Ask anyone what they remember about last year's Tony Awards, and if it wasn't Hugh Jackman's high kicks they'll tell you it was the David vs. Goliath battle in which small-scale "Avenue Q" triumphed…
The core contenders –“Spamalot,” “Piazza,” “Spelling Bee” and “Scoundrels” — may contend in each of these areas. But there are other possiblilities. For example, for book, “The Frogs” is eligible…
Since each of the design categories has been split in two (plays and musicals) this year, the real game is to see which designers will get two noms.
This category is rather weak compared to last year's diva smackdown involving Tonya Pinkins, Idina Menzel, Kristin Chenoweth and Donna Murphy.
Strong reviews for "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" make it likely get a nom and be favored to win. Also include Tim Curry, "Spamalot's" King Arthur, who may be chosen before co-stars Hank Azaria and David…
This traditionally strong, celeb-heavy category doesn't disappoint. Good bets are "Doubt's" Brian F. O'Byrne and "On Golden Pond's" James Earl Jones, who won the award the last time he was on…
The surest thing in all of Tonyland: Mike Nichols gets attention for "Spamalot." Check off James Lapine for "Spelling Bee" and "Scoundrels' " Jack O'Brien, last year's winner for "Henry IV."
OK, OK, don’t all shout at once. Cherry Jones in “Doubt.” Kathleen Turner in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” Natasha Richardson in “A Streetcar Named Desire”? What about Phylicia Rashad’s…
The critics practically dusted the mantle for "Spamalot's" Sara Ramirez. She'll compete in the featured actress in a musical category against Ramona Keller, who some reviewers thought was the best…
The Tony competition for leading actor in a Broadway musical just got a lot tighter. The Tony Awards administration committee deemed Tim Curry, Hank Azaria and David Hyde Pierce eligible for…