Ari'el Stachel, who won for best featured actor, praised the show for "telling a small story about Arabs and Israelis getting along, at a time that we need that more than ever".
Trump is yet to respond to De Niro's latest outburst, but we can be pretty sure he probably will.
"I'm gonna say one thing: "F*** Trump!" he exclaimed".
"We are all scared, and we all belong", Garfield said, accepting his award, with a Twitter-ready declaration. The show will also feature a special performance from the 2017 Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen.
The actor and frequent critic of President Donald Trump used his appearance on the Broadway award show to deliver a succinct and biting remark to Trump.
"(Let's) just bake a cake for everyone who wants a cake to be baked", he said, to rousing applause. Here is what people had to say.
Springsteen laughed as he sat down at the piano to play.
Critically-acclaimed stage play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child scooped up enough Tony Awards to match the hours that it runs for, bringing home six medallions on Sunday night. Though "Mean Girls" was nominated for 12 awards, the stage adapation of the Tina Fey film did not win any.
In our awards-show glutted culture, there's nothing unusual about ceremonies that work tirelessly to convince us that they don't take themselves too seriously.
Ahead of the Tonys, Salonga was among the winners of the popular website Broadway World's annual Theater Fans' Choice Awards, where she was voted Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her performance in "Once on This Island".
The Tony Awards kick off on Sunday night with a pair of first-time hosts and no clear show juggernaut like "Hamilton" to watch vacuum up statuettes, but the production will get a likely assist by The Boss - Bruce Springsteen. She told the crowd how early in her career, she'd been encouraged to change her last name to Matthews to better her chances of playing non-minority roles.