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Tony Awards 2023 - When And Where To Watch

The 76th Annual Tony Awards, which will honor the best of the 2022-2023 Broadway season, will start in just a few minutes. The Tony Awards 2023 will be held at New York's famous United Palace Theater this year.

Kenzo Norman
Jun 12, 20232287 Shares91467 Views
The 76th Annual Tony Awards, which will honor the best of the 2022-2023 Broadway season, will start in just a few minutes. The Tony Awards 2023 will be held at New York's famous United Palace Theater this year.
The plays that are likely to be performed at this year's Tony Awards are "& Juliet," "Kimberly Akimbo," "New York, New York," "Shucked," "Some Like It Hot," "Into the Woods," "Camelot," "Parade," and "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street."
If you want to watch the pre-show action, you can stream The Tony Awards: Act One for free on Pluto TV starting at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT. Emmy Award winner Julianne Hough and So Help Me Todd star Skylar Astin will co-host the pre-show.

Where To Watch The 2023 Tony Awards?

Curtain up for the 76th annual Tony Awards

On Sunday, June 11, 2023, the Tony Awards will honor the best Broadway shows and artists of the past year. The event will take place in New York City, but not at Radio City or the Beacon Theater. In 2023, the Tony Awards will be held at the United Palace in Washington Heights. Ariana DeBose, who was nominated for a Tony and won an Oscar, will lead the event for the second year in a row. Jack Sussman, the executive vice president of programs, music, live events, and alternative programming at CBS said:
CBS has been the home of the Tony Awards for more than 40 years. We are happy to celebrate the best of theater again this season, and we will continue to support Broadway, the theater community as a whole, and all the amazing artists on stage and behind the scenes who make the shows come to life.- Jack Sussman
Casts from Tony-nominated best musicals and revivals like Camelot, Into the Woods, and Juliet, Kimberly Akimbo, New York, New York, Parade, Shucked, Some Like It Hot, and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street will perform at the show.
Other singers include Joaquina Kalukango, who won a Tony Award, and the casts of A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical, and Funny Girl. There will also be a special performance for Joel Grey and John Kander, who will receive the 2023 Special Tony Awards for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre.
The 2023 Tony Awards will be shown live on CBS and on Paramount+, both in real-time and on demand. If you don't already have a subscription to Paramount+, you can sign up today and try it for free for a week.
The Essential plan of Paramount+ costs $4.99 a month, or $49.99 a year. The Premium plan, which includes live CBS stations, costs $9.99 a month, or $99.99 a year. With Paramount+, you can watch a wide range of TV shows and movies, as well as the NFL on CBS, sports, local CBS stations, and CBSN, which gives you news around the clock. You can also get Paramount+ on Prime Video.
You will be able to watch the Tony Awards on CBS and YouTube TV. On this service, you can also watch FOX, ABC, The CW, Pop, and USA. Overall, there are more than 100 stations to choose from. For the first three months, new users to YouTube TV will only have to pay $65 per month. After that, the price will go up to $73 per month. Before you pay the full price, sign up for a free sample.
Cord-cutters can also watch the ceremony on Hulu + Live TV, Fubo TV, Sling TV, DirecTV, and other live TV streaming services that show a local CBS affiliate. If you want to watch the event but don't want to sign up for a monthly plan, your best choices are Paramount+ and Fubo TV, which both have free samples.
Due to the Writers Guild of America (WGA) strike, the 2023 Tony Awards have had some trouble. Because of this, the event will be shown live on TV without a script. Before the strike started, Lin-Manuel Miranda was asked to write the opening number. After the strike started, he stood with the workers and stopped working on the number. Even though the WGA said there would be no picketing at this year's event, they told their members not to go.

Conclusion

The 76th annual Tony Awards will be held on June 11 at New York City's United Palace. The show will be broadcast live on CBS, so cord-cutters can still watch Broadway's biggest night. The awards show will be split into two parts for the third year in a row. At 6:30 p.m. ET, Julianne Hough and Skylar Austin will host a pre-show that will play live on Pluto TV.
The official event will start right after at 8 p.m. ET, with "West Side Story" actress Ariana DeBose hosting for the second year in a row. The three-hour event will be live-streamed on Paramount+ and shown on CBS. After the livestream, all membership levels will be able to watch the full show whenever they want.
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