Who Won 58th Annual Tony Awards?

Avenue Q at the 2004 Tony Awards
Date: 
Jun 6, 2004

"Avenue Q", an adult musical featuring some naughty puppets, took home three Tony's including Best Musical. The revival of "Assassins" was another big winner with five Tony Awards.

Doug Wright's "I Am My Own Wife" won Best Play, and Jefferson Mays won best actor in the same.

Production
Best Musical Avenue Q
Avenue Q
Best Play I Am My Own Wife
By Doug Wright
I Am My Own Wife
Revival of a Musical Assassins
Assassins
Revival of a Play Henry IV
Henry IV
Acting
Lead Actor In A Musical Hugh Jackman (The Boy From Oz)
The Boy From Oz
Lead Actor In A Play Jefferson Mays (I Am My Own Wife)
I Am My Own Wife
Lead Actress In A Musical Idina Menzel (Wicked)
Wicked
Lead Actress In A Play Phylicia Rashad (A Raisin In The Sun)
A Raisin In The Sun
Featured Actor In A Musical Michael Cerveris (Assassins)
Assassins
Featured Actress In A Musical Anika Noni Rose (Caroline, Or Change)
Caroline, Or Change
Featured Actor In A Play Brian F. O'Byrne (Frozen)
Frozen
Featured Actress In A Play Audra McDonald (A Raisin In The Sun)
A Raisin In The Sun
Technical
Best Direction Of A Musical Joe Mantello (Assassins)
Assassins
Best Direction Of A Play Jack O'Brien (Henry IV)
Henry IV
Best Book of a Musical Avenue Q
Jeff Whitty
Avenue Q
Best Original Score Avenue Q
Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx (music and lyrics)
Avenue Q
Best Choreography Wonderful Town
Kathleen Marshall
Wonderful Town
Best Orchestrations Assassins
Michael Starobin
Assassins
Scenic Design Wicked
Eugene Lee
Wicked
Costume Design Wicked
Susan Hilferty
Wicked
Lighting Design Assassins
Jules Fisher and Peggy Eisenhauer
Assassins