Bryan Cranston and All The Way win Tony awards
Jun 09, 2014
by Elysa Gardner
published in USA Today on June 9, 2014
NEW YORK — Some big stars were honored, and others acknowledged, at the Tony Awards Sunday night at Radio City Music Hall.
As widely predicted, Neil Patrick Harris earned the Tony for performance by a leading actor in a musical, for his spellbinding portrait of an East German transgender rocker in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, also named best revival of a musical; and Bryan Cranston took the prize for leading actor in a play for his portrayal of LBJ in All The Way, which won best play. (A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, the production that entered with the most nominations, took best musical.) read more