Tony Awards Won’t Air Show As Scheduled Amid Writers Strike

The Tony Awards won’t broadcast this year’s ceremony as scheduled after the Writers Guild of America denied a requested waiver that would have allowed for the show to air amid an ongoing writers strike. The Hollywood Reporter and Variety both reported that the 2023 event will not be televised from New York’s United Palace on June 11 as planned. A Tonys committee is set to meet Monday to consider next steps following the union’s decision on the strike waiver, the outlets said. Advertisement HuffPost has reached out to the Tonys for comment. The news comes as roughly 11,500 film and… Read Full Article