35th Tony Awards - Winners and Nominees

Winners and Nominees

Winners are in bold

Best Play Best Musical
  • Amadeus – Peter Shaffer
    • A Lesson from Aloes – Athol Fugard
    • A Life – Hugh Leonard
    • Fifth of July – Lanford Wilson
Best Revival Best Book of a Musical
  • The Pirates of Penzance
    • Brigadoon
    • Camelot
    • The Little Foxes
  • Peter Stone – Woman of the Year
    • Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble – 42nd Street
    • Monty Norman and Julian More – The Moony Shapiro Songbook
    • Mary Kyte – Tintypes
Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play
  • Ian McKellen – Amadeus as Antonio Salieri
    • Tim Curry – Amadeus as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    • Roy Dotrice – A Life as Drumm
    • Jack Weston – The Floating Light Bulb as Jerry Wexler
  • Jane Lapotaire – Piaf as Edith Piaf
    • Glenda Jackson – Rose as Rose
    • Eva Le Gallienne – To Grandmother's House We Go as Grandie
    • Elizabeth Taylor – The Little Foxes as Regina Giddens
Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical
  • Kevin Kline – The Pirates of Penzance as The Pirate King
    • Gregory Hines – Sophisticated Ladies as Performer
    • George Rose – The Pirates of Penzance as Major-General
    • Martin Vidnovic – Brigadoon as Tommy Albright
  • Lauren Bacall – Woman of the Year as Tess Harding
    • Meg Bussert – Brigadoon as Fiona MacLaren
    • Chita Rivera – Bring Back Birdie as Rosie Alvarez
    • Linda Ronstadt – The Pirates of Penzance as Mabel
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play
  • Brian Backer – The Floating Light Bulb as Paul Pollack
    • Tom Aldredge – The Little Foxes as Horace Giddens
    • Adam Redfield – A Life as Desmond
    • Shepperd Strudwick – To Grandmother's House We Go as Jared
  • Swoosie Kurtz – Fifth of July as Gwen Landis
    • Maureen Stapleton – The Little Foxes as Birdie Hubbard
    • Jessica Tandy – Rose as Mother
    • Zoë Wanamaker – Piaf as Toine
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical
  • Hinton Battle – Sophisticated Ladies as Various Characters
    • Tony Azito – The Pirates of Penzance as Sergeant of Police
    • Lee Roy Reams – 42nd Street as Billy Lawlor
    • Paxton Whitehead – Camelot as King Pellinore
  • Marilyn Cooper – Woman of the Year as Jan Donovan
    • Phyllis Hyman – Sophisticated Ladies as Various Characters
    • Wanda Richert – 42nd Street as Peggy Sawyer
    • Lynne Thigpen – Tintypes as Sussanah
Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre Best Choreography
  • Woman of the Year – John Kander (music) and Fred Ebb (lyrics)
    • Charlie and Algernon – Charles Strouse (music) and David Rogers (lyrics)
    • Copperfield – Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn (music and lyrics)
    • Shakespeare's Cabaret – Lance Mulcahy (music)
  • Gower Champion – 42nd Street
    • Graciela Daniele – The Pirates of Penzance
    • Henry LeTang, Donald McKayle, and Michael Smuin – Sophisticated Ladies
    • Roland Petit – Can-Can
Best Direction of a Play Best Direction of a Musical
  • Peter Hall – Amadeus
    • Peter Coe – A Life
    • Marshall W. Mason – Fifth of July
    • Austin Pendleton – The Little Foxes
  • Wilford Leach – The Pirates of Penzance
    • Gower Champion – 42nd Street
    • Robert Moore – Woman of the Year
    • Michael Smuin – Sophisticated Ladies
Best Scenic Design Best Costume Design
  • John Bury – Amadeus
    • John Lee Beatty – Fifth of July
    • Santo Loquasto – The Suicide
    • David Mitchell – Can-Can
  • Willa Kim – Sophisticated Ladies
    • Theoni V. Aldredge – 42nd Street
    • John Bury – Amadeus
    • Franca Squarciapino – Can-Can
Best Lighting Design
  • John Bury – Amadeus
    • Tharon Musser – 42nd Street
    • Dennis Parichy – Fifth of July
    • Jennifer Tipton – Sophisticated Ladies

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