The following performers are also attending: Clyde Alves, Dylan Baker, James Barbour, Sierra Boggess, Brandy, Steel Burkhardt, Mary Callanan, Lilli Cooper, Corey Cott, Jason Danieley, Jeanna De Waal, Alison Ewing, K. Todd Freeman, Brian Gonzales, Lisa Howard, James Monroe Iglehart, Adam Jacobs, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Andy Karl, Laura Michelle Kelly, Chilina Kennedy, T.R. Knight, Jeff Kready, Brennyn Lark, Lydia Leonard, Judy McLane, Ben Miles, Zell Steele Morrow, James Moye, Nathaniel Parker, Angelo Soriano, Julie White, Oscar Williams and Rufus Wright.
The two-hour concert features performances from 20-plus shows that opened in the current Broadway season as well as songs from long-running productions, accompanied by a 12-piece orchestra.
Make sure to follow us on social media for all of our awards season coverage. The 2015 Tony Awards--hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming--will be broadcast on Sunday, June 7, 2015 (8-11 PM ET/PT time delay) on CBS, live from Radio City Music Hall in NYC. For information, photos, videos, and more, go to TonyAwards.com.
The Shubert Alley event runs 10:30 AM-12:30 PM in Shubert Alley, between Broadway and Eighth Avenue and 44th and 45th Streets. Tony winner Iglehart is reporting from the concert via social media and can be followed on Twitter via @jamesmiglehart and on instagram via @jmiglehart.
Make sure to follow us on social media for all of our awards season coverage. The 2015 Tony Awards — hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming — will be broadcast on June 7 (8-11 PM ET/PT time delay) on CBS, live from Radio City Music Hall in NYC. For information, photos, videos and more, go to www.TonyAwards.com. The participating musicals include Aladdin, An American in Paris, Beautiful - The Carole King Musical, Chicago, Finding Neverland, Fun Home, Gigi, It Shoulda Been You, Kinky Boots, Les Miserables, The Lion King, Matilda the Musical, Mamma Mia!, On the Town, On the Twentieth Century, The Phantom of the Opera, Something Rotten! The Visit and Wicked. Additional appearances from the following Broadway plays are also featured: Airline Highway, The Audience, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder, Hand to God, It's Only a Play and Wolf Hall Parts One & Two.
Stars in the Alley information can be found at Broadway.org.
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