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Tony Awards 2012: Judith Light, Michael McGrath win

June 10, 2012|By David Ng
  • Judith Light, left, and Stockard Channing in "Other Desert Cities."
Judith Light, left, and Stockard Channing in "Other Desert Cities." (Joan Marcus / Associated…)

Judith Light won the Tony Award on Sunday as featured actress in a play for "Other Desert Cities" by Jon Robin Baitz. It is her first Tony.

Light, who is perhaps best known for her role in the ABC sitcom "Who's the Boss?," played a dipsomaniac aunt in Baitz's comedy about a wealthy Palm Springs family facing a series of domestic crises. The actress was nominated last year for the play "Lombardi." 

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Michael McGrath won the award for featured actor in a musical for "Nice Work If You Can Get It." McGrath plays a bootlegger alongside Matthew Broderick in the show that features music by George and Ira Gershwin. The actor was previously nominated for"Spamalot" in 2005.

"Once" picked up another award, for sound design of a musical. "Peter and the Starcatcher" picked up the sound design award for a play.

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