Broadway Crosses Its Fingers and Holds Its Heart for Tuesday's Tony Nominations

News   Broadway Crosses Its Fingers and Holds Its Heart for Tuesday's Tony Nominations
 
Tony winner Mary-Louise Parker and Emmy and Golden Globe winner Bruce Willis, who will make his Broadway debut in the upcoming play Misery, will announce the nominees for the 69th Annual Tony Awards April 28 at 8:30 AM ET.

The announcement will take place at the Diamond Horseshoe at the Paramount Hotel in midtown Manhattan. Parker and Willis will reveal the recipients of nominations in each of the 24 competitive categories.

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Productions that opened during the 2014-15 Broadway season on or before the April 23 cut-off date are eligible for Tony Awards.

Playbill.com will carry a live feed of the nominations on this website starting shortly before 8:30 AM. The feed will be hosted on TonyAwards.com as well. Playbill.com will post the complete list of nominations as soon as they are available.

Here is a list of musicals that opened during the 2014-2015 Broadway season and are eligible for nominations.

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The 69th Annual Tony Awards, presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, will be broadcast live on CBS June 7 from Radio City Music Hall beginning at 8 PM ET.

A limited number of tickets to The Tony Awards will be placed on sale at 8:30 AM Tuesday, when the nominations are announced.

Several special awards and lifetime achievement awards have already been given:

Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre: Tommy Tune.

Special Tony Award: John Cameron Mitchell.

Regional Theatre Tony Award: Cleveland Play House, Cleveland, OH.

Isabelle Stevenson Tony Award: Stephen Schwartz.

Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre: Arnold Abramson, Adrian Bryan-Brown, Gene O’Donovan.

Lastly, here is a roundup of how this year's shows have done in other theatre award nominations.

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