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Category
Nominee
Show
Actor (Musical) Zero Mostel A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Actor (Musical) Sid Caesar Little Me
Actor (Musical) Anthony Newley Stop the World--I Want to Get Off
Actor (Musical) Clive Revill Oliver!
Actor (Play) Arthur Hill Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Actor (Play) Charles Boyer Lord Pengo
Actor (Play) Paul Ford Never Too Late
Actor (Play) Bert Lahr The Beauty Part
Actress (Musical) Vivien Leigh Tovarich
Actress (Musical) Georgia Brown Oliver!
Actress (Musical) Nanette Fabray Mr. President
Actress (Musical) Sally Ann Howes Brigadoon
Actress (Play) Uta Hagen Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Actress (Play) Hermione Baddeley The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore
Actress (Play) Margaret Leighton Tchin-Tchin
Actress (Play) Claudia McNeil Tiger Tiger Burning Bright
Book (Musical) Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Category originally named Best Author, instead of Best Book.

Book (Musical) Lionel Bart Oliver!

Category originally named Best Author, instead of Best Book.

Book (Musical) Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley Stop the World--I Want to Get Off

Category originally named Best Author, instead of Best Book.

Book (Musical) Neil Simon Little Me

Category originally named Best Author, instead of Best Book.

Choreographer Bob Fosse Little Me
Choreographer Carol Haney Bravo Giovanni
Conductor and Musical Director Donald Pippin Oliver!
Conductor and Musical Director Jay Blackton Mr. President
Conductor and Musical Director Anton Coppola Bravo Giovanni
Conductor and Musical Director Julius Rudel Brigadoon
Costume Designer Anthony Powell The School for Scandal
Costume Designer Marcel Escoffier The Lady of the Camellias
Costume Designer Robert Fletcher Little Me
Costume Designer Motley Mother Courage and her Children
Director (Musical) George Abbott A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Director (Musical) Peter Coe Oliver!
Director (Musical) John Fearnley Brigadoon
Director (Musical) Cy Feuer and Bob Fosse Little Me
Director (Play) Alan Schneider Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Director (Play) George Abbott Never Too Late
Director (Play) John Gielgud The School for Scandal
Director (Play) Peter Glenville Tchin-Tchin
Featured Actor (Musical) David Burns A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Featured Actor (Musical) Jack Gilford A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Featured Actor (Musical) David Jones Oliver!
Featured Actor (Musical) Swen Swenson Little Me
Featured Actor (Play) Alan Arkin Enter Laughing
Featured Actor (Play) Barry Gordon A Thousand Clowns
Featured Actor (Play) Paul Rogers Photo Finish
Featured Actor (Play) Frank Silvera The Lady of the Camellias
Featured Actress (Musical) Anna Quayle Stop the World--I Want to Get Off
Featured Actress (Musical) Ruth Kobart A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Featured Actress (Musical) Virginia Martin Little Me
Featured Actress (Musical) Louise Troy Tovarich
Featured Actress (Play) Sandy Dennis A Thousand Clowns
Featured Actress (Play) Melinda Dillon Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Featured Actress (Play) Alice Ghostley The Beauty Part
Featured Actress (Play) Zohra Lampert Mother Courage and her Children
Musical A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum

Produced by Harold Prince

Musical Little Me

Produced by Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin

Musical Oliver!

Produced by David Merrick and Donald Albery

Musical Stop the World--I Want to Get Off

Produced by David Merrick in association with Bernard Delfont

Play Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

By Edward Albee. Produced by Theatre 1963, Richard Barr, and Clinton Wilder.

Play A Thousand Clowns

By Herb Gardner. Produced by Fred Coe and Arthur Cantor.

Play Mother Courage and her Children

By Bertolt Brecht, adapted by Eric Bentley. Produced by Cheryl Crawford and Jerome Robbins.

Play Tchin-Tchin

By Sidney Michael. Produced by David Merrick.

Producers (Dramatic) Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder, Theatre 1963 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Producers (Dramatic) The Actors Studio Theatre Strange Interlude
Producers (Dramatic) Cheryl Crawford and Jerome Robbins Mother Courage and her Children
Producers (Dramatic) Paul Vroom, Buff Cobb, and Burry Fredrik Too Good to be True
Producers (Musical) Harold Prince A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Producers (Musical) Cy Feuer and Ernest Martin Little Me
Producers (Musical) David Merrick and Donald Albery Oliver!
Scenic Designer Sean Kenny Oliver!
Scenic Designer Will Steven Armstrong Tchin-Tchin
Scenic Designer Anthony Powell The School for Scandal
Scenic Designer Franco Zeffirelli The Lady of the Camellias
Score Lionel Bart Oliver!

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley Stop the World--I Want to Get Off

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score Cy Coleman and Carolyn Leigh Little Me

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score Milton Schafer and Ronny Graham Bravo Giovanni

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Special Tony Awards W. McNeil Lowry

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

Special Tony Awards Irving Berlin

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

Special Tony Awards Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller and Dudley Moore,

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

Stage Technician Solly Pernick Mr. President
Stage Technician Milton Smith Beyond the Fringe