What are the Best Tony Moments of All Time?

06/05/2015 01:16 pm ET | Updated Jun 05, 2016 is the place to shape, share and debate your opinions on anything and everything through Top 10 lists. Want to join the conversation? You can make your own list of the Top 10 Best Tony Moments of All Time by selecting your favorites, ranking them in order, and publishing on Culturalist.

The 69th Annual Tony Awards will recognize the best of Broadway this Sunday evening. With hosts Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming taking the stage - and more performances than you can shake a statue at - how will this year's highlights compare to ceremonies past? You can weigh in by making your own list of the Top 10 Best Tony Moments of All Time now!

Here are some of our favorites...what are yours?

Neil Patrick Harris's "It's Not Just for Gays Any More" Opening Number (2011)

NPH just might be the gold-standard when it comes to Tony-hosting, giving this year's duo some mighty big tapshoes to fill.

Michael Jeter & Brent Barrell perform "Take A Glass Together" from Grand Hotel (1990)

Some of the flashiest, most memorable moments from the Tony Awards come from the shows they honor, like when Michael Jeter and Brent Barrell raised a glass (and audiences to their feet) with their 1990 performance from Grand Hotel.

Rita Moreno's speech for Featured Actress in The Rink (1975)

There are lots of emotions on display in any awards show. But on rare occasions we get to see a moment of unadulterated joy - a personal, professional and artistic triumph - that expresses itself in humility, exuberance, and gratitude. Will we see an acceptance speech to top Rita Moreno's on Sunday?

What are your favorite memories from Broadway's biggest night? Join the conversation by making your own list of the Top 10 Best Tony Moments of All time now!