Stars flocked to the 2011 Tony Awards held at the Beacon Theatre on Sunday, including 21-year-old actor, Daniel Radcliffe. The How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying cast member performed the song Brotherhood of Man, then changed into more formal wear to present two awards. Radcliffe presented Sutton Foster with the Best Performance by a Leading Lady in a Musical award, and Frances McDormand took home Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play.
Catherine Zeta-Jones was also at the ceremony presenting two awards. Zeta-Jones presented Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play, and Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical. This was the actress's first public appearance since she announced her struggle with bipolar disorder in April.
Neil Patrick Harris, who hosted the event, has mostly received positive reviews by critics.
Neil Patrick Harris proves a wickedly witty host in a loose yet old-fashioned celebration of theater sprinkled liberally with TV stars to keep mainstream audiences interested, wrote critic Robert Lloyd in the Los Angeles Times.
Amongst the evenings largest winners were Book of Mormon and War Horse. It was a great night for the South Park duo that created Mormon. The play won nine prizes, including Best Musical.
The British play War Horse, won five prizes, including best play and best director.
Watch Daniel Radcliffe perform at the Tony Awards: