Tonys: 'Shuffle Along' Stars Brandon Victor Dixon and Adrienne Warren Perform "Broadway Blues"

Julieta Cervantes

James Corden hosted the 70th annual Broadway-lauding awards show, which aired on CBS from New York City’s Beacon Theatre.

The cast of Shuffle Along, Or, the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed showcased their highest notes and tapping skills during their performance at the Tony Awards on Sunday evening.

Stars Brandon Victor Dixon, nominated for best actor in a featured role in a musical, and Adrienne Warren, nominated for best actress in a featured role in a musical, were joined onstage by their fellow castmembers to sing "Broadway Blues."

The musical's opening number showcased the show's elaborate tap dance numbers and full cast, who were dressed in 1920s-themed costumes and flapper attire.

The play opened April 28 at the Music Box Theatre and is nominated for 10 Tonys, including best musical. 

James Corden hosted the 70th annual Broadway-lauding awards show, which aired on CBS from New York City’s Beacon Theatre.

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