Top Stories

Michelle Williams' 'Cabaret' Co-Star Alan Cumming Will Perform at the Tony Awards!

Michelle Williams' 'Cabaret' Co-Star Alan Cumming Will Perform at the Tony Awards!

Michelle Williams leaves a building in the downtown area of New York City on Thursday afternoon (May 29).

The 33-year-old actress is currently starring on Broadway in the revival of the musical Cabaret through the rest of the year. She was snubbed of a Tony nomination for her performance and we think she was robbed!

Michelle‘s co-star Alan Cumming, who won the Tony for his work in the show’s last revival and was therefore ineligible this time around, will perform at the awards ceremony next weekend. Can’t wait to see what he does (we’re guessing the title number!).

Like Just Jared on Facebook
michelle williams alan cumming cabaret tony awards 01
michelle williams alan cumming cabaret tony awards 02
michelle williams alan cumming cabaret tony awards 03

JJ Links Around The Web

Wenn

15 Comments

# 1

Michelle williams looks like miss piggy

# 2
Amy Lee Christian @ 05/30/2014 at 11:53 pm

I never really understood the buzz about this below average actress.

# 3

Well you’d be guessing wrong! Why would he sing ‘Cabaret’? That’s Michelle’s song. He’ll sing Wilkommen, like he did last time. It’s their go-to number with Alan.

# 4

One of the best actresses working today!

# 5

@Amy Lee Christian: Clearly you never saw Wendy and Lucy.

# 6

Cannot agree with you on that JJ. She just had fierce competition!

# 7
What a great mom! @ 05/31/2014 at 7:03 am

I wonder where Matilda is, probably with her new yearlong daddy now after Michelle’s latest break up with her artist boyfriend. That poor kid, so many daddies to get used to, what’s the count, five, six?

# 8

michelle is a great mom, who are you to judge her ? do you know her ? michelle dated only three guys ( spike jonze, jason segel and dustin yellin, the others are just rumors ) since heath’s death.

# 9

@What a great mom!: I think it’s up to 5 now. Jason Segel, Spike Jonze, Dustin Yellin, Cary Fukunaga (sp?) and a cinematographer that worked on the Oz movie.
It’s a bit much for a mother with a 1/2orphan child, but that’s her business. What I find worrying is that she brings all these strange men, some of them drug users and alcoholics around her daughter. If she knows she’s not going to date them longer than 6 months why does she let them not only meet Matilda but spend time alone with her.
She may be a good mother in other aspects but this is irresponsible of her and very unhealthy for her daughter especially since she doesn’t have her real father in her life. She should stop letting every man she dates for a few months around her daughter.

@JJ
no she was not snubbed. did you read the middling reviews she got???

Sandy3104 @ 05/31/2014 at 2:55 pm

She has a face of a b***h

@Jane:
IA. It makes me so sad for Heath Ledger to know all these drunks and druggies have Michelle’s permission to spend time with his little girl who he loved so much when he, her father, wasn’t allowed to see her before he died supposedly because of his drug use (in reality she was being spiteful because he dumped her and jealous because he fell hard for Gemma Ward) which broke his heart. It takes a nasty person to do that. She must be so happy with herself.

The title number of “Cabaret”…is “Cabaret.” Which Alan Cumming doesn’t sing? You say she was robbed for a Tony nom so you’re stating that you’ve seen the show, but you don’t know that “Cabaret” is her 11 o’clock number? GUD JURNILIZM.

@kat:

I work for Roundabout and have seen her in the show four times. Some reviews were middling, but reviews from smart pubs – i.e. The New Yorker – understand that her performance isn’t meant to mimic Liza or Natasha Richardson (as Ben Brantley of the Times so idiotically wrote). She’s basing her character off of the ORIGINAL Sally Bowles, as written in Christopher Isherwood’s novel. Critics don’t like it because it’s “different” from what they’ve seen, but I’ve seen all Tony-nominated shows (and actresses) this year and Michelle is one of the only women who can actually act, aside from Jessie Mueller of “Beautiful.” The others are playing to the balcony and all but winking for the recognition (especially Idina Menzel, who breaks character roughly 9 billion times in the horrible “If/Then”). They’re abysmal, but were nominated because of who they are – legendary Broadway leading ladies. Michelle was most definitely snubbed.

@Lauren: Can’t agree, I’ve seen all the ladies who are nominated, all were better than Michelle, she did not get Sally and she just doesn’t know how to act in the stage. Idina Menzel got way better reviews, so the critics agree with me.

Comment and Share!








You have of 5,000 characters left.

A Member of Townsquare Entertainment News | Advertise here