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Actor Frank Langella offers unity to Orlando during Tony speech
02:32 — Frank Langella won "Best Leading Actor in a Play" at the Tony Awards. He used his time on the stage to urge those connected to the Orlando mass shooti (more…)
Tony Awards 2015: Bryan Cranston on the power of theater
00:40 — "Finding Neverland" producer Bryan Cranston talks about how theater connects the actor with the audience.
Big names line up for 2015 Tony Awards
00:58 — Broadway's biggest night is getting underway, honoring some of the biggest productions and stars on the Great White Way. Marlie Hall is outside Radio (more…)
Tony Awards Social Challenge
00:46 — Barrett needs your help in completely a social challenge for this years Tony Awards! Watch The Tony Awards, Sunday, June 8 at 8/7c only CBS!
Tony Awards - Diary of a Nominee: Joe DiPietro
03:46 — Memphis author and 2010 Tony nominee Joe DiPetro gives you an inside glance at a day in his life.
Tony Awards - Nominees Reactions: Joshua Henry
00:56 — 2014 Tony Nominee, Joshua Henry, reacts to hearing the news of his nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical! The To (more…)
Tony Awards - Nominees Reactions: James Houghton & Erika Mallin
02:40 — Recipients of this year's Regional Theatre Awards, James Houghton and Erika Mallin, of Signature Theatre. The Tony Awards air Sunday, June 8 at 8/7c o (more…)
Tony Awards - 3 Question with Kenny Leon
01:11 — Kenny Leon, 2010 Tony Award nominee answers 3 questions.

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  • Premiered: June 12, 2011
  • Rating: TV-PG
  • Premise: Neil Patrick Harris hosts the 65th annual celebration of Broadway's finest from New York's Beacon Theatre. Musicals "The Book of Mormon" and "The Scottsboro Boys" lead all shows with 14 and 12 nominations, respectively, followed by the revival of "Anything… (more)

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