performances.
Hugh Jackman’s stalker was sentenced to six months behind bars Monday — but she’s already served twice that.
Golden Globe and Tony Award-winning actor Hugh Jackman returns to host “The 68th Annual Tony Awards,” live from Radio City Music Hall on Sunday, June 8th, 8pm ET.
Tao Okamoto is making her big screen debut as Hugh Jackman’s love interest in “The Wolverine,” and she visited The Couch to talk about the new movie.
With so many great Tony Award performances of the past, how do you pick a top 10? Here is a look at a few undeniable legends that stand out from years past.
The woman accused of stalking actor Hugh Jackman at his West Village gym was indicted by a grand jury this week.
On Monday, Jackman returned to the Gotham Gym at 600 Washington St. in the West Village where an accused stalker confronted him on Saturday.
Jackman was working out at Gotham Gym in the West Village on Saturday when Kathleen Thurston, 47, ran past the front desk, according to police. She was crying and shouting that she loved the acto.
The opening line of the book is “I sat in the back pew and watched the only woman I would ever love marry another man.”
In the Best Picture category, 25 percent of more than 27,000 riders predicted that Steven Spielberg’s historical drama “Lincoln” would take top honors, followed by Kathryn Bigelow’s chronicle of the hunt for Osama bin Laden “Zero Dark Thirty.”
David Steingard is the company’s CEO — and he joined us on The Couch to tell us why this java isn’t just another celebrity endorsement.