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Topic - Cristin Milioti
There will be two new star-crossed lovers at "Once" on Broadway.
The cast album for "Once" has nabbed a Grammy Award, the latest honor for a show that has already earned a Tony and an Oscar.
The Tony Award-winning musical "Once" has proved to be a song at the box office: It has recouped its $5.5 million investment in less than six months.
The bittersweet musical "Once" captured the hearts of Tony Award voters on Sunday night, winning eight trophies and earning bragging rights as the top musical on Broadway, even as most shows came away with at least something to crow about.
Once upon a time, a quirky film made on a shoestring turned into an unlikely Oscar-winner and, even more improbably, a Broadway show.
Once upon a time, a quirky film made on a shoestring turned into an unlikely Oscar winner and, even more improbably, a Broadway show.
Audra McDonald has won the Tony Award for best leading actress in a musical.
Elizabeth A. Davis is the kind of woman who sets goals, writes them down and puts them on the fridge. It just makes sense.
The film that became an album and then a Broadway musical is now becoming a tour.
The low-tech musical "Once," based on the love story of a Czech flower seller and an Irish street musician in Dublin, received a leading 11 Tony Award nominations Tuesday, proving sentiment can sway nominators just as much as special effects.
There was something for virtually everyone to smile about on Broadway on Tuesday after 30 of 37 shows this season got at least one Tony Award nomination. The folks at "Once" had the most reason to celebrate tonight at their working bar on stage.
The low-tech musical "Once," based on the love story of a Czech flower seller and an Irish street musician in Dublin, got a leading 11 Tony Award nominations Tuesday, proving sentiment can sway nominators just as much as special effects.
"It's just amazing," said Cristin Milioti, the female lead in "Once," of her show's Tony haul, as she made a quick trip through the elaborate food stations at the gala post-Tony party at the Plaza Hotel.