NYC PRIDE. Towleroad will be running the live broadcast of NYC Pride this Sunday. Please join us to watch. DEPP DENUNCIATION. White House condemns Johnny Depp: “President Trump has condemned violence in all forms and its sad that others...Show More Summary
“House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey does not seem to think much of President Donald Trump. Whenever comparisons are made between his character, Frank Underwood, and the real life president, he simply brushes it aside. When Spacey appeared on The One Show earlier, he was asked if “House of Cards” is...
Kevin Spacey is set to receive this year's International Emmy Founders Award. The award, which recognizes an individual who crosses cultural boundaries to touch humanity, will be presented to the two-time Oscar-winner at the 45th International Emmy Awards Gala on November 20 in New York City. Show More Summary
Kevin Spacey has an enduring passion for Clarence Darrow, the Chicago lawyer famed for defending the defenseless and the undefendable. Championing the causes of union “anarchists” and transgressive disruptors (his most celebrated case...Show More Summary
No one was expecting Kevin Spacey to host the Tony Awards this year (or any year), but host he did. In Spacey's opening number, he proved a full command of the Broadway geek — no shade — lingo we all expect from someone in command of the Great White Way's evening of the year. Show More Summary
Laughter, they say, is the best medicine. But is it always the antidote we need? Chances are it has rarely, if ever, cured what might ail a young gay person sick with fear while facing the terrifying task of coming out to family andShow More Summary
Your Tonys 2017 Cheat Sheet: 5 Buzzworthy Moments From Theater’s Biggest Night From a "Huh?" opening number to Kevin Spacey finally coming out of the closet — wait, did he? — the Tonys 2017 had some memorable moments Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
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by Christopher Frizzelle At first I thought the problem with the opening number was that Neal Patrick Harris wasn't doing it—in case you've forgotten how good he is, scroll down—or that I didn't know this year's musicals very well. But the problem was also Kevin Spacey. Show More Summary
As hosted by Kevin Spacey, and tangentially, Rachel Bloom, Sunday night’s Tony Awards introduced TV viewers to the best of a Broadway season without a clear Hamilton-like standout. Dear Evan Hansen took home the most trophies, with six wins including Tonys for Best Musical and Best Actor Ben Platt, while ... More »
Damned if Kevin Spacey was going to get through the 2017 Tony Awards without slipping into his “House of Cards” character at least once. When “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda took the stage to announce the year’s Best Musical, he...Show More Summary
After hitting a 15-year ratings high last year, riding Hamilton‘s tidal wave of popularity, the Tony Awards on CBS this year, hosted by Kevin Spacey, drew a modest 4.7 metered market household rating against the deciding game in the Stanley Cup Final. Show More Summary
This year's Tony Awards wasn't afraid to get political. We can't say we're shocked to report this as the award show's host Kevin Spacey is pretty familiar with the world of political corruption as he plays Frank Underwood in the celebrated Netflix series House Of Cards. While the musical performances and the inspiring acceptance speeches were [...]
Image Source: Getty / Theo Wargo Kevin Spacey couldn't host the Tony Awards without doing a House of Cards spoof. During the final award of the night, the actor made an appearance on stage as his famous character, Frank Underwood, as he handed Lin-Manuel Miranda the card for best musical. Show More Summary
The Great White Way celebrated its accomplishments last night with Kevin Spacey as host — and boy was it thrilling! The Tony Awards had big winners and losers, but the music was the real star of the fun evening. Related: Our Tony's Correspondent Iain Armitage Is Young Sheldon! We mean, not only did Mr. Spacey parody some of [...]
Kevin Spacey was the somewhat surprising — though certainly not unqualified — host of the 71st running of the Broadway theater-honoring Tony Awards, broadcast Sunday night from New York’s Radio City Music Hall. Having made his first Broadway appearance 35 years ago and, more recently, serving as...
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Going in there was a sense this was going to be an off year for the Tonys—at least when it came to the host. After all, the duty was ascribed to Kevin Spacey, an actor most renowned for his intense dramatic performances rather than his song and dance chops. Show More Summary
With no Hamilton to electrify the TV audience, the 71st Tony Awards tried hard to generate some excitement Sunday night with first-time host Kevin Spacey and a slew of competitive races that jazzed the Broadway crowd. Whether that fed the national audience, tomorrow’s ratings will reveal. Show More Summary