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  • BamaEd
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    So they put the Tony Awards right up against Miss USA? Not cool CBS and NBC.

    Not cool to NBC not CBS. Tonys have been on this date for years now. 

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    Now for some reason, Jennifer Hudson will be doing the performance from Finding Neverland.

    Now wait, but Jennifer Hudson is a Broadway star. Oh wait, scratch that. But she’s performed on Broadway, nope wait, again. OK well she’s had a string of hit movies. Nope, again, hold off on that.

    Yeah, people know who she is and can sing. I guess that’s why? 

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    I’d like to think J-HUD is there tonight for three reasons: a possible future Broadway run (yay! but don’t have it be “Dreamgirls”); she’s played a Tony-winning actress on television before (lol); she won’t let Fantasia have even a moment in the spotlight to herself (still bitter I guess, j/k; they’re close in real-life, and either way, I think we know now and forever who ended up with the better deal there).

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    I’d like to think J-HUD is there tonight for three reasons: a possible future Broadway run (yay! but don’t have it be “Dreamgirls”); she’s played a Tony-winning actress on television before (lol); she won’t let Fantasia have even a moment in the spotlight to herself (still bitter I guess, j/k; they’re close in real-life, and either way, I think we know now and forever who ended up with the better deal there).

    1. Only if it’s in an all-singing role. Great voice, but when it comes to acting, well, (in my opinion) bless her heart haha
    2. Bahahaha
    3. Muahahahaha

    In other words, I love this post 🙂  

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    Atypical
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    Tech winners arriving shortly!

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    BamaEd
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    And to get folks in the mood, BuzzFeed posted a list of the top Tony performances since 1967 (that are also on the YouTubes). Not a bad list and #1 of course is still spine-tingling. I do wish Sara Ramirez doing Find Your Grail was on there too, but, oh well, you can’t always get what you want 🙂

    Enjoy : http://www.buzzfeed.com/tommywes/epic-tony-performances 

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    Use this thread to discuss the ceremony, winners, and everything else Sunday night.

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    I was about to change my predictions, but the prediction center’s closed. Probably smart, because I always second-guess myself.

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    Best Scenic Design of a Musical

    WINNER: Christopher Barreca, Rocky
     

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    Best Sound Design of a Play WINNER: Steve Canyon Kennedy, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill
     

    Best Sound Design of a Musical WINNER: Brian Ronan, Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

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    BamaEd
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    Are the pre-show awards online? I see the winners on Twitter & Broadway World, but I went to the Tonys site earlier and didn’t see a link. Looks like several have been handed out so far.

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    Best Orchestrations WINNER Jason Robert Brown, The Bridges of Madison County

    Best Scenic Design of a Play WINNER: Beowolf Boritt, Act One

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    Best Featured Actor in a Play WINNER: Mark Rylance, Twelth Night

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    Mark Rylance! 1/1

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    The Tonys has such a hard on for Mark Rylance.

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