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‘Moulin Rouge,’ ‘Christmas Carol’ win early Tony Awards

26 September (WNN) — Moulin Rouge And Christmas Carol He was among the early winners at Sunday’s Tony Awards ceremony in New York.

Moulin Rouge Star Danny Burstein took home the statuette for Best Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical. The show also won the awards for Best Sound Design for a Musical, Best Lighting Design for a Musical, Best Scenic Design for a Musical, Best Orchestration, Best Choreography and Best Costume Design for a Musical.

Christmas Carol Earned awards for Best Sound Design for a Play, Best Original Score, Best Lighting Design for a Play, Best Scenic Design for a Play, and Best Costume Design for a Play.

Lauren Patton won the Tony for Best Actress in a Featured Role for a Musical jagged Little Pill. Its author, Diablo Cody, won the award for Best Book of Music.

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Lois Smith wins Best Actress in a Feature Role in Play for Inheritance.

Audra McDonald and Leslie Odom Jr are hosting the live event at the Winter Garden Theatre. The gala is airing on CBS and Paramount+. streaming on

jagged Little Pill went into the contest with a major 15 nominations, followed by Moulin Rouge! musical with 14, slave game with 12, Tina: Tina Turner Music with 12, Inheritance with 11, a soldier’s game with seven, inner voice Six and A. with Christmas Carol with five.

Most of Broadway’s plays and musicals reopened this month after being closed since March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Sunday’s Tony Awards are recognizing excellence for the 2019-20 theater season.


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