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>> A surprise performance from survivors of the Florida school shooting at the Tony Awards on Sunday brought an audience of Broadway stars to a standing ovation.>>
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>> Our shows offers a message of unity, in a world that more and more seems bent on amplifying our differences.>> The Band's Visit is a show about Egyptian musicians stranded in a small Israeli town, and it won big over well known shoes like Tina Fey's Mean Girls.
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>> On Valentine's Day, when love was shattered by an act of unimaginable hatred. Melody bravely sheltered 65 of her students in a small office for two hours, until help arrived and led all of them to safety.>> It was the emotional highlight of an awards show full of strong messages.
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Among a number of political statements, the most blunt came from Robert Deniro. With little warning, I got bleeped by CBS as millions watched on live TV. I’m gonna say one thing.
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A sequel th the JK Rowling novel which won another five awards.>> The one thing we want to do is to make sure we could create a community of fans and theater goers and thanks to the extraordinary imagination of J.K. Rowling, John Tiffany and Jack Thorne. We did that.
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>> Linda Jackson in Three Tall Women and Andrew Garfield in The Angels in America both took home top acting prizes. And rock legend Bruce Springsteen got a special award for his well-reviewed and sold out Springsteen on Broadway, but one of the biggest triumphs was an underdog that swept up ten awards.
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>> The Band's Visit.>>
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Frozen, and Spongebob Squarepants, the Broadway Musical.