Tony Awards cheat sheet: You should predict Kristin Chenoweth, Helen Mirren, …

Looking for a handy cheat sheet before entering our contest to predict this weekend’s Tony Awards for a chance to win $100 and a place of honor on our leaderboard? Then take a look at our racetrack odds below. The predicted winners are indicated in gold (be sure to click on each category title for an in-depth look at that race).

These official odds are based on a combination of four sets of forecasts at Gold Derby: ExpertsEditors, the Top 24 Users (at last year’s awards) and All Users. Last year, Gold Derby’s Experts, Users and Top 24 were right 84.62% of the time, while our Editors trailed with 73.08%.

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Our Users are hoping stay ahead of us again this year, and you can help. If you think you know who will win this year’s Tony Awards races, click here to make your predictions. Your picks will be pooled together to generate our official racetrack odds, and if you have this year’s best predictions, you’ll win a $100 Amazon gift card (if you qualify according to our contest rules).

Remember that coming out on top doesn’t just mean answering the week’s questions correctly. You also have to use your three big bets (one of 500 points and two of 200 points) strategically to score the most game points. If you bet on a long shot who pulls off an upset, you can really rack up the points. As we use those point totals to break ties when more than one user tops our leaderboard with the same number of correct predictions, don’t take them for granted.

Last year, our top User was Dillon Rosenblatt, who predicted 89% of the winners. Do you have that kind of special insight into this year’s contest? If so, there’s still time to make your predictions before Sunday’s live telecast. Click here to visit our predictions center, where you can enter your picks, or use the easy drag-and-drop menu at the bottom of this post to get started.

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And meet our previous contest champs. You could join them on our leaderboard

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BEST MUSICAL
“Fun Home” – 9/10
“An American in Paris” – 27/20
“Something Rotten” – 33/1
“The Visit” – 100/1

BEST MUSICAL REVIVAL
“The King and I” – 1/10
“On the Twentieth Century” – 12/1
“On the Town” – 33/1

BEST MUSICAL BOOK
“Fun Home” – 1/10
“Something Rotten” – 14/1
“An American in Paris” – 33/1
“The Visit” – 50/1

BEST MUSICAL SCORE
“Fun Home” – 2/13
“Something Rotten” – 14/1
“The Lash Ship” – 20/1
“The Visit” – 50/1

BEST ACTOR IN A MUSICAL
Michael Cerveris, “Fun Home” – 10/9
Robert Fairchild, “An American in Paris” – 12/5
Brian d’Arcy James, “Something Rotten” – 4/1
Ken Watanabe, “The King and I” – 50/1
Tony Yazbeck, “On the Town” – 100/1

BEST ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL
Kristin Chenoweth, “On the Twentieth Century” – 4/5
Kelli O’Hara, “The King and I” – 17/10
Chita Rivera, “The Visit” – 25/1
Beth Malone, “Fun Home” – 50/1
Leanne Cope, “An American in Paris” – 100/1

BEST FEATURED ACTOR IN A MUSICAL
Andy Karl, “On the Twentieth Century” – 8/13
Christian Borle, “Something Roten” – 13/5
Brad Oscar, “Something Rotten” – 12/1
Max Von Essen, “An American in Paris” – 50/1
Brandon Uranowitz, “An American in Paris” – 100/1

BEST FEATURED ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL
Judy Kuhn, “Fun Home” – 3/10
Sydney Lucas, “Fun Home” – 13/2
Ruthie Ann Miles, “The King and I” – 14/1
Emily Skeggs, “Fun Home” – 50/1
Victoria Clark, “Gigi” – 50/1

BEST DIRECTOR OF A MUSICAL
“Fun Home” – 2/9
“An American in Paris” – 8/1
“Something Rotten” – 33/1
“The King and I” – 50/1
“On the Town” – 50/1

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY
“An American in Paris” – 2/13
“The King and I” – 16/1
“On the Town” – 33/1
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” – 50/1
“Something Rotten” – 100/1

BEST ORCHESTRATIONS
“An American in Paris” – 2/13
“Fun Home” – 10/1
“The Last Ship” – 33/1
“Something Rotten” – 50/1

BEST SCENIC DESIGN IN A MUSICAL
“An American in Paris” – 2/5
“The King and I” – 10/3
“Fun Home” – 50/1
“On the Twentieth Century” – 50/1

BEST COSTUME DESIGN IN A MUSICAL
“The King and I” – 2/5
“An American in Paris” – 10/3
“Something Rotten” – 50/1
“On the Twentieth Century” – 50/1

BEST LIGHTING DESIGN IN A MUSICAL
“An American in Paris” – 2/13
“The King and I” – 16/1
“Fun Home” -20/1
“The Visit” – 50/1

BEST PLAY
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” – 1/10
“Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2” – 14/1
“Hand to God” – 50/1
“Disgraced” – 100/1

BEST PLAY REVIVAL
“The Elephant Man” – 2/3
“Skylight” – 23/10
“You Can’t Take it With You” – 9/1
“This is Our Youth” – 100/1

BEST ACTOR IN A PLAY
Alex Sharp, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” – 2/9
Bradley Cooper. “The Elephant Man” – 8/1
Steven Boyer, “Hand to God” – 33/1
Ben Miles, “Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2” – 50/1
Bill Nighy, “Skylight” – 100/1

BEST ACTRESS IN A PLAY
Helen Mirren, “The Audience” – 1/10
Carey Mulligan, “Skylight” – 25/1
Elisabeth Moss, “The Heidi Chronicles” – 50/1
Ruth Wilson, “Constellations” – 50/1
Geneva Carr, “Hand to God” – 100/1

BEST FEATURED ACTOR IN A PLAY
Micah Stock, “It’s Only a Play” – 27/20
Nathaniel Parker, “Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2” – 7/5
Richard McCabe, “The Audience” – 9/1
Alessandro Nivola, “The Elephant Man” – 33/1
K. Todd Freeman, “Airline Highway” – 50/1
Matthew Beard, “Skylight” – 100/1

BEST FEATURED ACTRESS IN A PLAY
Annaleigh Ashford, “You Can’t Take it With You” – 2/7
Patricia Clarkson, “The Elephant Man” – 11/2
Sarah Stiles, “Hand to God” – 50/1
Julie White, “Airline Highway” – 50/1
Lydia Leonard, “Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2” – 50/1

BEST DIRECTOR OF A PLAY
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” – 2/13
“Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2” – 16/1
“Hand to God” – 50/1
“Skylight” – 50/1
“You Can’t Take it With You” – 100/1

BEST SCENIC DESIGN IN A PLAY
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” – 4/5
“Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2” – 3/2
“You Can’t Take it With You” – 50/1
“Skylight” – 50/1

BEST COSTUME DESIGN IN A PLAY
“Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2” – 2/13
“The Audience” – 10/1
“Airline Highway” – 50/1
“You Can’t Take it With You” – 50/1

BEST LIGHTING DESIGN IN A PLAY
“The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” – 1/10
“Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2” – 25/1
“Skylight” – 50/1
“Airline Highway” – 50/1

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