2019 Tony Awards: Date, Venue and Broadcast Official News

2019 Tony Awards

The 73rd Annual 2019 Tony Awards will be held on June 9, at Radio City Music Hall, New York City. The event was announced on October 18. The program will be held from CBS to 8 pm to 11.00pm.

The qualifying cut for all Broadway productions in the 2018-2019 season will be on Thursday, April 25, The official nomination for the 2019 Tony Awards will be announced on Tuesday 30 April.

James Corden Hosts This June 2019 Tony Awards:

The talk show host and funny guy James Corden have been tapped to host Tony Awards for the second time. The 73rd anniversary of the prize show will be presented at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on June 9 and will be live streamed at CBS.

By 2016, Corden hosted the 70th Annual Tony Awards for critical acclaim: The year’s show won Emmy Award for the special class program.

An official press release from the American Theater Wing’s 2019 Tony Awards said 40-year-old The Let Late Show host “thrilled” about this news. “Broadway community is very dear to my heart and I am not proud to be part of this incredibly special night,” he said.

Cardwell is no stranger to Broadway’s biggest night: In 2012, he played Best Actor in a Man of the Match Man One Day for his work.

In the announcement, Broadway League president Charlotte St. Martin and President of America’s Theater Wing Heather Hitchens warmed the Corden’s praise: “James is not only a favorite talent, but he is also an expert on stage and a true passion for his Broadway,” they say. “We can not wait to see what the Tony Awards have kept for us this year.”

“We and the only James Corden are thrilled to return to host their second Tony Awards,” especially music and live events, CBS Entertainment, Executive Vice President Jack Sussman added. “Celebrating Live Astronomy, the live event is one of the final masters of Live Events Television James. He is an incredibly charming host, brilliant actor and fearless at the stage – with James, something can happen, and probably will be!”

2019 Tony Awards Predictions:

If you do not know, we’re obsessed with the prediction of 2019 Tony Awards. Even though Tony Broadcast is not until June 9, we are starting to begin and here we publish our predictions for nominations in each division. The following predictions we have not seen yet for many productions, and those are based on rumors and industry buzz. We look forward to this season, we will update this page with our latest predictions.

At the moment, we’ve got forecasts for almost half of the division. Next week we will update and add featured performance to a category of games, and we will continue to update up to date updates and also add up to musical awards.

2019 Tony Awards Nominations:

Note: At this moment, due to the lack of a revised musical revival, Tony Committee may decide to give me Kiss, Keat and Oklahoma! Competition with a “best resuscitation” to revive the game for Tony. However, we hope the committee can rule two musical revivals to compete in their own division, so until we are sure that this division exists, we will keep the rest of the music for the best music below.

Tony Award for Best Music:

Shoo-Ins

  • Hadestown
  • The Prom

On the Bubble

  • Ain’t Too Proud
  • Be More Chill
  • Tootsie

Dark Horses

  • Pretty Woman
  • Head Over Heels
  • Beetlejuice

Tony Award for Best Play:

Shoo-Ins

  • The Ferryman
  • To Kill a Mockingbird

On the Bubble

  • Choir Boy
  • What the Constitution Means to Me
  • Hillary and Clinton
  • Ink
  • Network
  • Gary

Dark Horses

  • The Lifespan of a Fact
  • American Son

Best Playback Singer in a Play:

Shoo-Ins

  • Brian Cranston (Howard Bill, Network)
  • Jeff Daniels (Atikas Finch, the killing of McKinnard)

On the Bubble

  • Michael Uri (Arnold, torch song)
  • Paddy Considine (queen cornea, the godman)
  • Jeremy Pope (French Jonathan Youth, Queen Boy)
  • Berti Carval (Rupert Murdoch, Ink)
  • Adam Driver (Pale, burn it)
  • Tracy Letts (Joe Keller, All My Sons)
  • Nathan Lane (Gary, Gary: A Cycle of Titus Andronicus)
  • John Lithgow (Bill Clinton, Hillary & Clinton / M)

Dark Horses

  • Ethan Huq (Lee, True West)
  • Jim Persons (Michael, The Boy in the Band)
  • Passing Steven (Scott, American Gold)
  • Lucas Hedges (Daniel Reid, The Waverly Gallery)
  • Daniel Radcliffe (Jim, of Lifespan of Fact)
  • Bobby Cannibal (John, The Lifespan of Fact)

See the Full Nominees Here.