Tony Awards 2015's 12 Best and Worst Moments

From heartfelt speeches to cringeworthy musical numbers, the highs and lows of Broadway's awards extravaganza

Best: Viva Chita Rivera!

Murderous musical The Visit is the last show from composing duo John Kander and Fred Ebb that we'll ever get (Ebb died in 2004) — so any old-school Broadway lover worth their jazz shoes should savor Chita Rivera's 2015 Tony performance like the fine vintage that it is. The 82-year-old legend donned a white gown to perform "Love and Love Alone" and "I Would Never Leave You" from the show, about a fabulously wealthy woman bent on revenge. Her rich rendition was backed up by male dancers in whiteface and lime-green platform shoes, proving that the team behind Cabaret, Chicago and Kiss of the Spider Woman have still got the weird we love.

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