The profane and hysterical “The Book of Mormon” won big at the Tony Awards, snagging honors Sunday for best book, best musical, best direction of a musical, best featured actress and technical awards.
The official tongue-in-cheek slogan for “The Book of Mormon” claims that it is “God’s Favorite Musical.” Producers of the show are hopeful the Broadway community agrees.
Tony nominees are being told if they win Sunday night, they’ll have 90 seconds to offer up an acceptance. And that includes the time it takes to get from seat to stage.
Edie Falco, Ellen Barkin, Nina Arianda or Frances McDormand?
Producers said Tuesday they’ll be moving the show off-Broadway to New World Stages on 50th Street in July after more than a year performing at the Nederlander Theatre.
No Robin Williams? How about John Leguizamo? These are just some of the personable stars of Broadway shows neither nominated for Tony Awards nor presenting at the ceremony.
Mr. Rylance is at times not well-supported by his supporting players, some of whom crossed the Atlantic to reprise this London production.
Nikki M. James isn’t about to let the fact that she grew up idolizing Patti LuPone stop her from trying to beat the Broadway icon at the Tony Awards.
The profane show “The Book of Mormon” snagged five Drama Desk Awards on Monday night making it the musical to beat.
Tony Awards host Neil Patrick Harris will have some big-name help on theater’s big night.
Drug addiction, religion, the Iraq war, class warfare and marital sacrifice, it’s been a grim season on Broadway. But not for the playwrights.
It’s a pretty good barometer of Tony voting: The Outer Critics Circle Awards.
This time, the ceremony honoring the best on Broadway will be at the Beacon Theater after several years at Radio City Music Hall.
A funny thing happened on the way to the Tony nominations this year: Several guys known for being funny were not nominated.
Why Frances McDormand should take the winning statue.