Which shows were shut out of Tony Awards?

Okay, admit it. Sure you love to know who won the Tonys but isn’t it fun to find out which shows were shut out as well. I don’t mean those productions that didn’t even reap nominations. Rather, which ones piled up Tony bids but left Radio City Music Hall without any bragging rights. 

Below, a rundown of those five musicals and eight plays that got run down by others in their races. 

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On the Twentieth Century” (5 nominations)
Musical Revival
Actress, Kristin Chenoweth
Featured Actor, Andy Karl
Scenic Design
Costume Design

The Visit” (5 nominations)
Actress, Chita Rivera
Lighting Design

On the Town” (4 nominations)
Musical Revival
Actor, Tony Yazbeck

The Last Ship” (2 nominations)

Gigi” (1 nomination)
Featured Actress, Victoria Clark

Tony Awards winners: Show by show


Hand to God” (5 nominations)
Actor, Steve Boyer
Actress, Geneva Carr
Featured Actress, Sarah Stiles

Airline Highway” (4 nominations)
Featured Actor, K. Todd Freeman
Featured Actress, Julie White
Costume Design
Lighting Design

The Elephant Man” (4 nominations)
Play Revival
Actor, Bradley Cooper
Featured Actor, Alessandro Nivola
Featured Actress, Patricia Clarkson

Constellations” (1 nomination)
Actress, Ruth Wilson

Disgraced” (1 nomination)

The Heidi Chronicles” (1 nomination)
Actress, Elisabeth Moss

Its Only a Play” (1 nomination)
Featured Actor, Micah Stock

This Is Our Youth” (1 nomination)
Play Revival

Then there were the unlucky 13 shows that opened this season but were snubbed completely by the Tonys and not even invited to the party: “The Country House,” “A Delicate Balance,” “Doctor Zhivago,” “Finding Neverland,” “Fish in the Dark,” “Holler If Ya Hear Me,” “Honeymoon in Vegas,” “It Shoulda Been You,” “Living on Love,” “Love Letters,” “The Real Thing,” “The River” and “Side Show.”

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