I grabbed this from a New Zealand article. I'm guessing they are referring to the night early on when Bruce had a lot of dignitaries at the show. I find this hard to believe. I thought shows like this which didn't fit into a normal category were given the honorary route. Would love to hear from those in the know.
And Bruce Springsteen - whose solo show was declared ineligible for the awards because Tony voters weren't invited to the production - will be given a special honorary recognition.
Springsteen, 68, declined to invite the voters because he didn't want his loyal fans to miss out on seeing the production.