The first group of performers have been announced for “The 69th Annual Tony Awards”
Four wonderful shows are up for the Tony Award for Best Original Score, here is a look at the shows up for this prestigious award.
71 years separate the youngest and oldest Tony Award nominees this year. Here’s a look at the two talented actresses and what brought them to the Great White Way.
Starring on Broadway has been a lifelong dream for Rockville Centre native Max Von Essen. Now he’s topping it with a Tony Award nomination.
Alex Sharp is making his Broadway Debut this year, and it just may be a debut performance that takes home the Tony for best Actor in a Play.
Beth Malone may not have a huge list of Broadway credits to her name, but her performance in “Fun Home” just may win her the Tony Award in 2015.
Cooper’s portrayal of the disfigured, curious and sensitive John Merrick in “The Elephant Man” has earned the actor his first Tony Award nomination.
Four very different plays are nominated for the 2015 Tony for Best Play. Which play will take home the coveted award this year?
Four new musicals are up for one of the biggest awards of the night. Which one will take home the coveted Tony Award for Best Musical?
Producers who have created the Tony Awards show for the past 12 years will be given a “clean slate” and a mandate to update the “Kennedy Center Honors,” marking a new direction for the CBS broadcast for the first time in nearly four decades.
There are so many new stars that have been honored in this year’s Tony Award nominations. Here is a quick look at five new Broadway stars that are brightly shining.
Two well-known and beloved Broadway stars team up to host this year’s Tony Awards. Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming prepare to host Broadway’s biggest night.
Her potrayal of a nonstop singing, dancing and silly Hollywood starlet in “On the Twentieth Century” has earned Chenoweth her third Tony nomination.
Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis announced the nominees from the Paramount Hotel in Times Square.
Broadway theaters plan to dim their marquee lights Friday night in memory of Geoffrey Holder, a Tony Award-winning director who led the groundbreaking show “The Wiz” to Broadway.