Watch Tony Awards 2018 Live Stream Online. The 72nd annual Tony Awards 2018 air live from New York on Sunday on CBS at 8 p.m. ET.Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles, who both made their Broadway debuts in recent seasons, will host the show at Radio City Music Hall.
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Expect to see the likes of Tina Fey representing “Mean Girls,” as well as Andrew Garfield, Denzel Washington and Amy Schumer, who are all nominated for their work in plays this year.
According to the Tony Awards’ website, Bruce Springsteen will also make a rare appearance with a performance during the show.
Catch all of the action Sunday night from your screen at home, but if you’re feeling social, there are also viewing parties around New York City and Los Angeles.
Broadway’s biggest event of the year, AKA the 2018 Tony Awards, airs live Sunday night on CBS. The show, which will be hosted by Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban, is set to once again honor the best of the best in the Broadway theatre world.
Airing from Radio City Music Hall in New York City, the Tonys have a lot more in store for fans besides presenting awards. There will also be a slew of performances to elicit emotions from pure joy to deep sorrow.
Here’s a complete list of the performances planned to take place during the 72nd Annual Tony Awards, including ones from this year’s nominated shows.
Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban host the 72nd annual Tony Awards from Radio City Music Hall. Watch a live stream of the Tonys on CBS All Access or on TV — find your local CBS station here.
Lots of kid-friendly shows snagged Tony nominations this year. Productions derived from film and TV, like “SpongeBob SquarePants,” “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” “Frozen” and “Mean Girls” had a strong presence in 2018 Tony Award nominations.
Though the two have never hosted the Tonys before, they’re no strangers to Broadway. Bareilles, who starred in “Waitress” on Broadway, was nominated for a Tony for its score in 2016, and Groban landed a Tony nod last year for his role in “Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812.” Bareilles is nominated for a Tony again this year, for a song she wrote for “SpongeBob SquarePants.”