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Selections from the Weekend section, including predictions for who will win the Tony Awards on Sunday night.

Tony Predictions: Expect Wins for ‘Kimberly Akimbo’ and ‘Leopoldstadt’
Theater, Today

Our theater reporter talked to one-fifth of the Tony voters ahead of Sunday’s ceremony. Here’s hoping they steered him right.

The Tony Awards, and a Theater Reporter, Go Off Script
Times Insider, Today

Ahead of the 76th Tony Awards, Michael Paulson, a theater reporter for The New York Times, shares what viewers can expect at this year’s ceremony amid a writers’ strike.

As the Tonys Head Uptown, Step Inside the United Palace ‘Dream World’
Theater, June 7

The ceremony honoring Broadway’s top shows and performers will take place at the majestic former “Wonder Theater” in Washington Heights.

Miriam Silverman Is ‘Unafraid of Embracing the Darkness’
Theater, June 6

In “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window,” the Tony Award nominee inhabits her character, a racist Upper Manhattan snob, in all her flaws.

A Tony Nominee Shows Off Her Snug Upper West Side Rental
Real Estate, June 6

Bonnie Milligan, a star of the musical “Kimberly Akimbo,” has been the lucky occupant of a rent-controlled apartment in Manhattan for 15 years.

‘It’s Intoxicating’: 39 Tony-Nominated Performers on Why They Act
Arts & Leisure, June 5

Each year we photograph Tony nominees, and talk with them about their craft. This year we focused on actors.

Robin Wagner, Set Designer Who Won Three Tony Awards, Dies at 89
Obits, May 30

He created sets for more than 50 of Broadway’s most celebrated productions, including “Hair,” “A Chorus Line,” “On the Twentieth Century” and “The Producers.”

5 Shows, 94 Actors, 450 Costumes: Emilio Sosa Dresses Broadway
Arts & Leisure, May 30

With two Tony Award nominations in a single season, this prolific costume designer lets textiles tell the story.

For Lorna Courtney of ‘& Juliet,’ New York Has Always Been Her Stage
Arts & Leisure, May 30

From LaGuardia High School to Broadway, this Tony Award-nominated star has traveled many miles on her journey to theater stardom.

How America’s Playwrights Saved the Tony Awards
Culture, May 23

The screenwriters’ strike threatened next month’s broadcast, a key marketing moment for the fragile theater industry. That’s when leading dramatists sprang into action.

Arian Moayed Plays Creepy Men for Thoughtful Reasons
Arts & Leisure, May 23

In roles in HBO’s “Succession” and “A Doll’s House” on Broadway, politics are never far from mind for the Iranian American actor.

Tony Awards Broadcast Can Proceed After Striking Writers’ Union Agrees
Culture, May 16

The Tony Awards, a key marketing opportunity for Broadway, can go ahead in an altered form after the striking screenwriters’ union said it would not picket this year’s broadcast.

Tony Awards Officials Ask Striking Writers to Reconsider Broadcast
Culture, May 15

The strike by the Writers Guild of America is endangering the June 11 broadcast of the Tony Awards, one of the biggest marketing opportunities for an industry recovering from the pandemic.

Striking Writers’ Union Denies Waiver, Imperiling Tony Awards Telecast
Culture, May 12

The Writers Guild of America indicated it would not grant a waiver to allow a live telecast of the Tonys on June 11, threatening one of Broadway’s biggest marketing moments.

‘A Strange Loop’ Wins Best Musical as Tonys Celebrate Broadway’s Return
Culture, June 13

“The Lehman Trilogy” won best play, “Company” won best musical revival and “Take Me Out” won best revival of a play at the 75th Tony Awards.

The Twisting Trail to the Tonys: ‘Can You Believe That We’re Here?’
Arts & Leisure, May 18

At times it felt like a game of survival. But during a Broadway season unlike any other, productions showed their resourcefulness while learning how to live with Covid.

Most Broadway theaters have ended vaccination checks as coronavirus cases are rising.
Culture, May 9