Round-Up: Broadway Takes to Social Media to Celebrate Last Night's Tony Award Winners | Playbill

Tony Awards Round-Up: Broadway Takes to Social Media to Celebrate Last Night's Tony Award Winners

Host Ariana DeBose also earned quite a few shout-outs for her work at the ceremony.

2022 Tony Awards Social Media Reactions

Broadway's biggest night of the year attracted Broadway favorites and fans alike. As winners took to the stage and host Ariana DeBose guided the evening with musical mash-up numbers bookending the show, the Broadway community took to social media to celebrate the evening.

Check out these 16 posts from nominees, winners, and supporters as Broadway honors the stand-outs from the 2021-2022 season.

1. Dan Levy admired Ariana DeBose kicking off the Tonys.

2. Jesse Tyler Ferguson celebrated his win with fellow Broadway favorites.

3. Danielle Brooks celebrates Joaquina Kalukango's win with a heartfelt Instagram post.

4. Tony nominee Rachel Dratch thinks she still won.

5. Lin-Manuel Miranda caught up with Raúl Esparza and congratulated Hamilton alum Ariana DeBose on hosting the Tonys.

6. Meena Harris caught the moment A Strange Loop won from the stage.

7. Audra McDonald congratulated Joaquina Kalukango as well on her win.

8. Bebe Neuwirth gave a shout out to everyone for the work that goes into putting on the awards ceremony, and while still working on a Broadway show.

9. Carole King congratulated Jennifer Hudson whose Tony win last night achieved EGOT status for the Broadway alum.

10. Andrew Keenan-Bolger also gave a shout out to Ariana DeBose in this tweet.

11. Sis, from the Oklahoma! national tour, gave a shout out to SIX creator Toby Marlow on his historic win with co-creator Lucy Moss.

12. Marisha Wallace also made sure to give a shout out to Marlow and Moss for winning Best Original Score.

13. Jesse Tyler Ferguson's husband Justin Mikita took to Instagram to celebrate Ferguson's win.

14. Long-time Broadway press agent Irene Gandy took a moment to celebrate Phylicia Rashad's win.

15. Broadway playwright Jeremy O. Harris took to Twitter to celebrate Joaquina Kalukango and her win.

16. Olivier winner Lesli Margherita gave a shout out to Kalukango as well for her incredible, and useful, performance.


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