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BLAKE ROSS, Playbill Magazine Editor
Audra McDonald's bad-ass mic drop. No explanation needed.
Billy Porter's acceptance speech: Billy has defined the phrase "paying your dues," and I think many in the theatre community were pushing for his win as evident by the standing ovation he received upon his win. His speech was particularly moving when referencing his mother and her "willingness to embrace that which you don't understand with unconditional love is a template that the world could benefit from employing."
Cyndi Lauper: She just all-around rocked the Tonys this year. From her feat as the first female songwriter to win a Tony for both music and lyrics to her sincere tears when they announced her name as a nominee to her stunning rendition of "True Colors" during the In Memoriam section—she stole the show.
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