When Take Me Out won Best Revival of a Play at the 75th Annual Tony Awards, audiences may have noticed a quick flash of yellow in the hands of cast member Eduardo Ramos as television cameras swept across the joyous company on stage at Radio City Music Hall.
Playbill caught it, too.
That just happened to be a disposable camera Ramos had with him to capture not only the festivities of Tony night, but also some backstage moments during the closing weekend of Second Stage's Tony-winning production of the Richard Greenberg play.
Ramos—who appeared in the cast alongside Jesse Williams, Tony winner Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Patrick J. Adams, Julian Cihi, Hiram Delgado, Brandon J. Dirden, Carl Lundstedt, Ken Marks, Michael Oberholtzer, and Tyler Lansing Weaks—shared his shots with Playbill. Click through the gallery below for some behind-the-scenes looks at the weekend, including photos taken backstage and from the wings of the Helen Hayes Theater, on the Tonys silver carpet, and from both stages.
Take Me Out premiered on Broadway in 2003, winning the Best Play Tony Award. Second Stage's production was the play's first Broadway revival. It began previews March 10 and opened April 4 for a limited run through June 11. In addition to its Best Revival Tony, Jesse Tyler Ferguson was awarded the Best Featured Actor Tony for his performance.