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who won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Leading Actor in a Musical for his role as Aaron Burr in Hamilton and Katharine McPhee the American Idol star who made her Broadway debut as the lead in Waitress in April Both fresh off of Broadway runs Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban will host the 72nd Annual Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on Sunday June 10 With no clear front-runners like Hamilton or Dear Evan Hansen the 2018 Tony Awards are a wide-open playing field Congratulations to all the Tony Nominees and all the Non-nominees and everyone who fell in love with working on the school play AND THEN ACTUALLY GETS TO KEEP DOING IT IN REAL LIFE How f*ckin lucky and talented you are all of you Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) May 1 2018 Here’s the complete list of nominations for the 2018 Tony Awards Best Musical The Bands Visit Frozen Mean Girls Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Best Play The Children Farinelli and the King Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Junk Latin History for Morons Best Revival of a Musical Carousel My Fair Lady Once on This Island Best Revival of a Play Angels in America The Iceman Cometh Lobby Hero Three Tall Women Travesties Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical Lauren Ambrose My Fair Lady Hailey Kilgore Once on This Island LaChanze Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Katrina Lenk The Bands Visit Taylor Louderman Mean Girls Jessie Mueller Carousel Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical Harry Hadden-Paton My Fair Lady Joshua Henry Carousel Tony Shalhoub The Bands Visit Ethan Slater Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical Ariana DeBose Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Renée Fleming Carousel Lindsay Mendez Carousel Ashley Park Mean Girls Diana Rigg My Fair Lady Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical Norbert Leo Butz My Fair Lady Alexander Gemignani Carousel Grey Henson Mean Girls Gavin Lee Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Ariel Stachel The Bands Visit Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play Andrew Garfield Angels in America Tom Hollander Travesties Jamie Parker Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Mark Rylance Farinelli and the King Denzel Washington The Iceman Cometh Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play Glenda Jackson Three Tall Women Condola Rashad Saint Joan Lauren Ridloff Children of a Lesser God Amy Schumer Meteor Shower Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play Anthony Boyle Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Michael Cera Lobby Hero Brian Tyree Henry Lobby Hero Nathan Lane Angels in America David Morse The Iceman Cometh Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play Susan Brown Angels in America Noma Dumezweni Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Deborah Findlay The Children Denise Gough Angels in America Laurie Metcalf Three Tall Women Best Direction of a Musical Michael Arden Once on This Island David Cromer The Bands Visit Tina Landau Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Casey Nicholaw Mean Girls Bartlett Sher My Fair Lady Best Direction of a Play Marianne Elliott Angels in America Joe Mantello Three Tall Women Patrick Marber Travesties John Tiffany Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two George C Wolfe The Iceman Cometh Best Choreography Christopher Gattelli My Fair Lady Christopher Gattelli Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Steven Hoggett Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Casey Nicholaw Mean Girls Justin Peck Carousel Best Book of a Musical Tina Fey Mean Girls Kyle Jarrow Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Jennifer Lee Frozen Itamar Moses The Bands Visit Best Original Score Robert Lopez & Kristen Anderson-Lopez Frozen Jeff Richmond & Nell Benjamin Mean Girls Adrian Sutton Angels in America David Yazbek The Bands Visit The Composers of Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Best Scenic Design of a Play Miriam Buether Three Tall Women Jonathan Fensom Farinelli and the King Christine Jones Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Santo Loquasto The Iceman Cometh Ian MacNeil & Edward Pierce Angles in America Best Scenic Design of a Musical Dane Laffrey Once on This Island Scott Pask The Bands Visit Scott Pask Finn Ross & Adam Young Mean Girls Michael Yeargan My Fair Lady David Zinn Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Best Costume Design of a Play Jonathan Fensom Farinelli and the King Nicky Gillibrand Angels in America Katrina Lindsay Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Ann Roth Three Tall Women Ann Roth The Iceman Cometh Best Costume Design of a Musical Gregg Barnes Mean Girls Clint Ramos Once on This Island Ann Roth Carousel David Zinn Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Catherine Zuber My Fair Lady Best Lighting Design of a Play Neil Austin Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Paule Constable Angels in America Jules Fisher & Peggy Eisenhauer The Iceman Cometh Paul Russell Farinelli and the King Ben Stanton Junk Best Lighting Design of a Musical Kevin Adams Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Jules Fisher & Peggy Eisenhauer Once on This Island Donald Holder My Fair Lady Brian MacDevitt Carousel Tyler Micoleau The Bands Visit Best Sound Design of a Musical Kai Harada The Bands Visit Peter Hylenski Once on This Island Scott Lehrer Carousel Brian Ronan Mean Girls Walter Trarbach and Mike Dobson Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical Best Sound Design of a Play Adam Cork Travesties Ian Dickinson for Autograph Angels in America Gareth Fry Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two Tom Gibbons 1984 Dan Moses Schreier The Iceman Cometh Best Orchestrations John Clancy Mean Girls Tom Kitt Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical AnnMarie Milazzo & Michael Starobin Once on This Island Jamshied Sharifi The Bands Visit Jonathan Tunick Carousel This list will be updated as the nominations are announced Contact us at [email protected] will come to a tearful end on Jan 29 after six emotional seasons on NBC The show has been the work of a large ensemble but its hard not to pinpoint Lauren Grahams efforts as a standout Graham joined the cast as single mom Sarah Braverman in 2010 after the show had already been picked up by the network and found a way to bring a positive spin to the characters ongoing trials and tribulations The actress wrapped Gilmore Girls in 2007 a series that remains her most iconic work and appeared in movies like Evan Almighty and Because I Said So in the interim As Parenthood draws to a close with its final episodes kicking off Jan 8 Graham is looking forward to taking time off before beginning a new series She co-wrote the new endeavor Kate On Later with Liz Tuccillo a comedy that will center on the world of late-night network television talk shows We visited Graham on the set of Parenthood during one of its final episodes to discuss what it means for this show to find its ending and what its meant for Graham as an actress as well as what she thinks of Gilmore Girls all these years later TIME: How do you feel about Parenthood coming to an end Lauren Graham: Its very strange Its like any big life moment its hard to feel it all We had our celebration for the 100th episode recently and Ron Howard was there which is the second time Ive ever seen him so you know it was a big day That felt like something Its nice that we know its the end so we can treasure these last days Gilmore Girls was just yanked away I got a phone call when I was sitting in a restaurant The guy came over and was like "Excuse me are you Lauren Graham Your agent is on the phone" My agent said "Its over" I didnt get to say goodbye to anybody It was a very abrupt end so this is preferable You get to actually wrap up the story Yeah exactly With Gilmore Girls we did an episode that could be the end but thats not how you want to say goodbye to characters youve lived with for such a long time Hopefully this will be satisfying for people MORE: TIME’s Review of Parenthood Premiere This show has now been an integral part of your daily life for six seasons What is it like to not have that anymore Thats the life of an actor You have these connections and then its goodbye Its unrealistic to take all of them with you This is unique in that there are a number of people who I dont even think of as part of the show Theyre just part of my life It eases the transition I guess There are people I know I will see But its also exciting Part of the actor thing too is that you play pretend at something for a while and then you get to tell a new story Beside the panic of never working again the excitement of the possibilities is great too Maura Tierney was originally cast as Sarah Braverman but had to drop out of the role to focus on treatment for breast cancer Youre now very strongly identified with the character but is it strange that you were never meant to be her It was painful It was a hard thing to be excited about a new job but also be asked about someones personal life which I never comment on It was unusual But I just felt fortunate to have an opportunity to play this character I didnt know what I wanted to do [after Gilmore Girls] and some of the stuff I tried didnt work Honestly Parenthood was not what I planned I didnt plan to do another drama I didnt plan to play a single mom I didnt plan even to do an ensemble show But I hadnt found anything I liked as much I just connected to the show But thats the funny thing about this business you have to make a plan and then be open to it not working out What do you like about Sarah as a character At times its been frustrating I was drawn to her because shes an opposite to what Id done on TV before It appealed to my dramatic actor part of me Where Lorelei Gilmore had a positive spin on everything this was someone who felt tired and had really struggled That was appealing to me having done something that was peppy and heroic But I would rail against that I didnt want her to struggle anymore I would get frustrated on the characters behalf Over the years I tried to bring her into a more positive place and really develop the relationships with the kids Shes doing better this season especially in her romantic relationships which have been frustrating to watch her struggle with over the past seasons Yeah Thats something Ive railed against too In a way of course everyone is looking for love but I didnt want her to be defined by whether shes happy with a man I did have quite a parade of different guest actors I got to play with on the show I think there will be resolution in that finally Do you feel satisfied with the ending Sarah gets on the show I think its satisfying but I think its a little polarizing There are people who have liked her with different guys But this makes sense The other side of getting to do an ending is that everyone has an opinion about what it should be including myself and the writers and the other actors Its raised the anxiety As nice as it will be to have an ending its also very personal MORE: Comedy Show Starring Lauren Graham in the Works Is there one scene over the course of the series that was the most memorable to shoot They sort of all blur I love the dynamic with the kids We were all talking about a scene the other day where Im trying to tell them about drugs and alcohol and the evils and theyre making fun of me behind my back We had a great time in the car doing that In another partially because Peter [Krause] directed the episode were looking through Jason Ritters yearbook and Peter had the idea to put him in a dorky wrestling outfit We laughed and laughed Everybody contributes on this show and some of those little innovations have made things special I always like all the family scenes too which is every directors nightmare because you cant get anybody to shut up Parenthood is notorious for making everyone cry every week often because the actors are put in such emotional circumstances How difficult is it to channel that Its completely unbelievable to me that the show or myself is known for that because I went through most of drama school never crying I always saw myself as a comedic actor and wacky best friend I never imagined I would be in this situation Part of it is the show does it to you In the beginning I worried it was too much like "Do people cry this much in their real lives" But the emotional charge of these scenes is actually so high that Im not trying to cry In fact this season and last season Im trying not to be emotional because I dont want to be manipulative if its not truthful and doesnt belong But I do appreciate that its something to look forward I feel the fans have embraced that as "Heres my hour where I can identify with these people but its not me so I can enjoy crying or enjoy having an emotional release" Thats our jobs as storytellers to make a connection Im proud of that Its become like a club Do you still see yourself as a comedic actress I do yeah Thats just the way I come in to most things with "Whats funny about this" If I make additions or changes to scenes thats what it is Im trying to lighten it That’s why I think Lorelei was such a fun character for me because that athletic language and take on things is what I like But now I will do a half-hour comedy show What do you hope Parenthoods legacy will be in television and pop culture This show is about all the iconic moments of life birth death marriage conflict loss hope joy In each of these characters we have some moments that most people or many people go through in life Here are all the things that life might bring and here are some people either succeeding or failing I dont know why shows about that are so few and far between It takes a unique combination to just make stories about people interesting enough with no crimes to solve or law cases Its relatable Its a show about family There truly are not a lot of shows on TV right now that are this sincere Theres so much more out there so how do you get someones attention You can do it by plot twists and turns or elements of magic or giant worlds like Game of Thrones So the competition for attention is huge Everybody wants noisy And thats not what I want Shows like this are hard to sell They trusted [creator] Jason [Katims] because he had done that on a successful popular show like Friday Night Lights which was basically about peoples lives Gilmore Girls which was also notably sincere recently came out on Netflix Have you paid attention to the massive response thats gotten Yeah Its so gratifying We didnt have that streaming then I knew things live on in reruns but even that was sort of a shock when younger girls would talk about it and had found it Its like 150 episodes of a show thats basically happy warm-hearted and a fun world in this world of zombies and vampires and really gruesome shows to binge-watch Theres a nostalgia for spending time in a happier kinder land MORE: All 153 Episodes of Gilmore Girls Are Coming to Netflix Do you look back on Gilmore Girls as something that defined you as an actress Yeah and happily so I didnt realize then how perfect a fit that was for me in terms of material and sensibility As much as I have loved this job and this character [on Parenthood] I feel like Gilmore Girls was just a special match Its hard to find a writer with that specific of a voice Im super thankful to have had it How much are you like Lorelei as a person No one talks that much or that long but its that thing where you read something and it just clicks Its like music I could hear what [creator] Amy [Sherman-Palladino] intended and it made complete sense to me I remember an interview with Christopher Reeve where he said "I choose my jobs based on the feeling that I cant stand the thought of anyone else doing it" And thats how I felt with that Its a rare chemistry Theres still a debate over which boyfriend Rory should have ended up with Do you have a favorite Rory boyfriend Well no of course not because my career would end I always loved Jared Padalecki as Dean because it was those early years and they were so sweet together and it was first love But I loved Milo [Ventimiglia] and Matt [Czuchry] too Both as people and as good matches in their characters for her But I cant pick one or it would be every headline on the Internet You published a novel Someday Someday Maybe last year Are you continuing to write fiction Im working on a second book thats like a sequel that takes place in LA The character has her first TV series What Im going for in that book is everything that happens before youre truly famous Im so much more interested in those steps and missteps that go into that I like the idea of her being in her first series but still nobody knows who she is What I remember about coming to LA is that suddenly work was as big a presence in my life as my life itself My work took up all this time and space and it shifts your relationship I always think "How did I have the guts to keep going and have this job" How soon will that book come out Well it supposed to be out late spring or early summer Im not finished My editor is having heart attacks What do you think has given you the confidence and the courage to continue to pursue acting no matter what I love doing it so much that I was fighting for the chance to do it for the living Theres a voice that overpowers the one that says "You cant do this" If something didnt work I would get a new teacher or take another class or take another turn Every roadblock I would try to find a way around But it was hard Things just came together in the way they sometimes do when I came out to LA It started being easier I got enough practice and confidence that it became easier I dont know how people do it now We didnt have all these things like American Idol that make fame look like the prize I didnt ever think about becoming known Im so thankful not to have had because it kept me focused on "What am working at" not the exterior of "How does it look and what am I getting" Do you feel good about where you are now The nature of this work is that theres always something new to learn and more to grow I think theres a fear of being satisfied And I am satisfied but I have so much more I want to do Read next: Comedy Show Starring Lauren Graham in the Works The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Listen to the most important stories of the day Contact us at [email protected] and so did the revivals of Angels in America and Carousel. according to multiple officials familiar with the dispute. although the EPA is not in charge of the regulations.

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