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Bring your A game to our Tony Awards predictions game
The 2022 Tony Awards promise a lot of head-to-head action—there are multiple categories where costars are going up against each other: Sidney DuPont and A.J. Shively for Paradise Square, Patti LuPone and Jennifer Simard for Company, Uzo Aduba and Kara Young for Clyde's, Rachel Dratch and Julie White for POTUS, plus a pair of triples: Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Michael Oberholtzer and Jesse Williams for Take Me Out and Simon Russell Beale, Adam Godley and Adrian Lester for The Lehman Trilogy. Phew!
But if you're confident you can call the outcomes, we've got an even more exciting competition for you: our Tony Awards game. Two champions will be chosen at random from the entries that correctly predict the most Tony winners. The prize is a $100 credit for TDF members, or a $100 TKTS gift certificate for non-members. Members can take the quiz here, while non-members should go here. All entries must be received by noon on Sunday, June 12, the day of the Tony Awards.
If you want to bone up on the nominees before you make your selections, here's a handy list of links to interviews we did with some of the contenders:
An interview with Michael R. Jackson, who's nominated for best book of a musical and best original score for A Strange Loop.
An interview with Deirdre O'Connell, who's nominated for best performance by an actress in a leading role in a play for Dana H.
An interview with Ruben Santiago-Hudson, who's nominated for best performance by an actor in a leading role in a play for Lackawanna Blues.
Watch a TDF Conversation with Matt Doyle, who's nominated for best performance by an actor in a featured role in a musical for Company.
Watch a TDF Conversation with Kara Young, who's nominated for best performance by an actress in a featured role in a play for Clyde's.
Watch a TDF Conversation with Julie White, who's nominated for best performance by an actress in a featured role in a play for POTUS.
Top image by Stephanie Cowan Photography.