This year's Tony Awards may have been unscripted but there were plenty of performances to keep us entertained. Above, see the cast of 2023 Best Musical nominee New York, New York perform the show's opening number "Cheering for Me Now" and the title tune "New York, New York." The show won one Tony Award.
Below, see the opening dance number from the telecast performed by a bevy of Broadway dancers alongside host Ariana DeBose.
Below, see the cast of Some Like It Hot perform the show's title song. Some Like It Hot won three awards.
Below, see the cast of Camelot perform a medley from the show: "C'est Moi," "The Lusty Month of May," "If Ever I Would Leave You," and "Camelot." The show won no Tony Awards.
Below, see Lea Michele and the company of Funny Girl perform "Don't Rain on my Parade". The show heads out on tour this fall, with casting to be announced.
Below, see the cast of Shucked perform a medley: "Corn," "Woman of the World," "Somebody Will," "Independently Owned." Shucked won one Tony award.
Below, see Will Swenson (and his sideburns) perform "Sweet Caroline" from A Beautiful Noise, and lead the crowd at United Palace in a singalong. The show notably received no Tony nominations.
Below, see Josh Groban and the company perform "The Ballad of Sweeney" from Sweeney Todd. The show received two Tony awards for Best Lighting Design of a Musical and Best Sound Design of a Musical
Below, see Tony winner Victoria Clark and the company of Kimberly Akimbo perform "Anagram". The show received five Tony awards, making it the most awarded production of the season, including wins for Best Musical, Best Original Score, Best Book of a Musical, Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical for Bonnie Milligan, and Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical for Victoria Clark.
Below, see Joaquina Kalukango perform "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again" from Phantom of the Opera for the In Memoriam segment of the broadcast.
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