That's right, Trey Parker and Matt Stone took to the stage to poke fun at the Broadway scene, and after doing so HIGHlariously, they announced that the 2012 Tony Award for Best Musical was awarded to the beautiful love story, beating out Leap Of Faith, Newsies, and Nice Work If You Can Get It!
The actress won the 2012 Tony Award for Best Performance By An Actress In A Featured Role In A Musical for her work in Nice Work If You Can Get It, beating out Elizabeth A. Davis, Jayne Houdyshell, Jessie Mueller, and Da'Vine Joy Randolph!
Another first win this evening, alongside a record-breaking SIXth!
While a lot of the focus of the 2012 Tony Awards goes to the actors for their performances and their respected nominated pieces, the accolade for Best Direction of a Musical went to first-timer John Tiffany for his gorgeous work on Once!
However, right after, Mike Nichols won his sixth award for Best Direction of a Play for his equally brilliant work on the revival of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman!
A feelgood fun time! That's the best way to describe the crowd-pleasing new musical Nice Work If You Can Get It, starring the feelgood and crowd-pleasing Matthew Broderick!
The show is a new comedic piece based on songs from the Gershwins ample catalog, and it was skillfully written by Joe DiPietro.
Kathleen Marshall did a fine job in directing the show. Safe but satisfying!
Broderick did a superb job of playing an adult Ferris Bueller. And it was so fun to watch him having so much fun on stage. Unfortunately, the same could not be said for Kelli O'Hara, who is very talented but very miscast in her role as the female love interest.
Unfortunately, Sutton Foster was not available. SHE would have been perfect in that role!
O'Hara failed to bring a twinkle in her eye and a dazzle in her step. Instead of Nice Work, she would be much better suited to play Maria in a revival of The Sound Of Music!
Robyn Hurder, on the other hand, had a small role but made THE MOST of it and made us wish she played Broderick's main counterpart instead!
Judy Kaye and Michael McGrath were also great. But the real breakout star of the show and our favorite performance easily was Jennifer Laura Thompson, who was sooooo fun! She reminded us a lot of Kristin Chenoweth! It was no surprise, then, when we read in our Playbill that Thompson was the first to replace Cheno in Wicked on Broadway.
We have instantly fallen in love with Jennifer Laura Thompson! And we also are excited to see what Robyn Hurder does next!
Oh, and Sound Of Music with Kelli O'Hara is a really good idea, if we do say so ourselves! Ha
Back in 2014, the eldest Duggar daughters -- Jana, Jill, Jessa and Jinger -- released an advice book.
Growing Up Duggar gave tips on all sorts of relationships, including ones with friends, parents, and even siblings.
Given the recent disclosure that eldest Duggar child Josh Duggarmolested his sisters twelve years ago, it's safe to assume at least one (and potentially all) of the book's authors was his victim (as most of the other Duggar daughters weren't even born at that time).
In a story you'll see on PerezHilton.com first, there's a whole chapter entitled "Your Relationship With Your Siblings" devoted to the topic, including brother-sister relationships. Did the eldest daughters hint at the molestation in their book? Check out these excerpts and decide:
In the first part of the chapter, the sisters (who write collectively) talk about reacting to siblings who "misbehave" or "treat [them] unfairly."