There's No People Like Show People: How to Host a Tony Awards Party Like a Pro with Broadway-Themed Drink Recipes

By Carey Purcell
26 May 2013

Patina Miller and Matthew James Thomas in Pippin.
Photo by Joan Marcus
Musical Revival
The Mystery of Edwin Drood—The Other Side of the Coin
(Can also be strained into martini glass or champagne flute)
• In rocks glass filled with ice combine
• 1 1/2 oz Gin
• 1/5 oz Lemon Juice
• 1 oz St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur (more if you want it sweeter)
• Top with Champagne/Sparkling Wine
• Garnish with Lemon Twist


Annie—America's Favorite Little Redhead
• In tall glass with ice combine
• 2 oz Vodka
• Fill with Sprite or Soda Water
• Splash of Grenadine
• Garnish with Brandied Cherries


Cinderella—Stepsister's Lamint-Julep
• In sturdy rocks glass/tumbler, muddle
• Ice
• 5-6 sprigs of mint
• 3-5 Blackberries (strawberries or raspberries work too)
• 3-4 sugar cubes
• Crush until contents resembles a Slushie
• Add 1 1/2 to 2 oz of Bourbon
• Garnish with sprig of mint


Pippin—Magic To Do
• In Cocktail Shaker combine
• 2 oz Gin
• 1 oz Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur
• 4-5 leaves of fresh Mint
• Ice
• Shake and strain into rocks glass/tumbler with ice
• Top with Sparkling Wine
• Garnish with Sprig of Mint