Andrew Garfield Dedicates His Tony Award to LGBTQ Community

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"Obama" on the Tony Awards? Tina Fey is a superstar and she wrote a snappy, smart script for "Mean Girls", a musical based on her popular 2004 movie.

Glenda Jackson poses with her award for Best performance by an actress in a leading role in a play for Edward Albee's Three Tall Women.

"We are all scared, and we all belong", Garfield said, accepting his award, with a Twitter-ready declaration.

"The Band's Visit", about an Egyptian police band that gets stranded in a remote Israeli desert town, forcing both sides to get to know each other, triumphed over much flashier shows to win best musical Sunday night - and a total of 10 awards.

"Who's going to argue with him?" joked Angels in America playwright Tony Kushner when asked about the incident after the broadcast.

The British-American won best actor for his role in Angels in America, which explores the Aids crisis in the United States during the 1980s. "Neither one of us has every won anything", the duo sang cheerfully, before inviting ensemble players from every Tony-nominated musical on stage to join them for a rare moment of spotlight glory. "It's no longer just 'Down With Trump; it's, 'F-k Trump".

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One of the show highlights was the lively performance by the cast of Once on This Island that included a sand-filled beach, real water and a goat.

The Oscar-winning actor has been a frequent, and sometimes coarse, critic of Trump. When the camera cut to him, it looked like he wanted to pretend he dropped his phone and crawl under the seat in front of him.

More than 37 million people are now living with HIV/Aids - a disease which attacks the immune system - according to the World Health Organisation. The smart bet was that Broadway would give her a Tony for her script. "It didn't just change me, it saved me", he said.

Stachel, 26, is making his Broadway debut in "The Band's Visit", which stars Tony Shalhoub ("Monk") and the rising star Katrina Lenk.

Defending DeNiro, another said: "Want to criticize Robert DeNiro?".

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