The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical is getting a new lead actor in August
Fox's "Cosmos" finale finishes down on night of stiff competition
Hugh Jackman will host the ceremony, which airs Sunday
The three previous Tony Award winners will be honored on the 67th Annual Tony Awards, to broadcast on June 9 from Radio City Music Hall
Grammy nominations for Best Musical Theater Album include two Gershwin shows, a Steven Sondheim revival and two musicals based on movies
The Emmy winner will play the jaded sister of Meryl Streep's character in the family drama
Two-time Tony Award-winner Martin Pakledinaz was nominated 10 times, twice for shows currently on Broadway. He had been suffering from cancer
The Tony Awards' best moments are sometimes the stories behind the story.
A "Family Guy" repeat earns night's top ratings
"Death of a Salesman" wins Best Revival of a Play, but Philip Seymour Hoffman is snubbed for his portrayal of Willy Loman
"Once," a low-key musical based on the indie film of the same name, received 11 nominations
Jackman says wife Deborra-Lee Furness told him she was going to the "loo"
The Broadway star wins her fifth Tony Award for the musical revival
Nina Arianda won her first Tony for playing an actress auditioning for a role
"Clybourne Park," Bruce Norris' Pulitzer Prize-winning play, almost didn't open on Broadway.
"Smash" star wins for his villainous turn in "Peter and the Starcatcher"
Harris was joined by Patti LuPone, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and the cast of "Book of Mormon" in an opening that mixed singing and wise-cracks
Keep checking back as we update the complete list of winners for the 2012 Tony Awards
The Oscar-winning 2007 indie "Once" is an unlikely screen-to-stage adaptation, but it goes into Sunday's Tony Awards as the leading nominee
"Rock of Love" star Bret Michaels makes nice with the Tony Awards after nasty legal back-and-forth over 2009 stage injury
"Once," the Broadway musical nominated for 11 Tony Awards, announces plans for a national tour
Doug Hughes will direct Bobby Cannavale in Clifford Odets’ play about the dark side of old Hollywood
"Once," the musical based on the 2006 movie, brings in 11 nominations, while "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It"...
Poison singer Bret Michaels' mouthpiece accuses Tonys and CBS of trying to shift blame in newly filed cross complaint
"Book of Mormon" producer Scott Rudin becomes only the 11th person to win Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Awards
ABC sweeps the top three slots with hoops coverage; Neil Patrick Harris-hosted Broadway telecast enjoys a 9 percent bump over last year
Star Andrew Rannells belts out a key track before the production wins Best Musical
Harris begins by informing viewers that Broadway is "not just for gays anymore"
The 65th annual trophy event for the live-performance realm will air live from New York Beacon Theatre, with show-business ninja Neil Patrick Harris serving as...