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Theater's biggest night can be experienced live with Tony Awards tickets when the year's best plays and musicals are honored. Annually held in New York City, this show is always packed with celebrities and full of surprises. Tony Awards tickets allow theatre fans to get closer to their favorite performers than ever before. The show may be sold-out, but you can rely on our tireless network affiliates to have premium seating and cheap Tony Awards tickets available. Vivid Seats was designed with the customer in mind, and we hope our sleek design leaves you with little confusion. To start shopping with us, follow these easy steps:
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Tony Awards Tickets Information
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Leads Tony Award Nominations 2014
On June 8, the best and brightest of the 2013-14 Broadway season will be honored at the Tony Awards 2014 ceremony, which will return to New York’s Radio City Music Hall for the second consecutive year. The field of competition for the 68th annual event is filled with many worthy productions, including “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” which has garnered a leading 10 nominations—two more than “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” the rock musical starring Broadway favorite Neil Patrick Harris. Other productions that earned coveted Tony nods include the musicals “Aladdin,” “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” and “After Midnight.” Popular revivals of the plays “The Glass Menagerie, “A Raisin in the Sun,” and “Twelfth Night” also achieved recognition, along with Best Play nominees like “Act One,” “All the Way,” and “Outside Mullingar.”
This year’s ceremony will be hosted by Hugh Jackman, who previously emceed the prestigious awards show from 2003-2005. Jackman, who won a Tony Award for his work in the 2003 musical “The Boy from Oz,” also won an Emmy for his hosting duties in 2004.