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TONY AWARDS 2 DVD 2018 CRYSTAL ---ROBERT DENIRO F/U TRUMP SHOW
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TONY AWARDS 2 DVD 2014 crystal picture - The 2014 Tony Awards did not disappoint, as history was set with Audra McDonald winning her sixth award -- the most for any actor ever, surpassing the iconic Angela Lansbury, who has won five. - It was also a big night for Neil Patrick Harris and Bryan Cranston, who took home awards for their work in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" and "All the Way," respectively.
TONY AWARDS 2 DVD 2013 The 67th Annual Tony Awards were held June 9, 2013, to recognize achievement in Broadway productions during the 2012–13 season. The ceremony returned to Radio City Music Hall in New York City, after two years at Beacon Theatre, and was broadcast live on CBS televisionNeil Patrick Harris hosted for the third consecutive year, his fourth time as host. Awards in four of the eight acting categories, (Best Actress in a Play, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Actress in a Musical, Best Featured Actor in a Play) were given to African-American performers. Furthermore, it is the second time in Tony history that both directing prizes went to women. Garry Hynes and Julie Taymor had previously won in 1998. Kinky Boots had a season best 13 nominations and 6 awards.Cyndi Lauper, who wrote the score for Kinky Boots, is the first solo female winner for Best Original Score.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2011 The 65th Annual Tony Awards was held on June 12, 2011 to recognize achievement in Broadway productions during the 2010–2011 season. They were held at the Beacon Theatre, ending a fourteen-year tradition of holding the ceremony at Radio City Music Hall. The Awards ceremony was broadcast live on CBS and was hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2010 The 64th Annual Tony Awards took place on Sunday, June 13, 2010, held again at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The host was Sean Hayes. These awards recognize Broadway productions during the 2009–2010 season. The cut off-date for Tony eligibility was April 29, 2010, and the nominations were announced on May 4.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2009 The 63rd Annual Tony Awards, which recognized Broadway productions of the 2008-2009 season, were presented on June 7, 2009 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The ceremony was broadcast by CBS, with Neil Patrick Harris as host.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2008 The 62nd Tony Awards ceremony was held on June 15, 2008. The Antoinette Perry Awards for Excellence in Theatre, more commonly known as the Tony Awards, recognize achievement in live American theatre. CBS television broadcast the event from Radio City Music Hall in New York City as it has since the 51st Awards ceremony in 1997. The event recognized Broadway productions playing during the 2007 – 2008 season and was hosted by Whoopi Goldberg
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2007 The 61st Annual Tony Awards were held on June 10, 2007 at Radio City Music Hall, with CBS television broadcasting the ceremony live. As at the 2006 Tony awards, there was no host and the show was emceed by the presenters.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2006 The 60th Annual Tony Awards took place at Radio City Music Hall on June 11, 2006. The award ceremony was broadcast live on the CBS television network in the United States. The 2006 Tony Awards did not feature a host, but instead over 60 stars presented awards at the ceremony
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2005 The 59th Annual Tony Awards ceremony was held on June 5, 2005 at Radio City Music Hall and broadcast by CBS television. Hugh Jackman hosted for the third time in a row.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2004 The 58th Annual Tony Awards were held June 6, 2004 at Radio City Music Hall and broadcast on CBS television. Hugh Jackman was the host.Jackman performed the opening number, "One Night Only" with the "Dynamites" from Hairspray, the "Radio" from Caroline, or Change, and the "Urchins" from Little Shop of Horrors, along with members of the casts of Avenue Q, The Boy from Oz, Fiddler on the Roof, Wonderful Town, and Wicked, and the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes.Tony Bennett performed "Lullaby of Broadway" and Mary J. Blige sang "What I Did for Love" from the Tony Awards Songbook.Presenters were: Carol Channing, Sean Combs, Taye Diggs, Edie Falco, Jimmy Fallon, Harvey Fierstein, Victor Garber, Joel Grey, Ethan Hawke, Anne Heche, Billy Joel, Scarlett Johansson, Nicole Kidman, Jane Krakowski, Peter Krause, Swoosie Kurtz, LL Cool J, Nathan Lane, Laura Linney, John Lithgow, Rob Marshall, Anne Meara, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Dame Helen Mirren, Sarah Jessica Parker, Anna Paquin, Bernadette Peters, Phylicia Rashad, Chita Rivera, John Rubenstein, Carole Bayer Sager, Martin Short, Patrick Stewart, Jerry Stiller, Sigourney Weaver, Marissa Jaret Winokur, and Renee Zellweger. Shows that performed were: New Musicals Avenue Q The company performed "It Sucks to Be Me" The Boy from Oz - Hugh Jackman and members of the company performed "Not the Boy Next Door", with a special appearance by Sarah Jessica Parker Caroline, or Change Tonya Pinkins performed "Lot's Wife" Wicked Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth and members of the company performed "Defying Gravity" Revivals Assassins Members of the company performed "Everybody's Got the Right" Fiddler on the Roof Alfred Molina and company performed "Tradition"/"Bottle Dance" Wonderful Town Donna Murphy and members of the company performed "Swing!"
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2003 The 57th Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS television from Radio City Music Hall on June 8, 2003. The event was hosted for the first time by Hugh Jackman.Presenters included: Benjamin Bratt, Toni Braxton, Matthew Broderick, Alan Cumming, Edie Falco, Joey Fatone, Laurence Fishburne, Sutton Foster, Danny Glover, Melanie Griffith, Frank Langella, John Leguizamo, John Lithgow, Julianna Margulies, Bebe Neuwirth, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rosie Perez, Lynn Redgrave, Vanessa Redgrave, Christopher Reeve, Ann Reinking, John Spencer, Marisa Tomei, Mike Wallace, and Barbara Walters. In addition, Jason Alexander and Martin Short, the stars of the national company of The Producers, presented an award from the stage of Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.There were memorial tributes to cartoonist Al Hirschfeld, writer Peter Stone, and lyricist Adolph Green.Shows that performed were:New Musicals Movin' Out: Billy Joel opened by performing "New York State of Mind" live from Times Square, leading to a medley of "River of Dreams", "Keep the Faith" and "Only the Good Die Young" performed by the company of Movin' Out on stage at Radio City Music Hall. Hairspray--Harvey Fierstein, Matthew Morrison and Marissa Jaret Winokur led the company with "You Can't Stop the Beat" A Year with Frog and Toad--Mark Linn-Baker and Jay Goede performed "Alone" Revivals Nine--Antonio Banderas performed "Guido's Song" with the company La bohème--The company (including all 10 members of the principal ensemble) performed a medley from the opera Gypsy--Bernadette Peters performed "Rose's Turn" Man of La Mancha--Brian Stokes Mitchell performed "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)" with Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2002 he 56th Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS from Radio City Music Hall on June 2, 2002; "The First Ten" awards ceremony was telecast on PBS television . The event was co-hosted by Bernadette Peters and Gregory Hines. The show opened with a tribute to Richard Rodgers, featuring a medley of his songs performed by Marvin Hamlisch, Harry Connick Jr, Michele Lee, Mos Def, Lea Salonga, Peter Gallagher, John Raitt, Bernadette Peters, Gregory Hines, and the company of Oklahoma! A Broadway/New York song medley was performed by Bernadette Peters and Gregory Hines.Musicals represented were: Into the Woods, Mamma Mia!, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Sweet Smell of Success, Urinetown The Musical, and Oklahoma!.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2001 he 55th Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS from Radio City Music Hall on June 3, 2001; "The First Ten" awards ceremony was telecast on PBS television . The event was co-hosted by Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick. Presenters: Joan Allen, Dick Cavett, Kristin Chenoweth, Glenn Close, Dame Edna, Edie Falco, Kathleen Freeman, Gina Gershon, Heather Headley, Cherry Jones, Jane Krakowski, Mark Kudisch, Eric McCormack, Audra McDonald, Reba McEntire, Donna McKechnie, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Gwynneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker, Bernadette Peters, Natasha Richardson, Doris Roberts, Gary Sinise, Lily Tomlin, Henry Winkler, and three "Broadway Babies" (Meredith Patterson, Bryn Bowling, and Carol Bentley). Musicals represented were: A Class Act ("Follow Your tar"/"Better"/"Self Portrait" -- Nancy Anderson, Jeff Blumenkrantz, Donna Bullock, Randy Graff, David Hibbard, Lonny Price, Patrick Quinn, Sara Ramirez); Bells Are Ringing ("I'm Going Back" -- Faith Prince); 42nd Street ("42nd Street" -- David Elder, Kate Levering and company); Follies ("I'm Still Here" -- Polly Bergen with Louis Zorich, Jessica Leigh Brown, Colleen Dunn, Amy Heggins, and Wendy Waring); The Full Monty ("Let It Go" -- John Ellison Conlee, Jason Danieley, André De Shields, Kathleen Freeman, Romain Fruge, Marcus Neville, Patrick Wilson, Thomas Fiss, and company); Jane Eyre ("Sirens" -- Marla Schaffel and James Barbour); The Producers, the new Mel Brooks Musical ("Along Came Bially" -- Roger Bart, Gary Beach, Matthew Broderick, Cady Huffman, Nathan Lane, Brad Oscar, and company); and The Rocky Horror Show ("Time Warp" -- Dick Cavett, Leah Delaria, Jerrod Emick, Kristen Lee Kelly, Alice Ripley, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Tom Hewitt, Raul Esparza, Sebastian LaCause, and company). lays were also presented:The Invention of Love, introduced by playwright Tom Stoppard. Montage with voice-over by Richard Easton. King Hedley II, introduced by playwright August Wilson. Excerpt performed by Viola Davis and Brian Stokes Mitchell. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, introduced by Joan Allen. Excerpt performed by Gary Sinise, Amy Morton, Tim Sampson, Bruce McCarty, Jeanine Morick, and Ron O. J. Parson. Proof, introduced by playwright David Auburn. Scene with Mary-Louise Parker and Ben Shenkman. The Tale of the Allergist's Wife, introduced by playwright Charles Busch. Scene with Linda Lavin, Tony Roberts, and Michele Lee.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 2000 The 54th Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS from Radio City Music Hall on June 4, 2000; "The First Ten" awards ceremony was telecast on PBS television. The event was hosted by Rosie O’Donnell, with special guest Nathan Lane. O'Donnell has hosted a total of three times—1997, 1998, and 2000. The opening number was "A Tony Opening", with Rosie O’Donnell, Jane Krakowski, Jesse L. Martin, and Megan Mullally. Musicals represented were: Contact ; Kiss Me, Kate; Jesus Christ Superstar; The Music Man; The Wild Party (LaChiusa); Swing!; and James Joyce's The Dead. Michael Blakemore is the only director to win Tony Awards as Best Director of a Play and Best Director of a Musical in the same year. He won this year for Copenhagen (play) and Kiss Me, Kate (musical).
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1999 The 53rd Annual Tony Awards was broadcast by CBS from the Gershwin Theatre on June 6, 1999; "The First Ten" awards ceremony was telecast on PBS television. The show did not have a formal host.The opening number was "There's No Business Like Show Business", sung by Bernadette Peters, Tom Wopat, and the presenters.Host/Presenters: Julie Andrews, Bea Arthur, Alec Baldwin, Christine Baranski, Matthew Broderick, Carol Burnett, Zoe Caldwell, Mario Cantone, Stockard Channing, Alan Cumming, Judi Dench, Brian Dennehy, Laurence Fishburne, Calista Flockhart, David Hare, William Hurt, Swoosie Kurtz, Angela Lansbury, Audra McDonald, Terrence McNally, Sarah Jessica Parker, David Hyde Pierce, Chita Rivera, Jason Robards, Christian Slater, Kevin Spacey, Scott Wolf.The musicals represented were:The Civil War ("Freedom's Child" - Lawrence Clayton and Company); Peter Pan ("I'm Flying" - Cathy Rigby and children); Parade ("This Is Not Over Yet"/"The Old Red Hills of Home" - Carolee Carmello, Brent Carver and Company); You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown ("My New Philosophy"/"Happiness" - Kristin Chenoweth, Anthony Rapp and Company); Fosse ("Sing Sing Sing" - Company); Little Me ("Boom Boom" - Martin Short and Company); Annie Get Your Gun ("I Got the Sun in the Morning ";"Hoedown ";"Old-Fashioned Wedding" - Tom Wopat, Bernadette Peters and Company). The telecast included a special presentation featuring performers from several of the productions nominated as Best Play and Best Revival of a Play.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1998 The 52nd Annual Tony Awards ceremony was held on June 7, 1998 at Radio City Music Hall and was broadcast by CBS television. A documentaries segment was telecast on PBS television . The ceremony was hosted by Rosie O'Donnell, who hosted a total of three times (1997, 1998, and 2000)...The opening number was "Broadway Divas", with Rosie O'Donnell and the Chicago dancers introducing: Patti LuPone ("Don't Cry For Me Argentina" from Evita); Jennifer Holliday ("And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" from Dreamgirls); and Betty Buckley ("Memory" from Cats).Musicals represented:Ragtime ("Ragtime" - Marin Mazzie, Audra McDonald and Company); The Sound of Music ("Wedding"/"Do-Re-Mi"/"The Sound of Music" Finale - Rebecca Luker and Company); 1776 ("Sit Down, John" - Richard Poe and Company); The Lion King ("Circle of Life" - Tsidii Le Loka and Company); Cabaret ("Willkommen" - Alan Cumming and Company); Side Show ("I Will Never Leave You" - Alice Ripley, Emily Skinner); and The Scarlet Pimpernel ("Into the Fire" - Douglas Sills and Company).
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1997 excellent picture, HOSTED BY ROSIE O'DONNELL
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1996 excellent picture, hosted by NATHAN LANE
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1995 excellent picture, hosted by GLENN CLOSE
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TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1990 HOSTED BY KATHLEEN TURNER, excellent picture
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1989 HOSTED BY ANGELA LANSBURY, excellent picture
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1988 HOSTED BY ANGELA LANSBURY, excellent picture
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1987 HOSTED BY ANGELA LANSBURY, excellent picture
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1986 HOSTED BY HAL LINDEN; a little grain
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1985 HOSTED BY DICK VAN DYKE; excellent picture
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1984 HOSTED BY ROBERT PRESTON; excellent picture
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1983… INFO NOT AVAIL YET
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1982 Tony Awards: Tony Randall, Hal Linden, Geraldine Fitzgerald, James Earl Jones, Amanda Plummer, Swoosie Kurtz, Milton Berle, Tommy Tune, Lillian Gish, Robert Goulet, Inga Swenson, Leslie Uggams, Beth Howland, Rex Smith, Michelle Lee, Cher, Pam Dawber, Robert Preston, Michael Bennet, Ben Vereen, Jason Robards, Zoe Caldwell, Ann Miller, Jennifer Holliday, Lucie Arnaz, Marvin Hamlisch, Liliane Montevecci, Ginger Rogers, Lena Horne.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1981 Tony Awards: Richard Chamberlin, Ellen Burstyn, Patricia Neal, Helen Hayes, Gregory Hines, Ann Miller, Jack Klugman, Robert Klein, Christopher Reeve, Jason Robards, Peter Nero, Ben Vereen, Billy D. Williams, Tony Roberts, Tony Randall, Robert Goulet, Richard Thomas, Jane Alexander, Swoosie Kurtz, Lucie Arnez, Jerry Orbach, Zoe Caldwell, Celeste Holm, Lynne Thigpen, Carol Bayer Sager, Hinton Battle, Meryl Streep, Hal Linden, Bea Arthur, Jose Ferrer, Lena Horne, Andrea McArdle, Nell Carter, Angela Lansbury, Patti LuPone, Phyllis Frelich, Michael Learned, Colleen Dewhurst, Ian McKellan, Lauren Bacall, Kander and Ebb, Diahhan Carroll, Kevin Kline, Julie Harris, Elizabeth Taylor, David Merrick.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1978 Tony Awards: Robert Guillaume, Liza Minnelli, Michal Barisknikov, Bonnie Franklin, Linda Lavin, Bob Fosse, Ann Wedgworth, Nell Carter, Bob Hope, Dick Van Patten, Roy Scheider, Helen Hayes, Julie Harris, Hal Linden, Jessica Tandy, Kevin Kline, John Cullum, Imogine Coca, Ed Asner, Carol Channing, Gene Kelly, Jack Lemmon, Lauren Bacall.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1975 Tony Awards: Valerie Harper, Art Carney, Bernadette Peters, Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert, Larry Blyden, Michelle Lee, Bobby Van, Fred Astaire, Rita Moreno, Buddy Ebson, Rosalind Russell, Angela Lansbury, Vincent Minnelli, Eve Arden, Jack Lemmon, Walter Matthau, Julie Harris, Milton Berle, Carl Reiner, Jack Albertson, Carol Channing, Frank Langella, Ray Bolger, Jean Stapleton, Ellen Burstyn, Alexis Smith.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1974 Tony Awards: Robert Preston, Florence Henderson, Cicely Tyson, Bette Davis, Peter Falk, Jane Powell, Henry Fonda, Al Pacino, Colleen Dewhurst, Liza Minelli, Glynnis Johns, Elizabeth Montgomery, Christopher Plummer, Andrews Sisters, Alan Alda, Marlo Thomas, Esther Rolle, Bea Arthur, Karen Black, Michael Learned, Hal Prince, Will Geer, Michael Bennett, Lesley Ann Warren, David Carradine, Suzanne Pleshette, Tommy Tune, Charles Nelson Reilly, Lynn Redgrave, Theodore Bikel, Joel Grey, Ed Asner, Ed Flanders, France Sternhagen, Cloris Leachman, Johnny Carson, Bette Midler, Carol Channing, Alice Faye, John Payne, Carol O’Connor, Jose Quintero, Dudley Moore, Ken Howard, Michelle Lee, Nancy Walker.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1969 Tony Awards: Carol Burnett, Alan King, Diahann Carroll, Paula Prentiss, Richard Benjamin, Arthur Miller, Laurence Olivier, Art Carney, Gwen Verdon, Jerry Orbach, Shelley Winters, Arlene Francis, Robert Morse, Leslie Uggams, Marian Mercer, Angela Lansbury, Rex Harrison, Jane Alexander, James Earl Jones, Betty Comden, Adolf Green, Leonard Bernstein, Patty Duke, Harry Belafonte, Al Pacino, Ethel Merman, Lauren Bacall, Jack Lemmon, Julie Harris, Pearl Bailey, Robert Preston, Dustin Hoffman, Vanessa Redgrave.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1967 Tony Awards: Joel Grey, Mary Martin, Robert Preston, John Lindsey, Lynn Redgrave, Jill Haworth, Lee Remick, John Forsythe, Iam Holm, Marian Seldes, Barbara Harris, Larry Blydon, Lauren Bacall, Beryl Reid, Kirk Douglas, David Merrick, Marge and Gower Champion, Harry Belafonte, Carol Burnett, Hal Prince, Zero Mostell, Angela Lansbury, Barbra Streisand. .
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1961 Tony Awards: Phil Silvers, Henry Fonda, Gig Young, Patty Duke, Eddie Hodges, Patricia Neal, Lillian Gish, Joan Fontaine, Richard Burton, Anne Bancroft, Sidney Poitier, Tammy Grimes, Geraldine Page, David Merrick, Jessica Tandy, Paul Newman, Kay Medford, Charles Nelson Reilly, Carol Channing, Martin Gabel, Anna Maria Albergetti, Robert Goulet, Julie Andrews, Shirley Booth, Cyril Ritchard, Mary Martin, Elizabeth Seal, Zero Mostel, Fredrich March, Beatrice Lillie.
TONY AWARDS 1 DVD 1960 Tony Awards: Lori Peters, Eddie Albert, Christopher Plummer, Anne Revere, Carol Lawrence, Julie Newmar, Robert Morse, Peggy Cass, Patricia Neway, Elliot Nugent, James Thurber, Burgess Meredith, Vivien Leigh, Arthur Penn, Jason Robards, Jo Van Fleet, Michael Kidd, Tom Bosley, Lauren Bacall, Darren McGavin, Robert Stack, Peggy Wood, Celeste Holm, George Abbitt, Howard Lindsey, Russell Crouse, Jean Pierre Aumont, Helen Menkin, Helen Hayes, Anne Bancroft, Jackie Gleason, Ray Bolger, Mary Martin.