Just ahead of Broadway's biggest annual evening, see TooFab's guide to everything you need to know about the 2017 Tony Awards.
Here's what we know so far:
When it's on
Hosted by Kevin Spacey, the 71 Tony Awards will be broadcasted live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City at 8 p.m. Eastern Time on CBS.
The casts of “Bandstand,” “Come From Away,” “Dear Evan Hansen,” “Falsettos,””Groundhop Day The Musical,” ”Hello, Dolly!,” “Miss Saigon,” “Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812” and “War Paint,” with an additional performance by The Radio City Rockettes and pervious Tony Award winners Cynthia Erivo and Leslie Odom Jr.
The star-studded evening will include appearances by Scott Bakula, Sara Bareilles, Orlando Bloom, Rachel Bloom, Glen Close, Brian D'Archy James, Cynthia Erivo,Tina Fey, Sutton Foster, Josh Gad, Whoopi Goldberg, Jonathan Groff, Mark Hamill, Taraji P. Henson, Christopher Jackson, Allison Janney, Scarlett Johansson, Anna Kendrick, Keegan-Michael Key, Nick Kroll, John Legend, John Lithgow, Patina Miller, Lin-Manuel Miranda, John Mulaney, David Oyelowo, Chazz Palminteri, Sarah Paulson, Lea Salonga, Tom Sturridge, Tommy Tune, Olivia Wilde, Sally Field, Josh Groban, Bette Midler and Ben Platt.
Unlike Last Year
Many of last year's Tony Awards were snagged by the single smash hit, “Hamilton,” but this year Broadway fans can look forward to the statuettes to be spread out amongst many plays and musicals. “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Come From Away” are the leading nominees with for best new musical, the most coveted prize of the evening. Kevin Kline is expected to win his third Tony, while Bette Midler might have a shot at winning her first in a competitive category.