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  1. The Tonys | Smash Wiki | Fandom

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    Leading up to the Tonys, each main player of "Bombshell" and "Hit List" perform an ensemble rendition of "Under Pressure." With only 12 hours to go, Julia and Tom settle down to write their acceptance speech. Julia tells Tom that her lawyers want her to outline her relationship with Michael Swift to hopefully put an end to Frank's case against her, but it only seems to be making it stronger. While getting dressed, Ivy and Leigh watch a recording of one of Leigh's old acceptance speeches; Leigh's positive they'll both win. When Ivy struggles to fit into the dress that fit her perfectly a week ago, she tells her mother she's thinking of time off. Leigh laughs - what's gotten into Ivy?! The Tonys will give her a career momentum she may never see again. Meanwhile, Derek's holed up and drunk, too embarrassed to show his face in public after confessing to sexual bribery. Karen tries to cheer him up to no avail. Jimmy gets cold feet about performing at the Tonys. With Derek missing in acti...

    Under Pressure by Queen. Sung by the SmashCast.
    Broadway, Here I Come! from Smash. Sung by the Hit ListCast.
    Big Finish from Smash. Sung by Karen and Ivy.

    Main Cast

    1. Debra Messing as Julia Houston 2. Anjelica Huston as Eileen Rand 3. Katharine McPhee as Karen Cartwright 4. Christian Borle as Tom Levitt 5. Jack Davenport as Derek Wills 6. Megan Hilty as Ivy Lynn 7. Leslie Odom Jr. as Sam Strickland 8. Krysta Rodriguez as Ana Vargas 9. Jeremy Jordan as Jimmy Collins 10. Andy Mientus as Kyle Bishop

    Recurring Cast

    1. Mara Davi as Daisy Parker 2. Wesley Taylor as Bobby 3. Savannah Wise as Jessica 4. Brian d'Arcy James as Frank Houston 5. Will Chase as Michael Swift

    Special Guest Stars

    1. Bernadette Peters as Leigh Conroy 2. Rosie O'Donnell as Herself 3. Cheyenne Jackson as Himself 4. Ron Rifkin as Himself 5. Christine Ebersole as Herself 6. Marin Mazzie as Herself 7. Luke MacFarlane as Patrick Dillon 8. Thorsten Kaye as Nick

    • May 26th, 2013
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    • Joshua Safran
  2. The Tonys - Wikipedia

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    "The Tonys" is the thirty-second episode of the American television series, Smash. It was written by Smash ' s show-runner and head writer, Joshua Safran, and directed by Michael Morris. The episode premiered on NBC, on May 26, 2013, the 17th episode of Season 2. It was the second part of a two-part series finale.

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  4. Broadway, Here I Come! (The Tonys) | Smash Wiki | Fandom

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    Broadway, Here I Come!, an original song written by Joe Iconis, is reprised in The Tonys, the seventeenth and final episode of the second season of Smash. The version released as a single features Jeremy Jordan (Jimmy Collins), Katharine McPhee (Karen Cartwright), Krysta Rodriguez (Ana Vargas) and Leslie Odom Jr. (Sam Strickland) on lead vocals.

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  5. Watch Smash season 2 episode 17 Online - Simkl

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    Watch Smash season 2 episode 17 Online The Tonys : On Tony night, the awards might not provide the answers everyone is looking for. As Jimmy faces a final reckoning, Tom, Julia, Derek, Karen, Ivy, and most of all, Eileen wait to see if the ceremony will confirm their place in the Broadway pantheon once and for all.

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    Set in the 1980s, Pose is a dance musical that explores the juxtaposition of several segments of life and society in New York: the ball culture world, the rise of the luxury Trump-era universe, and the downtown social and literary scene.Mj Rodriguez plays “Blanca,” who forms a “house," a self-selected family that provides support to LGBTQ youth rejected by their birth families.

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  7. Buy Smash, Season 2 - Microsoft Store

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    In Season 2 of Smash, the "Bombshell" team is one step closer to achieving their Broadway dream. The Boston run was the success the team was hoping for, including producer Eileen Rand (Anjelica Huston); writers Tom Levitt (Christian Borle); and Julia Houston (Debra Messing); last-minute star Karen Cartwright (Katharine McPhee); and director Derek Wills (Jack Davenport). But, they are all about ...

  8. "Smash" The Tonys (TV Episode 2013) - Goofs - IMDb

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    "Smash" The Tonys (TV Episode 2013) Goofs on IMDb: Mistakes, Errors in geography, Spoilers and more...

  9. NBC’s Beloved Musical Series ‘Smash’ Finds New Life On Broadway

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    May 21, 2020 · Despite its short-lived tenure on NBC in the early part of the last decade, musical dramedy series "Smash" has become somewhat of a cult classic. Now, the beloved series is coming to Broadway in a ...

  10. The Music of Smash - Wikipedia

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    The Music of Smash is the first soundtrack album by the cast of the American musical television series Smash. It was released by Columbia Records on May 1, 2012 and sold 39,000 copies in its first week. As of June 27, 2012, it has sold 112,000 copies.