The 66th Annual Tony Awards (2012) Poster

(2012 TV Special)


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Cote de Pablo: Our next nominee for Best Revival of a Musical has been re-envisioned in a new authentic Latin production. Starring the first Argentinian actress to play the title role on Broadway, it also stars a Grammy winning sensation as Ché, the narrator, who tells the unforgettable story of her rise from the Argentinian slums to the presidential palace. The most powerful woman in Latin America, she was adored as a champion for the poor and women's rights. But ache for greed, ruthless ambition, and death at thirty-three made her one of history's most alluring figures. Now please welcome Elena Roger, Ricky Martin, and the company of "Evita".

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Neil Patrick Harris: Well, that's it! Congratulations to all our winners. I usually close the show with a song, but I've just been told we're running over, which is a shame, because... I don't know, it was a good one. But...

Neil Patrick Harris: [singing] If I had time, I'd sing a little song recapping these awards. / A jazzy ditty set to introspective chords / With lyrics that would cite / Who won and lost tonight / With jokes we'd have to write mid-show. / They'd all be on-topic and each one would rhyme / But there's no time. / If I had time, I'd say how "Once" won once, won twice, then "Once" won more. / In fact, it pretty much won everything but Score. / How "Clybourne Park" took Play, / We made Hugh Jackman's day, / Is Harvey Fierstein gay? Who knows? / Then joke that Mike Nichols had just earned his "dime" / But there's no time. / I'd mention Judith and Judy and Tracie as Judy / And Audra, I know, what a shock! / Ferris with flappers and Christian's kidnappers / And Christians who rolled with the flock. / Oh, jeez, did those Jesuses rock! / Oh, what a crime that due to certain people's speeches running long / You'll never get a chance to hear my clever song. / Although, I could ask Les, / The head of CBS, / Hey, Les, do you say yes or no? / The network has spoken. / It's telling me I'm / Completely out of...

Director: And we are clear! Thank you, everyone! That's a wrap!

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