Robert De Niro drops F-bomb against Trump at the Tony Awards

Robert De Niro drops F-bomb against Trump at the Tony Awards

Sparky also made his way inside Radio City Music Hall for at least part of the show. Hosts Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban were just what this kind of evening needs: They are theater people (well, they are now, having starred respectively in Waitress and The Great Comet). "The Band's Visit" - which chronicles the adventures of a band of Egyptian musicians - won more Tony awards than any other show on Sunday night.

A starry revival of Tony Kushner's 7½-hour "Angels in America", which transferred to Broadway from the National Theater in London, was named the best play revival for an acclaimed production that cemented the play's claim as the best American drama of the late 20th century.

The 72nd ceremony, held at Radio City Musical Hall in NY, began on a comedic note with hosts Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban performing a light-hearted medley. Mendez, who plays millworker Carrie Pipperidge in "Carousel, " said that at the beginning of her career "I was told to change my name from Mendez to Matthews or I wouldn't work".

The stage actress played the role of one of the gods, Goddess of Love, Erzulie, who helped Ti Moune get back with the man who has captured her heart.

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The Cavs led briefly in the first half, but it was over shortly after halftime. "Every journey is a new one each season". Curry went 7-for-15 behind the arc after making just one of 10 attempts in Game 3. "I mean, we all know that", Lue said.

Laurie Metcalf won her second Tony, playing a younger version of Jackson's imperious character in Three Tall Women. In fact, all four of the four nominated musicals were adaptations of existing properties: SpongeBob SquarePants, Disney's Frozen and the non-musical films Mean Girls and The Band's Visit. She later encouraged many of her pupils to lead the nationwide movement for gun reform.

Springsteen then took the stage to perform a soulful rendition of "My Hometown".

While during the show, it might have been Robert De Niro's bleeping speech attacking Trump or poignant performers by Parkland shooting survivors that stole the show, on the Internet and red carpet, it was the GOAT that has captivated people's mind. "And for those of us who are fortunate enough not to be suffering so deeply, let's make sure we answer them".

But musical Mean Girls, based on the 2004 film, went away empty-handed after receiving 12 nominations. He's a graduate of New York University's Tish drama department. She concluded: "To all the artists out there, be your true self and the world will take note".

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