Just as the Baseball season ends with its World Series and Football has its Super Bowl, the official Broadway season ends with a bang as some of the theater community’s best and brightest take home one of its highest honors: The Tony Award. While the ceremony promises many surprises (including new hosts Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles), there are some things we definitely anticipate seeing during this year’s ceremony:
- Plenty of love for Tina Fey’s Broadway musical adaptation of her coming-of-age hit, Mean Girls (pictured).
- Recognition for the stirring import of Angels in America starring Andrew Garfield and Nathan Lane.
- No love (yet) for the anniversary revival of Boys in the Band, which opens too late to be eligible for this year’s awards.
- A bevy of other famous faces from this season’s productions, such as Meteor Shower’s Amy Schumer, Children of A Lesser God’s Joshua Jackson, Tony Shaloub of The Band’s Visit, Lauren Ambrose of My Fair Lady and many more.
As for who will be taking home a trophy, you’ll have to tune in to CBS on June 10th to find out. tonyawards.com
Last modified: June 4, 2018