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Tony Nominations 2009 -- FULL LIST!

Tony Nominations 2009 -- FULL LIST!

In The Heights composer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda and Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon announce the nominations for the 2009 Tony Awards at The New York Public Library for Performing Arts on Tuesday (May 5) in New York City.

Billy Elliot: The Musical led the race with 15 nominations with Next to Normal grabbing 11 and Hair picking up 8.

The three lads who portray the title star of Billy Elliot on a rotating basis — David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik, Kiril Kulish — compete for best actor in a musical.

(Click inside for the full list of 2009 Tony Nominations…)
BEST PLAY:
“Dividing the Estate”
“God of Carnage”
“reasons to be pretty”
“33 Variations”

BEST MUSICAL:
“Billy Elliot, The Musical”
“Next to Normal”
“Rock of Ages”
“Shrek The Musical”

BEST BOOK OF A MUSICAL:
“Billy Elliot, The Musical”
“Next to Normal”
“Shrek The Musical”
“(Title of Show)”

BEST ORIGINAL SCORE (MUSIC AND/OR LYRICS) WRITTEN FOR THE THEATRE:
“Billy Elliot, The Musical”
“Next to Normal”
“9 to 5: The Musical”
“Shrek The Musical”

BEST REVIVAL OF A PLAY:
“Joe Turner’s Come and Gone”
“Mary Stuart”
“The Norman Conquests”
“Waiting for Godot”

BEST REVIVAL OF A MUSICAL:
“Guys and Dolls”
“Hair”
“Pal Joey”
“West Side Story”

BEST SPECIAL THEATRICAL EVENT:
“Liza’s at The Palace”
“Slava’s Snowshow”
“Soul of Shaolin”
“You’re Welcome America. A Final Night With George W. Bush”

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTOR IN A PLAY:
Jeff Daniels,”God of Carnage”
Raul Esparza, “Speed-the-Plow”
James Gandolfini, “God of Carnage”
Geoffrey Rush, “Exit the King”
Thomas Sadoski, “Reasons to Be Pretty”

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTRESS IN A PLAY:
Hope Davis, “God of Carnage”
Jane Fonda, “33 Variations”
Marcia Gay Harden, “God of Carnage”
Janet McTeer, “Mary Stuart”
Harriet Walter, “Mary Stuart”

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTOR IN A MUSICAL:
David Alvarez, Trent Kowalik, and Kiril Kulish, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Gavin Creel, “Hair”
Brian d’Arcy James, “Shrek The Musical”
Constantine Maroulis, “Rock of Ages”
J. Robert Spencer, “Next to Normal”

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A LEADING ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL:
Stockard Channing, “Pal Joey”
Sutton Foster, “Shrek The Musical”;
Allison Janney, “9 to 5: The Musical”
Alice Ripley, “Next to Normal”
Josefina Scaglione, “West Side Story”

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTOR IN A PLAY:
John Glover, “Waiting for Godot”
Zach Grenier, “33 Variations”
Stephen Mangan, “The Norman Conquests”
Paul Ritter, “The Norman Conquests”
Roger Robinson, “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone”

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTRESS IN A PLAY:
Hallie Foote, “Dividing the Estate”
Jessica Hynes, “The Norman Conquests”
Marin Ireland, “reasons to be pretty”
Angela Lansbury, “Blithe Spirit”
Amanda Root, “The Norman Conquests”

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTOR IN A MUSICAL:
David Bologna, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Gregory Jbara, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Marc Kudisch, “9 to 5: The Musical”
Christopher Sieber, “Shrek The Musical”
Will Swenson, “Hair”

BEST PERFORMANCE BY A FEATURED ACTRESS IN A MUSICAL:
Jennifer Damiano, “Next to Normal”
Haydn Gwynne, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Karen Olivo, “West Side Story”
Martha Plimpton, “Pal Joey”
Carole Shelley, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”

BEST SCENIC DESIGN OF A PLAY:
Dale Ferguson, “Exit the King”
Rob Howell, “The Norman Conquests”
Derek McLane, “33 Variations”
Michael Yeargan, “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone”

BEST SCENIC DESIGN OF A MUSICAL:
Robert Brill, “Guys and Dolls”
Ian MacNeil, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Scott Pask, “Pal Joey”
Mark Wendland, “Next to Normal”

BEST COSTUME DESIGN OF A PLAY:
Dale Ferguson, “Exit the King”
Jane Greenwood, “Waiting for Godot”
Martin Pakledinaz, “Blithe Spirit”
Anthony Ward, “Mary Stuart”

BEST COSTUME DESIGN OF A MUSICAL:
Gregory Gale, “Rock of Ages”
Nicky Gillibrand, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Tim Hatley, “Shrek The Musical”
Michael McDonald, “Hair”

BEST LIGHTING DESIGN OF A PLAY:
David Hersey, “Equus”
David Lander, “33 Variations”
Brian MacDevitt, “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone”
Hugh Vanstone, “Mary Stuart”

BEST LIGHTING DESIGN OF A MUSICAL:
Kevin Adams, “Hair”
Kevin Adams, “Next to Normal”
Howell Binkley, “West Side Story”
Rick Fisher, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”

BEST SOUND DESIGN OF A PLAY:
Paul Arditti, “Mary Stuart”
Gregory Clarke, “Equus”
Russell Goldsmith, “Exit the King”
Scott Lehrer and Leon Rothenberg, “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone”

BEST SOUND DESIGN OF A MUSICAL:
Acme Sound Partners, “Hair”
Paul Arditti, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Peter Hylenski, “Rock of Ages”
Brian Ronan, “Next to Normal”

BEST DIRECTION OF A PLAY:
Phyllida Lloyd, “Mary Stuart”
Bartlett Sher, “Joe Turner’s Come and Gone”
Matthew Warchus, “God of Carnage”
Matthew Warchus, “The Norman Conquests”

BEST DIRECTION OF A MUSICAL:
Stephen Daldry, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Michael Greif, “Next to Normal”
Kristin Hanggi, “Rock of Ages”
Diane Paulus, “Hair”

BEST CHOREOGRAPHY:
Karole Armitage, “Hair”
Andy Blankenbuehler, “9 to 5: The Musical”
Peter Darling, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Randy Skinner, “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas”

BEST ORCHESTRATIONS:
Larry Blank, “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas”
Martin Koch, “Billy Elliot, The Musical”
Michael Starobin and Tom Kitt, “Next to Normal”
Danny Troob and John Clancy, “Shrek The Musical”

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31 Responses to “Tony Nominations 2009 -- FULL LIST!”

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  1. 1
    Dani Says:

    I love cynthia! and sex and the city!!

  2. 2
    LEE Says:

    What Katie Holmes did not get nominated for her play All My Sons??

    What is up with that???

  3. 3
    lol Says:

    Young people today are so stupid and have probably not even heard of any of these grand actors and actresses which have been nominated for their great performances.
    Seriously — Katie Holmes?!?! She is a terrible actress. Go watch a Laurence Olivier movie.

  4. 4
    Hi Says:

    @LEE: I’m not surprised at all ,katie was Awful and All My Sons team ended up with empty handed

  5. 5
    Steve p Says:

    Shrek and Pal Joey are two of the worst things I’ve ever seen in my life.

  6. 6
    jroc Says:

    Hair didn’t get nominated for best revival? Did it switch to broadway too late to be in the running?

  7. 7
    kim Says:

    next to normal was absolutely fabulous.
    and the whole cast is ridiculously nice in real life (:

  8. 8
    liuytfhgj Says:

    WHERE’S GREASE?! That should be nominated.

  9. 9
    dabu Says:

    Gee, what a surprise no Katie Holmes. No All My Sons. Gosh, golly, gee, what is the world coming to. Absolutely amazing that KH wasn’t nominated. MAGICAL. Awesome.
    Glad the Tonys showed some backbone and common sense and left this no talent ‘tommy boy bought the part’ for her off the awards.

  10. 10
    Bonnie plyler Says:

    Did anybody besides me think that Impressionism was an excellent play?
    I think that Jeremy Irons, Joan Allen and Marsha Mason all deserved nominations

  11. 11
    tabitha Says:

    What? no Seagull? No Angela Lansbury? No all My Sons and no Katie Holmes,Patrick Wilson and even John Lithgow?

    Funny how the Tony like the Oscars also differs from the Broadway Fans awards. They highly favor Angela Lansbury,Susan Sarandon and Katie Holmes.

  12. 12
    reese Says:

    The only thing I love and stand by is White Christmas. Rock of Ages and All my Sons were so robbed esp the cast.

  13. 13
    g Says:

    Kristin Scott Thomas and Katie Holmes deserved a nod. I also hope Twilight dominates the MTV awards….

  14. 14
    marilia Says:

    it’s unbelievable that Daniel Radcliffe didn’t get a nomination for his performance in Equus! He was just AMAZING , I still can’t believe, it’s so unfair !… =/
    It seems Tony Awards are like the Oscars ¬¬

  15. 15
    melissa asherman Says:

    I loved Shrek. I hope it gets something

  16. 16
    melissa asherman Says:

    I loved Shrek. I hope it gets something

  17. 17
    Michael Says:

    @jroc: I

    It’s a revival and is nominated in that category!

  18. 18
    Michael Says:

    @liuytfhgj:
    It was eligible and was nominated LAST year

  19. 19
    lakers fan in boston Says:

    i hate this ***** so bad
    since sex in the city
    i always knew she was a lesbian, even when i was a little kid, this vibe just came out of her hinting lesbian

  20. 20
    Tony Comment Says:

    The revival of West Side Story was crap! One of the best musicals ever written was destroyed. Politics will take the day and West Side will probably win.

    Billy Elliot should take best new musical. Genius!

    Shrek the Musical is extraordinarily witty and the music is fantastic. Shrek haters need to be knocked off their lofty towers. We need theater that is fun, clever and easy on the ears. Can’t wait to get the rights to put it up in my theater.

    Guys and Dolls was surprisingly good. Platt’s performance was a bit flat but the staging and energy was irresistible.

    Thought I would see more from Blithe Spirit. I loved it.

  21. 21
    Timothy Says:

    @Bonnie plyler: Wonderful, yes…at least Andre DeShields should have been nominated…he stole the show!

  22. 22
    gem Says:

    Angela Lansbury!!!! She was so incredible in her role as she always is!
    Billy Elliot, best musical I have seen (Next to Les mis that is)!!!!!

  23. 23
    casey Daly Says:

    where is the equus cast sound design give me a royal break

  24. 24
    dharmajoy Says:

    To the person who said the revival of West Side Story is crap – I wish they had more crap like that on Broadway! I saw that crappy show twice and I’m thinking of seeing it a 3rd time (and I’ve been to many, many Broadway musicals over the years).

  25. 25
    dildo Says:

    Thanks Jared for the full list! I see that “Shrek” the musical should win all of them! LOL!
    Frankly speaking, “Next to Normal” was the WORST broadway show I have EVER seen. The lyrics to the songs were laughable!

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