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‘Book of Mormon’ Leads Tony Nomination List – American Theatre Wing’s Tony Awards® Will Be Awarded 6/12/11
Mormon is the hot ticket right now…I just got good seats for ‘The Normal Heart’ and I hope Frances McDormand wins for her performance in ‘Good People’.
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