Congratulations to Wayman Wong (Talkin’ Broadway) for topping all Experts in predicting the 2022 Tony Awards winners on Sunday. He has an excellent score of 73.08% (19 out of 26 categories correct) in besting nine journalists who cover the entertainment industry throughout the year. See Experts’ scores.
Almost 1,000 people worldwide predicted these Broadway champs for 26 categories announced in the New York ceremony hosted by Ariana DeBose. Our top scorer got all the winners right for Best Musical (“A Strange Loop”), Best Play (“The Lehman Trilogy”), Best Musical Revival (“Company”) and Best Play Revival (“Take Me Out”).
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For the other eight Experts predicting, Brian Lipton (Cititour) is in second place at 69.23%. Tied at 65.38% are David Sheward (Cultural Weekly) and Peter Travers (ABC). We then have a three-way tie at 53.8% for Andy Humm (Gay USA), Michael Musto (Queerty) and Jan Simpson (Broadway and Me). Susan Haskins-Doloff (Theater Talk) is next at 46.15%. David Gordon (Theatermania) only completed 15 categories for 46.67%.
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