first_imgAn American in Paris and Fun Home topped the nominations for the 69th annual Tony Awards on April 28, earning 12 nods each, including Best Musical. Announced by Broadway-bound Bruce Willis and Tony winner Mary-Louise Parker, Wolf Hall Parts One & Two garnered most nominations of any play with eight, closely followed by Skylight with seven and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time with six. Other standouts included a nomination for Sting for Best Score for The Last Ship, which prematurely closed on the Great White Way in January, and On the Twentieth Century’s Kristin Chenoweth, who will also co-host this year’s awards ceremony with Alan Cumming. Notable snubs included Finding Neverland—the Harvey Weinstein-produced new musical did not receive a single nomination. Outraged your favorite didn’t make the list? Vote here.Here is the complete list of 2015 Tony Award nominees:Best PlayDisgraced by Ayad AkhtarHand to God by Robert AskinsThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Simon StephensWolf Hall Parts One & Two by Hilary Mantel and Mike PoultonBest MusicalAn American in ParisFun HomeSomething Rotten! The VisitBest Revival of a PlaySkylightThe Elephant ManThis Is Our YouthYou Can’t Take It With YouBest Revival of a MusicalOn the TownOn the Twentieth CenturyThe King and IBest Director of a PlayStephen Daldry, SkylightMarianne Elliott, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeScott Ellis, You Can’t Take It With YouJeremy Herrin, Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoMoritz von Stuelpnagel, Hand to GodBest Director of a MusicalSam Gold, Fun HomeCasey Nicholaw, Something Rotten! John Rando, On the TownBartlett Sher, The King and IChristopher Wheeldon, An American in ParisBest ChoreographyJoshua Bergasse, On the TownChristopher Gattelli, The King and IScott Graham & Steven Hoggett, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeCasey Nicholaw, Something Rotten! Christopher Wheeldon, An American in ParisBest Leading Actor in a PlaySteven Boyer, Hand to GodBradley Cooper, The Elephant ManBen Miles, Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoBill Nighy, SkylightAlex Sharp, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeBest Leading Actress in a PlayGeneva Carr, Hand to GodHelen Mirren, The AudienceElisabeth Moss, The Heidi ChroniclesCarey Mulligan, SkylightRuth Wilson, ConstellationsBest Leading Actor in a MusicalMichael Cerveris, Fun HomeRobert Fairchild, An American in ParisBrian d’Arcy James, Something Rotten! Ken Watanabe, The King and ITony Yazbeck, On the TownBest Leading Actress in a MusicalKristin Chenoweth, On the Twentieth CenturyLeanne Cope, An American in ParisBeth Malone, Fun HomeKelli O’Hara, The King and IChita Rivera, The VisitBest Featured Actor in a PlayMatthew Beard, SkylightK. Todd Freeman, Airline HighwayRichard McCabe, The AudienceAlessandro Nivola, The Elephant ManNathaniel Parker, Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoMicah Stock, It’s Only a PlayBest Featured Actress in a PlayAnnaleigh Ashford, You Can’t Take It With YouPatricia Clarkson, The Elephant ManLydia Leonard, Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoSarah Stiles, Hand to GodJulie White, Airline HighwayBest Featured Actor in a Musical
Christian Borle, Something Rotten! Andy Karl, On the Twentieth CenturyBrad Oscar, Something Rotten! Brandon Uranowitz, An American in ParisMax von Essen, An American in ParisBest Featured Actress in a MusicalVictoria Clark, Gigi Judy Kuhn, Fun HomeSydney Lucas, Fun HomeRuthie Ann Miles, The King and IEmily Skeggs, Fun HomeBest Book of a MusicalFun Home by Lisa KronAn American in Paris by Craig Lucas,Something Rotten! by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O’FarrellThe Visit by Terrence McNallyBest ScoreFun Home by Jeanine Tesori and Lisa KronThe Last Ship by StingSomething Rotten! by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey KirkpatrickThe Visit by John Kander and Fred EbbBest Scenic Design of a PlayBunny Christie & Finn Ross, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeBob Crowley, SkylightChristopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoDavid Rockwell, You Can’t Take It With YouBest Scenic Design of a MusicalBob Crowley and 59 Productions, An American in ParisDavid Rockwell, On the Twentieth CenturyMichael Yeargan, The King and IDavid Zinn, Fun HomeBest Costume Design of a PlayBob Crowley, The AudienceJane Greenwood, You Can’t Take It With YouChristopher Oram, Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoDavid Zinn, Airline HighwayBest Costume Design of a MusicalGregg Barnes, Something Rotten! Bob Crowley, An American in ParisWilliam Ivey Long, On the Twentieth CenturyCatherine Zuber, The King and IBest Lighting Design of a PlayPaule Constable, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimePaule Constable and David Plater, Wolf Hall Parts One & TwoNatasha Katz, SkylightJaphy Weideman, Airline HighwayBest Lighting Design of a MusicalDonald Holder, The King and INatasha Katz, An American in ParisBen Stanton, Fun HomeJaphy Weideman, The VisitBest OrchestrationsChristopher Austin, Don Sebesky and Bill Elliott, An American in ParisJohn Clancy, Fun HomeLarry Hochman, Something Rotten! Rob Mathes, The Last ShipTony Nominations by ProductionAn American in Paris – 12Fun Home – 12Something Rotten! – 10The King and I – 9Wolf Hall Parts One & Two – 8Skylight – 7The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – 6Hand to God – 5On the Twentieth Century – 5The Visit – 5You Can’t Take It with You – 5Airline Highway – 4The Elephant Man – 4On the Town – 4The Audience – 3The Last Ship – 2Constellations – 1Disgraced – 1Gigi – 1The Heidi Chronicles – 1It’s Only a Play – 1This Is Our Youth – 1 View Commentslast_img

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