MvVO Art Launches AD ART SHOW
Broadway

The Tonys – Parties Until the Sun Came Up

The Tonys – Parties Until the Sun Came Up

Last night after the Tony Awards gleeful winners and appreciative nominees partied until the sun came up. After the much-lauded Broadway hit Hamilton dominated the 70th Annual Tony Awards, celebs and theater lovers gathered together for a night of fun.

The Color Purple celebrated their big when at their official party at the lovely Hudson Terrace. The entire cast we hear made appearances along with the wonderful producer Oprah.

Fiddler on the Roof partied elegantly at Redye Grill, as School of Rock hosted an official party at the always blissful Howl at the Moon. Andrew Llyod Webber was said to have greeted guests, along with his supportive friend Glenn Close.

Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber was announced by Broadway stars Angela Lansbury and James Earl Jones during the awards that he will support theater in the schools  here to the U.S.  with a donation of $1.3 million towards theater education. The goal is to focus on “under-served young people and under-resourced public schools” in America.

And, at Tavern of the Green the after-party for Hamilton had guests dancing until the sun came up.

Here is to a beautiful night Broadway.

PHOTO –  Members of the cast of “Hamilton” at the close of the Tony Awards. The musical, which had a record 16 nominations, won 11 Tony Awards, including best new musical and best original score. Credit Sara Krulwich/The New York Times

Broadway
@liztaylorworld

ElizaBeth Taylor is a journalist for Times Square Chronicles and is a frequent guest at film, fashion and art events throughout New York City and Los Angeles due to her stature as The Sensible Socialite.Passionate about people ElizaBeth spent many years working as a travel reporter and television producer after graduating with high honors from University of Southern California. The work has afforded her the opportunity to explore Europe, Russia, South America, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. It has greatly influenced the way in which ElizaBeth sees a story and has created a heightened awareness for the way people around the world live today.

More in Broadway

Broadway’s Mrs Doubtfire Meets The Press

Genevieve Rafter KeddyFebruary 19, 2020

Theatre News: Zoe Caldwell, To Kill A Mockingbird, Tony News, Stephanie J. Block, Kathleen Chalfant, The Hello Girls and Harriet Harris

Suzanna BowlingFebruary 18, 2020

My View: More Laughs Than Any Room On The Planet…Freddie Roman Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Stephen SorokoffFebruary 17, 2020

Broadway’s Company Meets The Press For Galentine’s Day

Suzanna BowlingFebruary 15, 2020

He Says: 2ST’s Grand Horizons Breaks Down Walls to Get to the Core of What Love Means

RossFebruary 11, 2020

The Glorious Corner

G. H. HARDINGFebruary 9, 2020

BroadwayCon: Six the Musical, Beetlejuice, Moulin Rouge and Jagged Little Pill

Genevieve Rafter KeddyFebruary 7, 2020

Jerry Herman A Memorial Celebration Part 3: A Tribute To Mack and Mabel With Debbie Gravitte, Michael Feinstein and Bernadette Peters

Suzanna BowlingFebruary 6, 2020

Mrs. Doubtfire Panel at BroadwayCon Part 3

Brian HesterFebruary 6, 2020