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‘Harry Potter,’ Glenda Jackson, Andrew Garfield win top Tony Awards

By Reuters
11 June 2018   |   9:15 am
"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" won the Tony Award for best play on Sunday (June 10) while Glenda Jackson and Andrew Garfield took home acting prizes and rocker Bruce Springsteen received a special prize at Broadway's honors for the best in theater.

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