Ready for the Tony Awards? Whether you haven’t but caught up with “Beetlejuice,” are livid over that “To Kill a Mockingbird” snub, or lengthy for an old school “Oklahoma!,” there’ll be loads of leisure — and many to argue about — on Sunday night time.
Here are the fundamentals, together with scads of background data to aid you fill out your Tony poll — or not less than sound like you already know what you’re speaking about on Twitter.
Among these slated to seem at the Radio City Music Hall ceremony: the pop singers Cher, Josh Groban and David Byrne; the movie and tv stars Tina Fey, Danai Gurira and Jake Gyllenhaal; and theater favorites Kristin Chenoweth and Audra McDonald.
Here’s the full list of Tony nominees, which incorporates Bryan Cranston, Adam Driver and Annette Bening.
Some 831 Tony voters select the winners. To be eligible, the reveals should have opened between May 28, 2018 and May 26, 2019 in one in all the 41 Broadway theaters situated in and round midtown Manhattan.
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Look at and hear to the nominees.
Soon after the Tony nominations have been introduced, the Times organized a dwell occasion that includes particular performances from seven nominated reveals, together with “The Prom,” “The Cher Show” and “Ain’t Too Proud — The Life and Times of the Temptations.” You can watch the videos here.
Read these 5 tales about different nominees.
1. Heidi Schreck talks about “What the Constitution Means To Me” and the Founding Fathers.
2. We profiled Santino Fontana, who stars in “Tootsie.”
three. He hasn’t had a time without work in weeks. Jeremy Pope is a uncommon double nominee for performing.
four. We sat down in London with Bertie Carvel, who performs Rupert Murdoch in “Ink.”
5. How the director Daniel Fish introduced an experimental sensibility to “Oklahoma!”
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