How to stream and watch the 76th Tony Awards On TV

How to stream and watch the 76th Tony Awards On TV

The 76th Tony Awards will be held on June 11 and will feature numerous musical performances, a new location venue, a return of host Ariana DeBose, and no writers.

The Broadway awards ceremony will be broadcast live on CBS from the United Palace theater in Washington Heights, New York, from 8 to 11 p.m. ET/5 to 8 p.m. PT. Paramount+ will stream it live and on demand.

The Tony Awards are a live, 90-minute pre-show that: Act One, facilitated by Julianne Hough and Skylar Astin, starts at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT. The pre-show will be accessible for nothing on Pluto television through shrewd televisions, streaming gadgets, portable applications and online by going to Pluto television and tapping on the “Pluto television VIP” station. There is no requirement to sign in, register, or pay.

This year’s Tonys presentation won’t have any scripted parts because of the Writers Guild of America strike (the WGA is also urging its members, no matter if they have been nominated, not to attend). The WGA has agreed to refrain from pickingeting the event.

Albeit the show isn’t supposed to incorporate the pre-composed jokes, talk and presentations ordinary for grants functions, the transmission will highlight exhibitions from the projects of selected best musicals and recoveries including Camelot, Into the Forest, and Juliet, Kimberly Akimbo, New York, New York, March, Shucked, Some Like It Hot and Sweeney Todd: Fleet Street’s Demon Barber.

The casts of Funny Girl, which opened last season, and Joaquina Kalukango, who won the 2022 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical for Paradise Square, are also scheduled to perform. A Beautiful Noise, a Neil Diamond musical without any nominations, will also be performed.

A special performance for Joel Grey and John Kander, who received Lifetime Achievement Awards in the Theatre, is also planned.

The musical Some Like It Hot receives the most nominations, with 13, while & Juliet, New York, New York, Shucked receives nine. Kimberly Akimbo and Sweeney Todd: There were eight nominations for The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, with six each for Ain’t No Mo’, A Doll’s House, Into the Woods, Leopoldstadt, and Parade.

White Cherry Entertainment and Tony Award Productions, a joint venture of the Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, are involved in the CBS production of The Tony Awards. White Cherry has executive producers Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner. Weiss will be in charge.

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