“Once” was the unanticipated supreme winner Sunday night at the 66th anuall Tony Awards on Sunday night. The play is based on a tale of two Dublin musicians falling in love. “Once” won best musical, best actor,and six other Tonys in this aggressive year for Broadway honors. Unlike the normal big-budget films and big name star actors and actresses, this year, both “Once” and the play “Peter and the Starcatcher,” were notable for their imaginative drama.
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“Peter and the Starcatcher,” is a prequel to the classic Peter Pan story. It won five Tonys, the most for any straight play this year. However it did fall short of winning the top award in its field which is known as the best-play award. The best-play Tony went to “Clybourne Park,” a satire of race relations by Bruce Norris that also won the Pulitzer Prize for drama last year.
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