One of the big topics last night at the Tony Awards: word that Matthew Broderick will replace Harry Connick, Jr. in a long planned “new” Gershwin musical. “Nice Work If You Can Get It” was announced a couple of years ago as a project for now newly minted Tony winner Kathleen Marshall, director of “Anything Goes.” Marshall left the project at one point, but now I’m told she may be back in. This is considered a “new” Gershwin musical because, like “Crazy for You,” it’s assembled from Gershwin songs with a new book. Originally Connick was going to play the lead. But I was told last night by several sources that Matthew Broderick, so great in “The Producers” (Tony nomination) and many other shows, is replacing him. More info as it comes, but expect “Nice Work” for next year’s Tony Awards….And one nice thing for Matthew: he was denied a Tony for “The Producers” because Nathan Lane was partnered with him and the more flamboyant role of Max Bialystock. Broderick was just as good. This time, he’ll have a clear shot.