The 67th Annual Tony Awards


Sunday, June 9th, 2013


Marquis Theatre


Neil Patrick Harris

The 67th Annuel Tony Awards was aired on Sunday, June 9th at 8 o'clock on CBS and was hosted Neil Patrick Harris. They ceremony brought many ups and downs to certain shows. Some nominees came in certain they would win, but left disappointed. While others came thinking they could never win, but left with an award in their hands. This was Harris' third time as host.


Considered Performance ChoicesEdit

Hit List went through many choices for their pick because of the quick casting change of the role of the Diva. Jimmy Collins, the composer and lyricist, chose not to perform at the Tonys. Later, the rest of the cast refused to perform with Daisy Parker, so she complained to the producer, Jerry Rand, and she was then given a solo. In the end, it turned out that the cast rebelled and performed Broadway, Here I Come!, without Miss Parker. Hit List

Nominees and WinnerEdit

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical

Presented by Lillias White

Winner: Daisy ParkerHit List

Best Book of a Musical

Presented by Ron Rifkin

Winner: Kyle Bishop - Hit List

Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre

Presented by Ron Rifkin

Winner: Bombshell (Music by Tom Levitt, Lyrics by Julia Houston)

Best Choreography

Presented by Kathleen Marshall

Winner: Derek WillsHit List

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Actress in a Musical

Presented by Marin Mazzie

Winner: Ivy LynnBombshell

Best Musical

Presented by Rosie O'Donnell

Winner: Bombshell

Other AwardsEdit

Best Direction of a Musical

Best Costume Design

Melissa- Bombshell

Best Scenic Design

Unknown - Hit List

Best Sound Design

Unknown - Hit List

Best Lighting Design

Blake - Hit List

Best Orchestrations

Unknown (possibly Jimmy Collins) - Hit List


  • Kyle Bishop is the youngest person ever nominated/won for his category in Tony history and the third youngest Tony winner.
  • Derek Wills is only the second person to be nominated three time for one year in Tony history (the first being Bob Fosse).


Jimmy Collins' Speech

Jimmy Collins' Speech

SMASH - Ivy's Speech (Tony Awards)

SMASH - Ivy's Speech (Tony Awards)

Big Finish

Big Finish

Broadway, Here I Come!

Broadway, Here I Come!

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