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Tony Awards Red Carpet 2012: Neil Patrick Harris & More (PHOTOS)

Neil Patrick Harris stole the show, Jessica Chastain stunned in a see-through dress, and more from the Tonys.

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Neil Patrick Harris stole the show, Jessica Chastain stunned in a see-through dress, and Amanda Seyfried channeled high drama. See the best of the red carpet from Sunday night’s 2012 Tony Awards.

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Neil Patrick Harris

A Tony Awards hosted by Neil Patrick Harris is usually a night full of upbeat musical medleys—and Sunday night didn’t disappoint. The How I Met Your Mother Star took to the stage to perform several riffs on the year’s best plays—including ones inspired by Newsies and The Book of Mormon.

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Jessica Chastain

Presenter Jessica Chastain, who will star in a Broadway revival of The Heiress this fall, wore a sheer, beaded number by Marios Schwab, Giuseppe Zanotti heels, and Harry Winston jewels.

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Amanda Seyfried

The actress, who presented the award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical, wore a purple Givenchy dress and sandals with Fred Leighton jewels.

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Cynthia Nixon

Nixon, who was nominated for her leading role in Wit, arrived in a raspberry-colored dress with lace accents.

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Bernadette Peters

Peters received the Isabelle Stevenson Award, which honors humanitarian work in the theater community—and looked sleek in a purple strapless Donna Karan dress with a pleated train.

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Sheryl Crow

The singer looked glamorous in an embroidered navy blue dress with a train.

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Andrew Garfield

 Andrew Garfield, who was nominated for Best Featured Actor in a Play for his role in Death of a Salesman, looked sharp on the red carpet.

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Ricky Martin

The singer, who wore a classic Burberry tuxedo, performed a song from Evita during the telecast.

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Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness

The actor and his wife were all smiles as they arrived at the awards ceremony. Jackman received a special Tony Award for his “contributions to the Broadway community, both as a performer and a humanitarian.”

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Stockard Channing

Nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Play for Other Desert Cities, Channing sparkled in a brown dress.

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Judith Light

The evening began with a win for Judith Light, who picked up the Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her work in Other Desert Cities.

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Ellen Barkin

The New York native took to the stage to announce the Year in Plays.