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Category
Nominee
Show
Actor (Musical) Richard Kiley Man of La Mancha
Actor (Musical) Jack Cassidy It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman
Actor (Musical) John Cullum On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
Actor (Musical) Harry Secombe Pickwick
Actor (Play) Hal Holbrook Mark Twain Tonight!
Actor (Play) Roland Culber Ivanov
Actor (Play) Donal Donnelly and Patrick Bedford Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Actor (Play) Nicol Williamson Inadmissible Evidence
Actress (Musical) Angela Lansbury Mame
Actress (Musical) Babara Harris On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
Actress (Musical) Julie Harris Skyscraper
Actress (Musical) Gwen Verdon Sweet Charity
Actress (Play) Rosemary Harris The Lion in Winter
Actress (Play) Sheila Hancock Entertaining Mr. Sloan
Actress (Play) Kate Reid Slapstick Tragedy
Actress (Play) Lee Remick Wait Until Dark
Choreographer Bob Fosse Sweet Charity
Choreographer Jack Cole Man of La Mancha
Choreographer Michael Kidd Skyscraper
Choreographer Onna White Mame
Costume Designer Gunilla Palmstierna-Weiss Marat/Sade
Costume Designer Loudon Sainthill The Right Honourable Gentleman
Costume Designer Howard Bay and Patton Campbell Man of La Mancha
Costume Designer Irene Sharaff Sweet Charity
Director (Musical) Albert Marre Man of La Mancha
Director (Musical) Cy Feuer Skyscraper
Director (Musical) Bob Fosse Sweet Charity
Director (Musical) Gene Saks Mame
Director (Play) Peter Brook Marat/Sade
Director (Play) Hilton Edwards Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Director (Play) Ellis Rabb You Can't Take it with You
Director (Play) Noel Willman The Lion in Winter
Featured Actor (Musical) Frankie Michaels Mame
Featured Actor (Musical) Roy Castle Pickwick
Featured Actor (Musical) John McMartin Sweet Charity
Featured Actor (Musical) Michael O'Sullivan It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman
Featured Actor (Play) Patrick Magee Marat/Sade
Featured Actor (Play) Burt Brinckerhoff Cactus Flower
Featured Actor (Play) A. Larry Haines Generation
Featured Actor (Play) Eamon Kelly Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Featured Actress (Musical) Beatrice Arthur Mame
Featured Actress (Musical) Helen Gallagher Sweet Charity
Featured Actress (Musical) Patricia Marand It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman
Featured Actress (Musical) Charlotte Rae Pickwick
Featured Actress (Play) Zoe Caldwell Slapstick Tragedy
Featured Actress (Play) Glenda Jackson Marat/Sade
Featured Actress (Play) Mairin D. O'Sullivan Philadelphia, Here I Come!
Featured Actress (Play) Brenda Vaccaro Cactus Flower
Musical Man of La Mancha

Produced by Albert W. Seldon and Hal James

Musical Mame

Produced by Sylvia and Joseph Harris, Robert Fryer, and Lawrence Carr

Musical Skyscraper

Produced by Cy Feuer and Ernest M. Martin

Musical Sweet Charity

Produced by Sylvia and Joseph Harris, Robert Fryer, and Lawrence Carr

Play Marat/Sade

English version by Geoffrey Skelton. Produced by the David Merrick Arts Foundation.

Play Inadmissible Evidence

By John Osborne. Produced by the David Merrick Arts Foundation.

Play Philadelphia, Here I Come!

By Brian Friel. Produced by the David Merrick Arts Foundation.

Play The Right Honourable Gentleman

By Michael Dyne. Produced by Peter Cookson, Amy Lynn, and Walter Schwimmer.

Scenic Designer Howard Bay Man of La Mancha
Scenic Designer William and Jean Eckart Mame
Scenic Designer David Hays Drat! The Cat!
Scenic Designer Robert Randolph Anya, Skyscraper and Sweet Charity
Score Mitch Leigh and Joe Darion Man of La Mancha

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields Sweet Charity

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score Jerry Herman Mame

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Score Burton Lane and Alan Jay Lerner On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

Category was previously named 'Composer and Lyricist'

Special Tony Awards Helen Menken

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