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  1. 1.  Tony Legacy  Behind The Scenes  Meet The Nominees  Year By Year  Miscellanies
  2. 2.  The award is named afterThe award is named after Antoinette Perry.Antoinette Perry.  Born in Denver, Colorado inBorn in Denver, Colorado in 1888 and died on June 28,1888 and died on June 28, 1946.1946.  Married to Frank FreuaffMarried to Frank Freuaff and has 2 daughtersand has 2 daughters (Elaine and Margaret).(Elaine and Margaret).  ““Tony” was a multi talentedTony” was a multi talented woman. (an actress,woman. (an actress, playwright, director,playwright, director, producer, co-founder ofproducer, co-founder of the American Theatrethe American Theatre Wing and president of theWing and president of the National ExperimentalNational Experimental Theatre).Theatre). TONY’S NAME SAKE
  3. 3.  Jacob Wilk suggested the idea of an Antoinette Perry Memorial.  Brock Pemberton appointed to be a chairman.  The first awards were presented in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria on Easter Sunday 1947.  There was no official Tony Awards for the first two years.  The United Scenic Artists selected Herman Rosse’s design for the award and initiated at the third annual dinner (1949).
  4. 4. The Committees  The Administration Committee - There are 24 members - Choose ten candidates for each category  The Nominating Committee - A rotating group of up to 30 theatre professionals selected by The Administration Committee - Select four nominees for each category on a secret ballot  The Accounting Firm of Lutz & Carr - Supervises the voting and nominating
  5. 5. Who can vote?Who can vote?  The Boards of the American Theatre Wing  Members of the Governing Boards of Actors Equity Association  The Dramatist Guild  The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers  United Scenic Artists  Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers  The Theatrical Council of the Casting Society of America
  6. 6. MEET THE NOMINEES…
  7. 7. The award is for anThe award is for an individual who has made aindividual who has made a substantial contribution ofsubstantial contribution of volunteered time and effortvolunteered time and effort on behalf of one or moreon behalf of one or more humanitarian, social servicehumanitarian, social service or charitable organizations.or charitable organizations. WHO WILL BE AWARDED?
  8. 8. Award Categories ► Best Play (2008: Osage County) ► Best Revival (Boeing-Boeing) ► Best Performance by a Leading Actor (Mark Rylance – Boeing Boeing) ► Best Performance by a Leading Actress (Deanna Dunagan – Osage County) ► Best Performance by a Featured Actor (Jim Norton – The Seafarer) ► Best Performance by a Featured Actress (Rondi Reed – Osage County) ► Best Direction (Anna D. Shapiro – Osage County) ► Best Scenic Design (Todd Rosenthal - Osage County) ► Best Costume Design (Katrina Lindsay - Les Liaisons Dangereuses) ► Best Lighting Design (Kevin Adams - The 39 Steps) ► Best Sound Design (Mic Pool - The 39 Steps)
  9. 9. Award Categories  Best Musical (2008: In the Heights)  Best Performance by a Leading Actor (Paulo Szot in South Pacific)  Best Performance by a Leading Actress (Patti LuPone – Gypsy)  Best Performance by a Featured Actor (Boyd Gaines – Gypsy)  Best Performance by a Featured Actress (Laura Benanti – Gypsy)  Best Book (Passing Strange – Stew)  Best Direction (Bartlett Sher – South Pacific)  Best Choreography (Andy Blankenbuehler – In The Heights)  Best Orchestrations (Alex Lacamoire – In the Heights)  Best Scenic Design (Michael Yeargan - Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific)  Best Costume Design (Catherine Zuber - Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific)  Best Lighting Design (Donald Holder - Rodgers and Hammerstein's South Pacific)  Best Sound Design (Scott Lehrer- Rodgers & Hammerstein's South Pacific)  Best Revival (South Pacific)  Best Original Score (In the Heights by Lin-Manuel Miranda)
  10. 10. Sunday, April 6, 1947 Waldorf Astoria Hotel (Grand Ballroom), NY Broadcast on radio station WOR and the Mutual Network MC/Presenter: Brock Pemberton Performers: Josephine Antoine, The Five DeMarco sisters, Herbert Kingsley, Mata & Hari, Lucy Monroe, Ethel Waters, etc. Musicals represented: The Chocolate Soldier; Street Scene; Brigadoon; Oklahoma!; Call Me Mister; Carousel; Finian's Rainbow. Music by Meyer Davis and his Orchestra. The Awards: a scroll, an initialed sterling silver compact case for the women, and an engraved gold bill clip or cigarette lighter for the men.
  11. 11. 3rd TONY AWARDS Sunday, April 24, 1949 Waldorf -Ast or ia Grand Ballroom Broadcast on radio st at ion WOR and t he Mut ual Net work MC: Brock Pembert on and J ames Saut er Performers: Yvonne Adair, Carol Channing, Alf red Drake, J ane Froman, Lisa Kirk, Mary McCart y, Lucy Monroe, Gene Nelson, Lee St acy, Lawrence Tibbet t , Bet t y J ane Wat son, et c. Music by Meyer Davis and his Orchest ra The Awards: A silver Tony medallion is awarded f or t he f irst t ime.
  12. 12. Sunday, June 15, 2008 Radio City Music Hall, Midtown Manhattan Broadcast on CBS HOST: Whoopi Goldberg PRESENTERS: Alec Baldwin, Barry Bostwick, Brooke Shields, Liza Minnelli, etc. Shows Represented: Cry Baby, Passing Strange, Gypsy, South Pacific, Grease, In the Heights, Sunday in the Park with George, Xanadu, etc. 62nd Tony Awards
  13. 13. Coming Soon… 63rd Tony Awards Sunday, June 7, 2009 Radio City Music Hall
  14. 14. MISCELLANIES
  15. 15. Some notable records and facts about theSome notable records and facts about the Tony Awards:Tony Awards: ► The Tony Awards are considered the highestThe Tony Awards are considered the highest U.S. theatre honor, the U.S. theatreU.S. theatre honor, the U.S. theatre industry's equivalent toindustry's equivalent to the Academythe Academy Awards (Oscars)Awards (Oscars) for motion pictures.for motion pictures. ► Harold PrinceHarold Prince has wonhas won 21 Tony Awards21 Tony Awards,, more than anyone else, including eight formore than anyone else, including eight for directing, eight for producing, two asdirecting, eight for producing, two as producer of the year's Best Musical, andproducer of the year's Best Musical, and three special Tony Awards.three special Tony Awards. ► The Tony Award equivalent of the AcademyThe Tony Award equivalent of the Academy Award's Big Five would be the six awards:Award's Big Five would be the six awards: Best Musical, Best Original Score, BestBest Musical, Best Original Score, Best Book, Best Actor, Best Actress, and BestBook, Best Actor, Best Actress, and Best Direction.Direction. ► The Tony Awards’ nominees will each get aThe Tony Awards’ nominees will each get a
  16. 16. TICKETSTICKETS  Daily Price:Daily Price: Orchestra: $117Orchestra: $117 Mezzanine (rows A-H): $117Mezzanine (rows A-H): $117 (rows I-Z): $67(rows I-Z): $67 Premium Seating: $177Premium Seating: $177 Aisle Seating: $132 (pair booking)Aisle Seating: $132 (pair booking)  Friday-Sunday PriceFriday-Sunday Price Premium Seating: $199Premium Seating: $199 Aisle Seating: $132 (pair booking)Aisle Seating: $132 (pair booking)  Wednesday Matinee PriceWednesday Matinee Price Premium Seating: $152Premium Seating: $152 Aisle Seating: $132 (pair booking)Aisle Seating: $132 (pair booking) * Note: Extra charge of $7* Note: Extra charge of $7
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