Best and Worst of the 2012 Tony Awards
'Once,' Neil Patrick Harris, Audra McDonald and more
Best: Philip Seymour Hoffman smiles...at first
Best Actor in a play nominee Philip Seymour Hoffman was certainly a sourpuss in the audience every time the camera went to him (the director stopped smartly), but it was shocking to see him joyous on stage when producer Scott Rudin accepted the Best Revival of a Play Tony for "Death of a Salesman." Of course, one of the biggest upsets of the night occurred less than 90 minutes later when Hoffman lost his solo category to James Corden from "One Man, Two Guvnors." Hoffman is now 0-3 at the Tonys. Perhaps he should smile more often? Just sayin'.
- Gregory Ellwood