55th Tony Awards - Winners and Nominees

Winners and Nominees

Winners are in bold'

Source: BroadwayWorld

Best Play Best Musical
  • Proof – David Auburn
    • The Invention of Love – Tom Stoppard
    • King Hedley II – August Wilson
    • The Tale of the Allergist's Wife – Charles Busch
Best Revival of a Play Best Revival of a Musical
  • One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
    • Betrayal
    • The Best Man
    • The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe
Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Play Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play
  • Richard Easton – The Invention of Love as A.E. Houseman
    • Seán Campion – Stones in His Pockets as Jake Quinn
    • Conleth Hill – Stones in His Pockets as Charlie Conlon
    • Brian Stokes Mitchell – King Hedley II as King
    • Gary Sinise – One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest as Randle P. McMurphy
  • Mary-Louise Parker – Proof as Catherine
    • Juliette Binoche – Betrayal as Emma
    • Linda Lavin – The Tale of the Allergist's Wife as Marjorie Taub
    • Jean Smart – The Man Who Came to Dinner as Lorraine Sheldon
    • Leslie Uggams – King Hedley II as Ruby
Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical
  • Nathan Lane – The Producers as Max Bialystock
    • Matthew Broderick – The Producers as Leo Bloom
    • Kevin Chamberlin – Seussical as Horton the Elephant
    • Tom Hewitt – The Rocky Horror Show as Frank N Furter
    • Patrick Wilson – The Full Monty as Jerry Lukowski
  • Christine Ebersole – 42nd Street as Dorothy Brock
    • Blythe Danner – Follies as Phyllis Rogers Stone
    • Randy Graff – A Class Act as Sophie
    • Faith Prince – Bells Are Ringing as Ella Peterson
    • Marla Schaffel – Jane Eyre as Jane Eyre
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Play
  • Robert Sean Leonard – The Invention of Love as A. E. Housman
    • Charles Brown – King Hedley II as Elmore
    • Larry Bryggman – Proof as Robert
    • Michael Hayden – Judgment at Nuremberg as Oscar Rolfe
    • Ben Shenkman – Proof as Hal
  • Viola Davis – King Hedley II as Tonya
    • Johanna Day – Proof as Claire
    • Penny Fuller – The Dinner Party as Gabrielle Buonocelli
    • Marthe Keller – Judgment at Nuremberg as Mme. Bertholt
    • Michele Lee – The Tale of the Allergist's Wife as Lee
Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical
  • Gary Beach – The Producers as Roger DeBris
    • Roger Bart – The Producers as Carmen Ghia
    • John Ellison Conlee – The Full Monty as Dave Bukatinsky
    • André DeShields – The Full Monty as Noah "Horse" T. Simmons
    • Brad Oscar – The Producers as Franz Liebkind
  • Cady Huffman – The Producers as Ulla
    • Polly Bergen – Follies as Carlotta Campion
    • Kathleen Freeman – The Full Monty as Jeanette Burmeister
    • Kate Levering – 42nd Street as Peggy Sawyer
    • Mary Testa – 42nd Street as Maggie Jones
Best Book of a Musical Best Original Score (Music and/or Lyrics) Written for the Theatre
  • Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan – The Producers
    • Linda Kline and Lonny Price – A Class Act
    • Terrence McNally – The Full Monty
    • John Caird – Jane Eyre
  • The Producers – Mel Brooks (music and lyrics)
    • A Class Act – Edward Kleban (music and lyrics)
    • The Full Monty – David Yazbek (music and lyrics)
    • Jane Eyre – Paul Gordon (music and lyrics)
Best Scenic Design Best Costume Design
  • Robin Wagner – The Producers
    • Bob Crowley – The Invention of Love
    • Heidi Ettinger – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
    • Douglas W. Schmidt – 42nd Street
  • William Ivey Long – The Producers
    • Theoni V. Aldredge – Follies
    • Roger Kirk – 42nd Street
    • David C. Woolard – The Rocky Horror Show
Best Lighting Design Best Orchestrations
  • Peter Kaczorowski – The Producers
    • Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer – Jane Eyre
    • Paul Gallo – 42nd Street
    • Kenneth Posner – The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
  • Doug Besterman – The Producers
    • Larry Hochman – A Class Act
    • Jonathan Tunick – Follies
    • Harold Wheeler – The Full Monty
Best Direction of a Play Best Direction of a Musical
  • Daniel Sullivan – Proof
    • Marion McClinton – King Hedley II
    • Ian McElhinney – Stones in His Pockets
    • Jack O'Brien – The Invention of Love
  • Susan Stroman – The Producers
    • Christopher Ashley – The Rocky Horror Show
    • Mark Bramble – 42nd Street
    • Jack O'Brien – The Full Monty
Best Choreography
  • Susan Stroman – The Producers
    • Jerry Mitchell – The Full Monty
    • Jim Moore, George Pinney and Jonathan Vanderkolff – Blast!
    • Randy Skinner – 42nd Street

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