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  • adamunc
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    #434710

    Here’s a blanket category for all the other awards we haven’t covered yet.

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    adamunc
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    Astaire Award nominees:

    Best Female Dancer:

    Annaleigh AshfordYou Can’t Take it With You
    Leanne Cope – American in Paris
    Jill PaiceAmerican in Paris
    Megan FairchildOn the Town
    Erin DavieSideshow
    Emily PadgettSideshow
    XiaoChuan XieThe King and I
    Melanie MooreFinding Neverland

    Best Male Dancer:
    Robert Fairchild – American in Paris
    Clyde AlvesOn the Town
    Tony YazbeckOn the Town
    Jay Armstrong JohnsonOn the Town
    Phillip AttmoreOn the Twentieth Century
    Rick FaugnoOn the Twentieth Century
    Drew KingOn the Twentieth Century
    Richard Riaz YoderOn the Twentieth Century
    Christian BorleSomething Rotten!
    Alex SharpThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Best Choreographer:
    Christopher WheeldonAmerican in Paris
    Joshua BergasseOn the Town
    Christopher GattelliThe King and I
    Warren CarlyleOn the Twentieth Century
    Casey NicholawSomething Rotten!
    Scott Graham & Steven Hoggett for Frantic Assembly – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
    Steven Hoggett – The Last Ship
    Mia MichaelsFinding Neverland

    As previously reported, Tony and Academy Award winner Joel Grey (Cabaret) is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award, while Oscar winner Harvey Weinstein (Finding Neverland) is honored for his Outstanding Contribution to Musical Theatre and Film.

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    adamunc
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    LOL at Alex Sharp. Is there anything he won’t get nominated for? Leaving out Michelle Veintimilla and John Riddle from The Visit is criminal.

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    adamunc
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    New York Drama Critics Award for Best American Play went to Between Riverside and Crazy. Best Musical went to Hamilton.

    The body elected not to give an award for Best Foreign Play this year. Curious Incident got the most votes but not enough to continue the voting and award a winner. (Or whatever convoluted method this group uses.)

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    adamunc
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    Theatre World Award winners (six males and six females who made outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway debuts this season):

    Here is a complete list of this year’s winners:

    Geneva Carr, Hand to God
    Megan Fairchild, On The Town
    Sydney Lucas, Fun Home
    Karen Pittman, Disgraced
    Emily Skeggs, Fun Home
    Ruth Wilson, Constellations
    Daveed Diggs, Hamilton
    Robert Fairchild, An American In Paris
    Collin Kelly-Sordelet, The Last Ship
    Benjamin Scheuer, The Lion
    Alex Sharp, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time
    Micah Stock, It’s Only A Play

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    24Emmy
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    Vote Now! Finding Neverland & It’s Only a Play Lead 2015 Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Nominations

    By Broadway.com Staff    May 1, 2015 – 12:15PM

    Broadway.com Audience Choice Award nominees

    Broadway.com celebrates its 15th birthday on May 1, and you know what makes a great gift? Voting for the 2015 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards! The nominations are in, and the new musical Finding Neverland led the pack with 11 nominations. It’s followed closely by It’s Only a Play, which took in 10 nods. Four-time BACA winner Kristin Chenoweth garnered four nominations for her performance in On the Twentieth Century. Voting begins now and will end on May 10 at 11:59 PM. Winners will be announced shortly after.

    The Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards are the only major theater awards voted on by Broadway’s biggest cheerleaders: the fans. Shortly after its launch in 2000, the editors of Broadway.com realized that the Broadway community was missing an award from the people: the actual theatergoers who fill the seats, root for the stars and keep Broadway alive.

    CLICK TO VOTE!

    See below for a full list of nominees.

    Favorite New Musical
    An American in Paris
    Finding Neverland
    Fun Home
    It Shoulda Been You
    Something Rotten!

    Favorite New Play
    The Audience
    Constellations
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
    Hand to God
    The River

    Favorite Musical Revival
    Gigi
    The King and I
    On the Town
    On the Twentieth Century
    Side Show

    Favorite Play Revival
    The Elephant Man
    The Heidi Chronicles
    It’s Only a Play
    This Is Our Youth
    You Can’t Take It With You

    Favorite Long-Running Show
    A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder
    The Book of Mormon
    Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    Les Miserables
    Wicked

    Favorite Tour
    The Book of Mormon
    Cinderella
    Newsies
    Pippin
    Wicked

    Favorite Leading Actor in a Musical
    Michael Cerveris, Fun Home
    Corey Cott, Gigi
    Brian d’Arcy James, Something Rotten!
    Matthew Morrison, Finding Neverland
    Tony Yazbeck, On the Town

    Favorite Leading Actress in a Musical
    Kristin Chenoweth, On the Twentieth Century
    Lisa Howard, It Shoulda Been You
    Vanessa Hudgens, Gigi
    Laura Michelle Kelly, Finding Neverland
    Kelli O’Hara, The King and I

    Favorite Leading Actor in a Play
    Bradley Cooper, The Elephant Man
    Jake Gyllenhaal, Constellations
    Hugh Jackman, The River
    Nathan Lane, It’s Only a Play
    Alex Sharp, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Favorite Leading Actress in a Play
    Glenn Close, A Delicate Balance
    Maggie Gyllenhaal, The Real Thing
    Helen Mirren, The Audience
    Elisabeth Moss, The Heidi Chronicles
    Carey Mulligan, Skylight

    Favorite Featured Actor in a Musical
    Christian Borle, Something Rotten!
    David Burtka, It Shoulda Been You
    Kelsey Grammer, Finding Neverland
    Andy Karl, On the Twentieth Century
    Max von Essen, An American in Paris

    Favorite Featured Actress in a Musical
    Sierra Boggess, It Shoulda Been You
    Carolee Carmello, Finding Neverland
    Victoria Clark, Gigi
    Alysha Umphress, On the Town
    Teal Wicks, Finding Neverland

    Favorite Featured Actor in a Play
    Ian Barford, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
    Matthew Broderick, It’s Only a Play
    Rupert Grint, It’s Only a Play
    James Earl Jones, You Can’t Take It With You
    Bryce Pinkham, The Heidi Chronicles

    Favorite Featured Actress in a Play
    Annaleigh Ashford, You Can’t Take It With You
    Rose Byrne, You Can’t Take It With You
    Stockard Channing, It’s Only a Play
    Patricia Clarkson, The Elephant Man
    Megan Mullally, It’s Only a Play

    Favorite Diva Performance
    Kristin Chenoweth, On the Twentieth Century
    Tyne Daly, It Shoulda Been You
    Helen Mirren, The Audience
    Kelli O’Hara, The King and I
    Chita Rivera, The Visit

    Favorite Funny Performance
    Annaleigh Ashford, You Can’t Take It With You
    Kristin Chenoweth, On the Twentieth Century
    Kelsey Grammer, Finding Neverland
    Rupert Grint, It’s Only a Play
    Nathan Lane, It’s Only a Play

    Favorite Onstage Pair
    Sierra Boggess & David Burtka, It Shoulda Been You
    Kristin Chenoweth & Andy Karl, On the Twentieth Century
    Corey Cott & Vanessa Hudgens, Gigi
    Laura Michelle Kelly & Matthew Morrison, Finding Neverland
    Kelli O’Hara & Ken Watanabe, The King and I

    Favorite Breakthrough Performance (Male)
    Steven Boyer, Hand to God
    Robert Fairchild, An American in Paris
    Rupert Grint, It’s Only a Play
    Alex Sharp, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
    Micah Stock, It’s Only a Play

    Favorite Breakthrough Performance (Female)
    Megan Fairchild, On the Town
    Vanessa Hudgens, Gigi
    Sydney Lucas, Fun Home
    Ashley Park, The King and I
    Emily Skeggs, Fun Home

    Favorite Replacement (Male)
    Gavin Creel, The Book of Mormon
    Darren Criss, Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    Norm Lewis, The Phantom of the Opera
    John Cameron Mitchell, Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    Andrew Rannells, Hedwig and the Angry Inch

    Favorite Replacement (Female)
    Caroline Bowman, Wicked
    Carol Burnett, Love Letters
    Rebecca Naomi Jones, Hedwig and the Angry Inch
    Kara Lindsay, Wicked
    Emma Stone, Cabaret

    Favorite New Song
    “All That Matters,” Finding Neverland
    “A Musical,” Something Rotten!
    “Believe,” Finding Neverland
    “God, I Hate Shakespeare,” Something Rotten!
    “Neverland,” Finding Neverland

    Shows with multiple nominations:
    Finding Neverland – 11
    It’s Only a Play – 10
    Gigi – 6
    It Shoulda Been You – 6
    On the Twentieth Century – 6
    Hedwig and the Angry Inch – 5
    The King and I – 5
    Something Rotten! – 5
    You Can’t Take It With You – 5
    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – 4
    Fun Home – 4
    On the Town – 4
    Wicked – 4
    An American in Paris – 3
    The Audience – 3
    The Book of Mormon – 3
    The Elephant Man – 3
    The Heidi Chronicles – 3
    Constellations – 2
    Hand to God – 2
    The River – 2

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    David Buchanan
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    Theatre World Award winners (six males and six females who made outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway debuts this season):

    Here is a complete list of this year’s winners:

    Geneva Carr, Hand to God
    Megan Fairchild, On The Town
    Sydney Lucas, Fun Home
    Karen Pittman, Disgraced
    Emily Skeggs, Fun Home
    Ruth Wilson, Constellations
    Daveed Diggs, Hamilton
    Robert Fairchild, An American In Paris
    Collin Kelly-Sordelet, The Last Ship
    Benjamin Scheuer, The Lion
    Alex Sharp, The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time
    Micah Stock, It’s Only A Play

    There are some great ones in this list who have received a lot of other attention, i.e. Geneva Carr, Sydney Lucas, Emily Skeggs, Alex Sharp, and Micah Stock, but I am most thrilled to see Karen Pittman remembered! She was the only cast member from Disgraced Off-Broadway who made the transition to Broadway with the production, and she was tremendous in the role. A Tony nod for her would have been very justified. 

    Formerly known in the forums as PianoMann.

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    FreemanGriffin
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    Those broadway.com nominations are hilarious – ya gotta be a movie star! (; (yes, I know: mixed in with lots of t.v. and broadway stars but it HELPS to be a movie star on broadway.com!)

    Really great list of Theatre World award winners! (: Has Richard McCabe appeared in NYC theatre before?

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    24Emmy
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    Lucille Lortel Awards are tomorrow — http://lortelaward.com/2015nominees.htm

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    adamunc
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    Astaire Award winners:

    Female dancer: Leanne Cope, An American in Paris
    Male dancer: (tie) Robert Fairchild, An American in Paris and Tony Yazbeck, On the Town
    Choreographer: (tie) Christopher Wheeldon, An American in Paris and Joshua Bergasse, On the Town

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    SamEckmann
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    I really wish Wheeldon and Bergasse could tie at the Tonys. Two incredibly worthy bodies of work. 

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    adamunc
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    The BroadwayWorld.com Audience Award winners have been announced. These have even less credibility than a MIchael Riedel prediction (witness the Best Score winner), but for the sake of completeness and chuckles, here they are:

    And, the winners are…

    Best Book of a Musical

    Lisa KronFun Home

    Best Choreography

    Christopher WheeldonAn American in Paris

    Best Costume Design

    Catherine ZuberThe King and I

    Best Direction of a Musical

    Sam GoldFun Home

    Best Direction of a Play

    Marianne ElliottThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Best Featured Actor in a Musical

    Christian BorleSomething Rotten!

    Best Featured Actor in a Play

    Rupert GrintIt’s Only a Play

    Best Featured Actress in a Musical

    Sierra BoggessIt Shoulda Been You

    Best Featured Actress in a Play

    Annaleigh AshfordYou Can’t Take it with You

    Best Leading Actor in a Musical

    Matthew MorrisonFinding Neverland

    Best Leading Actor in a Play

    Alex SharpThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Best Leading Actress in a Musical

    Kelli O’Hara – The King and I

    Best Leading Actress in a Play

    Helen MirrenThe Audience

    Best Lighting Design

    Kenneth PosnerFinding Neverland

    Best Long-Running Broadway Show

    Wicked

    Best Musical

    Fun Home

    Best Off-Broadway Musical

    Hamilton

    Best Off-Broadway Play

    Application Pending

    Best Orchestrations

    Simon HaleFinding Neverland

    Best Play

    The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Best Revival of a Musical

    The King and I

    Best Revival of a Play

    The Elephant Man

    Best Scenic Design

    Scott PaskFinding Neverland

    Best Score

    Gary Barlow (music and lyrics) – Finding Neverland

    Best Sound Design of a Musical

    Jonathan Deans – Finding Neverland

    Best Sound Design of a Play

    Ian Dickinson, Autograph – The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

    Best Touring Production

    Wicked

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