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Broadway's 'Matilda' - Tonys Performance 2013 (Video)

Broadway's 'Matilda' - Tonys Performance 2013 (Video)

The cast of Matilda the Musical performs a medley of songs during the 2013 Tony Awards held at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday (June 9) in New York City.

The show has already picked up two awards – Best Book of a Musical and Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical for Gabriel Ebert, who plays Mr. Wormwood.

The four young girls who rotate in the role of Matilda – Sophia Gennusa, Oona Laurence, Bailey Ryon, and Milly Shapiro – received special Tony Awards for Excellence in Theatre as they were not eligible.


‘Matilda’ – Tonys Performance 2013
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3 Responses to “Broadway's 'Matilda' - Tonys Performance 2013 (Video)”

  1. 1
    TheDudeAbides Says:

    Those four teen hotties in the musical Blue Hawaii come to mind.

  2. 2
    kaleezzee Says:

    did bertie carvel win? wow matilda looks like a young fiona apple

    http://cautwomen.blogspot.com/2013/04/agatha-trunchbull.html

  3. 3
    55vineyard Says:

    Thanks for your very comprehensive coverage of these awards. Was hoping to see more coverage, but your site has the best I have seen. TY.

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