Hit the lights, turn up the volume, cue the actors -- anddddd perfect.
This year, "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder" led the Tony Award nominations, collecting 10 nods, including best musical. Joining Robert L. Freedman and Steven Lutvak's death-happy comedy are Carole King's "Beautiful," Disney juggernaut "Aladdin" and the Harlem-era hit "After Midnight."
The Times’ theater critic Charles McNulty predicts that “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder” will win best musical, though there’s a likelihood that “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” could pull off the upset.
On the best play side of things, McNulty says the safe money is on Robert Schenkkan’s political drama “All the Way,” starring
Is it feeling a bit Hollywood in here, or is it just us? It may be just us. Consult our Hollywood stars on stage photo gallery for a look-see. And remember, we haven’t even mentioned
All this uncertainty making you nervous? If there’s one certainty, it’s the evening’s host. Tony Award winner Hugh Jackman will be at the helm, his fourth time as emcee. Add to that
Of course, that’s not it. The bill will also see a 10th anniversary celebration of “