Watch Performances From the 2013 Tony Awards, Including Kinky Boots, Matilda, A Christmas Story, Cinderella and More

News   Watch Performances From the 2013 Tony Awards, Including Kinky Boots, Matilda, A Christmas Story, Cinderella and More
 
Last year's Tony Awards, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, featured performances that highlighted the entire 2012-13 Broadway season, including high-flying cheerleaders, "Revolting Children" from Matilda, A Christmas Story and Annie, fabulous drag queens and more. (The 68th Annual Tony Awards, hosted by Hugh Jackman, will air June 8 on CBS.)

Performances from the 67th Annual Tony Awards included a medley from Matilda, including "Revolting Children"; "It's All Happening" from Bring It On: The Musical; "In My Own Little Corner" and "Impossible" from Cinderella; a medley of hit songs from Motown; "It's the Hard Knock Life" and "Little Girls," featuring Jane Lynch, from Annie; "You'll Shoot Your Eye Out" from A Christmas Story, the Musical; a medley from Pippin; and "Everybody Say Yeah" from Kinky Boots.

Other performances at the 2013 ceremony included a spoof on Broadway stars taking to television, featuring Andrew Rannells, Megan Hilty and Laura Benanti; a reappearance from the previous season's big winner, Once; a look at The Rascals; "True Colors" from Tony winner Cyndi Lauper; and more.

Watch all these performances...

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The 2013 opening number:

Matilda the Musical medley:

"It's All Happening" from Bring It On: The Musical:

"In My Own Little Corner" and "Impossible" from Cinderella:

Motown medley:

"It's the Hard Knock Life" and "Little Girls" from Annie:

Neil Patrick Harris, Megan Hilty, Andrew Rannells and Laura Benanti sing about being on television:

The Rascals' performance:

"You'll Shoot Your Eye Out" from A Christmas Story, the Musical:

Pippin medley:

The Phantom of the Opera's performance, celebrating its 25th anniversary and introduced by Harold Prince:

The "In Memoriam" segment, featuring a performance of "True Colors" by Tony winner Cyndi Lauper:

"Everybody Say Yeah" from Kinky Boots:

Once's performance:

The closing number, featuring Harris and Audra McDonald:

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