Tony Awards 2017 Free Watch

By | June 11, 2017

Tony Awards 2017 Free Watch. The 71st Annual Tony Awards will be held on June 11, 2017, to recognize achievement in Broadway productions during the 2016–17 season.

Tony Awards 2017 Free Watch

Tony Awards 2017 Free Watch

71st Annual Tony Awards is just a few hours away from the best on Broadway in the 2016-17 season. Tony, winner Kevin Speysi will hold Sunday live show from Radio City Music Hall.

Date: June 11, 2017, 5:00 PM PDT

Other ceremonies: 2016

Host: Kevin Spacey

Location: Radio City Music Hall, New York City, New York, United States

Tony Awards 2017 Free Watch
This weekend the most important night for the theater world, but to catch the presentation, as is the case, can be difficult for some of the west coast of the island. CBS will broadcast the three-hour event promptly at 8 pm. ET on the east coast. Those in the Pacific Ocean can pick up the ceremony at 8 pm. PT in delayed.


CBS All Access will also stream the live stream to its local CBS station, which means that anyone west of the Mississippi still has no river. CBS News will have a special Tonys red carpet at 7 pm. ET.
Other options include Hulu TV, PlayStation Vue and YouTube. These services will also be inhibited in their place.
General Manager Nina Lannan and Alan Wasser have already received Tony Awards for their outstanding achievements. James Erl Dzhons will be presented with a special award this season, Tony for his career. The “Isabelle Stevenson” award in 2017 will be awarded to the original guitarist “A Chorus Line” Baayorku Lee. Musical composition “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” and the play “Oslo” and “Doll House, Part 2” carried the nominations package.

Tony Awards 2017 Free Watch

This year the Tony Awards ceremony, hosted by Kevinom Speysi and read the best Broadway musicals and plays last year, starts at 8 pm. Eastern Time on CBS.

• Unlike last year, when many were absorbed, Tony hit one, “Hamilton”, look for the figures, which will be distributed this year.

• Two original and highly emotional show, “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Come From Far Away,” are candidates for the best new musical, the most coveted leading award.

• Kevin Klayn seems to have won his third, Tony, while Bette Midler is expected to win his first place in the competitive categories (he received a special award in 1974).

• Four American drama compete for best new game award. The main candidates are the “Oslo” and “House of dolls, part 2”.v