The biggest night in theater is finally here, and some of entertainment's favorite stars are gearing up for yet another exciting celebration of Broadway!
But ahead of Sunday night's show, we've gathered all the deets on the red carpet live stream, presenters, performers and everything else you need to know about the Tony Awards 2015.
Sunday night's 69th Tony Awards will air live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City on CBS at 8 p.m. EST!
The show is expected to last a total of three hours, ending at 11 p.m. EST, so you have an entire night of theater ahead of you.
Even though there is no official red carpet special airing on TV, you can catch an online red carpet live stream from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. EST. It will be hosted by Darren Criss and Laura Osnes and can be viewed on CBS.com, TimeOut.com, Playbill.com and TonyAwards.com.
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There are several beloved Broadway stars slated to perform songs from some of the biggest Broadway productions, including Vanessa Hudgens along with the cast of Gigi, Matthew Morrison and the cast of Finding Neverland, the cast of The King and I and the cast of Jersey Boys, which will be singing “Oh What a Night” in honor of the show's 10th anniversary.
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Josh Groban will also be hitting the stage to perform a song with 175 performers, which will set a Tonys record.
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The Tonys will be hosted this year by Broadway favorites Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming, and a total of 24 competitive Tonys will be passed out during the show.
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But in an heartbreaking surprise for many Neil Patrick Harris fans, the theater star isn't hosting the show and wasn't even nominated for an award this year. However, NPH is still expected to appear at the show, so all hope isn't lost!
Considered the night's biggest award, several critics have named best musical's top contenders as Fun Home and An American in Paris -- with both of the shows also snagging the top amount of overall nominations this year with 12 noms each.
Something Rotten and The King and I were also major nom winners this year, with Rotten grabbing 10 and King getting 9.
The featured actor in a play category isn't expected to be as predictable this year, though, with all the award's nominees considered strong competitors for the honor. The six nominees are Richard McCabe for The Audience, Alessandro Nivola for The Elephant Man, Matthew Beard for Skylight, K. Todd Freeman for Airline Highway, Micah Stock for It's Only a Play and Nathaniel Parker for Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two.
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