Jessica Lange is one award away from the rare EGOT.
It's the story of morphine-addicted Mary Tyrone, played by Lange, and her Irish-American family's battle to "unearth – and conceal – a lifetime of secrets," according to Roundabout Theatre Company.
Lange told the New York Times in April the role of Mary Tyrone demanded "more than any character I've ever played."
Now all the 67-year-old actress needs is a Grammy to complete the EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) – a feat only 12 others in history have accomplished, according to People Magazine.
Lange has previously won two Oscars for her roles in "Tootsie" and "Blue Sky," as well as three Emmy Awards for "American Horror Story" and "Grey Gardens."
Her Tony win came on Lange's first Tony nomination, Entertainment Weekly says. Her fellow nominees included Laurie Metcalf in "Misery," Lupita Nyong'o in "Eclipsed," Sophie Okonedo in "The Crucible" and Michelle Williams in "Blackbird."
Tribute to Orlando victims
The night meant to celebrate Broadway began on a somber note as first-time host James Corden spoke of the tragedy in Orlando.
"Your tragedy is our tragedy. Theater is a place where every race, creed, sexuality, and gender is equal, embraced and loved. Hate will never win," Corden said, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Lange was among the several others who used their speeches to pay tribute to the Orlando victims as well.