Tony Awards

Tony Awards : The 2019 Tony Awards will air Sunday, June 9 on CBS live from Radio City Music Hall in New York, with Tony winner James Corden handling host duties. The three-hour show will air live on the East Coast and be delayed to 8 PM PT on the West Coast.

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CBS will also stream the show live in select markets on its CBS All Access subscription service (a free one-week trial is available). The network is also available on SVOD services including Hulu, YouTube TV, DirecTV Now and PlayStation Vue; all require a subscription.

It’s Broadway’s biggest night of the year: the 73rd Annual Tony Awards air on CBS June 9 beginning at 8 PM ET. Tony winner James Corden hosts the three-hour event; the star of CBS’ The Late Late Show first emceed the ceremony in 2016.

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Presented by the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, the Tony Awards honor theatre professionals for distinguished achievement on Broadway.

There are also some “firsts” at this year’s awards: The first nominee in a wheelchair, and the first african-american man to be nominated for two separate acting awards in the same season.

The original musical “Hadestown” has 14 nominations, the most out of any other nominated for this years awards.

But there was a lot of good theater, from the British import “The Ferryman” to the hell-raising journey of “Hadestown.” And let’s not forget the incredible production of Harper Lee’s classic “To Kill a Mockingbird” and the truly wonderful revival of “Arthur Miller’s All My Sons.”

Then there was the heartfelt, fun and all-too-relevant “The Prom,” and the excitement of watching the rise of “Be More Chill,” which began in 2015 at Red Bank’s Two River Theater.

The nominees for Best Musical include stage productions based on movies, as well as a legendary singing group.

But the show with the most nominations is a modern day take on Greek mythology.

CBS2’s Dick Brennan takes a look at the creative process to get to Broadway.

On Sunday night, the biggest names in Broadway will gather at Radio City Music Hall in midtown Manhattan for the 2019 Tony Awards. The nominated stars in this year’s crop of productions-including Adam Driver, Bryan Cranston, Derrick Baskin, and Annette Bening-will all hopefully be in attendance, and host James Corden will keep viewers entertained with inside jokes only an avid theater buff will understand.

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