Here’s What Went Down on the Tony Awards Red Carpet
We were on the rainbow red carpet at the 2019 Tony Awards, and here’s what the stars and nominees were up to.
Jeremy Pope brought his parents.
The two-time Tony Award nominee for “Ain’t Too Proud” and “Choir Boy” performed twice on the broadcast, and he walked the carpet with this parents.
Billy Porter made a red carpet statement.
The Tony winner for “Kinky Boots” wore a lavish pink and red gown made from the “Kinky Boots” curtain.
Find someone who looks at you the way Sebastian Arcelus looks at Stephanie J. Block.
Tony Award winner Block, who received the leading actress in a musical trophy for her performance in “The Cher Show,” walked the red carpet with her husband Arcelus. At the end of her speech, she said, “If you ever leave me, I’m going with you,” and Arcelus mouthed back, “I love you.”
Judith Light was serving looks.
The recipient of the Isabelle Stevenson Award for her work with the LGBTQ+ community always knows how to work a red carpet.
Santino Fontana cradled his baby girl.
The Tony Award winner for his performance in “Tootsie” walked the red carpet with his wife, Jessica Fontana, and he cradled her baby bump. In his speech, Fontana said he can’t wait for their daughter to come.
Besties Rachel Brosnahan and Rachel Sussman walked the carpet together.
The star of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and the “What the Constitution Means to Me” producer have been friends since college, and they paired up on the red carpet.
Catherine O’Hara dressed on theme.
The “Schitt’s Creek” star is one of the original stars of the movie “Beetlejuice,” and she wore the perfect Marc Jacobs dress to introduce the musical’s performance on the telecast.
Tina Fey wore a sparkly pantsuit.
The “Mean Girls” scribe brought the sparkle.
Jordan Roth and Richie Jackson celebrated their anniversary.
The “Hadestown” and “Torch Song” producers met at the Tony Awards during a commercial break, and they celebrate their anniversary every year.
“The Ferryman” children came to party.
The young members of “The Ferryman” cast brought their red carpet best to the show.
Taylor Mac slayed on the red carpet.
The “Gary” playwright wore a unique look created by Mac’s frequent collaborator Machine Dazzle.
Aaron Tveit made us so excited for “Moulin Rouge.”
Tveit wore an Alexander McQueen look inspired by his character Christian in “Moulin Rouge,” which starts performances on Broadway later this month. We cannot wait.