The 76th Tony Awards 2023 were held with complete success. The best red carpet looks and the list of big winners.
This year’s Tony Awards took place a few hours ago with absolute success , despite the difficulties that prevail due to the “Writers Guild of America” strike.
Several Hollywood stars attended the United Palace, in the Washington Heights district of Manhattan, and closely watched the ceremony that honors the top plays and musicals of Broadway.
Several awards were announced before the main ceremony, including Lifetime Achievement recognition and Best Original Score.
Ariana DeBose hosted the awards and opened the night with a few words about the strike, stressing that she and each host will be unscripted for the evening.
“To anyone who might have thought that last year was a bit of a doozy, I say, ‘Dear ones, buckle up,'” DeBose said.
The most beautiful red carpet appearances
Celebrities and their staffs tried to create elegant, dazzling looks exclusively for Tony Awards night. Jessica Chastain was the absolute star of the red carpet wearing a yellow maxi creation by Gucci.
In the following gallery you will find some of the most beautiful appearances.
Tony Awards 2023: The night’s winners
Audra MacDonald, was the performer with the most nominations in the history of the Tony Awards and yesterday she won the tenth Tony Award of her career. A total of 27 new productions were nominated by the day of the awards, with the musical adaptation of Some Like It Hot winning a total of 13 awards.
The musical “Some Like It Hot” was undoubtedly one of the favorites of the night, as it led with 13 nominations in total, which it won. It was followed by “Shucked, & Juliet” and “New York, New York” with 9 awards each.
By the big night of the Tony Awards, a total of 27 new productions had been nominated, with the musical adaptation of Some Like It Hot winning a total of 13 awards.
2023 Tony Awards: The list of winners
Best Revival of a Play
Suzan-Lori Parks’ Topdog/Underdog
Best musical revival
Best book for a musical
Kimberly Akimbo (David Lindsay-Abaire)
Best Original Score Written for the Theatre
Music: Jeanine Tesori/ Lyrics: David Lindsay-Abaire
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Sean Hayes, Good Night, Oscar
Best Performance by an A Female Role
Jodie Comer, Prima Facie
Best Performance by an Actor in a Musical
J. Harrison Ghee, Some Like It Hot
Best Performance by a Female in a Musical
Victoria Clark, Kimberly Akimbo
Best Male Performance (Featured) in a Play
Brandon Uranowitz, Leopoldstadt
Best Female Performance (Featured) in a Play
Miriam Silverman, The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window
Best Male Performance (Featured) in a Musical
Alex Newell, Shucked
Best Female Performance (Featured) in a Musical
Bonnie Milligan, Kimberly Akimbo
Best sets in a play
Tim Hatley & Andrzej Goulding, Life of Pi
Best sets in a musical
Beowulf Boritt, New York, New York
Best costumes in a play
Brigitte Reiffenstuel, Leopoldstadt
Best costumes in a musical
Gregg Barnes, Some Like It Hot
Better lighting in a theater
Tim Lutkin, Life of Pi
Best lighting in a musical
Natasha Katz, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Better sound in a theater
Carolyn Downing, Life of Pi
Better sound in a musical
Nevin Steinberg, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Best Direction in a Play
Patrick Marber, Leopoldstadt
Best Direction in a Musical
Michael Arden, Parade
Casey Nicholaw, Some Like It Hot
Charlie Rosen & Bryan Carter, Some Like It Hot.
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