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2011 Award Season

Posted on: May 3rd, 2011 by Roundabout
* = Winner
 
 
Tony® Award Nominations:

Anything Goes
 
*Best Revival of a Musical
*Best Actress in a Musical - Sutton Foster
Best Featured Actor in a Musical - Adam Godley
Best Direction of a Musical – Kathleen Marshall
*Best Choreography – Kathleen Marshall
Best Scenic Design of a Musical – Derek McLane
Best Costume Design of a Musical – Martin Pakledinaz 
Best Lighting Design of a Musical – Peter Kaczorowski
Best Sound Design of a Musical – Brian Ronan
  
The Importance of Being Earnest 
Best Revival of a Play
Best Actor in a Play - Brian Bedford
*Best Costume Design of a Play  - Desmond Heeley

Brief Encounter
Best Actress in a Play - Hannah Yelland
Best Sound Design of a Play - Simon Baker

The People in the Picture 
Best Actress in a Musical - Donna Murphy

Full list of nominees.

Drama Desk Award Nominations:
 

Anything Goes
*Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outstanding Director of a Musical – Kathleen Marshall
*Outstanding Choreography – Kathleen Marshall
*Outstanding Actress in a Musical – Sutton Foster
Outstanding Actor in a Musical – Colin Donnell
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Adam Godley
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical – Laura Osnes
*Outstanding Set Design – Derek McLane
Outstanding Costume Design – Martin Pakledinaz
*Outstanding Sound Design in a Musical – Brian Ronan

The Importance of Being Earnest
Outstanding Revival of a Play
*Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play – Brian Bedford
Outstanding Costume Design - Desmond Heeley

The People in the Picture
Outstanding Actress in a Musical – Donna Murphy
Outstanding Book of a Musical – Iris Rainer Dart
Outstanding Music - Mike Stoller and Artie Butler

 Full list of nominees.

Outer Critic's Circle Nominations:

Anything Goes
*Outstanding Revival of a Musical
Outstanding Director of a Musical – Kathleen Marshall
*Outstanding Choreographer  – Kathleen Marshall
*Outstanding Actress in a Musical – Sutton Foster
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Colin Donnell
*Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – Adam Godley
Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical – John McMartin
Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical – Laura Osnes

The Importance of Being Earnest
Outstanding Revival of a Play
*Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play – Brian Bedford
Outstanding Set Design (play or musical) – Desmond Heeley
Outstanding Costume Design (play or musical) – Desmond Heeley

Brief Encounter
Outstanding Director of a Play - Emma Rice
*Outstanding Set Design (play or musical) – Neil Murray
Outstanding Lighting Design (play or musical) – Malcolm Rippeth

The People in the Picture
Outstanding Actress in a Musical - Donna Murphy

The Dream of the Burning Boy
Outstanding Actor in a Play - Reed Birney

John Gassner Award presented for an American play:
David West Read for The Dream of the Burning Boy
Kim Rosenstock for Tigers Be Still

Full list of nominees.  

Drama League Nominations:

Anything Goes
*Distinguished Revival of a Musical
Distinguised Performance Award: Sutton Foster & Colin Donnell

The Importance of Being Earnest
Distinguished Revival of a Play
Distinguished Performance Award: Brian Bedford

The People in the Picture
Distinguished Production of a Musical
Distinguished Performance Award: Donna Murphy

The Dream of the Burning Boy
Distinguished Production of a Play
Distinguished Performance Award: Reed Birney & Alexandra Socha 

Tigers Be Still
Distinguished Performance Award: Halley Feiffer

Full list of nominees.  

The Astaire Awards Nominations: 

Anything Goes
Excellence in Choreography on Broadway - Kathleen Marshall
*Best Female Dancer Broadway - Sutton Foster
Best Female Dancer on Broadway - Laura Osnes
Best Male Dancer Broadway - Colin Donnell

Full list of nominees.  



Related Categories:
2010-2011 Season, Anything Goes, Brief Encounter, Roundabout News, The Dream of the Burning Boy, The Importance of Being Earnest, The People In The Picture, Tigers Be Still


3 Comments
  1. William Ryall

    May 3, 2011

    As a cast member of Anything Goes I would like to publicly thank everyone involved with our extrodinary production but most importantly to Kathleen Marshall who set the tone for a calm, creative environment – bringing her considerable talent and steady guidance to a joyous experience. The result of having her at the helm has been duly awarded with a plethora of nominations. This is my 12th Broadway show and I look forward to go to work each and every day. Congrats to all!

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  2. Lenarda Elfenbein

    June 7, 2011

    The People in the Picture Frame, was the most depressing show I have ever seen. What kind of musical is this??

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  3. Lenarda Elfenbein

    June 7, 2011

    Read above

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