The Tony Awards honor Broadway's best and brightest — from the starring roles and the stunning choreography to the dramatic set-and-sound design — that create shows we love for years to come.
Broadway stars and celebrities brought their best looks to the red carpet at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night, including trends like colorful suits, endless amounts of glitter and plenty of ruffles and jewel tones.
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Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman, now playing at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, will welcome a host of new cast members to the company beginning February 19. Joining the hit Broadway production, directed by Sam Mendes, will be three-time Tony nominee Brian d’Arcy James (Next to Normal, Spotlight) as Quinn Carney, Holley Fain (Harvey, Gossip Girl) as Caitlin Carney, and Emily Bergl (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Plenty) as Mary Carney, among others.
Niall Wright, Conor MacNeill, Fra Fee, Carla Langley, Rob Malone, Brooklyn Shuck, Michael Quinton McArthur, Willow McCarthy, and Matilda Lawler gather for a family photo shoot to kick off 2019. he buzz for Broadway’s The Ferryman has been strong since its original production at London’s Royal Court Theatre and has grown to a roar with the production’s transfer to Broadway.
Her parents named her Brooklyn, but it looks like she was meant for Broadway ... or Hogwarts. Brooklyn Shuck's newest high-profile role is in the ensemble cast for the $68 million Broadway production of "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child." The New York Times lavishly praised the play in an April 22 review: "'Cursed Child,' which has a deeply symbiotic cast of 40, shimmers with beguiling richness, but you're never conscious of its seams or the effort that's gone into the making of it."