May 06, 2015

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2011 Tony Awards Preview: Best Actress in a Musical

Four-time nominee and 2002 Tony winner for Best Actress in a Musical Sutton Foster gets the nod once again, this time for her performance as Reno Sweeney in Cole Porter's Anything Goes, while 2006 winner for Best Featured Actress in a Musical, Beth Leavel, is recognized for her role as 1960s music mogul Florence Greenberg in Baby It's You! Rounding out the category is two-time Tony winner for Best Actress in a Musical Donna Murphy, who plays older and younger versions of the same character in The People in the Picture; while newcomer Patina Miller makes her Broadway debut as nightclub songstress-on-the-lam Deloris Van Cartier in Sister Act. To see photos of the nominees, click here.




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