PHOTOS: Black beauty on full display at 2018 Tony Awards
The 2018 Tony Awards took place in New York City on Sunday night and although there wasn’t much color in the winner’s circle, there were plenty of beautiful black performers on deck to celebrate the biggest night in theatre.
Kerry Washington, Tiffany Haddish, Brian Tyree Henry, and Tituss Burgess were a few of the famous faces who got all dressed up for the big event that failed to hand over any trophies to the black folks we were rooting for like Condola Rashad and Denzel Washington.
Check out our gallery of our favorite looks of the night:
This braided beauty was up for Best Leading Actress in a Musical for her role in Once on This Island.
Ariana DeBose came to slay in a thigh-high slit and belted blue gown.
LaChanze, who plays Donna Summers in Summer: The Donna Summer Musical was up for Best Leading Actress in musical but went home empty-handed.
The former Scandal star recently announced she’s headed to Broadway and we can’t wait to see her light up the stage.
The Orange Is The New Black star was a vision in yellow.
The actress was up for Best Leading Actress in a Play for her role of Joan of Arc in Saint Joan but wasn’t a winner.
Brooklyn Sudano was a showstopper in this gorgeous gown that featured gold chain straps and her curls were on point.
Brandon Victor Dixon
Looks like Mr. Dixon received the memo about blue suits. He was dashing on the red carpet even if several celebrities opted for a similar look.
Nikki M. James
This beauty was all smiles as she hit the red carpet in a glittering gold gown.
Brian Tyree Henry
Atlanta star, Brian Tyree Henry, may be best-known for his role as Paper Boi in the hit FX series, but he’s also making big moves on the stage. He scored a nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his role in Lobby Hero.
The comedienne who will be hosting the MTV Movie Awards next week was looking fabulous in a skin-tight jumpsuit and sophisticated ponytail.
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