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War Horse is first past the post at the Tony Awards | reviews, news & interviews

War Horse is first past the post at the Tony Awards

War Horse is first past the post at the Tony Awards

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Broadway may not be “just for gays any more”, as the event's unstoppably charming and funny compere Neil Patrick Harris noted in his song-and-dance opening to the 2011 Tony Awards, held last night in New York to honour that city's theatre season just gone. But it’s still very much about the Brits: some habits never die.

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