Live coverage of the 2011 Tony Awards


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The Tony Awards, Broadway’s biggest night of celebration and self-congratulation, will take place Sunday at the Beacon Theatre in New York. CBS will air the ceremony at 8 p.m., with a delay for the West Coast.

We’ll be providing full coverage of the awards, with live reporting from our sister blog Awards Tracker beginning around 4 p.m. PT. We’ll also have photos and a report from the red carpet on Ministry of Gossip. And Times arts and entertainment editor Lisa Fung and New York arts correspondents Patrick Pacheco and James C. Taylor will be providing commentary on the evening’s event on The Envelope starting at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT.


This year’s ceremony will be hosted by Neil Patrick Harris. Here’s a list of Tony nominees. We also have an interactive Tonys ballot so you can share your picks with your friends. And if you need additional help, here’s an interactive Cheat Sheet.

You can find more photos, features and additional Tonys coverage here.


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Photo credit (top): American Theatre Wing


Nikki M. James and Josh Gad in ‘The Book of Mormon’ at Eugene O’Neill Theatre. Credit: Joan Marcus