Which Tony-winning performances have you seen live?

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Living in Iowa, I've only seen a few. Which Tony-winning performances have you seen live?

Idina Menzel in Wicked
Nathan Lane in The Producers
Gary Beach in The Producers

I thought all three completely deserved their Tonys.
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With all due respect, one really can't judge whether a winner deserved their Tony unless they saw all five nominated performances in the category as to compare them and decide who of the five was the most deserving.

Move to New York! We're nice here. re: Which Tony-winning performances have you seen live?
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Raúl Esparza in Company!

Oh, wait...
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Christine Ebersole in Grey Gardens
Mary Louise Wilson in Grey Gardens
John Gallagher, Jr. in Spring Awakening
John Lloyd Young in Jersey Boys
Christian Hoff in Jersey Boys
LaChanze in The Color Purple
Beth Leavel in The Drowsy Chaperone
Norbert Leo Butz in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Dan Fogler in Spelling Bee
Sara Ramirez in Spamalot
Victoria Clark in The Light in the Piazza
Idina Menzel in Wicked
Harvey Fierstein in Hairspray
Marissa Jaret Winokour in Hairspray
Dick Latessa in Hairspray
Roger Bart in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
Kristin Chenoweth in You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
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I think just Idina
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Hm, interesting, I don't even know myself how many I've seen. Let's see...

David Hyde Pierce, Curtains
Christine Ebersole, Grey Gardens
John Gallagher, Jr., Spring Awakening
Mary Louise Wilson, Grey Gardens
John Lloyd Young, Jersey Boys
Christian Hoff, Jersey Boys
Richard Griffiths, The History Boys
Frances de la Tour, The History Boys
Norbert Leo Butz, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Victoria Clark, The Light in the Piazza
Dan Fogler, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Cherry Jones, Doubt
Adriane Lenox, Doubt
Christine Ebersole, 42nd Street
Gary Beach, The Producers
Heather Headley, Aida
Lea Salonga, Miss Saigon
(...and if you count this...) Elaine Stritch, Elaine Stritch At Liberty

*phew*

And, of course, I've seen many other nominated performances, some that probably should have won...

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John Gallager Jr. Spring Awakening (feature musical)
Dick Latessa Hairspray (Feature Musical)
Shuler Hensley Oklahoma! (feature musical)

Liev Schreiber Glengary Glen Ross(Featured Play)

Norbie Butz DRS (Actor Musical)
Harvey Firestein Hairspray (actor Musical)

Richar Griffiths History Boys (Acror Play)
Jefferson Mays I am My Own Wife (actor Play)

Beth Leavel Drowsey Chaparone (Featured Musical)
Cady Huffman Producers (Featured Musical)

France De la Tour History Boys (Featured Play)
Adriane Lennox Doubt (featured Play)
Katie Finneran Noise's off (Featured Play)

oh and everyone from Awake and Sing that should have one as well as everyone from Sweeney Todd that should have won.

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"With all due respect, one really can't judge whether a winner deserved their Tony unless they saw all five nominated performances in the category as to compare them and decide who of the five was the most deserving."

Good point. I was mad that Sutton didn't win for Little Women until I saw the PBS broadcast of Piazza. Now I'd be furious if Vicki hadn't won.
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Cleavant Derricks, Dreamgirls
Ben Harney, Dreamgirls
Harvey Fierstein, Torch Song Trilogy
Betty Buckley, Cats
Natalia Makarova, On Your Toes
Ron Richardson, Big River
Michael Rupert, Sweet Charity
Bebe Neuwirth, Sweet Charity
George Rose, The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Judd Hirsch, I'm Not Rappaport
Michael Maguire, Les Miserables
Frances Ruffell, Les Miserables
James Earl Jones, Fences
Mary Alice, Fences
Michael Crawford, Phantom of the Opera
Tyne Daly, Gypsy
Scott Waara, The Most Happy Fella
George Hearn, Sunset Blvd.
Glenn Close, Sunset Blvd.
Matthew Broderick, How To Succeed...
Gretha Boston, Show Boat
Cherry Jones, The Heiress
Frances Sternhagen, The Heiress
Ann Duquesnay, Bring In Da Noise...
Harvey Fierstein, Hairspray
Marissa Jaret Winokur, Hairspray
Dick Latessa, Hairspray
Cherry Jones, Doubt
Adriane Lenox, Doubt
Christian Hoff, Jersey Boys
Beth Leavel, The Drowsy Chaperone
David Hyde Pierce, Curtains
Christine Ebersole, Grey Gardens
Mary Louise Wilson, Grey Gardens


I've seen quite a few others... just not "live."

re: Which Tony-winning performances have you seen live?

It feels like I've seen more, but I didn't realize how many cast replacements, alternates and understudies I've see over the years, too. Quite a few!
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Michael Maguire - Les Miserables
James Naughton - City of Angels
Robert Morse - Tru
Chita Rivera - Kiss of the Spider Woman
Jane Adams - An Inspector Calls
George Hearn - Sunset Boulevard
Wilson Jermaine Heredia - Rent
Nathan Lane - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Anne Duquesnay - Bring in 'Da Noise/Bring in 'Da Funk
Donna Murphy - The King and I
Owen Teale - A Doll's House
James Naughton - Chicago
Bebe Neuwirth - Chicago
Janet McTeer - A Doll's House
Audra McDonald - Ragtime
Heather Headley - Aida
John Lithgow - Sweet Smell of Success
Michael Cerveris - Assassins
Jefferson Mays - I Am My Own Wife
Anika Noni Rose - Caroline, or Change
Idina Menzel - Wicked
Cherry Jones - Doubt
Norbert Leo Butz - Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Victoria Clark - The Light in the Piazza
Dan Fogler - The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Sara Ramirez - Spamalot
Beth Leavel - The Drowsey Chaperone
Frank Langella - Frost/Nixon
David Hyde Pierce - Curtains
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Bernadette Peters, Annie Get Your Gun
Gary Beach, The Producers
Cady Huffman, The Producers
Shuler Hensley, Oklahoma!
Sutton Foster, Thoroughly Modern Millie
Hugh Jackman, The Boy From Oz
Harvey Fierstein, Hairspray
Dick Latessa, Hairspray
Idina Menzel, Wicked
Norbert Leo Butz, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Victoria Clark, The Light in the Piazza
Sara Ramiriz, Monty Python's Spamalot
Dan Fogler, The 25th...Spelling Bee
Beth Leavel, The Drowsy Chaperone
John Lloyd Young, Jersey Boys
Christian Hoff, Jersey Boys
Ian McDiarmid, Faith Healer
David Hyde Pierce, Curtains
John Gallagher Jr., Spring Awakening
Christine Ebersole, Grey Gardens
Mary Louise Wilson, Grey Gardens
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From BWW's Tony database:

2007 - David Hyde Pierce, Christine Ebersole, Mary Louise Wilson, Frank Langella, Julie White, all the Utopia people

2006 - The History people, the 2 Jersey Boys, Beth Leavel

2005 - Norbert, Victoria, Cherry, Sara, Adriane

2004 - Jackman, Idina, Cerveris

2003 - Harvey, Dick, Jane

2002 - Sutton, Schuler, Harriet

2001 - Lane, Ebersole, Beach, Huffman

2000 - Stokes

1999 - Bernadette, Kristin, Roger

More, I'm sure.
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Christine Ebersole in Grey Gardens
David Hyde Pierce in Curtains
Mary Louise Wilson in Grey Gardens
John Gallagher, Jr. in Spring Awakening
Julie White in The Little Dog Laughed
Frank Langella in Frost/Nixon
Billy Crudup in The Coast of Utopia
Jennifer Ehle in The Coast of Utopia
John Lloyd Young in Jersey Boys
Christian Hoff in Jersey Boys
LaChanze in The Color Purple
Beth Leavel in The Drowsy Chaperone
Richard Griffiths in The History Boys
Cynthia Nixon in Rabbit Hole
Ian McDiarmid in Faith Healer
Frances de la Tour in The History Boys
Victoria Clark in The Light in the Piazza
Norbert Leo Butz in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Adriane Lenox in Doubt
Gary Beach in The Producers
Heather Headley in Aida

I know there are some I am forgetting. Oh well.
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Glenn Close & George Hearn-Sunset Boulevard
Angela Lansbury-Sweeney Todd
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Tom Conti - Who's Life Is It Anyway?
Cherry Jones - Doubt
John Gallagher Jr - Spring Awakening
Christine Ebersole - Grey Gardens
Mary Louise Wilson - Grey Gardens
Lily Tomlin - The Search For Signs of Intelligent Life
Bill Irwin - Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Heather Headley - Aida
Beth Leavel - The Drowsy Chaperone
Richard Griffith - The History Boys
Frances de la Tour - The History Boys
Victoria Clark - The Light In The Piazza
Michael Crawford - The Phantom Of The Opera


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Norbert Leo Butz in "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels"
Victoria Clark in "A Light in the Piazza"
Christine Ebersole in "Grey Gardens"
Bill Irwin in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
Cherry Jones in "Doubt"
Idina Menzel in "Wicked"
Sara Ramirez in "Monty Python's Spamalot"
Mary Louise Wilson in "Grey Gardens"
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Gary Beach- The Producers
Nathan Lane- The Producers
Christine Ebersole- 42nd Street
Cady Huffman- The Producers
Harriet Harris- Thoroughly Modern Millie
Sutton Foster- Thoroughly Modern Millie
Marissa Jaret Winokur- Hairspray
Harvey Fierstein- Hairspray
Dick Latessa- Hairspray
Michael Cerveris- Assassins
Jefferson Mays- I Am My Own Wife
Hugh Jackman- The Boy From Oz
Anika Noni Rose- Caroline or Change
Idina Menzel- Wicked
Bill Irwin- Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Cherry Jones- Doubt
Norbert Leo Butz- Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Dan Fogler- 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Sara Ramirez- Spamalot
Victoria Clark- The Light In The Piazza
Liev Schrieber- Glengarry Glen Ross
Adriane Lenox- Doubt
Richard Griffiths- History Boys
Cynthia Nixon- Rabbit Hole
John Lloyd Young- Jersey Boys
Christian Hoff- Jersey Boys
LaChanze- The Color Purple
Beth Leavel- Drowsy Chaperone
Ian McDiarmid- Faith Healer
Frances de la Tour- History Boys
Frank Langella- Frost/ Nixon
Julie White- Little Dog Laughed
David Hyde Pierce- Curtains
Christine Ebersole- Grey Gardens
Billy Crudup- Coast of Utopia
Jennifer Ehle- Coast of Utopia
John Gallagher Jr.- Spring Awakening
Mary Louise Wilson- Grey Gardens

That was a fun assignment. re: Which Tony-winning performances have you seen live?
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Denis O'Hare - Take me out
John Glover - Love! Valour! Compassion!
Stephen Spinella - Angels in America: Perestroika
Jeffrey Wright - Angels in America: Perestroika
Ron Leibman - Angels in America: Millennium Approaches
Stephen Spinella - Angels in America: Millennium Approaches
Larry Fishburne - Two Trains Running
Blair Brown - Copenhagen
Jane Adams - An Inspector Calls
Judd Hirsch - Conversations With My Father
Philip Bosco - Lend Me a Tenor
Ron Silver - Speed-the-Plow
Alan Bates - Fortune's Fool
Frank Langella - Fortune's Fool
Amanda Plummer - Agnes Of God
Henderson Forsythe - The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas
Carlin Glynn - The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas
Liliane Montevecchi - Nine
James Earl Jones - Fences
Mary Alice - Fences
Mercedes Ruehl - Lost in Yonkers
Kevin Spacey - Lost in Yonkers
Irene Worth- Lost in Yonkers
Matthew Broderick - How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
Ted Ross - The Wiz
Dee Dee Bridgewater - The Wiz
Patti LuPone - Evita
Mandy Patinkin - Evita
Jonathan Pryce - Miss Saigon
Lea Salonga - Miss Saigon
Hinton Battle - Miss Saigon
Ben Harney - Dreamgirls
Jennifer Holliday - Dreamgirls
Cleavant Derricks - Dreamgirls
Brian Dennehy - Death Of A Salesman
Elizabeth Franz - Death Of A Salesman
B.D. Wong - M. Butterfly
Harvey Fierstein - Torch Song Trilogy
George Hearn - La Cage aux Folles
Michael Jeter - Grand Hotel
Joanna Gleason - Into The Woods
Harvey Fierstein - Hairspray
Marissa Jaret Winokur - Hairspray
Dick Latessa - Hairspray
Barry Miller - Biloxi Blues
Nell Carter - Ain't Misbehavin'
Ann Duquesnay - Bring in 'Da Noise
Judd Hirsch - I'm Not Rappaport
Brent Carver - Kiss of the Spider Woman
Chita Rivera - Kiss of the Spider Woman
Anthony Crivello - Kiss of the Spider Woman
Christine Baranski - Rumors
Linda Lavin - Broadway Bound
John Randolph - Broadway Bound
Glenn Close - Death and the Maiden
Betty Buckley - Cats
Christopher Plummer - Othello
Len Cariou - Sweeney Todd
Angela Lansbury - Sweeney Todd
Cherry Jones - The Heiress
Frances Sternhagen - The Heiress
Jeremy Irons - The Real Thing
Glenn Close - The Real Thing
Christine Baranski - The Real Thing
Stephen Dillane - The Real Thing
Jennifer Ehle - The Real Thing
Judi Dench - Amy's View
Madeline Kahn - The Sisters Rosensweig
Maggie Smith - Lettice and Lovage
Margaret Tyzack - Lettice and Lovage
Judith Ivey - Hurlyburly
Idina Menzel - Wicked
Frank Wood - Side Man
Joe Mantegna - Glengarry Glen Ross
John Rubinstein - Children of a Lesser God
Phyllis Frelich - Children of a Lesser God
Jefferson Mays - I Am My Own Wife
Zakes Mokae - "MASTER HAROLD"...and the boys
David Rounds - Morning's at Seven
Constance Cummings - Wings
Glenn Close - Sunset Boulevard
George Hearn - Sunset Boulevard
Michael Cerveris - Assassins
Donna Murphy - Passion
Bríd Brennan - Dancing at Lughnasa
Boyd Gaines - The Heidi Chronicles
Joan Allen - Burn This
Lily Tomlin - The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe
Nathan Lane - The Producers
Gary Beach - The Producers
Cady Huffman - The Producers
Tommy Tune - My One And Only
Charles "Honi" Coles - My One And Only
John Cullum - On the Twentieth Century
Kevin Kline - On the Twentieth Century
James Naughton - City of Angels
Randy Graff - City of Angels
Boyd Gaines - Contact
Swoosie Kurtz - Fifth Of July
Frank Langella - Frost/Nixon
Julie White - The Little Dog Laughed
David Hyde Pierce - Curtains
Christine Ebersole - Grey Gardens
Mary Louise Wilson - Grey Gardens
John Gallagher, Jr. - Spring Awakening
John Lloyd Young - Jersey Boys
Christian Hoff - Jersey Boys
Beth Leavel - The Drowsy Chaperone
Cherry Jones - Doubt
Adriane Lenox - Doubt
Norbert Leo Butz - Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Victoria Clark - The Light in the Piazza
Dan Fogler - The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Sara Ramirez - Monty Python's Spamalot
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Marissa Jaret Winouker- Hairspray
Harvey Fierstein- Hairspray
Victoria Clark- The Light in the Piazza
Christine Ebersole- Grey Gardens
Mary Louise Wilson- Grey Gardens
LaChanze- The Color Purple
Idina Menzel- Wicked
Norbert Leo Butz- Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
John Gallagher Jr.- Spring Awakening

I think that's it.
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Norbert Leo Butz- DRS
John Gallagher, Jr.- Spring Awakening
David Hyde Pierce- Curtains
John Lloyd Young- Jersey Boys
Christian Hoff- Jersey Boys
Dan Fogler- Spelling Bee
Richard Griffith- The History Boys
Frances de la Tour- The History Boys


I'm sure I've seen others... just can't remember...
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You had to ask! From over 30 years of theater-going:

Ben Vereen: PIPPIN
George S. Irving: IRENE
Virginia Capers: RAISIN
Janie Sell: OVER HERE
John Cullum: SHENANDOAH
Angela Lansbury: GYPSY
Ted Ross & Dee Dee Bridgewater: THE WIZ
George Rose: MY FAIR LADY
Donna McKechnie, Sammy Williams & Carole Bishop: A CHORUS LINE
Dorothy Loudon: ANNIE
Barnard Hughes & Lester Rawlins: DA
John Cullum & Kevin Kline: ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Nell Carter: AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’
Tom Conti: WHOSE LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?
Carole Shelley: THE ELEPHANT MAN
Len Cariou & Angela Lansbury: SWEENEY TODD
Henderson Forsythe & Carlin Glynn: …WHOREHOUSE…
John Rubinstein & Phyllis Frelich: CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD
David Rounds: MORNING’S AT SEVEN
Jim Dale: BARNUM
Patti LuPone & Mandy Patinkin: EVITA
Priscilla Lopez: HOLLYWOOD/UKRAINE
Ian McKellen: AMADEUS
Swoosie Kurtz: FIFTH OF JULY
Kevin Kline: THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE
Lauren Bacall & Marilyn Cooper: WOMAN OF THE YEAR
Hinton Battle: SOPHISTICATED LADIES
Ben Harney, Jennifer Holliday & Cleavant Derricks: DREAMGIRLS
Liliane Montevecchi: NINE
Harvey Fierstein: TORCH SONG TRILOGY
Matthew Broderick: BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
Tommy Tune & Charles “Honi” Coles: MY ONE AND ONLY
Betty Buckley: CATS
Jeremy Irons & Christine Baranski: THE REAL THING (I didn’t see Glenn Close)
George Hearn: LA CAGE AUX FOLLES
Chita Rivera: THE RINK
Lila Kedrova: ZORBA
Stockard Channing: A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG
Barry Miller: BILOXI BLUES
Judith Ivey: HURLYBURLY
Ron Richardson: BIG RIVER
Leilani Jones: GRIND
Judd Hirsch: I’M NOT RAPPAPORT
Lily Tomlin: THE SEARCH…
John Mahoney & Swoosie Kurtz: THE HOUSE OF BLUE LEAVES
George Rose: THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD
Bernadette Peters: SONG AND DANCE
Michael Rupert & Bebe Neuwirth: SWEET CHARITY
Linda Lavin & John Randolph: BROADWAY BOUND
Robert Lindsay & Maryann Plunkett: ME AND MY GIRL
Michael Maguire & Frances Ruffelle: LES MISERABLES
Joan Allen: BURN THIS
B.D. Wong: M. BUTTERFLY
Michael Crawford & Judy Kaye: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
Joanna Gleason: INTO THE WOODS
Bill McCutcheon: ANYTHING GOES
Philip Bosco: LEND ME A TENOR
Pauline Collins: SHIRLEY VALENTINE
Boyd Gaines: THE HEIDI CHRONICLES
Christine Baranski: RUMORS
Debbie Shapiro & Scott Wise JEROME ROBBINS’ BROADWAY (I did not see Jason Alexander)
Maggie Smith & Margaret Tyzack: LETTICE AND LOVAGE
James Naughton & Randy Graff: CITY OF ANGELS
Tyne Daly: GYPSY
Michael Jeter: GRAND HOTEL
Nigel Hawthorne: SHADOWLANDS
Mercedes Ruehl, Irene Worth & Kevin Spacey: LOST IN YONKERS
Jonathan Pryce, Lea Salonga & Hinton Battle: MISS SAIGON
Daisy Eagan: THE SECRET GARDEN
Judd Hirsch: CONVERSATIONS WITH MY FATHER
Glenn Close: DEATH AND THE MAIDEN
Brid Brennan: DANCING AT LUGHNASA
Gregory Hines & Tonya Pinkins: JELLY’S LAST JAM
Faith Prince: GUYS AND DOLLS
Scott Waara: THE MOST HAPPY FELLA
Madeline Kahn: THE SISTERS ROSENSWEIG
Chita Rivera, Brent Carver & Anthony Crivello: KISS OF THE SPIDER WOMAN
Jane Adams: AN INSPECTOR CALLS
Boyd Gaines: SHE LOVES ME
Donna Murphy: PASSION
Jarrod Emick: DAMN YANKEES
Cherry Jones & Frances Sternhagen: THE HEIRESS
John Glover: LOVE, VALOR, COMPASSION
Matthew Broderick: H2$
George Hearn: SUNSET BOULEVARD (I did not see Glenn Close)
George Grizzard: A DELICATE BALANCE
Zoe Caldwell & Audra McDonald: MASTER CLASS
Nathan Lane: …FORUM
Bebe Neuwirth: CHICAGO
Chuck Cooper & Lillias White: THE LIFE
Alan Cumming: CABARET (I did not see Natasha Richardson)
Audra McDonald: RAGTIME
Frank Wood: SIDEMAN
Bernadette Peters: ANNIE GET YOUR GUN
Stephen Dillane and Jennifer Ehle: THE REAL THING
Roy Dotrice: A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN
Blair Brown: COPENHAGEN
Brian Stokes Mitchell: KISS ME, KATE
Boyd Gaines & Karen Ziemba: CONTACT
Richard Easton & Robert Sean Leonard: THE INVENTION OF LOVE
Mary Louise Parker: PROOF
Nathan Lane, Gary Beach & Cady Huffman: THE PRODUCERS
Alan Bates & Frank Langella: FORTUNE’S FOOL
Lindsey Duncan: PRIVATE LIVES
Katie Finneran: NOISES OFF
John Lithgow: THE SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS
Sutton Foster & Harriet Harris: THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE
Shuler Hensley: OKLAHOMA
Brian Dennehy & Vanessa Redgrave: LONG DAY’S JOURNEY…
Denis O’Hare: TAKE ME OUT
Harvey Fierstein, Marisa Jarret Winokur & Dick Latessa: HAIRSPRAY
Jane Krakowski: NINE
Jefferson Mayes: I AM MY OWN WIFE
Brian F. O’Byrne: FROZEN
Idina Menzel: WICKED
Michael Cerveris: ASSASSINS
Anika Noni Rose: CAROLINE, OR CHANGE
Bill Irwin: …VIRGINIA WOOLF
Adriane Lenox: DOUBT (I did not see Cherry Jones)
Norbert Leo Butz: DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS
Victoria Clark: THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA
Richard Griffiths & Frances de la Tour: THE HISTORY BOYS
Beth Leavel: THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
Frank Langella: FROST/NIXON
Julie White: THE LITTLE DOG LAUGHED
Billy Crudup & Jennifer Ehle: THE COAST OF UTOPIA
David Hyde Pierce: CURTAINS
Christine Ebersole & Mary Louise Wilson: GREY GARDENS
John Gallagher Jr.: SPRING AWAKENING
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Living in Chicago and not really having the means or the money to travel to New York this is my list:

Christian Hoff, Jersey Boys

I cannot include John Lloyd Young on this list because there was an understudy when I saw the show
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Christine Ebersole, Grey Gardens
David Hyde Pierce, Curtains
Mary Louise Wilson, Grey Gardens
John Gallagher, Jr., Spring Awakening
Frank Langella, Frost/Nixon
Beth Leavel, The Drowsy Chaperone

And now that I'm living in NYC and trying to catch everything new as it opens, I'll hopefully only keep adding to that list! :)
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Christine Ebersole: 42nd Street
John Gallagher Jr.: Spring Awakening

That's it re: Which Tony-winning performances have you seen live?
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Sutton Foster and Harriet Harris - Throughly Modern Millie
Idina Menzel - Wicked
Sara Ramirez - Spamalot
Norbert Leo Butz - DRS
Beth Leavel - Drowsy Chaperone
David Hyde Pierce - Curtains

That is a lot more than I thought.
<--- the set of A Midsummer Night's Dream that I was assistant stage manager for during the 2007 season at the STNJ outdoor stage.

-Dre-
You must remember all the same that at the crux of every game is knowing when it's time to leave the table... And it's important to be artful in your exit. No turning back, you must accept the con is done... It was a ball, it was a blast. And it's a shame it couldn't last. But every chapter has to end, you must agree.
~Dirty Rotten Scoundrels~

There's a special kind of people known as show people. We live in a world full of dreams. Sometimes we're not too certain what's false and what's real. But we're seldom in doubt about what we feel.
~Curtains~

It is a far, far better thing I do, than I have ever done; it is a far, far better rest I go to, than I have ever known.
~A Tale of Two Cities ~