Webcast: Watch Tuesday's Tony Award nominations live here

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You can watch the 2015 Tony Awards nominations announcement right here beginning at about 6:30 am. MDT tomorrow (Tuesday, April 28). Mary-Louise Parker and Bruce Willis will co-host this special live webcast. Parker is a former Tony winner (Proof) and three-time nominee. Willis is set to make his Broadway debut this fall in the upcoming play Misery, a new stage adaptation of the Stephen King novel.

Find out first which shows are nominated for Best Musical. Learn which of several actors with Denver-area connections who are under consideration for awards will have their dreams come true.

(UPDATE: Both Wheat Ridge High grad Annaleigh Ashford (You Can’t Take it With You)  and Castle Rock native Beth Malone (Fun Home)  were just nominated for  Tony Awards. More to come).

The list of nominees promises to feature some huge stars. Most are predicting Bradley Cooper (The Elephant Man), Jake Gyllenhaal (Constellations) and Hugh Jackman (The River) will be nominated for outstanding actor in a drama.

How do your predictions stack up against the experts? Gold Derby is predicting that Fun Home, starring Colorado native Beth Malone, will not only be nominated for Best Musical, but will win. Malone starred this season in the title role of the DCPA Theatre Company’s The Unsinkable Molly Brown.

After the nominations are announced, check back here throughout the morning as we update this page with inside info, trivia and more.

The Tony Awards will be presented on June 7 on CBS. On the Twentieth Century headliner Kristin Chenoweth and recent Cabaret star Alan Cumming will host the 69th annual ceremony live from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

CBS has broadcast the Tony every year since 1978.

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