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Tony Awards 2023 Venu Changed
The 77th Tony Awards are set to take place at the David H. Koch Theater in Lincoln Center, marking the fourth venue change in as many years. Previously, the awards were held at the United Palace Theater in Washington Heights, Radio City Music Hall, and the Winter Garden Theatre.
The CBS broadcast of the event is scheduled for Sunday, June 16th. It will also be available for live and on-demand streaming on Paramount+ in collaboration with the network. Nominations for the awards, which will honor the 2023-24 Broadway season, are expected to be announced on Tuesday, April 30th. The host for the event has not been announced yet.
Ariana DeBose hosted the 76th Annual Tonys, which was an unscripted celebration of unity following the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike. Despite the absence of a traditional script, the event attracted 4.3 million viewers, making it the most-watched Tony Awards telecast since 2019. The 76th Tonys were historic for various reasons, including the lack of an in-person audience and the presence of co-hosts Alec Neveul (“Shocked”) and J. Harrison Ghee (“Sam Like It Hot”) as the first openly non-binary presenters to win Tonys.
Jonathan Groff, Daniel Radcliffe, and Linzi Menz in the revival of “Merrily We Roll Along” are a few of the notable nominees for awards in the musical and theatrical categories. Other notable contenders include “Gutenberg! The Musical,” which reunites Andrew Rannells and Josh Gad from the “Book of Mormon,” the Nicholas Sparks novelization “The Notebook,” and “Pearly Victorious,” which features Leslie Odom Jr. on stage after his Tony Award-winning performance in “
The Tony Awards were produced in cooperation between the Broadway League, the American Theatre Wing, White Cherry Entertainment, and Tony Awards Productions. The film’s executive producers and directors are Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner.