Hollywood Scores On Broadway
While they're known for their performances on the silver screen, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Scarlett Johansson have both earned Tony nominations for their work on the Great White Way. "In my dreams, I couldn't imagine a better way to make my Broadway debut," Zeta-Jones, up for Lead Actress in a Musical for A Little Night Music, told BroadwayWorld.com. Ditto Johansson, who admitted that receiving a nomination for Featured Actress in a Play for her first Broadway role in A View from the Bridge is, "a dream come true." Jude Law, Laura Linney and Liev Schreiber are among the other Hollywood actors up for the coveted Tony medallion this year. If you hear the bright lights of Broadway calling, upload a video of yourself belting out a show tune on the Macy's Sing Your Way to the Tony Awards contest Web site for the chance to walk the red carpet at the ceremony in New York City. Those of us who restrict our singing to the shower can watch the action unfold when the Tony Awards air live on CBS on Sunday, June 13.