#Tony Awards 2021

2021 Tony Awards: Complete list of winners and nominees

The 74th Tony Awards were held Sunday night, honoring the best achievements of the 2019-2020 Broadway season. The ceremony was originally scheduled for June 7, 2020, but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which shuttered Broadway for a year and a half. The show employed a unique format, beginning...
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Aaron Tveit Gets Emotional While Accepting the 1st Tony Award of His Career: ‘So Privileged’

History in the making! Aaron Tveit‘s big win at the 2021 Tony Awards was unprecedented — and a long time coming. The 37-year-old Gossip Girl alum was the only nominee in the running for Best Leading Actor in a Musical on Sunday, September 26, but still had to get at least 60 percent of Tony voters’ decisions. The team had the option to vote for Tveit or vote for no one to win the award in the category.
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Chrissy Teigen takes the plunge, plus more Tony Awards fashion hits and misses

It might be 2021, but the Tony Awards are throwing it back to 2020! The delayed June 2020 ceremony for the 74th Tonys — which was pushed back after Broadway closed due to the coronavirus pandemic — finally took place on Sept. 26, 2021, and it brought plenty of unique fashion to the red carpet, both questionable and killer. is rounding up the best and worst looks, starting with Chrissy Teigen and John Legend… The model and cookbook author oozed glamour on Tonys night, but there's a reason we can only show you her sparkling silver-and-pink Ulyana Sergeenko gown from this angle: As Chrissy posed on the red carpet with John — who looked handsome and dapper, as always, in a classic black tux — her incredibly low-cut and revealing bodice exposed so much flesh that the crystal pasties she was wearing on her chest became visible. Chrissy leaned into her overtly sexy look, captioning a video on Instagram, "broaDDway, hunny!!!!"

Mary-Louise Parker Hails The “Collective Commonality” In Tony Awards Crowd As Theater World Reacts “En Masse” To Recovery

Mary-Louise Parker, a Tony winner for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play, offered a sense in a backstage interview of what it felt like to attend tonight’s show. “It’s really amazing,” Parker told press in a brief interview streamed to press covering the show. “On the one hand, it sort of feels like you’re back at the Tony Awards. But there is definitely something different about it because every time someone says something poignant or personal, you can hear everyone respond en masse. It’s like there’s this collective commonality that I don’t think I’ve ever experienced in a...

Tony Awards 2021 Live Stream: Watch Online Without Cable

Looking to live stream Tony Awards 2021 without cable? You are in the right place. We have some great options to watch the Tony Awards online for free and cheap. Tony Awards 2021: When, Where and How To Watch Without Cable. Date/Time: Sunday, September 26, 2021 at 7 pm EST...

Tony Awards mystery solved: How did Tom Hiddleston (‘Betrayal’) lose?

Heading into Sunday night’s Tony Awards, Tom Hiddleston looked like a lock for the Best Actor in a Play award. The Emmy-nominated actor and star of Marvel movies and the “Loki” series on Disney+ led our odds for his acclaimed Broadway debut in a revival of Harold Pinter’s “Betrayal.” But he was bested by Andrew Burnap, who won for the two-part epic “The Inheritance.” How did Burnap, also a Broadway newcomer, pull off this upset? The answer may lie in the 2013 Best Actor race, which pitted movie star and two-time Oscar-winner Tom Hanks against Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and actor Tracy...

Tonys: Predicting the Play Winners Using Math

Seemingly no aspect of entertainment – or life, for that matter – has gone untouched by this pandemic. We’ve found new and creative ways to keep ourselves entertained these past 18 months, but many of the old ways endured some tough times that they’re still struggling to reemerge from. Very few types of entertainment were as affected as live theater. The very word “live” shows just how hard it is to fully recreate the experience in an era of social distancing. Now, at long last, the lights of Broadway are turning back on, to the delight of the vaccinated and masked...