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It was an honor to be a part of the Tony Awards for the past three years. This past year we shined the spotlight on the #SupportingCast whose unrelenting passion and talent made these momentous performances possible.
Mackenzie Hancsicsak is a 10-year-old actress who appears as Young Kate on NBC’s hit show “This Is Us”. Mackenzie teamed up with Grant Thornton for a good cause at the Meet the Nominees event, where she interviewed and took selfies with Tony Award nominees. In honor of the 72nd annual Tony Awards, Grant Thornton donated $72 to The American Theatre Wing and The Broadway League Foundation for every selfie that Mackenzie posted with the nominees. Plus, if the nominee reposted, Grant Thornton donated an additional $72. Thanks for all the #SupportingCast smiles!
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