#TBT Revisit the Tony Award Wins & Speeches of Sylvia's Trio of Stars
Time is running out to see the LOL Broadway comedy Sylvia (final performance is January 3), and to miss it would be a real shame because Tony Award winners Annaleigh Ashford, Matthew Broderick, and Julie White are slaying the house down. Today, we're throwing it back to the trio's Tony speeches and GIFs of them in the roles that won them Tony glory.
Annaleigh Ashford (Sylvia)
She just won Best Featured Actress in a Play in 2015 for her role as aspiring dancer Essie in You Can't Take It With You.
Matthew Broderick (Greg)
First Tony win came in 1983 for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his debut performance as Eugene Jerome in Brighton Beach Memoirs.
Then he won Best Actor in a Musical in 1995 for starring as the mega-ambitious J. Pierrepont Finch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
Julie White (Kate)
White won Best Actress in a Play in 2007 for her role as killer agent Diane in The Little Dog Laughed. #WatchHerWorkThatDress
Don't miss your chance to see this Tony-winning trio together in Sylvia at Broadway's Cort Theatre through January 3, 2016.