A Salute to the 64th annual TONY AWARDS

Sheward, David; Haagensen, Erik; Holloway, Daniel; Horwitz, Simi; Jacobs, Leonard; Snyder, Diane
May 2010
Back Stage (1946-5440);5/27/2010, Vol. 51 Issue 21, p14
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The article announces the 64th annual Tony awards given to theater actors and actresses including the Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play to Jude Law for "Hamlet," Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play to Viola Davis for "Fences," and Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical to Kelsey Grammer for "La Cage aux Folles."


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