Playbill’s Guide to Complete Coverage of the 71st Annual Tony Awards Beginning with our red carpet live-stream, we’ll have the latest on the winners and their reactions, as well as celebrity photos, and coverage of unforgettable moments from the Tony…
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How Many Tonys Did the Most Nominated Shows Actually Win? Test your Broadway knowledge.
27 Broadway Shows of the Season Recreated With Legos Broadway Bricks’ Jacks Abrams transforms ordinary Legos into Broadway shows.
Look Back at Over 60 Years of Tony Awards From Pearl Bailey posing with Jerry Herman to Frank Langella carrying Isabelle Stevenson and more, peek at our favorite Tony moments from 1952 to 2016.
25 DAYS OF TONYS: Why Oslo Is a True Ensemble Piece Tony nominees Jefferson Mays, Jennifer Ehle, Bartlett Sher, and J.T. Rogers talk about the Tony nominee for Best Play.
19 Times the Tonys Awarded ‘Couples’ It’s a rare occasion when both of a show’s leading performers win Tony Awards and it’s only happened 19 times in history.
Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: June 10
How Harvey Fierstein’s Torch Song Became the Trilogy This 1982 interview offers a rare glimpse of Fierstein on the verge of stardom, as he gets personal about his successes, vulnerabilities, and more before he became a symbol of Broadway.
Remembering the Great Roles of Judy Garland The iconic entertainer was born June 10, 1922.
Angels in America Opera Begins in New York June 10 The production concludes New York City Opera's 2016–2017 season.
Philip Murphy’s Election Day of Selfies, Door Knocks and a Victory Speech Before he accepted the Democratic nomination for governor, Mr. Murphy made several (punctual) stops throughout New Jersey to canvass and talk with supporters.
West Point Band at 200: From Fife and Drums to Live Streaming The West Point Band formed in 1817 and has been playing the soundtrack to the cadets’ experience ever since, with 1,600 gigs a year.
As Democrats Regroup, Spotlight Turns to New Jersey Governor’s Race Philip D. Murphy, now the Democratic nominee for governor, has had the support of national political figures, including former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr., who stumped for him.
Top Uniformed Rikers Officer Steps Down Early The move means that during the summer, when violence typically peaks, the New York City jails agency’s top two officials will still be settling into their jobs.
Las Vegas Man Accused of Death Threats to Lawyers Suing Fox News The police said that Joseph D. Amico, 46, was infuriated by a lawsuit filed by 11 black employees at Fox News saying the network had ignored complaints about…