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Young stars star at Tony Awards
First-timers herald a new wave
The British actor was gracious in victory, honoring his competitors: “I have to say, John Lithgow, James Earl Jones, Frank Langella, and my favorite actor in the world, Philip Seymour Hoffman, to be on a list with you is enough,” he said.
But perhaps the night’s most impressive graduation was Ms. Arianda‘s. She beat out her talented elders — Tracie Bennett, Stockard Channing, Linda Lavin and Cynthia Nixon — to win the best actress in a play award.
The 27-year-old star of the kinky “Venus in Fur” had been a large reason David Ives’ play transferred from off-Broadway in 2010 to a Broadway theater this season. In the meantime, she wowed critics playing a far-from-ditzy blonde in “Born Yesterday.”
During her euphoric acceptance speech, the music swelled to try to coax her offstage. But she resisted. “I might not do this again, hold on,” she implored.
Chances are she will indeed.
By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
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