Andrew Garfield dedicates Tony Award to LGBT community

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The 72 Tony Awards saw big wins for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and The Band's Visit last night on CBS, as well as a short but censored bout of swearing from Robert De Niro against Donald Trump. Other performances from the casts of this year's Tony-nominated shows include The Band's Visit, Carousel, Frozen, Mean Girls, My Fair Lady, Once on This Island, SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical and SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical, along with a special performance from last year's Tony Award-winning musical, Dear Evan Hansen.

Written for the Theater: "The Band's Visit".

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"It asks 'What do we do when our lives are being threatened, when the powers that be don't deem our particular community worthy enough?'" he said. Bareilles cohosted the Tonys with Josh Groban.

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"Angels in America" star Andrew Garfield attends the 72nd Annual Tony Awards on June 10, 2018 in New York City.

"We are all sacred, and we all belong, so let's just bake a cake for everyone who wants a cake to be baked", Mr. Garfield said in his acceptance speech Sunday night. She went on to say: "To all of you artists out there, just be your true self and the world will take note". The intimate show, "Springsteen on Broadway" - or as De Niro referred to it, "Jersey Boy" - features the Boss performing his music and sharing stories from his 2016 autobiography "Born to Run". Sasson Gabay, who played the role of Tewfiq in the 2007 film, will reprise his performance in the musical adaptation on Broadway.

Here's the full list of Tony winners (including the surprising Best Revival of a Musical Tony To Once On This Island) and more coverage from WNYC.

By far the most emotional moment of the evening evoked the nation's divisions over gun reform, when Melody Herzfeld, drama teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, was honored from the Tony stage.