The stars were dressed to the nines last night for the 75th Annual Tony Awards! The two-part, four-hour award ceremony, celebrating the 2021-2022 Broadway season, was presented June 12 at New York City's Radio City Music Hall.
The first act was hosted by Emmy winners Darren Criss and Julianne Hough, who kicked off the evening at with an hour of exclusive content streaming live on Paramount+. The American Buffalo star hit the
red grey carpet with his wife, Mia Swier. The two recently welcomed their first child.
Co-host Hough, who is currently starring in Broadway's POTUS: Or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive, walked the red carpet in a jeweled black gown before changing into several outfits throughout the ceremony.
The main ceremony was hosted by Oscar winner Ariana DeBose, who kicked off the broadcast event with a show-stopping opening number "This Is Your Round of Applause" which referenced 30 musicals throughout theatre history.
Michael R. Jackson, whose musical A Strange Loop was the most-nominated of the season (with 11 nominations), walked the red carpet before taking home two prizes: the coveted Best Musical Tony Award and Best Book of a Musical.
Stage and screen stars Andrew Garfield and Gaten Matarazzo also made red carpet appearances at the extravagant event as they were among for the presenters for the ceremony. Tony winner Garfield's stage credits include playing Prior Walter in Angels in America and Biff Loman in Death of a Salesman; he also starred in Lin-Manuel Miranda's movie adaptation of Tick, Tick... Boom!.
Matarazzo, who plays dorky teen Dustin Henderson in Netflix's Stranger Things, was last seen on the Broadway stage as Gavroche in Les Misérables. He is returning to the Great White Way to play Jared in Dear Evan Hansen during its final stretch.
The original Broadway cast of Spring Awakening also walked the red carpet ahead of their highly-anticipated 15-year reunion performance during the main ceremony. Lead actors (and Broadway besties) Jonathan Groff and Lea Michele packed on the PDA for photographers.
Saving the best for last! Three-time Tony winner Patti LuPone made a star appearance ahead of her win for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical for her reprisal of Joanne in the third Broadway revival of Company.
Check out the red carpet looks from nominees, presenters, and more in the gallery below.