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Tony nominees Christian Borle, Andrew Rannells, Stephanie J. Block and Brandon Uranowitz starred in Lincoln Center Theater’s musical revival, which combined the 1981 show March of the Falsettos with its 1990 sequel Falsettoland and follows neurotic Marvin and his extended family through the AIDS crisis years.
Whoopi Goldberg presented the performance, and announced that a recording of the production will screen in limited theaters beginning July 12, via Screenvision Media, KAOS Connect and Live From Lincoln Center.
James Lapine again directed the production he co-wrote with composer-lyricist William Finn, with choreography by Spencer Liff and scenic design by David Rockwell. It wrapped its limited engagement in January, and nabbed five Tony nominations.
Honoring the best of the Broadway season, the awards were handed out in a ceremony that aired live on CBS from New York City. Kevin Spacey made his debut as the annual event’s emcee.
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