Highlights from the Tony Nominated Plays and Performances including ‘Clybourne Park’ and ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’

Tony-Awards-Play-HighlightsThe Tony Award’s are almost here and with that, The Broadway League has given us a highlights from some of the nominated plays for the 2011/2012 Broadway season.

Check out bits and pieces from Peter and the Starcatcher (9 nominations), Clybourne Park (4 nominations), One Man, Two Guvnors (7 nominations) and Man and Boy (1 nomination).

There were other more videos available but they were just shots from the nominated plays with music added to it. What good is a highlight of a play and not having any of the dialogue? Doesn’t make sense.

For more Tony Award goodness, here are our interviews with these Tony Nominees: Clybourne Park’s Jeremy Shamos, Jesus Christ Superstar’s Josh Young and Joe Dipietro, book writer for Nice Work If You Can Get It!


Peter and the Starcatcher is nominated for 9 Tony Awards including Best Play


Clybourne Park is nominated for 4 Tony Awards including Best Play


One Man, Two Guvnors is nominated for 7 Tony Awards including Best Direction of a Play


Man and Boy is nominated for Best Leading Actor in a Play

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