Listen to a quick discussion about the 74th annual Tony Award nominations that were announced yesterday for the shortened 2019-2020 Broadway season. While COVID-19 and the resulting Broadway shutdown did ensure that shows like SIX, Company, and Sing Street would not yet see their opening nights, the shows that were able to make the eligibility cutoff – Moulin Rouge, Jagged Little Pill, Tina, and a handful more were each able to walk away with a hefty number of nominations. Slave Play, with its 12 nominations, just became the most nominated play ever.
Special guest co-host Lauren LeBeouf joins me for this quick episode to discuss what the nominations mean to us, the possible complete lack of a 2020-2021 season, and so much more.
Find complete info about The Tony Awards via TonyAwards.com.
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