The 65th annual Tony Awards are airing live on CBS Sunday night (June 12) from the Beacon Theatre in New York City and television viewers have a lot to look forward to.
Daniel Radcliffe, currently starring in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” on Broadway, will be on hand to perform one of the show’s most fun numbers, “Brotherhood of Man.” If you want to watch him strut his stuff, don’t be late to the broadcast. He tells the AP, “I think we’re one of the first, if not the first.”
Meanwhile, “How I Met Your Mother” star and stage veteran Neil Patrick Harris is hosting the awards for the second year in a row. He recently told the ladies of “The View” that the Beacon Theatre will be a much more intimate setting than Radio City Music Hall, which is where the awards were held in 2010.
Harris will be part of a performance by various cast members of “Company,” including such stars as Jon Cryer, Christina Hendricks, Stephen Colbert, Patti LuPone, Martha Plimpton and Anika Noni Rose.
It should be a fun couple hours, so tune into to CBS at 8 p.m. ET for all the singing and dancing fun.