She has a huge collection of Oscars, Emmys and Golden Globes, but Jessica Lange added her first Tony Award to her shelves on Sunday night.

“This is a dream come true and it fills me with such happiness on a sad day like this,” Lange said, accepting her award for leading actress in a play for Long Day’s Journey Into Night and adding to the night’s many tributes to the Orlando shootings.

The ultra-popular musical Hamilton had a big night at the Tonys, winning eight honors including featured actress for Renée Elise Goldsberry and featured actor for Daveed Diggs.

“When one of us wins, we all win because we are one,” said Goldsberry, who plays Angelica Schuyler Church in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway phenomenon.

Diggs, cast in the dual roles of Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson, thanked his parents for their support — specifically his father’s help in a preschool gymnastics performance — when accepting his award. “A lot of us are here because people in our lives did that.”

The musical won six other awards, including lighting design, costume design, best orchestrations, best director for Thomas Kail and original score and best book for Miranda.

Tonys host James Corden began the night with a solemn opening mentioning Orlando. “Our hearts go out to all those affected by this atrocity,” he said. “All we can say is you’re not on your own right now – your tragedy is our tragedy.”

Frank Langella, who was named best leading actor in a play for The Father, urged those in the Florida city “to be strong, because I am standing in a room full of the most generous human beings on Earth and we will be with you every step of the way.”

Miranda also touched on the tragedy accepting his award for original score.

“We chase the melodies that seem to find us until they’re finished songs and start to play when senseless acts of tragedy remind us that nothing here is promised, not one day,” Miranda said. “This show is proof that history remembers we live through times where hate and fear seem stronger, we rise and fall and light from dying embers, remembrances that hope and love last longer.”

Ivo Van Hove won best direction for the play Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge, and The Humans took home two trophies: Reed Birney for featured actor and Jayne Houdyshell for featured actress in a play.

“Well, I’ve never been one to rush into things,” Houdyshell said. “The fact that at the age of 62, 42 years into a career, this should come my way, all that means is the depth of my gratitude is really, really, really profound.”

In the technical categories for plays, Eclipsed took costume design, Humans snagged scenic design and Long Day’s Journey Into Night got lighting design.

Hamilton is up for top musical along with Bright Star; School of Rock — The Musical; Shuffle Along, Or the Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Followed and Waitress.