Revisit Performances From the 2019 Tony–Nominated Musicals

Tony Awards   Revisit Performances From the 2019 Tony–Nominated Musicals
 
Catch up on talk show appearances and music videos from the seven shows nominated for Best Musical and Best Revival of a Musical before the Tony Awards June 9.
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With Sunday’s Tony Awards ceremony just around the corner, it’s time to brush up on this year’s nominated musicals.

From the wind-swept plains of Oklahoma to the bustling New York theatre scene to the underworld, there was plenty of musical variety this season. Watch videos from the seven shows nominated in the Best Musical and Best Revival of a Musical category below.

For more content to enjoy before the CBS Broadcast on June 9, visit our Tony's hub. In addition to interviews, videos and features, you can learn how to watch the Tony awards, whom to follow on social media, and print your ballot.

On The Today Show, the sounds of Motown cascaded over Rockefeller Center when the cast of Ain’t Too Proud - The Life and Times of the Temptations performed a medley of "The Way You Do The Things You Do" and "Ain’t Too Proud to Beg."


Also taking over the NBC morning show was Tony nominee Alex Brightman and the cast of Beetlejuice with the opening number “The Whole Being Dead Thing."


The Tony-nominated cast members of Hadestown Eva Noblezada, Amber Gray, André De Shields and Reeve Carney and the ensemble dropped by CBS This Morning to belt out "Wait For Me (Reprise)."

Kiss Me, Kate might have bowed way back in 1949, winning the first-ever Tony for Best Musical, but as viewers can see in this tap-dancing The Today Show appearance, the show hasn’t lost any of its muster.


The only other revival to hit the Great White Way this season was Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!, which released a sultry music video to “People Will Say We’re in Love.”

The ladies of The View are obsessed with The Prom after seeing it at the Longacre Theatre earlier this year. Watch the teens from Edgewater, Indiana, sing the promposal anthem “You Happened."


Viewers curious to see how quickly Santino Fontana can change costumes as Michael into Dorothy can watch him and the cast of Tootsie perform the Act 1 closer “Unstoppable.”

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