At the shock of nobody (put something aside for your 102-year-old grandma), Hamilton the musical cleared the statuettes at Sunday’s 2016 Tony Awards. The show took home 11 recompenses in the wake of getting a record-breaking 16 selections; an accomplishment that fell just beneath The Producers’ standing record of 12 wins in one night. Hamilton was named Best Play while its maker, Lin-Manuel Miranda, was given the honor for Best Original Score. Lead on-screen character Leslie Odom Jr. triumphed in his classification to catch the Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical. The current year’s champs rundown is getting approval for its differing qualities in contrast with that of the Oscars, which was condemned for its overwhelmingly white list of lauded on-screen characters and appears. Amongst Hamilton and The Color Purple, the previous evening denoted the main year that dark entertainers won every one of the four noteworthy musical execution classes.