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Stephen Schwartz and Kristin Chenoweth | Melanie Votaw Photo
Alessandro Nivola, Patricia Clarkson, and Bradley Cooper starred in “The Elephant Man” on Broadway, and they were all nominated for Tony Awards | Melanie Votaw Photo
Alessandro Nivola, Patricia Clarkson, and Bradley Cooper starred in “The Elephant Man” on Broadway, and they were all nominated for Tony Awards | Melanie Votaw Photo

Broadway’s Tony Awards nominees met the press yesterday morning, April 29, 2015 for photo opps. Check out the gallery below, and click over for the full list of nominees, along with my commentary.

The Tony Awards will air on Sun., June 7 on CBS at 8/7c. Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming will serve as hosts this year.

Any favorites that you’re hoping will take home an award? Leave thoughts in the comments below.

Alessandro Nivola | Melanie Votaw Photo
Alessandro Nivola | Melanie Votaw Photo
Andy Karl is nominated for his hilarious performance in “On the Twentieth Century.” Last season, he played the title role in “Rocky” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Andy Karl is nominated for his hilarious performance in “On the Twentieth Century.” Last season, he played the title role in “Rocky” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Bill Nighy is nominated for the play, “Skylight” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Bill Nighy is nominated for the play “Skylight” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Patricia Clarkson teasingly scolds Bradley Cooper on the red carpet | Melanie Votaw Photo
Patricia Clarkson teasingly scolds Bradley Cooper on the red carpet | Melanie Votaw Photo
Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson, and Alessandro Nivola will take their production of “The Elephant Man” to London | Melanie Votaw Photo
Bradley Cooper, Patricia Clarkson, and Alessandro Nivola will take their production of “The Elephant Man” to London | Melanie Votaw Photo
Bradley Cooper | Melanie Votaw Photo
Bradley Cooper | Melanie Votaw Photo
Brian D’Arcy James of “Smash” is nominated for “Something Rotten!” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Brian D’Arcy James of “Smash” is nominated for “Something Rotten!” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Carey Mulligan stars opposite Bill Nighy in “Skylight” and is also nominated | Melanie Votaw Photo
Carey Mulligan stars opposite Bill Nighy in “Skylight” and is also nominated | Melanie Votaw Photo
Chita Rivera and composer John Kander of “The Visit” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Chita Rivera and composer John Kander of “The Visit” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Chita Rivera and composer John Kander of “The Visit” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Chita Rivera and composer John Kander of “The Visit” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Christian Borle of “Smash” is nominated for his rock ‘n roll portrayal of Shakespeare in “Something Rotten!” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Christian Borle of “Smash” is nominated for his rock ‘n roll portrayal of Shakespeare in “Something Rotten!” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Elisabeth Moss of “Mad Men” is nominated for “The Heidi Chronicles” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Elisabeth Moss of “Mad Men” is nominated for “The Heidi Chronicles” | Melanie Votaw Photo
The lead character in the musical, “Fun Home” is played at three different ages. The actresses are all nominated – Emily Skeggs, Sydney Lucas, and Beth Malone | Melanie Votaw Photo
The lead character in the musical “Fun Home” is played at three different ages. The actresses are all nominated – Emily Skeggs, Sydney Lucas, and Beth Malone | Melanie Votaw Photo
Helen Mirren is nominated for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in “The Audience” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Helen Mirren is nominated for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in “The Audience” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Composer and lyricist of “Fun Home” Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron | Melanie Votaw Photo
Composer and lyricist of “Fun Home” Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron | Melanie Votaw Photo
Kelli O’Hara is nominated for “The King and I” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Kelli O’Hara is nominated for “The King and I” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Ken Watanabe and Kelli O’Hara are getting a lot of buzz for their performances in “The King and I” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Ken Watanabe and Kelli O’Hara are getting a lot of buzz for their performances in “The King and I” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Ken Watanabe is also nominated for “The King and I” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Ken Watanabe is also nominated for “The King and I” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Kristin Chenoweth, who is nominated for “On the Twentieth Century,” jokes around on the red carpet | Melanie Votaw Photo
Kristin Chenoweth, who is nominated for “On the Twentieth Century,” jokes around on the red carpet | Melanie Votaw Photo
Kristin Chenoweth will also cohost the Tony Awards this year with Alan Cumming. She wasn’t speaking while on the red carpet because she has been sick, so she mouthed her words in animated fashion | Melanie Votaw Photo
Kristin Chenoweth will also cohost the Tony Awards this year with Alan Cumming. She wasn’t speaking while on the red carpet because she has been sick, so she mouthed her words in animated fashion | Melanie Votaw Photo
Max von Essen is nominated for “An American in Paris” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Max von Essen is nominated for “An American in Paris” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Micah Stock is nominated for “It’s Only a Play” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Micah Stock is nominated for “It’s Only a Play” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Michael Cerveris is nominated for “Fun Home” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Michael Cerveris is nominated for “Fun Home” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Patricia Clarkson | Melanie Votaw Photo
Patricia Clarkson | Melanie Votaw Photo
Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope are nominated for “An American in Paris” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Robert Fairchild and Leanne Cope are nominated for “An American in Paris” | Melanie Votaw Photo
A “Wicked” reunion: composer Stephen Schwartz and Kristin Chenoweth embrace on the red carpet | Melanie Votaw Photo
A “Wicked” reunion: composer Stephen Schwartz and Kristin Chenoweth embrace on the red carpet | Melanie Votaw Photo
Stephen Schwartz and Kristin Chenoweth | Melanie Votaw Photo
Stephen Schwartz and Kristin Chenoweth | Melanie Votaw Photo
Stephen Schwartz, renowned composer of “Wicked,” “Pippin,” “Godspell,” and many Disney movies | Melanie Votaw Photo
Stephen Schwartz, renowned composer of “Wicked,” “Pippin,” “Godspell,” and many Disney movies | Melanie Votaw Photo
Sting is nominated as the composer of “The Last Ship.” He pointed out his Tony Awards pin and said, “This is all I’m gonna get.” Since “The Last Ship” did not last long, he’s apparently not expecting to win in his category | Melanie Votaw Photo
Sting is nominated as the composer of “The Last Ship.” He pointed to his Tony Awards pin and said, “This is all I’m gonna get.” Since “The Last Ship” did not last long, he’s apparently not expecting to win in his category | Melanie Votaw Photo
Tommy Tune is receiving a Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre | Melanie Votaw Photo
Tommy Tune is receiving a Special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre | Melanie Votaw Photo
Tony Yasbeck is a triple-threat singer/dancer/actor nominated for “On the Town” | Melanie Votaw
Tony Yasbeck is a triple-threat singer/dancer/actor nominated for “On the Town” | Melanie Votaw
Victoria Clark is the only nominee from the revival of “Gigi” | Melanie Votaw Photo
Victoria Clark is the only nominee from the revival of “Gigi” | Melanie Votaw Photo
William Ivey Long is perhaps the most renowned costume designer on Broadway | Melanie Votaw Photo
William Ivey Long is perhaps the most renowned costume designer on Broadway | Melanie Votaw Photo
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