December 2, 2022

The seventy fifth annual Tony Awards have been held Sunday evening to honor the highest performances from the theater trade, following two years of Broadway disruptions led to via the COVID-19 pandemic. Academy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Ariana DeBose hosted the rite from Radio Town Tune Corridor in New York Town.

“A Atypical Loop” got here into the evening with 11 nominations, probably the most for any display, and took house the awards for Absolute best Musical and Absolute best E-book for a Musical. The Absolute best Musical win delivered a Tony Award to Jennifer Hudson, who is likely one of the manufacturers of the display, making her simply the seventeenth ever EGOT winner, which means she has received an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Award.

Hudson had in the past received an Oscar in 2007 for her position in “Dreamgirls,” a Daylight Emmy in 2021, and two Grammy Awards, one in 2009 for Absolute best R&B Album and some other in 2017 for Absolute best Musical Theater Album.

The display featured musical performances from “The Tune Guy,” “A Atypical Loop,” “Corporate” and lots of extra.

Barbara Whitman, Michael R. Jackson, Jaquel Spivey, and forged and staff pose onstage after profitable the award for Absolute best Musical for “A Atypical Loop” attends the seventy fifth Annual Tony Awards at Radio Town Tune Corridor on June 12, 2022 in New York Town

Kevin Mazur


Absolute best New Musical

  • “A Atypical Loop” — Winner
  • “Lady From the North Nation”
  • “MJ”
  • “Mr. Saturday Night time”
  • “Paradise Sq.”
  • “Six: The Musical”

Absolute best Musical Revival

  • “Corporate” — Winner
  • “Caroline, or Alternate”
  • “The Tune Guy”

Absolute best New Play

  • “The Lehman Trilogy” — Winner
  • “Clyde’s”
  • “Hangmen”
  • “The Mins”
  • “Skeleton Staff”

Absolute best Play Revival

  • “Take Me Out” — Winner
  • “American Buffalo”
  • “For Coloured Ladies Who Have Regarded as Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf”
  • “How I Realized to Force”
  • “Hassle in Thoughts”

Absolute best E-book of a Musical

  • Michael R. Jackson, “A Atypical Loop” — Winner
  • Christina Anderson, Craig Lucas and Larry Kirwan, “Paradise Sq.”
  • Billy Crystal, Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel, “Mr. Saturday Night time”
  • Conor McPherson, “Lady From the North Nation”
  • Lynn Nottage, “MJ”

Absolute best Authentic Ranking

  • “Six: The Musical,” song and lyrics: Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss — Winner
  • “Flying Over Sundown,” song via Tom Kitt; lyrics via Michael Korie
  • “Mr. Saturday Night time,” song via Jason Robert Brown; lyrics via Amanda Inexperienced
  • “Paradise Sq.,” song via Jason Howland and Larry Kirwan; lyrics via Nathan Tysen and Masi Asare
  • “A Atypical Loop,” song and lyrics: Michael R. Jackson

Absolute best Path of a Play

  • Sam Mendes, “The Lehman Trilogy” — Winner
  • Lileana Blain-Cruz, “The Pores and skin of Our Enamel”
  • Camille A. Brown, “For Coloured Ladies Who Have Regarded as Suicide/ When the Rainbow Is Enuf”
  • Neil Pepe, “American Buffalo”
  • Les Waters, “Dana H.”

Absolute best Path of a Musical

  • Marianne Elliott, “Corporate” — Winner
  • Stephen Brackett, “A Atypical Loop”
  • Conor McPherson, “Lady From the North Nation”
  • Lucy Moss and Jamie Armitage, “Six: The Musical”
  • Christopher Wheeldon, “MJ”

Absolute best Main Actor in a Play

  • Simon Russell Beale, “The Lehman Trilogy” — Winner
  • Adam Godley, “The Lehman Trilogy”
  • Adrian Lester, “The Lehman Trilogy”
  • David Morse, “How I Realized to Force”
  • Sam Rockwell, “American Buffalo”
  • Ruben Santiago-Hudson, “Lackawanna Blues”
  • David Threlfall, “Hangmen”

Absolute best Main Actress in a Play

  • Deirdre O’Connell, “Dana. H” — Winner
  • Gabby Beans, “The Pores and skin of Our Enamel”
  • LaChanze, “Hassle in Thoughts”
  • Ruth Negga, “Macbeth”
  • Mary-Louise Parker, “How I Realized to Force”

Absolute best Main Actor in a Musical

  • Myles Frost, “MJ” — Winner
  • Billy Crystal, “Mr. Saturday Night time”
  • Hugh Jackman, “The Tune Guy”
  • Rob McClure, “Mrs. Doubtfire”
  • Jaquel Spivey, “A Atypical Loop”

Absolute best Main Actress in a Musical

  • Joaquina Kalukango, “Paradise Sq.” — Winner
  • Sharon D Clarke, “Caroline, or Alternate”
  • Carmen Cusack, “Flying Over Sundown”
  • Sutton Foster, “The Tune Guy”
  • Mare Winningham, “Lady From the North Nation”

Absolute best Featured Actor in a Play

  • Jesse Tyler Ferguson, “Take Me Out” — Winner
  • Alfie Allen, “Hangmen”
  • Chuck Cooper, “Hassle in Thoughts”
  • Ron Cephas Jones, “Clyde’s”
  • Michael Oberholtzer, “Take Me Out”
  • Jesse Williams, “Take Me Out”

Absolute best Featured Actress in a Play

  • Phylicia Rashad, “Skeleton Staff” — Winner
  • Uzo Aduba, “Clyde’s”
  • Rachel Dratch, “POTUS”
  • Kenita R. Miller, “For Coloured Ladies Who Have Regarded as Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf”
  • Julie White, “POTUS”
  • Kara Younger, “Clyde’s”

Absolute best Featured Actor in a Musical

  • Matt Doyle, “Corporate” — Winner
  • Sidney DuPont, “Paradise Sq.”
  • Jared Grimes, “Humorous Lady”
  • John-Andrew Morrison, “A Atypical Loop”
  • A.J. Shively, “Paradise Sq.”

Absolute best Featured Actress in a Musical

  • Patti LuPone, “Corporate” — Winner
  • Jeannette Bayardelle, “Lady From the North Nation”
  • Shoshana Bean, “Mr. Saturday Night time”
  • Jayne Houdyshell, “The Tune Guy”
  • L Morgan Lee, “A Atypical Loop”
  • Jennifer Simard, “Corporate”

Absolute best Scenic Design of a Play

  • Es Devlin, “The Lehman Trilogy” — Winner
  • Beowulf Boritt, “POTUS”
  • Anna Fleischle, “Hangmen”
  • Michael Carnahan and Nicholas Hussong, “Skeleton Staff”
  • Scott Pask, “American Buffalo”
  • Adam Rigg, “The Pores and skin of Our Enamel”

Absolute best Scenic Design of a Musical

  • Bunny Christie, “Corporate” — Winner
  • Beowulf Boritt and 59 Productions, “Flying Over Sundown”
  • Arnulfo Maldonado, “A Atypical Loop”
  • Derek McLane and Peter Nigrini, “MJ”
  • Allen Moyer, “Paradise Sq.”

Absolute best Gown Design of a Play

  • Montana Levi Blanco, “The Pores and skin of Our Enamel” — Winner
  • Sarafina Bush, “For Coloured Ladies Who Have Regarded as Suicide/ When the Rainbow Is Enuf”
  • Jane Greenwood, “Plaza Suite”
  • Jennifer Moeller, “Clyde’s”
  • Emilio Sosa, “Skeleton Staff”

Absolute best Gown Design of a Musical

  • Gabriella Slade, “Six: The Musical” — Winner
  • Fly Davis, “Caroline, or Alternate”
  • Toni-Leslie James, “Paradise Sq.”
  • William Ivey Lengthy, “Diana, the Musical”
  • Santo Loquasto, “The Tune Guy”
  • Paul Tazewell, “MJ”

Absolute best Lighting fixtures Design of a Play

  • Jon Clark, “The Lehman Trilogy” — Winner
  • Joshua Carr, “Hangmen”
  • Jiyoun Chang, “For Coloured Ladies Who Have Regarded as Suicide/ When the Rainbow Is Enuf”
  • Jane Cox, “Macbeth”
  • Yi Zhao, “The Pores and skin of Our Enamel”

Absolute best Lighting fixtures Design of a Musical

  • Natasha Katz, “MJ” — Winner
  • Neil Austin, “Corporate”
  • Tim Deiling, “Six: The Musical”
  • Donald Holder, “Paradise Sq.”
  • Bradley King, “Flying Over Sundown”
  • Jen Schriever, “A Atypical Loop”

Absolute best Sound Design of a Play

  • Mikhail Fiksel, “Dana H.” — Winner
  • Nick Powell and Dominic Bilkey, “The Lehman Trilogy”
  • Justin Ellington, “For Coloured Ladies Who Have Regarded as Suicide/ When the Rainbow Is Enuf”
  • Palmer Hefferan, “The Pores and skin of Our Enamel”
  • Mikaal Sulaiman, “Macbeth”

Absolute best Sound Design of a Musical

  • Gareth Owen, “MJ” — Winner
  • Simon Baker, “Lady From the North Nation”
  • Ian Dickinson for Autograph, “Corporate”
  • Paul Gatehouse, “Six: The Musical”
  • Drew Levy, “A Atypical Loop”

Absolute best Choreography

  • Christopher Wheeldon, “MJ” — Winner
  • Camille A. Brown, “For Coloured Ladies Who Have Regarded as Suicide/ When the Rainbow Is Enuf”
  • Warren Carlyle, “The Tune Guy”
  • Carrie-Anne Ingrouille, “Six: The Musical”
  • Invoice T. Jones, “Paradise Sq.”

Absolute best Orchestrations

  • Simon Hale, “Lady From the North Nation” — Winner
  • David Cullen, “Corporate”
  • Tom Curran, “Six: The Musical”
  • Jason Michael Webb and David Holcenberg, “MJ”
  • Charlie Rosen, “A Atypical Loop”

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