One night a year, Broadway takes its best and brightest talents uptown for a tip of the top hat to the old-school hoofers and New-Hollwyood celebrities that have tripped the lights along the Great White Way. The 68th Annual Tony Awards ceremony at Radio City Music Hall does double duty, however — namely, by giving TV viewers a chance to see what New York's theatrical crème de la crème have been doing for the past 12 months.  \r\nWatch Sting Perform 'The Last Ship' at 2014 Tonys\r\nFor many of us, watching the Tonys on TV are the closest we'll get to experiencing a smapler platter of Broadway, and last night's broadcast certainly gave us a taste of what we've been missing. But the show also delivered a number of, shall we say, questionable moments as well — some of which may or may not have involved copious tap-dancing, gleeful glam-rock and the gratuitous exploitation of rap stars. Here's a quick look at the highs and lows of the Tonys.