Plus: Broadway stars lamenting their canceled TV shows.
The ceremony featured its usual mix of wonderful performances and cringe-worthy moments.
Kinky Boots dominated.
Join Scott Brown and Jesse Green as they give their moment-by-moment take on theater's biggest night.
Scott Brown and Jesse Green study the big categories, the bigger relevance of a potential Tom Hanks win, and Kinky Boots vs. Matilda.
Now you have something to do when Mom comes to NYC.
"The repression just doesn't press."
"It’s exhausting. Which is not to say it’s unworthwhile."
It's for Monkey: Journey to the West's upcoming NYC shows.
"When The Master Builder becomes an episode of Gilly, you know something’s wrong."
A musical based on a section of War and Peace.
Directed by Philip Seymour Hoffman.
It's a weak production, too. And yet …
"Nelson’s opening gambit — an appetizer of red herring — pays off spectacularly."
"Brantley is viewed as some odd, shriveled, bitter Dickensian clerk."
Score one for Shia LaBeouf.
"It’s just cruel for the easy fun of it."
Come on, Broadway producers — we already did half the work here.
Meat-punching, now with more jazz hands.
They added a circus!
"Do we really care how hard it is to make a living as a Sherpa on the slopes of power?"
What good is sitting alone in your room?
Conceived without sin (but with tragedy).
It's cut to barely 100 minutes.
"The question that lingers after the swift little dream of Orphans passes is: What just happened? What was that about?"