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PlayBlog A Look at the Nominated Musical Performances from the 2011 Tony Awards (Video) The 65th annual Tony Awards featured numerous performances this year from both nominated musicals and revivals, as well as other productions not up for Tony Awards, and even a musical still in previews—Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark.

In case you missed the nominees perform their big numbers, Playbill.com has each performance here.

How to Succeed in Business kicked off the night with the show's star, Daniel Radcliffe, leading the cast in a performance of "Brotherhood of Man." The Scottsboro Boys reunited to perform "Commencing in Chattanooga" and "Go Back Home" for the first time since closing in December 2010. Other performances featured the Tony-nominated stars leading their companies, such as Norbert Leo Butz performing with the cast of Catch Me If You Can in "Don't Break the Rules"; Andrew Rannells performing "I Believe" from The Book of Mormon; Patina Miller leading the Sister Act cast in "Raise Your Voice"; and Sutton Foster with the Anything Goes cast performing the show's title number.

Watch Tony winners Butz and Foster bring down the house at the Beacon Theatre, a Scottsboro reunion, and catch a glimpse from the top Tony-winning show, The Book of Mormon.

To watch How to Succeed… Perform "Brotherhood of Man," look below:

To watch The Scottsboro Boys perform "Commencing in Chattanooga" and "Go Back Home," look below:

To watch Butz perform "Don't Break the Rules," look below:

To watch Rannells perform "I Believe," look below:

To watch the cast of Sister Act perform "Raise Your Voice," look below:

To watch the cast of Anything Goes perform the title number, look below:

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