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1965 Tony Award Winners - Browse by Year


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Category
Nominee
Show
Actor (Musical) Zero Mostel Fiddler on the Roof
Actor (Musical) Sammy Davis Golden Boy
Actor (Musical) Cyril Ritchard The Roar of the Greasepaint--The Smell of the Crowd
Actor (Musical) Tommy Steele Half a Sixpence
Actor (Play) Walter Matthau The Odd Couple
Actor (Play) John Gielgud Tiny Alice
Actor (Play) Donald Pleasence Poor Bitos
Actor (Play) Jason Robards Hughie
Actress (Musical) Liza Minnelli Flora, the Red Menace
Actress (Musical) Elizabeth Allan Do I Hear a Waltz?
Actress (Musical) Nancy Dussault Bajour
Actress (Musical) Inga Swenson Baker Street
Actress (Play) Irene Worth Tiny Alice
Actress (Play) Marjorie Rhodes All in Good Time
Actress (Play) Beah Richards The Amen Corner
Actress (Play) Diana Sands The Owl and the Pussycat
Book (Musical) Joseph Stein Fiddler on the Roof

Category originally named Best Author, instead of Best Book.

Book (Musical) Jerome Coopersmith Baker Street

Category originally named Best Author, instead of Best Book.

Book (Musical) Beverly Cross Half a Sixpence

Category originally named Best Author, instead of Best Book.

Book (Musical) Sidney Michaels Ben Franklin in Paris

Category originally named Best Author, instead of Best Book.

Choreographer Jerome Robbins Fiddler on the Roof
Choreographer Peter Gennaro Bajour
Choreographer Donald McKayle Golden Boy
Choreographer Onna White Half a Sixpence
Costume Designer Patricia Zipprodt Fiddler on the Roof
Costume Designer Jane Greenwood Tartuffe
Costume Designer Motley Baker Street
Costume Designer Freddy Wittop The Roar of the Greasepaint--The Smell of the Crowd
Director (Musical) Jerome Robbins Fiddler on the Roof
Director (Musical) Joan Littlewood Oh, What a Lovely War
Director (Musical) Anthony Newley The Roar of the Greasepaint--The Smell of the Crowd
Director (Musical) Gene Saks Half a Sixpence
Director (Play) Mike Nichols Luv and The Odd Couple
Director (Play) William Ball Tartuffe
Director (Play) Ulu Grosbard The Subject was Roses
Director (Play) Alan Schneider Tiny Alice
Featured Actor (Musical) Victor Spinetti Oh, What a Lovely War
Featured Actor (Musical) Jack Cassidy Fade Out--Fade In
Featured Actor (Musical) James Grout Half a Sixpence
Featured Actor (Musical) Jerry Orbach Guys and Dolls
Featured Actor (Play) Jack Albertson The Subject was Roses
Featured Actor (Play) Murray Hamilton Absence of a Cello
Featured Actor (Play) Martin Sheen The Subject was Roses
Featured Actor (Play) Clarence Williams, III Slow Dance on the Killing Ground
Featured Actress (Musical) Maria Karnilova Fiddler on the Roof
Featured Actress (Musical) Luba Lisa I Had a Ball
Featured Actress (Musical) Carrie Nye Half a Sixpence
Featured Actress (Musical) Barbara Windsor Oh, What a Lovely War
Featured Actress (Play) Alice Ghostley The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window
Featured Actress (Play) Rae Allen Traveller Without Luggage
Featured Actress (Play) Alexandra Berlin All in Good Time
Featured Actress (Play) Carolan Daniels Slow Dance on the Killing Ground
Musical Fiddler on the Roof

Produced by Harold Prince

Musical Golden Boy

Produced by Hillard Elkins

Musical Half a Sixpence

Produced by Allen Hodgdon, Stevens Productions, and Harold Fielding

Musical Oh, What a Lovely War

Produced by David Merrick and Gerry Raffles

Play Neil Simon The Odd Couple
Play Edward Albee Tiny Alice
Play Frank Gilroy The Subject was Roses
Play Murray Schisgal Luv
Play The Subject was Roses

By Frank Gilroy. Produced by Edgar Lansbury.

Play Luv

By Murray Schisgal. Produced by Clair Nichtern.

Play The Odd Couple

By Neil Simon. Produced by Saint-Subber.

Play Tiny Alice

By Edward Albee. Produced by Theatre 1965, Richard Barr, and Clinton Wilder.

Producers (Dramatic) Claire Nichtern Luv
Producers (Dramatic) Hume Cronyn, Allen Hogdon Inc., Stevens Productions Inc., and Bonfils-Seawell Enterprises Slow Dance on the Killing Ground
Producers (Dramatic) Theatre 1965, Richard Barr, and Clinton Wilder Tiny Alice
Producers (Dramatic) Robert Whitehead Tartuffe
Producers (Musical) Harold Prince Fiddler on the Roof
Producers (Musical) Allen-Hodgdon, Stevens Productions and Harold Fielding Half a Sixpence
Producers (Musical) Hillard Elkins Golden Boy
Producers (Musical) David Merrick The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd
Scenic Designer Oliver Smith Baker Street, Luv and The Odd Couple
Scenic Designer Boris Aronson Fiddler on the Roof and Incident at Vichy
Scenic Designer Sean Kenny The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd
Scenic Designer Beni Montresor Do I Hear a Waltz?
Score Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick Fiddler on the Roof

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley The Roar of the Greasepaint--The Smell of the Crowd

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score David Heneker Half a Sixpence

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score Richard Rodgers and Stephen Sondheim Do I Hear a Waltz?

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Special Tony Awards Gilbert Miller

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

Special Tony Awards Oliver Smith