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Year Category Show
1947 Special Tony Awards

for unfailing courtesy as treasurer of the Martin Beck Theatre

1947 Special Tony Awards

for enthusiasm as inveterate first-nighters

1947 Special Tony Awards

for the season's most prolific backer and producer

1947 Special Tony Awards

for the annual publication of The Ten Best Plays

1947 Special Tony Awards

for intricate construction for the production of If the Shoe Fits

1947 Special Tony Awards

for providing a transient home and comfort station for theatre folk at Sardi's for 20 years

1948 Play

by Thomas Heggen and Joshua Logan/based on the Thomas Heggen novel

1948 Regional Theatre Award

Virginia Barter Theatre

1948 Special Tony Awards

Contribution To Theatre Through A Publication for Editor, Theatre Arts

1948 Special Tony Awards

Distinguished Wing Volunteer Worker Through The War And After

1948 Special Tony Awards

For Experiment In Theatre, John Garfield Accepted

1948 Special Tony Awards

Outstanding Foreign Company

1948 Special Tony Awards

Progressive Theatre Operators to President of City Investing Company, owner of several theatres in New York

1948 Special Tony Awards

Progressive Theatre Operators to Operator of the American Theatre, St. Louis

1948 Special Tony Awards

for twenty-five years of courteous and efficient service as a backstage doorman (Empire Theatre)

1948 Stage Technician

1949 Musical

Music and lyrics by Cole Porter, book by Bella and Samuel Spewack.

1949 Play

1949 Scenic Designer

(Sleepy Hollow / Summer and Smoke / Anne of the Thousand Days / Death of a Salesman / South Pacific)

1950 Special Tony Awards

Brock Pemberton, founder of awards and its original chairman (posthumous).

1950 Special Tony Awards

Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt presented a special award to volunteer worker Philip Faversham of the American Theatre Wing's hospital program.

1950 Special Tony Awards

founder of awards and its original chairman (posthumous)

1951 Scenic Designer

(The Rose Tattoo / The Country Girl / Season In The Sun)

1951 Special Tony Awards

for her services as a volunteer in arranging reservation and seating for the five Tony Awards.

1951 Stage Technician

master electrician (The Autumn Garden)

1952 Play

by Jan de Hartog

1952 Special Tony Awards

for an important contribution to the revival of vaudeville through her recent stint at the Palace Theatre.

1952 Special Tony Awards

for his contributing to and encouraging the development of stage lighting and electronics.

1952 Special Tony Awards

for distinguished performance in Don Juan in Hell, thereby assisting in a new theatre trend.

1952 Stage Technician

master carpenter for Call Me Madam.

1953 Special Tony Awards

for An Evening with Beatrice Lillie.

1953 Special Tony Awards

for heading a variety bill at the Palace Theatre. Equity Community Theatre.

1954 Scenic Designer

Ondine and The Teahouse of the August Moon

1956 Special Tony Awards

1956 Special Tony Awards

1956 Special Tony Awards

1956 Special Tony Awards

distinguished Off-Broadway production; Carmen Capalbo, Stanley Chase, producers.

1956 Special Tony Awards

on it's twenty-fifth anniversary, for its distinguished service to the theatre. George Freedley, founder and curator, accepted.

1956 Stage Technician

electrician and sound man, (Middle of the Night / Damn Yankees)

1957 Special Tony Awards

Stratford, Connecticut

1957 Special Tony Awards

1957 Special Tony Awards

1957 Special Tony Awards

1957 Special Tony Awards

1957 Stage Technician

(posthumous), carpenter, Major Barbara

1958 Special Tony Awards

for presenting free performances in Central Park and the Hecksher Theater.

1958 Special Tony Awards

for fifteen years of untiring dedication to the American Theatre Wing, which she served as treasurer, secretary and chairman of the board of directors. Presented by Elaine Perry, daughter of Antoinette Perry.

1958 Special Tony Awards

Phoenix Theatre, Esther Hawley

1959 Special Tony Awards

for contribution to theatre for his extraordinary insight into the writings of Shakespeare as demonstrated in his one-man play, Ages of Man.

1959 Special Tony Awards

for a collaboration that lasted longer than Gilbert and Sullivan.

1959 Special Tony Awards

(Pamela Austin, Colette Brosset, Roger Caccia, Yvonne Constant, Genevieve Coulombel, Robert Dhery, Michael Kent, Jean Lefevre, Jacques Legras, Michael Modo, Pierre Olaf, Nicole Parent, Ross Parker, Henri Pennec), for contribution to the theatre.

1960 Special Tony Awards

for vision and leadership in creating the Lincoln Center, a landmark of theatre encompassing the performing arts.

1960 Special Tony Awards

A Thurber Carnival

1961 Special Tony Awards

In recognition of a fabulous production record over the last seven years.

1961 Special Tony Awards

For organizing the first repertory to go abroad for the State Department.

1962 Special Tony Awards

Retired drama critic of the New York Times

1962 Special Tony Awards

For designs and direction of the Old Vic's Romeo and Juliet.

1962 Special Tony Awards

For all he has done for young people in the theatre and for taking the men of the orchestra out of the pit and putting them on stage in No Strings.

1963 Special Tony Awards

On behalf of the Ford Foundation for his and their distinguished support of the American Theatre.

1963 Special Tony Awards

For his distinguished contribution to the musical theatre for these many years

1963 Special Tony Awards

For Beyond the Fringe, for their brilliance which has shattered all the old concepts of comedy.

1964 Special Tony Awards

Celebrating her 50th year as an actress, honored for her work with the National Repertory Theatre.

1965 Special Tony Awards

For having produced 88 plays and musicals and for his perseverance which has helped to keep New York and theatre alive

1965 Special Tony Awards

1966 Special Tony Awards

For a lifetime of devotion and dedicated service to the Broadway theatre.

1968 Special Tony Awards

1968 Special Tony Awards

1968 Special Tony Awards

1968 Special Tony Awards

1968 Special Tony Awards

1968 Special Tony Awards

1968 Special Tony Awards

1969 Special Tony Awards

1969 Special Tony Awards

1969 Special Tony Awards

1969 Special Tony Awards

1969 Special Tony Awards

1970 Special Tony Awards

for his multiple and immortal contributions to the theatre

1970 Special Tony Awards

1970 Special Tony Awards

for pioneering efforts on behalf of new plays

1970 Special Tony Awards

1971 Special Tony Awards

drama critic, for distinguished theatrical commentary.

1971 Special Tony Awards

president of Blaine-Thompson Advertising, for decades of devoted service to the theatre.

1971 Special Tony Awards

for chronicling Broadway through the years.

1971 Special Tony Awards

1972 Special Tony Awards

for its many years of service to audiences for touring shows.

1972 Special Tony Awards

on becoming the longest-running musical in Broadway history. Presented to Harold S. Prince.

1972 Special Tony Awards

1972 Special Tony Awards

1973 Special Tony Awards

Mayor of New York

1973 Special Tony Awards

1973 Special Tony Awards

1974 Actress (Play)

Performances with the New Phoenix Repertory Company

1974 Special Tony Awards

For adding lustre to the Broadway season

1974 Special Tony Awards

For adding lustre to the Broadway season

1974 Special Tony Awards

Co-stars and authors of Good Evening

1974 Special Tony Awards

An outstanding dramatic revival of an American classic. Produced by Lester Osterman, Elliott Martin and Richard Hurner

1974 Special Tony Awards

An outstanding contribution to the artistic development of the musical theatre. Produced by Chelsea Theatre Group, Harold Prince and Ruth Mitchell

1974 Special Tony Awards

1974 Special Tony Awards

1974 Special Tony Awards

Veteran theatrical attorney (Theatre Award '74)

1974 Special Tony Awards

Veteran theatrical attorney (Theatre Award '74)

1974 Special Tony Awards

The industry's foremost printing expert (Theatre Award '74)

1975 Special Tony Awards

For 50 years of theatrical cartoons (Theatre Award '75)

1976 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

Lawrence Langner Award

1976 Regional Theatre Award

This award takes note of the company's balanced program of distinguished revivals and a broad spectrum of new works and American premieres of important foreign plays.

1976 Special Tony Awards

For outstanding service to the Broadway musical theatre

1976 Special Tony Awards

To the gifted lighting technician of countless Broadway shows and many Tony telecasts. (Posthumous)

1976 Special Tony Awards

For twenty-five continuous years of quality productions

1976 Special Tony Awards

1977 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

Lawrence Langner Award

1977 Regional Theatre Award

1977 Special Tony Awards

1977 Special Tony Awards

1977 Special Tony Awards

1977 Special Tony Awards

1977 Special Tony Awards

1978 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

Lawrence Langner Award

1978 Regional Theatre Award

1978 Special Tony Awards

To the creators (of Wells, Rich, Greene, Inc.) of the I Love New York Broadway Show Tours and its sponsor, the New York State Department of Commerce. (Theatre Award '78)

1979 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

Lawrence Langner Award

1979 Regional Theatre Award

1979 Special Tony Awards

1979 Special Tony Awards

International President of Theatrical Stage Employees and Moving Picture Operators, has been an active force in advancing the well-being of the Broadway theatre and of theatre nationally

1979 Special Tony Awards

1980 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

Lawrence Langner Award

1980 Special Tony Awards

Whose Life Is It Anyway?

1980 Special Tony Awards

1980 Special Tony Awards

honored for his installing the infrared system in Broadway theatres, thus bringing the compassion and dedication of making theatergoing for those with impaired hearing, rewarding, and enjoyable (Theatre Award '80)

1980 Special Tony Awards

theater editor of Variety (Theatre Award '80)

1981 Regional Theatre Award

1982 Regional Theatre Award

1982 Special Tony Awards

1982 Special Tony Awards

(Theatre Award '82)

1982 Special Tony Awards

(Theatre Award '82)

1983 Regional Theatre Award

1984 Regional Theatre Award

1984 Special Tony Awards

For outstanding achievement in musical theatre

1984 Special Tony Awards

A master craftsman who has devoted forty years to theatre stagecraft and magic

1985 Regional Theatre Award

1985 Special Tony Awards

Honoring his 4,525 performances in The King and I

1985 Special Tony Awards

1986 Regional Theatre Award

1987 Regional Theatre Award

1987 Special Tony Awards

for The World According to Me

1987 Special Tony Awards

on the occasion of his 100th birthday

1988 Regional Theatre Award

1988 Special Tony Awards

1989 Regional Theatre Award

1990 Regional Theatre Award

1990 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

For Excellence in the Theatre

1991 Regional Theatre Award

1991 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

Given posthumously

1992 Regional Theatre Award

1993 Regional Theatre Award

1993 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

1993 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

1994 Regional Theatre Award

1994 Special Tony Awards

Lifetime Achievement

1995 Regional Theatre Award

1995 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

1995 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

Lifetime Achievement

1995 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

Lifetime Achievement

1996 Regional Theatre Award

1997 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

posthumously

1997 Regional Theatre Award

1998 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

1998 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

1998 Regional Theatre Award

1998 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

1999 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

1999 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

1999 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

1999 Regional Theatre Award

2000 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2000 Regional Theatre Award

2000 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2000 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2000 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2001 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2001 Regional Theatre Award

2001 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2001 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2001 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2002 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2002 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2002 Regional Theatre Award

2003 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2003 Regional Theatre Award

2003 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2003 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2003 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2003 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2004 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2004 Regional Theatre Award

2004 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2004 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2004 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2004 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2005 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2005 Regional Theatre Award

2006 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2006 Regional Theatre Award

2006 Special Tony Award

For Bridge & Tunnel

2007 Regional Theatre Award

2008 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2008 Regional Theatre Award

2008 Special Tony Award

(1894-1981)

2009 Isabelle Stevenson Award

2009 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2009 Regional Theatre Award

2009 Tony Honors for Excellence in Theatre

2010 Isabelle Stevenson Award

2010 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2010 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2010 Regional Theatre Award

2010 Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre

2010 Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre

2010 Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre

2010 Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre

2011 Isabelle Stevenson Award

2011 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2011 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2011 Regional Theatre Award

2011 Special Tony Award

2011 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2011 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2011 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2012 Isabelle Stevenson Award

2012 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2012 Regional Theatre Award

Washington, D.C.

2012 Special Tony Award

2012 Special Tony Award

2012 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2012 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2012 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2013 Isabelle Stevenson Award

2013 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2013 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2013 Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre

2013 Regional Theatre Award

2013 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2013 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2013 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2013 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2013 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

2013 Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theatre

The four actresses who created the title role of Matilda The Musical on Broadway.

 
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