The biggest night for theatres is here. The 70th Annual Tony Awards will be held at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. Conducted by The American Theatre Wing, every year the award show honours theatre professionals for their outstanding achievement on Broadway.
Where to watch Tony Awards 2016 via live stream online:
The Tony Awards will be telecast live on the CBS Network on Sunday (June 12) from 8pm ET/PT (7pm CT) onwards.
Click here to watch the event live on the network's official website CBS All Access.
The Red Carpet and behind-the-scenes events prior to the show will also be telecast live on Tony Awards' official website.
James Corden will be hosting the awards ceremony for the first time. The 37-year-old English actor, who received the best actor Tony for the play One Man, Two Guvnors, has said that he is nervous to host the event.
"I feel sort of sick to my stomach about the thought of it. It's all mind-boggling isn't it?" he told The New York Post.
"It's not lost on me how lucky I am to be hosting this particular year. If I fall over on 'The Late Late Show,' we can just cut it out. But if I fall over tomorrow night, everyone's gonna see it," he added.
Speaking about his plan to entertain audiences at the event the actor and comedian said, "I will be trying to do some singing. We tried to write a song I hope people will like."