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9th Tony Awards

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

9th Tony Awards
DateMarch 27, 1955
LocationPlaza Hotel
New York City, New York
Hosted byFrank Sinatra
Television/radio coverage
NetworkNBC Radio Network

The 9th Annual Tony Awards, presented by the American Theatre Wing, took place at the Plaza Hotel Grand Ballroom on March 27, 1955.[1] It was broadcast on radio by the National Broadcasting Company. The presenter was Helen Hayes[1] and music was composed and presented by Meyer Davis and his Orchestra.

Award winners

Sources: Infoplease[2] BroadwayWorld[3]

Production

Award Winner
Best Play The Desperate Hours by Joseph Hayes. Produced by Howard Erskine and Joseph Hayes.
Best Musical The Pajama Game. Book by George Abbott and Richard Bissell, music and lyrics by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross. Produced by Frederick Brisson, Robert Griffith, and Harold Prince.

Performance

Award Winner
Best Actor in Play Alfred Lunt, Quadrille
Best Actress in a Play Nancy Kelly, The Bad Seed
Best Actor in a Musical Walter Slezak, Fanny
Best Actress in a Musical Mary Martin, Peter Pan
Best Featured Actor in a Play Francis L. Sullivan, Witness for the Prosecution
Best Featured Actress in a Play Patricia Jessel, Witness for the Prosecution
Best Featured Actor in a Musical Cyril Ritchard, Peter Pan
Best Featured Actress in a Musical Carol Haney, The Pajama Game

Craft

Award Winner
Director-Play Robert Montgomery, The Desperate Hours
Choreographer Bob Fosse, The Pajama Game
Scenic Designer Oliver Messell, House of Flowers
Costume Designer Cecil Beaton, Quadrille
Best Conductor and Musical Director Thomas Schippers, The Saint of Bleecker Street
Tony Award for Best Stage Technician Richard Rodda, Peter Pan

Special award

  • Proscenium Productions, an Off-Broadway company at the Cherry Lane Theatre, for generally high quality and viewpoint shown in The Way of the World and Thieves Carnival. Presented to Warren Enters, Robert Merriman and Sybil Trubin.

Multiple nominations and awards

The following productions received multiple awards.

References

  1. ^ a b Gelb, Arthur. " 'The Desperate Hours' Receives Perry Award: Hayes Drama Chosen Best Play--Musical Prize to 'Pajama'", The New York Times, March 28, 1955, p.24
  2. ^ "1955 Tony Awards" infoplease.com, accessed June 21, 2012
  3. ^ "1955 Tony Award Winners" Archived 2012-03-08 at the Wayback Machine broadwayworld.com, accessed May 28, 2016

External links

This page was last edited on 24 June 2021, at 04:06
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