It was a virtual "black-out" Sunday on the Great White Way as the Tony Awards swept into New York City. Nabbing two of Broadway's biggest honors were African-American actors Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, who won best leading actor and actress for their unforgettable turns in the Broadway revival of August Wilson's "Fences." It was Washington's first Tony Award win and Davis' fourth -- she already had two statuettes for another Wilson play, "King Hedley II," and one for 2004's "Intimate Apparel." Here's what you had to say: Davida commented via Facebook: "Viola Davis is amazing in whatever she does. Congrats!" Diana wrote via Facebook: "There are not two more deserving actors of the top honors from the Tony Awards."