(New York) — The list of stars presenting and preforming at “The 68th Annual Tony Awards” continues to grow. Orlando Bloom, Barrett Foa, Jonathan Groff, T.I., LL COOL J, Samuel L. Jackson, Judith Light, Rosie O’Donnell and Patrick Wilson have all been added to long list of previously announced stars.
Hosted by Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Hugh Jackman, Broadway’s biggest night will feature performances by 2014 Tony nominee Neil Patrick Harris and the cast of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” 2014 Tony nominee Sutton Foster with the cast of “Violet,” Alan Cumming reprising his Tony Award-winning role in a performance from the revival of “Cabaret,” and 2014 Tony nominee Idina Menzel performing a song from the new musical “If/Then.”READ MORE: $20,000 Reward Offered After Fire At Historic St. Leo's Church In Tacony Ruled Arson
The evening will also feature not-to-be missed performances by the casts of this year’s Best Musical and Best Musical Revival Nominees, as well as from the new musicals “Aladdin,” “Les Misérables,” “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder,” “Bullets Over Broadway” and “Rocky.”
The cast of “Wicked” will return to Radio City Music Hall for the first time since 2004, when they won three Tony Awards. They will take the stage once again for a very special performance to celebrate the show’s 10th anniversary. Music legends Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight will join Fantasia for an unforgettable performance with the cast of “After Midnight.”
Jennifer Hudson will take the stage to perform a number from the upcoming new musical “Finding Neverland.” Sting will also perform a song from his upcoming musical, “The Last Ship.”READ MORE: Lelands Auctioning Kobe Bryant Jersey Worn During Career At Lower Merion High School
“The 68th Annual Tony Awards” air live from Radio City Music Hall on CBS at 8pm ET (delayed PT).
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