Angels, wizards and SpongeBob vie for Tony award honors

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The wizarding world of Harry Potter, a singing SpongeBob, an AIDS-ravaged Roy Cohn and a gang of Tina Fey’s “Mean Girls” are the stuff of hit shows taking center stage as Sunday’s annual Tony Awards honor the best of Broadway theater.

FILE PHOTO – A general view shows The Palace Theatre where the Harry Potter and The Cursed Child parts One and Two play is being staged, in London, Britain July 30, 2016. REUTERS/Neil Hall

But with a nod to theater history, acclaimed revivals of classic musicals “Carousel” and “My Fair Lady” and Eugene O’Neill’s play…

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