How could a performance so brilliant eight times a week on Broadway be so weirdly off at the tonys?
But self-interested voters use the tonys to sell seats on Broadway and get buzz for shows heading to road tours.
One can only hope her outfit for the tonys will bring her the same amount of attention—and many more years of work.
Hugh Jackman turned the Oscars into the tonys, with glitzy musical-theater camp numbers.
The tonys were a riot of musical numbers and emotional speeches.
Heaven grant (but I have my misgivings) that some such fatality may not be over these 'tonys.'
They did not come from Miss Latimers toe-joints; nor from his or tonys.
At length, just as Carroll handed up to Chapin a nicely done sausage, tonys principal tormentor turned to him.
They would go to tonys house, and there he would talk to her.
He had already left the ranks, and grinned at Maccario suggestively as he laid a bottle of red wine in tonys hands.
1877, American English slang, from high-toned. It was the name of a reddish-brown fashion color in the 1920s.
1947, awards given by American Theatre Wing (New York), from nickname of U.S. actress, manager, and producer Antoinette Perry (1888-1946).