Hollywood movie stars were the big winners at the star-studded Tony Awards in New York.
Scarlett Johansson, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Denzel Washington were all recognised for their Broadway performances at the ceremony.
Katie Holmes and Daniel Radcliffe presented Scarlett Johansson with the award for Best Performance by a Featured Actress for her role in Arthur Miller's A View From A Bridge.
"Ever since I was a little girl I wanted to be on Broadway and here I am," Scarlett said in her acceptance speech.
She also thanked her husband Ryan Reynolds: "To my Canadian, whom I live with, Ryan thank you for becoming a theatre widower with me."
Meanwhile, Catherine Zeta-Jones won Best Actress In A Musical for her role in A Little Night Music with Denzel Washington taking home Best Actor for his part in Fences.
"My mother always says, man gives the award, God gives the reward. I guess I got both tonight," the 55-year-old actor said.
Green Day, whose 2004 album American Idiot has now been made into a musical, opened the show with Glee star Lea Michele also taking to the stage singing Don't Rain On My Parade from the musical Funny Girl.