NEW YORK (AP) — The next Tony Awards have found a home — a familiar one.The Broadway League said Tuesday that the June 12 gala will be held at the 2,900-seat Beacon Theatre on Manhattan's Upper West Side, where the Tonys were handed out 2011-12.The 6,000-seat Radio City Music Hall has long been the preferred home for the awards because of its size and proximity to Broadway. But Radio City will be booked with the new "Rockettes New York Spectacular."CBS will again televise the event.
Scott Forstall, the former iOS head who was ousted from Apple in 2012, can now add several Tony Awards to his resume. Forstall is a producer of "Fun Home," a Broadway musical that follows the story of a lesbian cartoonist looking back on her childhood with a secretly gay father.
Rap and R&B music, meet America’s founding fathers. The revolutionary pairing is coming to Broadway’s Richard Rodgers Theatre this July, when the critically-acclaimed “Hamilton” makes its way uptown from its current home at Public Theater on Lafayette Street. The musical has made plenty of waves in the media since first [...]