All 14 Tony Awards Musical Performances, From Springsteen to the Parkland Students’ ‘Seasons of Love’ (Videos)
Hosts Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban also rocked the house in several numbers
Thom Geier | June 11, 2018 @ 5:22 AM
Last Updated: June 11, 2018 @ 6:06 AM
Hosts Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban open the show at dueling grand pianos, then launched into a peppy song dedicated to the losers. Not only has neither won a Tony, but both are (so far) Grammy-less as well.
The three stars of "Summer: The Donna Summer Musical" perform the disco diva's classic "Last Dance."
Bareilles and Groban return to perform a medley of songs from the Broadway careers of actress Chita Rivera and composer Andrew Llloyd Webber, both winners of a lifetime achievement award.
The cast of the musical version of "Mean Girls" -- led by nominee Grey Henson as the show-tune-loving Damian -- performs a medley of songs from the new show.
The cast of the surprise Best Musical revival winner "Once on This Island" perform a spirited in-the-round medley of "We Dance" and "Mamma Will Provide" -- complete with live onstage goats.
Katrina Lenk and Tony Shalhoub appear on stage together to perform the lovely ballad "Omar Sharif" from "The Band's Visit" -- just before they each won the best actress and best actor in a musical prize.
Tony nominee Gavin Lee performs sad-sack Squidward's big production number "(I'm Not a) Loser" from "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical."
Students from the drama department at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, bring the audience to tears with a rendition of the "Rent" anthem "Seasons of Love."
The male ensemble from "Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel" perform Tony-winning choreographer Justin Peck's athletic dance number "Blow High, Blow Low."
The cast of last year's Best Musical winner "Dear Evan Hansen" sing the anthem "You Are Not Alone" as the Tonys pay tribute to Broadway legends who've died in the last year.
Groban and Bareilles don bright gold outfits to sing a tribute to Broadway performers straining their bodies (and voices) to perform "Eight Shows a Week" -- to a tune recalling Sia's "Chandelier."
Tony nominee Lauren Ambrose soars singing about the rain in Spain as Eliza Doolittle in the hit revival of "My Fair Lady" -- then lets her onstage father, Norbert Leo Butz, take over the stage for a spirited "I'm Getting Married in the Morning."
Each of the Disney princesses gets a chance to shine in the number from "Frozen" -- first Patti Murin as Anna in "For the First Time in Forever," then Caissie Levy as Elsa in "Let It Go."
Bruce Springsteen, winner of a special Tony for his sold-out intimate Broadway concert, performs a poignant rendition of "My Hometown."