While Sunday night's Tony ceremony was a notably celeb-filled affair, the stars didn't attract any more eyes to the kudocast than last year -- and the flat figures seem another indication that…
Newly crowned Tony winner "Memphis" logged the biggest sales rise on the Main Stem last week -- and that was before the B.O. could register any sales spike from Sunday night's award wins.
New tuner "Memphis" walked away with the top tuner Tony, one of four awards the musical notched, while "Red" dominated the play awards taking new play and five other trophies.
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Hollywood's presence at the Tony Awards is nothing new, but the 64th annual kudofest's red carpet bore a closer resemblance to a movie premiere than ever before.
The night's big winners, including Denzel Washington, Viola Davis and Katie Finneran, talk about their experiences.
A large-scale Tony Awards viewing party in Tempe, Ariz. -- part of a push to boost the national profile of the annual Broadway kudos -- has been scuttled due to poor sales.
Cate Blanchett, Helen Mirren, Antonio Banderas, Denzel Washington and Raquel Welch are among the celebs lined up to appear at the 2010 Tony Awards ceremony.
Many shows registered big jumps -- but it's doubtful those increases were due to the Tonys.
Precincts cover where the May 1 bomb scare in Times Square occurred.
"Memphis" and "La Cage aux Folles" topped the Outer Critics Circle Awards.