Cacophony of Broadway’s best

June 9, 2014 4:52 AM

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NEW YORK — A silly musical comedy about a British pauper who knocks off a string of aristocrats was the big winner at the 68th Tony Awards on Sunday night, earning the prize for outstanding musical and three other trophies.

“A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” grabbed the coveted best musical Tony, and “All the Way” — Robert Schenkkan’s bio-drama starring Bryan Cranston as Lyndon Baines Johnson — took the trophy for outstanding new play during the three-hour ceremony at Radio City Music Hall. The show, broadcast on...

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