"Bombshell" and "Hit List" lead the Tony nominations with twelve and thirteen nominations respectively. Some things seem a certainty at tonight's awards ceremony, primarily that Derek, who has three individual nominations, will win nothing as he is now seen as persona non grata by the Broadway community after his public announcement of his casting couch process, the latest which led to Ana's firing and Daisy's hiring, and that he will not attend the ceremony. Since he made that announcement, he has been in hiding in his apartment, with none of his closest confidantes being able to get him out of his funk. In part because of Derek's situation, Ivy is uncertain if she will tell him that she's pregnant. Based on advice from Ivy, Karen and the "Hit List" cast decide to hold a revolt against Daisy at the Tony ceremony, their tactic which may backfire on them. The one person who may not be involved at all is Jimmy, who has decided not to attend the ceremony, but which he has told no one or ... Written by
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Despite being a primary plot point in several episodes prior to this one, the category of Best Director is curiously bypassed at the Tony Awards, leaving viewers to wonder whether Tom or Derek won. See more
I'd like to thank my mother, Leigh Conroy- the magnificent Leigh Conroy- for giving me the greatest gift. And that is a life in the theater. I can only hope that, one day, I can give that gift to my children. For me, there is nothing more magical than that moment right as the lights go down and the crowd is waiting in silence with anticipation for the show to begin. It's a moment full of hope and full of possibilities. So I'd like to thank the audience for coming and for believing, as I do, ...
References Imitation of Life
Broadway, Here I Come
Performed by Megan Hilty
, Katharine McPhee
, & Jeremy Jordan See more