Who Won 60th Annual Tony Awards?

LaChanze of "The Color Purple" at the 2006 Tony Awards
Date: 
Jun 11, 2006

The 60th annual Tony Awards were held June 11, 2006 in New York City.

"The Drowsy Chaperone" had the most nominations with 13, but it was "Jersey Boys" which ended up winning best musical.

"The History Boys" won six awards including best play.

A special Tony Award was given to Sarah Jones for Bridge & Tunnel. The Regional Theater Award went to Intiman Theatre in Seattle. A special Tony Award for Lifetime Achievement in the Theatre was presented to Harold Prince.

Production
Best Musical Jersey Boys
Jersey Boys
Best Play The History Boys
By Alan Bennett
The History Boys
Revival of a Musical The Pajama Game
The Pajama Game
Revival of a Play Awake And Sing!
Awake And Sing!
Acting
Lead Actor In A Musical John Lloyd Young (Jersey Boys)
Jersey Boys
Lead Actor In A Play Richard Griffiths (The History Boys)
The History Boys
Lead Actress In A Musical LaChanze (The Color Purple)
The Color Purple
Lead Actress In A Play Cynthia Nixon (Rabbit Hole)
Rabbit Hole
Featured Actor In A Musical Christian Hoff (Jersey Boys)
Jersey Boys
Featured Actress In A Musical Beth Leavel (The Drowsy Chaperone)
The Drowsy Chaperone
Featured Actor In A Play Ian McDiarmid (Faith Healer)
Faith Healer
Featured Actress In A Play Frances de la Tour (The History Boys)
The History Boys
Technical
Best Direction Of A Musical John Doyle (Sweeney Todd)
Sweeney Todd
Best Direction Of A Play Nicholas Hytner (The History Boys)
The History Boys
Best Book of a Musical The Drowsy Chaperone
Bob Martin & Don McKellar
The Drowsy Chaperone
Best Original Score The Drowsy Chaperone
Lisa Lambert & Greg Morrison (music and lyrics)
The Drowsy Chaperone
Best Choreography The Pajama Game
Kathleen Marshall
The Pajama Game
Best Orchestrations Sweeney Todd
Sarah Travis
Sweeney Todd
Scenic Design Of A Musical The Drowsy Chaperone
David Gallo