The Tony Awards, having put its 74th annual ceremony on hold earlier this year, will head online in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Playbill reported.
The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing, co-presenters of the annual tradition, revealed that the 2020 proceedings will take place in the form of a digital ceremony this fall.
Other details, such as an exact date and eligibility rulings ( as determined by the Tony Awards Administration Committee ), have not yet been made public.
This year's ceremony was originally scheduled to take place June 7 at Radio City Music Hall. On March 25 ( about two weeks after Broadway productions went dark ), the League and Wing made the announcement that this year's celebration was delayed indefinitely.
The full article is at www.playbill.com/article/the-2020-tony-awards-to-be-held-digitally-this-fall .