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|Named Person:||Boyd Gaines; Roy Dotrice; Brian Stokes Mitchell; Stephen Dillane; Karen Ziémba; Blair Brown; Heather Headley; Jennifer Ehle; Elton John; Michael Frayn; Cole Porter; Susan Stroman|
|Document Type:||Visual material, Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Rosie O'Donnell; Nathan Lane; Ricky Kirshner; Walter C Miller; Paul Miller; Thomas Meehan; Elliot Lawrence; Jane Krakowski; Jesse L Martin; Megan Mullally; Boyd Gaines; Deborah Yates; Stanley Wayne Mathis; Michael X Martin; Kevin Ligon; Glenn Carter; Tony Vincent; Craig Bierko; Toni Colette; Mandy Patinkin; Patrick Stewart; Dixie Carter; Christopher Walken; Susan Lucci; Matthew Broderick; Carol Burnett; Kathie Lee Gifford; Kelsey Grammer; Sharon Lawrence; Jack Wagner; Kenneth Branagh; Bernadette Peters; Anita Waxman; Roy Dotrice; Blair Brown; Jennifer Ehle; Roger Horchow; Roger Berlind; Stephen Dillane; Michael Frayn; Brian Stokes Mitchell; Karen Ziémba; Heather Headley; André Bishop; American Theatre Wing.; CBS Television Network.
|Notes:||Credits at end of tape.
The earlier portion of this Tony Awards broadcast, during which awards for design, direction, and other achievements were presented, is available on NCOX 1811.
Not all awards presented included in broadcast. For a complete list of recipients see tonyawards.com.
|Credits:||Musical director, Elliot Lawrence.|
|Performer(s):||Host: Rosie O'Donnell.
Special Guest: Nathan Lane.
Presenters: Patrick Stewart, Dixie Carter, Christopher Walken, Susan Lucci, Matthew Broderick, Carol Burnett, Kathie Lee Gifford, Kelsey Grammer, Sharon Lawrence, Jack Wagner, Kenneth Branagh, Bernadette Peters.
|Event notes:||Videotaped by the CBS Television Network at Radio City Music Hall, New York, N.Y., during a live broadcast, June 4, 2000.|
|Description:||1 videocassette (VHS) (90 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.|
|Contents:||Opening Number: A Tony opening / Rosie O'Donnell, Jane Krakowski, Jesse L. Martin, and Megan Mullally. Musicals represented (show, song / performer): Contact: Simply irresistible / Boyd Gaines, Deborah Yates, and Company --
Kiss Me, Kate: Too darn hot / Stanley Wayne Mathis, Michael X. Martin, Kevin Ligon, and Company --
Jesus Christ superstar: Gethsmane [I only want to say], Superstar / Glenn Carter, Tony Vincent, and Company --
The music man: Seventy-six trombones / Craig Bierko and Company; The wild party: Queenie was a blonde, Wild party, Welcome to my party, When it ends, Wild / Toni Colette, Eartha Kitt, Mandy Patinkin, and Company --
Swing!: Throw that girl around, Swing brother, swing, Sing, sing, sing, It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing / Company --
James Joyce's the dead: Parnell's plight / Company. Award recipients (performer, category / show): Boyd Gaines, featured actor / Contact --
Roy Dotrice, featured actor / A moon for the misbegotten --
Brian Stokes Mitchell, actor / Kiss me, Kate --
Stephen Dillane, actor / The real thing --
Karen Ziémba, featured actress / Contact --
Blair Brown, featured actress / Copenhagen --
Heather Headley, actress / Aida --
Jennifer Ehle, actress / The real thing. Award recipients (name, category / show): Lincoln Center Theater, André Bishop, Bernard Gersten, producers, musical / Contact --
Michael Frayn, playwright; Michael Codron, et al., producers, play / Copenhagen --
Roger Berlind and Roger Horchow, producers, musical, revival / Kiss me, Kate --
Anita Waxman, et al., producers, play, revival / The real thing.
|Series Title:||Tony Awards|
|Other Titles:||2000 Tony Awards|
|Responsibility:||produced by Ricky Kirshner ; executive producers, Walter C. Miller and Rosie O'Donnell ; directed by Paul Miller ; written by Thomas Meehan ; originally broadcast on the CBS Television Network.|
- Gaines, Boyd -- Awards.
- Dotrice, Roy, -- 1925- -- Awards.
- Mitchell, Brian Stokes -- Awards.
- Dillane, Stephen -- Awards.
- Ziémba, Karen -- Awards.
- Brown, Blair -- Awards.
- Headley, Heather -- Awards.
- Ehle, Jennifer, -- 1969- -- Awards.
- John, Elton. -- Aida.
- Frayn, Michael. -- Copenhagen.
- Porter, Cole, -- 1891-1964. -- Kiss me Kate.
- Stroman, Susan. -- Contact.
- Tony Awards.
- Broadway theater -- Awards.
- Theater -- New York (State) -- New York.
- Awards -- 1991-2000.