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Neil Patrick Harris Goes Bigger With The 2013 Tony Awards! Watch Opening Number & See Complete Winners List HERE!

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Bigger is DEFINITELY better! And no one does it bigger than Neil Patrick Harris, who as usual did an AH-Mazing job hosting the 2013 Tony Awards!

Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see the HIGHlarious, jaw-dropping opening number featuring more singers and dancers than you can fit into a disappearing box! Wha?? All that and Mike Tyson too!

Go, Neil, go!

And in case you missed it, here's a complete list of this years winners:

Best Play - Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang

Best Revival Of A Play - Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee

Best Musical - Kinky Boots

Best Revival Of A Musical - Pippin

Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role In A Play - Tracy Letts in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Best Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role In A Play - Cicely Tyson in The Trip to Bountiful

Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role In A Musical - Billy Porter in Kinky Boots

Best Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role In A Musical - Patina Miller in Pippin

Best Performance By An Actor In A Featured Role In A Play - Courtney B Vance in Lucky Guy

Best Performance By An Actress In A Featured Role In A Play - Judith Light in The Assembled Parties

Best Performance By An Actor In A Featured Role In A Musical - Gabriel Ebert in Matilda the Musical

Best Performance By An Actress In A Featured Role In A Musical - Andrea Martin in Pippin

Best Direction Of A Play - Pam MacKinnon for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Best Direction Of A Musical - Diane Paulus for Pippin

Best Book Of A Musical - Matilda the Musical, Dennis Kelly

Best Original Score (music and/or lyrics) Written for the Theatre - Kinky Boots, music and lyrics: Cyndi Lauper

Best Scenic Design Of A Play - John Lee Beatty for The Nance

Best Scenic Design Of A Musical - Rob Howell for Matilda The Musical

Best Costume Design Of A Play - Ann Roth for The Nance

Best Costume Design Of A Musical - William Ivey Long for Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella

Best Lighting Design Of A Play - Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer for Lucky Guy

Best Lighting Design Of A Musical - Hugh Vanstone for Matilda the Musical

Best Sound Design Of A Play - Leon Rothenberg for The Nance

Best Sound Design Of A Musical - John Shivers for Kinky Boots

Best choreography - Jerry Mitchell for Kinky Boots

Best orchestrations - Stephen Oremus for Kinky Boots

Special Tony award for lifetime achievement in the theatre - Bernard Gersten, Paul Libin, Ming Cho Lee

Regional Theatre Award - Huntington Theatre Company, Boston

Isabelle Stevenson Award - Larry Kramer

Tony honour for excellence in the theatre - Career Transition for Dancers - William Craver, Peter Lawrence, The Lost Colony

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6 comments to “Neil Patrick Harris Goes Bigger With The 2013 Tony Awards! Watch Opening Number & See Complete Winners List HERE!”



  1. 1

    Broadway, the only entertainment medium whereby you really have to have real talent.



  2. 2

    Great show!



  3. 3

    I didn't watch the show because I'm not into Broadway, but NPH is a fabulous entertainer. If anyone on the planet "does gay" right, it's him. He's quietly tactful about it; it's a part of who he is, not his main focus. You could stand to take notes, you hideous ape-faced glitter gay, but you have neither the brains nor the class. You aren't a pimple on the ass of NPH.



  4. 4

    That was AH-wait for it-MAZING!

  5. lou says – reply to this


    5

    If only NPH would host the Oscars.

  6. @v@ says – reply to this


    6

    Re: lou – Agree. His wry sense of humor is just right for Oscar (it's in his eyes), and his talent/abilities haven't nearly been tapped enough yet, imo. This particular number is terrific.