Here Are the Danciest Performances from Last Night's Tony Awards

June 11, 2017

The dance-heaviest Broadway shows may not have taken home many of the prizes at last night’s Tony Awards (you can find a full list of winners here), but Broadway’s big night out still featured some deliciously dance-y performances. Here are the top highlights, for those of you who forgot to set your DVRs.

Opening Number

Kevin Spacey, the Rockettes, and some very hardworking backup dancers:

“New York, New York” Tribute

We’re still not exactly sure why this happened, but hey, more Rockettes!

“Dust and Ashes” and “The Abduction” from
Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812

The latter features fabulous gypsy-style revelry:

“Nobody” from

The most full-out, swing-tastic dancing of the entire night, in case anyone needed proof that Andy Blankenbuehler deserved his win for Best Choreography: