Tony Awards 2011 - Best Musical

Chris Rock presents the award for the Best Musical.

Chris Rock Arrives at Harpo Studios

Just off a performance of his Broadway play, Chris Rock arrives at Harpo Studios the morning of his taping. Watch him and Jack do some last-minute planning to create a laugh-out-loud hilarious show.

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‘Hat,’ With Chris Rock, Extends Its Broadway Run

Call your sponsor, hide your distinguishing headwear and find yourself a spot on Cousin Julio’s couch: “The ___________ With the Hat” is extending its run on Broadway. Press representatives for that Stephen Adly Guirgis play, about the intertwined lives of a former drug dealer struggling with sobriety, his girlfriend, his cousin, his sponsor and the sponsor’s wife, said that it will play at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theater through July 17; it was previously scheduled to end its run on June 25.

Tony Award Nominations

The MotherF**ker With The Hat has received nominations for the 2011 Tony Awards in the following categories: Best Play, Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play, Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play, Best Scenic Design of a Play.

The Oprah Show Farewell

Go inside the mind of a comic genius! Chris Rock puts his signature sidesplitting spin on marriage, parenthood and his latest project: Broadway for his last appearance on the Oprah Winfrey show today. Check local listings for the time in your area.

David Letterman - Chris Rock: The Mets Got No Money!

On baseball's opening day, Chris Rock laments the financial shortcomings of his favorite team with David Letterman on The Late Show

Chris Rock, Putting On A Blue New 'Hat'

"To tell you the truth, I just assumed they would change the title," says Chris Rock. "I didn't think it would get this far."

That's because the show that is bringing Rock to Broadway — after 20 years of performing stand-up on stages large and small — has a title that is kind of unprintable. On the radio, we had to use a bleep. For the Web, we'll go with The Motherf——- with the Hat.

It's a five-person ensemble show that deals with addiction, friendship and betrayal in New York City — not a frothy comedy, by any stretch.

Chris Rock tries on a new hat: Star of a Broadway production

NEW YORK — The title of the new Broadway play that marks comedian and actor Chris Rock's theatrical debut hardly suggests family entertainment.

Yet Rock's desire to spend more time with his family was a big factor in his decision to take on The Mother —————— With the Hat, which begins previews March 15.

Chris Rock Adds Broadway to His Funny Resume

How do you top a winter in which you've made fun of Oprah Winfrey to her face, gleefully butchered a classic Simon and Garfunkel song during a telethon and made a guest appearance on Kanye West's mega-selling CD?

If you're Chris Rock, the next stop is Broadway.

"I always look for everything," says the comedian, sitting at a table at the theater-district hangout Sardi's before rehearsals of his new gritty play by Stephen Adly Guirgis.

Chris Rock on the Play for Everybody

In a recent interview with Broadway Beat, comedian Chris Rock went on the record about making his Broadway debut in the new play THE MOTHER FU**KER WITH THE HAT. Rock told Broadway Beat, "I just like this play so much. I like the fact that sometimes Broadway can be a little over the average man's head, but this play is for evrybody. It works on so many levels. It's like the kinda play that could work at the Apollo or the Met. That's what I like to do with my stand up- have an act that works for everybody, and this play gets them all."

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