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In a special bonus horoscope reading, find out which Tony-nominated production best fits your sign's vibe.

Broadway's biggest night is just around the corner. You may know the plot, music, or every single thing about individual Tony Award-nominated shows, but which one of them best matches your personality?

Well, Playbill has looked to the stars to give you guidance on which show should be your new obsession.

♈️ Aries ♈️

(March 21 – April 19)
The Who's Tommy

Bold, energetic, and high-energy, The Who’s Tommy is the perfect show for an Aries. You might find yourself connecting with the show’s message of individuality and personal strength.

♉️ Taurus ♉️

(April 20 – May 20)
Jaja’s African Hair Braiding
Love of beauty, stability, and practicality put Taurus right at the heart of Jaja’s African Hair Braiding. Surrounded by friends, home, and comfort is where you like to find yourself.

♊️ Gemini ♊️

(May 21 – June 20)
Gutenberg! The Musical!

As the jack-of-all-trades of the zodiac, you wear a lot of hats. LITERALLY! This creative, quirky, comedy is the perfect show for you, Gemini.

♋️ Cancer ♋️

(June 21 – July 22)
Mother Play

There’s no better fit for the “mother” of the zodiac sign than Mother Play! Your caring nature and sometimes over-involved tendencies are reflected on stage in this play.

♌️ Leo ♌️

(July 23 – August 22)
Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotton Patch

A podium, conviction, and a spotlight are all you and Purlie Victorious need, Leo! You saw your passionate and charismatic nature reflected in the eccentric Reverend.

♍️ Virgo ♍️

(August 23 – September 22)
An Enemy of the People

Precise, methodical, honest, and by-the-book. The central conflict and main character of An Enemy of the People, Doctor Thomas Stockmann, will intrigue a Virgo.

♎️ Libra ♎️

(September 23 – October 22)

Trying to keep the peace between friends during a stressful time mix with a '70s vibe? Sounds like the perfect play for peacekeeping, balanced, and fashionable Libra!

♏️ Scorpio ♏️

(October 23 – November 21)
Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club
Sexy, intense, and dark! Cabaret at the Kit Kat Club oozes Scorpio energy from the raunchy innuendo, to the mysterious speakeasy vibes, and political foreshadowing.

♐️ Sagittarius ♐️

(November 22 – December 21)
Water for Elephants

No zodiac sign wants to run away to the circus more than Sagittarius! From the glitz and glamor of the Big Tent to the freedom a life on the road offers, Water for Elephants is the pick for you.

♑️ Capricorn ♑️

(December 22 – January 19)
Hell’s Kitchen
“Concrete jungle where dreams are made of” might need to be the motto of Capricorn. Just like Ali working hard and hustling to achieve her goals, you understand the ambition that can fuel a dream.

♒️ Aquarius ♒️

(January 20 – February 18)
As the most progressive and out-of-the-box-minded sign of the zodiac, Suffs is the perfect show for an Aquarius. You’ll find yourself relating to Alice Paul’s passion for change and equality.

♓️ Pisces ♓️

(February 19 – March 20)
Pisces, your selfless nature allows you to appreciate the moral complexities of Appropriate. You can see beyond black-and-white judgments and recognize how nuanced people (and families) can be.

The 77th Tony Awards will be held June 16 at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center and will be broadcast live nationwide.

A 90-minute pre-show, The Tony Awards: Act One, will stream for free on Pluto TV beginning at 6:30 PM ET, with The 77th Annual Tony Awards following at 8 PM ET on CBS, and streaming on Paramount+ for premium-level subscribers. Julianne Hough and Utkarsh Ambudkar are hosting Act One, while Oscar winner Ariana DeBose will be back to host The 77th Annual Tony Awards for the third consecutive year.

Visit Playbill.com/Tonys for more.

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