Looking star Jonathan Groff and Elementary actress Lucy Liu will announce the nominees for the 68th annual Tony Awards on Tuesday, April 29.
Both stars have a certified theater pedigree: Groff is well-known to theater fans for roles in Spring Awakening (which earned him a Tony nomination) and Hair, as well as on screen in Glee and Frozen (that little Disney indie you might have heard about). Meanwhile, Liu made her Broadway debut in 2010 replacing Hope Davis in the Tony-winning comedy God of Carnage.
The 68th Tony Awards, hosted by Hugh Jackman, will air June 8 on CBS, and if this season’s spectacular lineup is any indication, there will be plenty of packed categories to make for a genuinely heated awards race.
Lucy Liu is currently directing episode 22 "Paint It Black".
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