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"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" star Jefferson Mays did more to sell his musical with his multi-character/costume introduction of the show than the production's eventual win for best musical. Mays was a woman, then a priest, then a gentleman, all before our eyes.

( Theo Wargo / Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions / June 8, 2014 )

"A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" star Jefferson Mays did more to sell his musical with his multi-character/costume introduction of the show than the production's eventual win for best musical. Mays was a woman, then a priest, then a gentleman, all before our eyes.

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