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Topic - Judy Kaye
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.
Arthur Miller's 63-year-old masterpiece "Death of a Salesman" has won the Tony Award for best play revival.
A reworked version of the Gershwin opera "Porgy and Bess" has won the Tony Award for best musical revival.
Steve Kazee (kuh-ZEE) has won the Tony Award for best lead actor in a musical for his heartfelt and touching performance in "Once."
The bittersweet musical "Once" and the inventive play "Peter and the Starcatcher" are going head-to-head for the most Tony Awards. Both had four as the night hit its halfway point.
Nina Arianda, a rising star who has won over audiences for two seasons in Tony-nominated parts, has won the Tony for best leading actress in a play.
Audra McDonald has won the Tony Award for best leading actress in a musical.
James Corden, who first made his name on stage in "The History Boys," has won the lead acting Tony Award in a play for his clownish turn in the British import "One Man, Two Guvnors."
"I guess chandeliers have been very, very good to me," she said to a burst of laughter.