In one of the biggest upsets in Tony history, Broadway's little puppet show that could, Avenue Q, was named Best Musical of the year at Sunday's 58th annual ceremony. That honor was widely expected to go to the Wizard of Oz riff Wicked, which entered the ceremony with 10 nominations but left with just three wins. Q also picked up awards for Best Score and Best Book of a Musical. The rest of the evening went down as predicted, with Best Play going to I Am My Own Wife, Hugh Jackman winning Best Actor in a Musical for The Boy from Oz and Assassins scoring Best Musical Revival kudos. And history was made when Clair Olivia Hanks Huxtable became the first black woman to win for Lead Actress in a Play for Raisin in the Sun.
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