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Tony Award winner brings Broadway to Oscars

The folks behind Hollywood's glitziest night have imported some help this year - from Broadway....


'Red,' a play about art, is big winner at Tonys

'Red,' a play about art, is big winner at Tonys

If you weren't watching the Tonys too carefully, you would have thought they had turned into the Oscars. Sunday's show was a night for celebrities and for the meaning of celebrity, when Academy Award winners Denzel Washington and Catherine Zeta-Jones took home their first Tonys, and when the most honored play, "Red," was itself a meditation on art and commerce. Other familiar faces included Will Smith and Michael Douglas, Helen Mirren and Daniel Radcliffe, and "Glee" stars Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele.


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