Nominees for the 2023 Tony Awards stepped out May 4 for a star-studded red carpet at the annual Meet the Nominees event, held at the Sofitel hotel. The list of nominees was announced May 2 by Tony winner Myles Frost and Lea Michele.
Check out the red carpet photos below.
Check back with Playbill for the latest news and analysis around Broadway's top honors, all the way to the big night. Winners will be named at a starry ceremony June 11 at United Palace Theatre in Washington Heights. The evening will kick off with The Tony Awards: Act One, a 90-minute pre-show of live and exclusive content set to stream for free on Pluto TV beginning at 6:30 PM ET. Hosts and further details are to be announced. The main awards ceremony, hosted by West Side Story Oscar winner Ariana DeBose, will follow beginning at 8 PM ET, broadcasting live on CBS (check local listings) and streaming live (for premium-level subscribers) via Paramount+. All Paramount+ subscribers will have on demand access to the broadcast beginning June 12.
The most nominated productions of the season include leading musical Some Like It Hot with 13 nods, and plays Ain't No Mo', A Doll's House, and Leopoldstadt, each with six nominations. See the full list here.
For the latest updates on the 76th Annual Tony Awards, stay tuned for Playbill’s ongoing coverage.