COVID closures aside, April is often a very busy time for Broadway. An influx of shows tend to open ahead of the Tony nomination eligibility deadline, which takes place at the end of the month. April also happens to be when the Olivier Awards take place, seen as the London counterpart to the Tony Awards.
The revival of “Cabaret,” starring Eddie Redmayne, took home the most awards, totaling seven statues. And the new show “Life of Pi,” based on the best-selling novel, turned film, turned play, followed closely behind, with five awards. “Back to the Future — The Musical,” based on the beloved movie, won Best New Musical.
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