Tony Time: Luner on Theatre’s Tony Twitter Treat (Photo’s)

The Luner on Theatre 2011 Tony Awards wrap up continues! And in case you were unaware, Luner on Theatre was blowing up Twitter on Tony Day all day long. (For those of you who follow me on your phones, send me your texting bills). Ranging from telling actors to “Break Legs” at The Tony Awards ceremony that night to asking what people were excited to see to telling shows what we really thought of them, Luner on Theatre tweeted it all. We also live tweeted the actual awards ceremony. (Like I said, send me the bills) And some of that just came in luck for us in the end. But what exactly do we mean? Check It Out!

Luner on Theatre was Retweeted by Sister Act on Broadway after we told them what we thought of their performance of “Raise Your Voice”!

Luner on Theatre was Retweeted by Catch Me If You Can the Musical after we told everyone what we thought of this incredible Broadway show!

Luner on Theatre was Retweeted by The Scottsboro Boys after we had to tweet them our thoughts. Hands down the most incredible piece of theatre alive!

Matt Doyle, who currently stars in the Tony Award winning Best Play War Horse, tweeted us back after we told him to “Break Legs” at the Awards Ceremony!

Scott Barnhardt, who currently stars in the Tony Award winning Best Musical The Book of Mormon and is a Wagner Alum, tweeted us back after we tweeted him and Andrew Rannells to “Break Legs” at the Awards Ceremony!

Luner on Theatre was Retweeted/Tweeted back by Memphis on Broadway after we asked our Followers “Who’s Performance Are We Most Excited for!?”

How Exciting Is That! I know some of you are sitting there thinking that it isn’t really that great but to us it is! We’re glad to see that our mostly ridiculous tweets were appreciated and recognized by whose we were tweeting about. I hope you enjoy this and tweet a Broadway star or show! You never know if they’ll end up answering!

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